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Very Large Lexicons

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Three independent phenomena have appeared over the last fifteen years that make it possible to think about linguistics in a different way. The first is the appearance of the World Wide Web; the second is the development of robust and rapid, though shallow, linguistic analyzers, and the third is the availability of cheap memory. In this chapter, we show how these three phenomena come together in the creation of a new linguistic resource: the Very Large Lexicon.

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