nat-css - Corpus Search Sentence utility.
nat-css [-q <rank>] <lex1> <crp1> <lex2> <crp2> [<sent_nr> | all]
nat-css is used after the alignment process (using, for example,
nat-these tool). Its objective is to search sentences where one word occurs.
The tool has two methods of use:
nat-css [-q <rank>] <lex1> <crp1> <lex2> <crp2>
where the tool opens the two lexicon files and the two corpora files in interactive mode. The user writes a word or a word sequence and the tool finds its occurrences on the corpus, printing the sentence from
crp1 where it occurs, and aligned sentence from
crp2. If the
rank is provided, the tool prints the ranking or quality of the alignment, too.
The other method of operation is:
nat-css [-q <rank>] <lex1> <crp1> <lex2> <crp2> (<sent_nr> | all)
where the tool prints the pair of sentences number
sent_nr or all the sentences (if the
all option is used). Again, if
rank is used, the tool prints the ranking or quality of the alignment.
nat-rank, nat-these, NATools documentation;
Copyright (C)2002-2003 Alberto Simoes and Jose Joao Almeida Copyright (C)1998 Djoerd Hiemstra GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE (LGPL) Version 2 (June 1991)