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|TRAIN-KYTEA(1)||General Commands Manual||TRAIN-KYTEA(1)|
kytea — a word segmentation/pronunciation estimation tool
This manual page documents briefly the train-kytea command.
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in the GNU Info format; see below.
kytea is morphological analysis system based on pointwise predictors. It separetes sentences into words, tagging and predict pronunciations. The pronunciation of KyTea is same as cutie.
A summary of options is included below.
- The text encoding to be used (utf8/euc/sjis; default: utf8)
- A fully annotated training corpus (multiple possible)
- A training corpus that is tokenized with no tags (multiple possible)
- A partially annotated training corpus (multiple possible)
- A confidence annotated training corpus (multiple possible)
- A file containing features generated by -featout
- A dictionary file (one 'word/pron' entry per line, multiple possible)
- A file of subword units. This will enable unknown word PE.
- The file to write the trained model to
- Print a text model (instead of the default binary)
- Write the features used in training the model to this file
Model Training Options (basic)¶
Model Training Options (for advanced users):¶
- The character window to use for WS (3)
- The character n-gram length to use for WS for WS (3)
- The character type window to use for WS (3)
- The character type n-gram length to use for WS for WS (3)
- Dictionary words greater than -dictn will be grouped together (4)
- Language model n-gram order for unknown words (3)
- The epsilon stopping criterion for classifier training
- The cost hyperparameter for classifier training
- Don't use a bias value in classifier training
- The solver (1=SVM, 7=logistic regression, etc.; default 1, see LIBLINEAR documentation for more details)
Format Options (for advanced users):¶
- The separator for words in full annotation (" ")
- The separator for tags in full/partial annotation ("/")
- The separator for candidates in full/partial annotation ("&")
- Indicates unannotated boundaries in partial annotation (" ")
- Indicates skipped boundaries in partial annotation ("?")
- Indicates non-existence of boundaries in partial annotation ("-")
- Indicates existence of boundaries in partial annotation ("|")
This manual page was written by Koichi Akabe email@example.com for the Debian system (and may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.
On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.