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As a User I want to have stemmed version of canonical form #68

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dimus opened this issue Dec 18, 2020 · 0 comments
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As a User I want to have stemmed version of canonical form #68

dimus opened this issue Dec 18, 2020 · 0 comments
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dimus commented Dec 18, 2020

created by @dimus at https://gitlab.com/gogna/gnparser/-/issues/68

The most unstable parts of a canonical form are suffices of specific and infraspecific epithets. To ease comparison of names with variablility in suffices, add stemmed version of "short" canonical form.

http://snowballstem.org/otherapps/schinke/
http://caio.ueberalles.net/a_stemming_algorithm_for_latin_text_databases-schinke_et_al.pdf

The Schinke Latin stemming algorithm is described in,
Schinke R, Greengrass M, Robertson AM and Willett P (1996)
A stemming algorithm for Latin text databases. Journal of Documentation, 52: 172-187.
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