Stanford Word Segmenter

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Stanford Word Segmenter currently supports Arabic and Chinese that provided segmentation schemes have been found to work well for a variety of applications the system requires Java 1.8+ to be installed, it recommend at least 1G of memory for documents that contain long sentences. For files with shorter sentences (e.g., 20 tokens), decrease the memory requirement by changing the option java -mx1g in the run scripts.

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"Useful software"

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Easy to use, relatively easy learning curve

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Slows down computer substantially. Would recommend a workforce computer

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Easier to write documents

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