I am hoping to build a Slot Machine which spins and shows in each window a subphrase
May I / pay for this / later
Can I /get some rest/ on the weekend
Shall I /be late for/ at home
Where do you / talk to him/ when you are ready
What do you want to / talk about / when you are ready
If the three together work, the player gets points but if not they lose points.
The problem is : how to check if the series of 3 subphrases is ok?
There are there 2 ways to check the correctness:
a) NLP: use a Natural Language Parser , analyse each sentence and determine whether the units work together
b) Database Match: compare the sentences outputted by the Slot Machine against a large database of sentences which have been collected from somewhere else. If the Slotmachine output matches a pre existing series of words, it is correct.
b) would limit the permutations and exclude sequences which could be grammatical.
BUT, just because a sentence is possible does not mean it is useful so b) might be better.
1) I have a database of sentences
2) the sentences must be divided into subphrases which themselves work as a unit eg what-do-you is a unit
I have a selection of units in subphrase database collected by
Slot 1 What do you; why don't we; are you going to
Slot2 have a drink; go to bed; take a shower
Slot3 yesterday, at midnight, when you are free
I would need to match the two databases
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