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Proceedings of the 16th conference on Computational linguistics -
This paper describes a new method for extracting open compounds (uninterrupted sequences of words) from text corpora of languages, such as Thai, Japanese and Korea that exhibit unexplicit word segmentation. Without applying word segmentation techniques to the inputted plain text, we generate ngram data from it. We then count the occurrence of each string and sort them in alphabetical order. It is significant that the frequency of occurrence of strings de, creases when the window size ofdoi:10.3115/993268.993386 fatcat:kdk57ajj5fephi3cvahg3ldidu