Some articles on intended word, word:
... The goal of the noisy channel model is to find the intended word given the scrambled word that was received ... function is a function that, given a scrambled word, returns the intended word ... In some cases, it may be better to accept the scrambled word as the intended word rather than attempt to find an intended word in the dictionary ...
... or literal paraphasia, refers to the substitution of a word with a nonword that preserves at least half of the segments and/or number of syllables ... to a variety of errors, including formal ones, in which one word is replaced with another phonologically related to the intended word phonemic ones, in which. 30.8% of paraphasias occurred at the beginning of the word in patients with Wernicke's aphasia and 22.6% for patients with Broca's aphasia ...
Famous quotes containing the words word and/or intended:
“Every word was once a poem. Every new relation is a new word.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
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—Elaine Heffner (20th century)