I think it's relevant - maybe you can find more detail in Frank Richter's papers.
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From: corpora-bounces at uib.no [mailto:corpora-bounces at uib.no] On Behalf Of Phil Gooch Sent: 10 April 2014 10:15 To: Hugo Mougard Cc: corpora at uib.no <corpora at uib.no> <corpora at uib.no> Subject: Re: [Corpora-List] English on-line sentence and word tokenization
I think Clinithink does something along these lines, but it is a commercial product
On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 9:59 AM, Hugo Mougard <mog at crydee.eu<mailto:mog at crydee.eu>> wrote: Dear all,
I'm looking for any pointers on works handling on-line tokenization (especially at the sentence level but word level also interests me). By on-line I mean "while the text is being typed". My current exploration gave no interesting result, likely because on-line is mainly used for something different than the above definition (eg being on the internet).
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