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(1) Chocolate equals sin in most people's lexicon.
(2) In the lexicon of the avant-garde art world, Meurent could not have figured as an artist.
(3) There will also be few omissions from the lexicon. 4.15.
(4) Synonymy is a relation that structures the lexicon of a language into sets of words sharing a meaning.
(5) CLE-I has a 1300-word core lexicon and includes a component that allows non-linguistic domain experts to add new entries.
(6) The lexicon is very large compared to many other systems.
(7) The representation of syntactic information in the lexicon is inextricably linked with the grammar being used.
(8) Both sides have concocted a lexicon of epithets for each other.
(9) To reduce the likelihood of this a large lexicon must be stored.
(10) The required list of words, or lexicon, can be acquired from a standard dictionary in machine readable form.
(11) Further problems were encountered with the lexicon supplied with the second version.
(12) The improvements to be attained by extending the lexicon further also appear to be minimal.
(13) Rather than store the complete words in a lexicon, such systems store the probabilities of letter transitions.
(14) But if the lexicon is not complete, then neither is the syntax, semantics or phonology likely to be.
(15) It concentrates just on lexical access - there is no syntactic or semantic component - and its lexicon contains only 211 words.
(16) I need to get my hands on a big lexicon.
(17) Given certain pieces of data, it is necessary to calculate how many words in the lexicon match this search criteria. Sentencedict.com
(18) The main information that the probabilistic syntax analyser needs from the lexicon is the grammatical tag of each of the candidate words.
(19) A morphological indexing system was developed whereby each word in the lexicon is associated with its root.
(20) The run-time application of syntactic information uses the transition matrices and the lexicon to rank the words in the lattice.
(21) This means that they are able to retrieve the appropriate pronunciation of a word as a whole from the speech output lexicon.
(22) A failing of systems such as Jelinek's is that they are heavily dependent on the size of lexicon used.
(23) Before the hobbyists even integrated the word into their lexicon, Raskin was a student of interface.
(24) The grammatical tags for the words in the lattice are retrieved from the lexicon.
(25) Making full use of the shape information may also mean coding the lexicon by shape for ease of search.
(26) Firstly it is not guaranteed that the required information will be in the larger lexicon.
(27) Firstly, alternative pronunciations of the same word are not distinguished in the lexicon from pronunciations of different words.
(28) As the character candidates are received from the pattern recognition process the combinations of characters are checked for validity in the lexicon.
(29) Considering the first issue, most psycholinguists support the existence of a mental lexicon that contains knowledge about words.
(30) In secondary storage there will be a large, static lexicon of anything between 10,000 to 100,000 words.
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