A core lexicon comprises commonly used words in a language; an extended lexicon comprises words not included in the core lexicon.
A dictionary/lexicon can also be used.
The reduction of the lexicon is accomplished without arbitrarily eliminating any large portions of the lexicon that might contain relevant candidates.
After the lexicon is displayed, a subset of words and phrases is selected from the lexicon for that patient encounter.
The method and the system may be implemented using a geographical name lexicon or a geographical name suffix lexicon.
The associated subset (260) is generated or retrieved (270), and the initial stored utterance is retrived (270) and compared to the new subset (280).
According to the invention, the words of the target vocabulary are composed of segments, which consist of one or more phonemes, whereby the segments are derived from a training text that is independent from the target vocabulary.
System,methods,and computer-readable medium allow pushing content items based on traffic features.A target text is obtained and analyzed lexically.
The railway undertaking shall produce a glossary of railway terminology for each network over which its trains operate.
Based on CIE/IEC vocabulary IEV 845-09-31.
The lexicon information is continuously revised based on processed form information.
Next, a defined retrievable clinical lexicon for that illness is displayed via the input device.
The defined retrievable clinical lexicon comprises words and phrases associated with the illness.
A representation of reference words is stored in a vocabulary (132, 134).
The selected superwords are placed in a lexicon along with selected meaningful phrases.
A lexicon of predetermined symbolic representations is provided for words in a particular language.
Disclosed herein are embodiments for lexicon generation.
A particular lexicon of terms is associated with a particular group of users.
The system only directly outputs words from the core lexicon.
Each candidate string from the first set of candidate strings is in a lexicon.