[developers] PET XML input and [incr tsdb()]

Francis Bond fcbond at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 11:25:42 CET 2007


> I was wondering if anyone is using the PET XML input format from within
> [incr tsdb()]? Is it possible?
> I have previously used lkb::preprocess-sentence-string to cheap's -yy
> option, but now I want to run a series of experiments that take
> advantage of the XML input flexibility. Is it possible to do this
> without knowing a lot more Lisp than I currently do? Ideally I'd like to
> create the pet input charts externally, but I don't know how I'd then
> use them as test items.

I think if you create the xml without any end-of-line markers and
whack it into the right field of the item file, instead of the plain
sentence, then call a tsdb cpu with the right options to cheap it will
just work (although tsdb's word counting will get confused).

> Thanks for any direction anyone can offer.

Francis Bond <http://www2.nict.go.jp/x/x161/en/member/bond/>
NICT Computational Linguistics Group

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