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For example, latent semantic analysis using singular value decomposition based on VSM  compresses a highly dimensional vector space to a lower space.
Oracle SRM now supports 18 languages with advanced keyword and Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) listening.
Among specific topics are an empirical evaluation of dimensionality reduction using latent semantic analysis on a Hindi text, implementing the Uyghur-Chinese personal name transliteration based on syllabification, mining the semantic orientation of multi-word expressions from Chinese microbloging with a discriminative latent model, and using a mutual information criterion to design an effective lexicon for Chinese pinyin-to-character conversion.
The semantic closeness is calculated by use of a robust technique named Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) (Landauer, Foltz, & Laham, 1998).
A detailed paper, by Martin, describes the latent semantic analysis metric that can assist university programs with their outcomes and objectives.
Established among the one hundred unique claims are methods for mathematically representing words as a function of context, and using this representative latent semantic analysis to learn from content sources separate from any searchable set.
Among their topics are portable text summarization, text-to-text similarity of sentences, applying natural language processing to students' self-explanations, computer-aided rhetorical analysis, the morphological analysis of ill-formed Arabic verbs for second-language learners, using event semantics for toponym disambiguation, and evaluating narrative and expository text summaries using latent semantic analysis.
Proprietary algorithms include advanced mathematical techniques, including latent semantic analysis.