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Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (1) Updated: 2010-09-21
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NAME

mmseg - maximum matching segment Chinese text.  

SYNOPSIS

mmseg -d dict_file [option]... [corpus_file]...  

DESCRIPTION

mmseg is a tool for segmenting Chinese text into words using maximum matching algorithm. mmseg segments corpus_file, or standard input if no filename is specified, and write the segmented result to standard output.  

OPTIONS

-d dict_file
Use dict_file as lexicon. A default lexicon can be found at /usr/share/sunpinyin-slm/dict.utf8.
-f,--format (text|bin)
Output Format, can be 'text' or 'bin'. default 'bin'. Normally, in text mode, word text are output, while in binary mode, binary short integer of the word-ids are written to stdout.
-s, --stok STOK_ID
Sentence token id. Default 10. It will be written to output in binary mode after every sentence.
-i, --show-id
Show Id info. Under text output format mode, attach id after known words. If under binary mode, print id(s) in text.
-a, --ambiguious-id AMBI-ID
Ambiguious means ABC => A BC or AB C. If specified (AMBI-ID != 0), The sequence ABC will not be segmented, in binary mode, the AMBI-ID is written out; in text mode, "<ambi>ABC</ambi>" will be output. Default is 0.
 

NOTES

Under binary mode, consecutive id of 0 are merged into one 0. Under text mode, no space are inserted between unknown-words.  

AUTHOR

Originally written by Phill.Zhang <phill.zhang@sun.com>. Currently maintained by Kov.Chai <tchaikov@gmail.com>.  

SEE ALSO

slmseg(1), ids2ngram (1).


 

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