[Haskell-cafe] Spelling checker exercise
Eduard.Sergeev at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 10:46:42 EST 2010
Daniel Fischer-4 wrote:
> But that's the point, these checks aren't unnecessary (unless the word
> under inspection is known). You want to propose the most likely correct
I just wanted to rewrite original Nornig's Python code in Haskell :) (maybe
I misunderstood the algorithm?). Of course it is far from being able to
produce 'most likely correct' result.
Btw, where can I find the source for this super-fast 'nLDBSWSpelling'
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