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Retrieve keywords a internet domain name

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Hi All,

I've been working on a domain parking project where we need to analyze
a domain name, say "bookhotel", and get keywords(book, hotel) out of
it, then use these keywords to do some search.

There are two ways to do this as far as I can see, longest match and
quickest match.
Longest match:
bookhotel -check with a dictionary -False
bookhote -dictionary -False
....
book -dictionary -True, kw1 = book
then try the rest of the domain name
hotel -dictionary -True, kw2 = hotel

While quickest match starts with 'b'.

The keywords sure will not be perfect, but I think these two will work
for us at the moment.

Any comments/suggestions on this?

Also, does anyone know where I can find a decent dictionary that I can
use to verify if a word is a valid English word?

Jan 31 '07 #1
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Also, does anyone know where I can find a decent dictionary that I can
use to verify if a word is a valid English word?
Debian packages such as openoffice, ispell, aspell may contain a word list.
You can search google for +english +"word list" or something similar.

Viktor
Jan 31 '07 #2

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