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apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)										  apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)

NAME
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor - This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org. SYNOPSIS
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor n input_file output_file DESCRIPTION
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor is the application responsible for generating the list of stopwords used by the lexical selection module (apertium-lextor). Stopwords are ignored as they cannot have multiple translations. OPTIONS
n the desired number of stopwords. FILES
These are the kinds of parameters and files used with this tool: input_file contains a large preprocessed corpus (see apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor). output_file The file which gets the generated stopwords. SEE ALSO
apertium-gen-lextorbil(1), apertium-gen-lextormono(1), apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor(1), apertium-gen-wlist-lextor(1), aper- tium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1), apertium-lextor-eval(1), apertium-lextor(1). BUGS
Lots of...lurking in the dark and waiting for you! AUTHOR
(c) 2005,2006 Universitat d'Alacant / Universidad de Alicante. All rights reserved. 2006-12-12 apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)

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apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1)								  apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1)

NAME
apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation - This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org. SYNOPSIS
apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation --mono|-m dic.bin --bil|-b bildic.bin --wlist|-w wlistfile DESCRIPTION
apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation is the application responsible for generating all the possible translations of polysemous words. OPTIONS
--mono|-m dic.bin Specifies the monolingual lexical selection dictionary to use (see apertium-gen-lextormono). --bil|-b bildic.bin Specifies the bilingual lexical selection ditionary to use (see apertium-gen-lextorbil). --wlist|-w wlistfile Specifies the list of words to translate (see apertium-gen-wlist-lextor). --help|-h Shows a brief usage help. --version|-v Shows the version string of this tool and it's license. FILES
This tool uses no files apart from the ones associated to each option. SEE ALSO
apertium-gen-lextorbil(1), apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor(1), apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1), apertium-gen-wlist-lextor(1), aper- tium-gen-lextormono(1), apertium-lextor-eval(1), apertium-lextor(1). BUGS
Lots of...lurking in the dark and waiting for you! AUTHOR
(c) 2005,2006 Universitat d'Alacant / Universidad de Alicante. All rights reserved. 2006-12-12 apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1)
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