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Lingua::Stem::UniNE - University of Neuchâtel stemmers
This document describes Lingua::Stem::UniNE v0.08.
use Lingua::Stem::UniNE; # create Bulgarian stemmer $stemmer = Lingua::Stem::UniNE->new(language => 'bg'); # get stem for word $stem = $stemmer->stem($word); # get list of stems for list of words @stems = $stemmer->stem(@words);
This module contains a collection of stemmers for multiple languages based on stemming algorithms provided by Jacques Savoy of the University of Neuchâtel (UniNE). The languages currently implemented are Bulgarian, Czech, German, and Persian. Work is ongoing for Arabic, Bengali, Finnish, French, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Marathi, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. The top priority is languages for which there are no stemmers available on CPAN.
The following language codes are currently supported.
┌───────────┬────┐ │ Bulgarian │ bg │ │ Czech │ cs │ │ German │ de │ │ Persian │ fa │ └───────────┴────┘
They are in the two-letter ISO 639-1 format and are case-insensitive but are always returned in lowercase when requested.
# instantiate a stemmer object $stemmer = Lingua::Stem::UniNE->new(language => $language); # get current language $language = $stemmer->language; # change language $stemmer->language($language);
Country codes such as
czfor the Czech Republic are not supported, nor are IETF language tags such as
By default, if there are multiple strengths of stemmers, a light stemmer will be used. When
aggressiveis set to true, an aggressive stemmer will be used if available.
Czech and German have aggressive options.
Accepts a list of words, stems each word, and returns a list of stems. The list returned will always have the same number of elements in the same order as the list provided. When no stemming rules apply to a word, the original word is returned.
@stems = $stemmer->stem(@words); # get the stem for a single word $stem = $stemmer->stem($word);
The words should be provided as character strings and the stems are returned as character strings. Byte strings in arbitrary character encodings are intentionally not supported.
Returns a list of supported two-letter language codes using lowercase letters.
# object method @languages = $stemmer->languages; # class method @languages = Lingua::Stem::UniNE->languages;
Lingua::Stem::Any provides a unified interface to any stemmer on CPAN, including this module, as well as additional features like normalization, casefolding, and in-place stemming.
Lingua::Stem::Snowball provides alternate stemming algorithms for Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish, as well as other languages.
These stemming algorithms are based on definition and implementations by Jacques Savoy and Ljiljana Dolamic of the University of Neuchâtel and provided at IR Multilingual Resources at UniNE.
Nick Patch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Module Install Instructions
To install Lingua::Stem::UniNE, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell install Lingua::Stem::UniNE
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.