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stop·word

 (stŏp′wûrd′)
n.
A frequently used word, such as a or the, that is not indexed in webpages and thus is not used in search engine queries.

stopword

(ˈstɒpˌwɜːd)
n
a common word such as 'a' or 'the' that is not indexed or searchable in a computer search engine
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During the experiments, stopword removal, lowercase conversion and stemming were applied as the fundamental preprocessing steps.
Savoy, "A stemming procedure and stopword list for general French corpora," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, vol.
The system uses the following steps in grading procedure: preprocessing the training essays, stopword removal, word stemming, selecting the n-gram index terms, n-gram by document matrix creation, computation of the singular value decomposition (SVD) of n-gram by document matrix, dimensionality reduction of the SVD matrices, and computation of the similarity score.
Para cumplir con el primer criterio se utilizo la herramienta Stopword list, con el proposito de comparar el corpus especializado de Nutricion con un corpus general de elaboracion propia, el cual se construyo a partir de articulos periodisticos de la prensa mexicana, y que consta de un poco mas de dos millones de palabras.
We varied the dimensions used between 5 and 1000 and we used different stopword settings (no stopword list, 30% stopword, 50% stopword list).
As in the case of similarity scoring, fundamental-language analysis of the entirety of Blake's text is time consuming, and so some tasks are pre-computed, such as generating common bigrams, running the oeuvre through a common stopword list (which removes low-information-bearing words, such as articles and prepositions), and part-of-speech tagging.
m]} be the complete vocabulary set of the crawled news after stemming and stopword filtering.
Stopword contains the high frequency terms that are to be ignored from the text as they are not giving any useful information for our scenario.
Hence, two lexical filters known as stopword lists--one including English and the other one Spanish functional words (mainly pronouns, demonstratives, articles and prepositions)--were applied to WordList.
Or perhaps "shall" is a stopword and including it causes the "No results" result.
76% Table 7: Algorithm for the eBay Domain Dependent Stop-word list- For each word in the corpus with a frequency greater than 75 Remove nouns, adjectives and cardinal numbers End for Table 8: Characteristics of the Three Indexes EBay Index Standard Stopword Control (No Index Stopword) Index Inverted Index 51.
However, differences in tokenizing, case conversion, stopword lists, stemming algorithms, proper name handling, and concept recognition are common, making it impossible to compare term frequency information produced by different parties, even if all parties are able and willing to cooperate.