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NAME ^

Lingua::Jspell - Perl interface to the Jspell morphological analyser.

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Lingua::Jspell;

    my $dict = Lingua::Jspell->new( "dict_name");
    my $dict = Lingua::Jspell->new( "dict_name" , "personal_dict_name");

    $dict->rad("gatinho");      # list of radicals (gato)

    $dict->fea("gatinho");      # list of possible analysis

    $dict->der("gato");         # list of derivated words

    $dict->flags("gato");       # list of roots and flags

FUNCTIONS ^

new

Use to open a dictionary. Pass it the dictionary name and optionally a personal dictionary name. A new jspell dictionary object will be returned.

nearmatches

This method returns a list of analysis for words that are near-matches to the supplied word. Note that although a word might exist, this method will compute the near-matches as well.

  @nearmatches = $dictionary->nearmatches('cavale');

To compute the list of words to analyze, the method uses a list of equivalence classes that are present on the SNDCLASSES section of dictionaries yaml files.

It is also possible to specify a list of user-defined classes. These are supplied as a filename that contains, per line, the characters that are equivalent (with spaces separating them):

   ch   x
   ss   ç

This example says that if a word uses ch, then it can be replaced by x for near-matches calculation. The inverse is also true.

If these rules are stored in a file named classes.txt, you can supply this list with:

  @nearmatches = $dictionary->nearmatches('chaile', rules => 'classes.txt');

setmode

   $dict->setmode({flags => 0, nm => "off" });
af

(add flags) Enable parcial near misses, by using rules not officially associated with the current word. Does not give suggestions by changing letters on the original word. (default option)

full

(add flags and change characters) Enable near misses, try to use rules where they are not applied, try to give suggestions by swapping adjacent letters on the original word.

cc

(change characters) Enable parcial near misses, by swapping adjacent, inserting or modifying letters on the original word. Does not use rules not associated with the current word.

off

Disable near misses at all.

fea

Returns a list of analisys of a word. Each analisys is a list of attribute value pairs. Attributes available: CAT, T, G, N, P, ....

  @l = $dic->fea($word)
  @l = $dic->fea($word,{...att. value pair restriction})

If a restriction is provided, just the analisys that verify it are returned.

flags

returns the set of morphological flag associated with the word. Each flag is related with a set of morphological rules.

 @f = flags("gato")

rad

Returns the list of all possible radicals/lemmas for the supplied word.

  @l = $dic->rad($word)

der

Returns the list of all possible words using the word as radical.

  @l = $dic->der($word);

onethat

Returns the first Feature Structure from the supplied list that verifies the Feature Structure Pattern used.

  %analysis = onethat( { CAT=>'adj' }, @features);

  %analysis = onethat( { CAT=>'adj' }, $pt->fea("espanhol"));

verif

Returns a true value if the second Feature Structure verifies the first Feature Structure Pattern.

   if (verif( $pattern, $feature) )  { ... }

nlgrep

  @line = $d->nlgrep( word , files);
  @line = $d->nlgrep( [word1, wordn] , files);

or with options to set a max number of entries, rec. separator, or tu use radtxt files format.

  @line = $d->nlgrep( {max=>100, sep => "\n", radtxt=>0} , pattern , files);

setstopwords

eagles

new_featags

featags

Given a word, returns a set of analysis. Each analysis is a morphosintatic tag

 @l= $pt->featags("lindas") 
   JFS , ...
 @l= $pt->featags("era",{CAT=>"v"})   ## with a constraint

featagsrad

Given a word, returns a set of analysis. Each analysis is a morphosintatic tag and the lemma information

 @l= $pt->featagsrad("lindas") 
   JFS:lindo , ...
 @l= $pt->featagsrad("era",{CAT=>"v"})   ## with a constraint

onethatverif

Given a pattern feature structure and a list of analysis (feature structures), returns a true value is there is one analysis that verifies the pattern.

 # onethatverif( cond:fs , conj:fs-set) :: bool
 #     exists x in conj: verif(cond , x)

 if(onethatverif({CAT=>"adj"},$pt->fea("linda"))) {
    ...
 }

mkradtxt

isguess

 Lingua::Jspell::isguess(@ana)

returns True if list of analisys are near misses (unknown attribut is 1).

any2str

 Lingua::Jspell::any2str($ref)
 Lingua::Jspell::any2str($ref,$indentation)
 Lingua::Jspell::any2str($ref,"compact")

hash2str

AUTHOR ^

Jose Joao Almeida, <jj@di.uminho.pt> Alberto Simões, <ambs@di.uminho.pt>

BUGS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-lingua-jspell@rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Lingua-Jspell. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

Copyright 2007-2009 Projecto Natura

This program is free software; licensed under GPL.

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