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Matrix text models. Text corpora models. (Russian. English summary) Zbl 1444.68267
Summary: The models of text corpora, formed on the basis of the matrix model of texts in natural languages, are presented. As methods to form models of collections we consider the techniques of computational identification of the thematic structure of the collections. We suggest to use the models for searching for thematically similar text collections and thematic categorization of texts based on text models and text collections. The differences of the proposed models of text collections from the common approaches to their analysis and modeling are analyzed.

68T50 Natural language processing
68P20 Information storage and retrieval of data
91F20 Linguistics
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