Lexical wild cards
ICECUP 3.1 supports lexical searches using wild cards.
Wild cards are a way of specifying only part of a word in a query. For example, you can search for all words starting with the letter P by searching for ‘p*’.
As well as indicating missing characters, ICECUP also lets the user define sets or insert predefined sets of characters (e.g. ^v = a vowel).
|Lexical wild cards in ICECUP|
ICECUP also lets users search for sets of words or wild card patterns.
Finally, ICECUP is designed to work with a tagged and parsed corpus. This means that users can restrict the lexical item by part of speech or insert the wild card into a Fuzzy Tree Fragment.
See also ICECUP 3.1 extensions to FTFs.
This page last modified 1 December, 2016 by Survey Web Administrator.