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mind:identifying-rhymes [2016/04/27 11:13]
norkish [Hirjee and Brown, 2009]
mind:identifying-rhymes [2016/06/02 15:54] (current)
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 Really it's insufficient to consult some rhyming dictionary to see if two words match. It's going to require looking at the '''​phonemes'''​. Really it's insufficient to consult some rhyming dictionary to see if two words match. It's going to require looking at the '''​phonemes'''​.
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 +==Development log==
 +
 +I'm having a heck of a time figuring out how to identify rhyming words. Here's what I've tried:
 +* Aligning 2-3 syllables at the end of each line using MSA - this didn't work at all. In fact, everything I've tried that considered anything but the last syllable seemed to tank.
 +* Aligning phonemes for syllables - this worked a little better, but I had to divide by the max number of phonemes in the syllables I was aligning and only when considering the last syllable in each line
 +* Use stop words to filter out words that show up at the end of lines, but aren't really part of the lyrics (e.g., "​aw",​ "​oh",​ etc.)
 +* Next I'll try implementing Pat Pattison'​s rules and see how that works
  
 ==Literature Search== ==Literature Search==
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 '''​Additive''':​ go from shorter to match something longer(e.g.,​ cry->​smile) - more stable '''​Additive''':​ go from shorter to match something longer(e.g.,​ cry->​smile) - more stable
-'''​Sutractive''':​ go from longer to match something shorter (e.g., smile->​cry) - less stable+'''​Subtractive''':​ go from longer to match something shorter (e.g., smile->​cry) - less stable
  
 ====Assonance Rhyme==== ====Assonance Rhyme====
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 The problem here, of course, is finding a dataset against which to validate. But easy enough to create one by hand. The problem here, of course, is finding a dataset against which to validate. But easy enough to create one by hand.
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 +===Seuss===
 +Rhyming [[https://​github.com/​capnrefsmmat/​seuss|robot project]] in python. Uses a dictionary.
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 +===Rhyme Genie===
 +Commercial [[software package|http://​www.rhymegenie.com/​index.html]] that does dynamic rhyming from 30 different types of rhymes. Costs moula.
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 +===rhyme-detect===
 +A [[https://​github.com/​kevin-brown/​rhyme-detect|python package]] that computes how closely two lines rhyme. Looks good except that it only counts exact matches of phonemes (no alignment). But it does consider emphasis. Utilizes NLTK
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