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From Thushara Wijeratna <>
Subject lucene gosen diff btn jars
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 21:41:46 GMT
I'm testing lucene-gosen for Japanese tokenization and wondering what the
differences are between the two jars provided. (ipadic / chaisen)?
In my preliminary testing, I'm not seeing any difference in tokenization in
these two jars.  (the jar with no dictionary did not work, I assume I need
to make available a custom dictionary - header.sen which I did not try)

I tried to tokenize this phrase:


which google translates as

You love golf. Best golf course information in the United States is in the
Yellow Pages Japan is full of, any information can be obtained easily from
online or book guide. For more information

I'm getting identical tokenization from both jars, namely :

ゴルフ / Golf

 大好き / I love

 あなた / You

 アメリカ / America

 ベスト / best

 ゴルフコース / Golf course

 情報 / information

 満載 / save

 イエロ / Hierro

 ページ / page

 ジャパン / Japan

 オンライン / online

 ガイド / guide

 ブック / book

 あらゆる / all

 情報 / information

 簡単 / simple

 入手 / obtaining

 できる / able to

 詳しい  /detailed

 情報 / information

Note: translations based on Google Translate

Any pointers you can provide as to the difference of the two methods of
tokenizing would be highly appreciated.



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