Teraman: A Tool for N-gram Extraction from Large Datasets

Teraman: A Tool for N-gram Extraction from Large Datasets

In natural language processing (NLP) mainly single words are utilized to represent text documents. Recent studies have shown that this approach can be often improved by employing other, more sophisticated, features. Among them, mainly N-grams have been successfully used for this purpose and many algorithms and procedures for their extraction have been proposed. However, usually they are not primarily intended for large data processing, which has currently become a critical task. In this paper we present an algorithm for N-gram extraction from huge datasets. The experiments indicate that our approach reaches outstanding results among other available solutions in terms of speed and amount of processed data.

Keywords: N-gram Extraction, Large Data Processing, Batch Processing

Year: 2007

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Authors of this publication:


Zdeněk Češka


E-mail: zceska@kiv.zcu.cz
WWW: http://www.kiv.zcu.cz/en/department/members/detail.html?login=zceska

Zdeněk has been working for various international companies in the field of Software Engineering. He has earned Master's Degree and PhD's Degree in the field of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include Mathematics & Algorithmization, Plagiarism Detection, Multilingual Processing, Text Classification, and other related fields.

Ivo Hanák


E-mail: hanak@kiv.zcu.cz
WWW: http://herakles.zcu.cz/~hanak/

Ivo graduated at UWB in 2003, specialized in computer graphics. Currently, he is a PhD student interested in computer graphics and digital holography.

Roman Tesař


Phone: +420 377632479
E-mail: roman.tesar@gmail.com
WWW: http://www.sweb.cz/romant1/CV.pdf

Roman is a PhD student at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic. His work is focused on the utilization of word n-grams in text classification and document filtering.

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