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NAME ^

Treex::Core::Bundle - a set of equivalent sentences in the Treex framework

VERSION ^

version 0.08663

DESCRIPTION ^

A set of equivalent sentences (translations, or variants) and their linguistic representations in the Treex framework A bundle in Treex corresponds to one sentence or more sentences, typically translations or variants of each other, with all their linguistic representations. Each bundle is divided into zones (instances of Treex::Core::BundleZone), each of them containing exactly one sentence and its representations.

ATTRIBUTES ^

Each bundle has two attributes:

id

identifier accessible by the getter method id() and by the setter method set_id($id)

document

the document (an instance of Treex::Core::Document) which this bundle belongs to; accessible only by the getter method document()

METHODS ^

Construction

You cannot create a bundle by a constructor from scratch. You can create a bundle only within an existing documents, using the following methods of Treex::Core::Document:

create_bundle
new_bundle_before
new_bundle_after

Access to zones

Bundle zones are instances of Treex::Core::BundleZone, parametrized by language code and possibly also by another free label called selector, whose purpose is to distinguish zones for the same language but from a different source.

my $zone = $bundle->create_zone( $langcode, ?$selector, ?$params_rf );

If the third argument is {overwrite=>1}, then the newly created empty zone overwrites the previously existing one (if any). Fatal error appears if the zone to be created already exists and this switch is not used.

my $zone = $bundle->get_zone( $langcode, ?$selector );
my $zone = $bundle->get_or_create_zone( $langcode, ?$selector );
my @zones = $bundle->get_all_zones();

Access to trees

Even if trees are not contained directly in bundle (there is the intermediate zone level), they can be accessed using the following shortcut methods:

my $tree_root = $bundle->get_tree( $language, $layer, ?$selector);
my $tree_root = $bundle->create_tree( $language, $layer, ?$selector );
$bundle->has_tree( $language, $layer, ?$selector );
my @tree_roots = $bundle->get_all_trees();

Other

$bundle->remove_zone( $language, $selector );

delete all zone's trees and remove the zone from the bundle

my $position = $bundle->get_position();

position of the bundle within the document (number, starting from 0)

AUTHOR ^

Zdeněk Žabokrtský <zabokrtsky@ufal.mff.cuni.cz>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright © 2011 by Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Charles University in Prague

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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