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apertium-lextor(1)														apertium-lextor(1)

NAME
apertium-lextor - This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org. SYNOPSIS
apertium-lextor --trainwrd stopwords words n left right corpus model [ --weightexp w ] [ --debug ] apertium-lextor --trainlch stopwords lexchoices n left right corpus wordmodel dic bildic model [ --weightexp w ] [ --debug ] apertium-lextor --lextor model dic left right [ --debug ] [ --weightexp w ] DESCRIPTION
apertium-lextor is the application responsible for training and usage of the lexical selector module. OPTIONS
--trainwrd | -t Train word co-occurrences model. It needs the following required parameters: stopwords file containing a list of stop words. Stop words are ignored. words file containing a list of words. For each word a co-occurrence model is built. n number of words per co-occurrence model (for each model, the n most frequent words). left left-side context to take into account (number of words). right right-side context to take into account (number of words). corpus file containing the training corpus. model output file on which the co-occurrence models are saved. --trainlch | -r Train lexical choices co-occurrence models using a target language co-occurrence model and a bilingual dictionary. It needs the following required parameters: stopwords file containing a list of stop words. Stop words are ignored. lexchoices file containing a list of lexical choices. For each lexical choice a co-occurrence model is built. n number of words per co-occurrence model (for each model, the n most frequent words). left left-side context to take into account (number of words). right right-side context to take into account (number of words). corpus file containing the training corpus. wordmodel target-language word co-occurrence model (previously trained by means of the --trainwrd option). dic the lexical-selection dictionary (binary format). bildic the bilingual dictionary (binary format). model output file on which the co-occurrence models are saved. --lextor | -l Perform the lexical selection on the input stream. It needs the following required parameters: model file containing the model to be used for the lexical selection. dic lexical-selection dictionary (binary format). left left-side context to take into account (number of words). right right-side context to take into account (number of words). --weightexp w Specify a weight value to change the influence of surrounding words while training or performing the lexical selection. The parameter w must be a positive value. --debug | -d Show debug information while working. --help | -h Shows this help. --version | -v Shows license information. SEE ALSO
apertium-gen-lextorbil(1), apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor(1), apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1), apertium-gen-wlist-lextor(1), aper- tium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1), apertium-lextor-eval(1), apertium-lextor-mono(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-lextor(1)

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BOGGLE(6)							 BSD Games Manual							 BOGGLE(6)

NAME
boggle -- word search game SYNOPSIS
boggle [-bd] [-s seed] [-t time] [-w length] [+ [+]] [boardspec] DESCRIPTION
The object of boggle is to find as many words as possible on the Boggle board within the three minute time limit. A Boggle board is a four by four arrangement of Boggle cubes, each side of each cube displaying a letter of the alphabet or `qu'. Words are formed by finding a sequence of cubes (letters) that are in the game's dictionary. The (N+1)th cube in the word must be horizontally, vertically, or diagonally adjacent to the Nth cube. Cubes cannot be reused. Words consist solely of lower case letters and must be at least 3 letters long. Command line flags can be given to change the rules of the game. -b Run boggle in batch mode. A boardspec must also be given. The dictionary is read from stdin and a list of words appearing in boardspec is printed to stdout. -d Enable debugging output. -s seed Specify a seed seed other than the time of day. -t time Set the time limit for each game from the default 3 minutes to time seconds. -w length Change the minimum word length from 3 letters to length. + This flag allows a cube to be used multiple times, but not in succession. ++ This flag allows the same cubes to be considered adjacent to itself. boardspec A starting board position can be specified on the command line by listing the board left to right and top to bottom. Help is available during play by typing '?'. More detailed information on the game is given there. AUTHORS
Boggle is a trademark of Parker Brothers. Barry Brachman Dept. of Computer Science University of British Columbia BUGS
If there are a great many words in the cube the final display of the words may scroll off of the screen. (On a 25 line screen about 130 words can be displayed.) No word can contain a 'q' that is not immediately followed by a 'u'. When using the + or ++ options the display of words found in the board doesn't indicate reused cubes. The dictionary that NetBSD installs omits many words that belong in the English language, most notably inflected forms. BSD
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