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Conpressed, Direct Child Info, Word Tracking, Lexicon Data Structure, ADTDAWG?


Back in late August 2009, I decided to start working on a modification of the traditional Directed Acyclic Word Graph data structure.

End Of Word Nodes did not match up with single words, and Child Information had to be discovered through list scrolling. These were a heavy price to pay for a small data structure.

I made a series of observations that led me to the ADTDAWG.

- The Adamovsky Direct Tracking Directed Acyclic Word Graph -

I documented the project with full disclosure on the web page below...

Adamovsky Direct Tracking Directed Acyclic Word Graph - An Advanced Lexicon Data Structure

The construct has proved its value in a series of rigorous tests that I designed for it.

Do you have any comments about the structure?

All the Best,

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PPI::Token::Word(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				       PPI::Token::Word(3)

PPI::Token::Word - The generic "word" Token INHERITANCE
PPI::Token::Word isa PPI::Token isa PPI::Element DESCRIPTION
A "PPI::Token::Word" object is a PPI-specific representation of several different types of word-like things, and is one of the most common Token classes found in typical documents. Specifically, it includes not only barewords, but also any other valid Perl identifier including non-operator keywords and core functions, and any include "::" separators inside it, as long as it fits the format of a class, function, etc. METHODS
There are no methods available for "PPI::Token::Word" beyond those provided by its PPI::Token and PPI::Element parent classes. We expect to add additional methods to help further resolve a Word as a function, method, etc over time. If you need such a thing right now, look at Perl::Critic::Utils. literal Returns the value of the Word as a string. This assumes (often incorrectly) that the Word is a bareword and not a function, method, keyword, etc. This differs from "content" because "Foo'Bar" expands to "Foo::Bar". method_call Answers whether this is the name of a method in a method call. Returns true if yes, false if no, and nothing if unknown. TO DO
- Add "function", "method" etc detector methods SUPPORT
See the support section in the main module. AUTHOR
Adam Kennedy <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2001 - 2011 Adam Kennedy. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module. perl v5.16.2 2011-02-25 PPI::Token::Word(3)