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    Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii PAN, Warszawa
    Instytut Podstaw Informatyki PAN, Warszawa

    Developing an open-source, rule-based proofreading tool

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    In this paper, we show how an open-source, language-independent proofreading tool has been built. Many languages lack contextual proofreading tools; for many others, only partial solutions are available. Using existing, largely language-independent tools and collaborative processes it is possible to develop a practical style and grammar checker and to fight the digital divide in countries where commercial linguistic application software is unavailable or too expensive for average users. The described solution depends on relatively easily available language resources and does not require a fully formalized grammar nor a deep parser, yet it can detect many frequent context-dependent spelling mistakes, as well as grammatical, punctuation, usage, and stylistic errors.

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    Title : Developing an open-source, rule-based proofreading tool
    Author(s) : Marcin Miłkowski
    Abstract : In this paper, we show how an open-source, language-independent proofreading tool has been built. Many languages lack contextual proofreading tools; for many others, only partial solutions are available. Using existing, largely language-independent tools and collaborative processes it is possible to develop a practical style and grammar checker and to fight the digital divide in countries where commercial linguistic application software is unavailable or too expensive for average users. The described solution depends on relatively easily available language resources and does not require a fully formalized grammar nor a deep parser, yet it can detect many frequent context-dependent spelling mistakes, as well as grammatical, punctuation, usage, and stylistic errors.
    Keywords : computational linguistics, controlled, grammar checker, pattern matching, proofreading

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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2010

    Affiliations Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii PAN, Warszawa
    Journal : Software Practice and Experience
    Volume : 40
    Issue : April
    Publisher : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
    Pages : 543-566
    Url : http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/spe.971
    Doi : 10.1002/spe

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