José M. Goñi-Menoyo, José C. González-Cristóbal (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Jorge Fombella-Mourelle, Julio Villena-Román (DAEDALUS-Data, Decisions, and Language, S.A.).
José Miguel Goñi-Menoyo <josemiguel.goniupm.es>
TRIELIB is a trie-based software library aimed to the development of efficient implementations of lexical and morphological components for the management of huge lexicons. Its main feature is that access time for a lexical entry is independent of the lexical database size. In general, the library is an indexing system for huge databases, lexical or not. For instance, an indexing and retrieval system for information retrieval has beenbuilt on top of TRIELIB.
TRIELIB is a management library for indexing textual entries and its associated information.
TRIELIB is implemented in standard C++ suitable for being installed on Linux or Windows platforms.
GNU C++ development platform.
Basic indexing management library and lexical information management library.
TRIELIB has been used for building huge lexical access systems and for implementing a continuation-based morphological analyser based on allomorph concatenation model. It benefits from the lexical access system. In addition, it has been also used for implementing an indexing and retrieval system for information retrieval purposes.
TRIELIB is the result of the joint collaboration of a team of researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and from the company DAEDALUS-Data, Decisions and Language, S.A., a spin-off of the GSI university research group. It has been developed during more than 10 years, as a result of the experience gained in several research project.
- Goñi-Menoyo, J.M.; Fombella-Mourelle, J.; González-Cristóbal, J.C.; and Villena- Román, J. (2006). Biblioteca “TRIELIB”. Guía de uso. Informe técnico. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid y DAEDALUS-Data, Decisions, and Language.
- Right properties / owner: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and DAEDALUS-Data, Decisions and Language, S.A. The exploitation rights are currently transferred to DAEDALUS-Data, Decisions and Language, S.A.