From: Nick Clarke (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 06 2003 - 13:55:50 MDT
Also, the "mistakes" in the problem text are mostly arbitrary anagrams. Word processor spelling checkers aren't designed for aagramns - they use techniques which work well on typical typos such as a couple of letters in the wrong order, plus phonetic stuff to deal with common (non-ytpo) misspellings.
e.g. search on "minimum edit distance / Hamming distance" and n-gram algorithms.
On Mon, 6 Oct 2003 09:02:33 -0500, Paul Fidika <Fidika@new.rr.com> wrote:
> MS Word did a fair job, but it's only capable of getting the right answer
> for smaller words. Making a program which can translate messed up
> like these as accurately as a human can would be very interesting (and
> probably very hard!). Hey, we could have Word-Processing competetions to
> which programs can translate these jumbled paragraphs the best, how geeky
> would that be? ;-)
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