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Subject: Some questions about WordNet Similarity
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2016 07:56:00 +0000
To: "bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Wu Zhichen <jerry_wzc [...] apex.sjtu.edu.cn>
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Dear WordNet Similarity Group: I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities are 0. When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for helping me. I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! Best regards, Jerry Wu
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Hi Jerry, Could you post the command or code you are running that is causing this error? That will help isolte the problem. Thanks! Ted On Tue Mar 29 03:58:26 2016, jerry_wzc@apex.sjtu.edu.cn wrote: Show quoted text
> Dear WordNet Similarity Group: > > I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you > developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. > > When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities > are 0. > > When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an > ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ > > I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for > helping me. > > I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! > > Best regards, > Jerry Wu
Subject: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2016 17:00:21 +0000
To: "bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Wu Zhichen <jerry_wzc [...] apex.sjtu.edu.cn>
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My query is perl WordNetSim.pl word1 word2 word3 ... use WordNet::QueryData; use WordNet::Similarity::path; use WordNet::Similarity::vector; use WordNet::Similarity::lin; use WordNet::Similarity::res; use WordNet::Similarity::wup; $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); $str = ""; for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { $one = $ARGV[$i]; $two = $ARGV[$j]; my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); if ($error == 1) { $value = -1; } if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { $str = $str.$value."\t"; } else { $str = $str.$value."\n"; } } } print $str; Show quoted text
________________________________________ 发件人: TPEDERSE via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] 发送时间: 2016年3月29日 21:10 收件人: Wu Zhichen 主题: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > Hi Jerry, Could you post the command or code you are running that is causing this error? That will help isolte the problem. Thanks! Ted On Tue Mar 29 03:58:26 2016, jerry_wzc@apex.sjtu.edu.cn wrote:
> Dear WordNet Similarity Group: > > I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you > developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. > > When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities > are 0. > > When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an > ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ > > I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for > helping me. > > I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! > > Best regards, > Jerry Wu
Subject: Re: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2016 12:46:05 -0500
To: bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Ted Pedersen <duluthted [...] gmail.com>
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Thank you. I was able to run your code on Linux with no problems. The only thing I changed was the new option on WordNet QueryData. I am guessing that the location of the dictionary is for some reason an issue for QueryData. Are you able to set an environment variable as described here? I would suggest giving that a try, and seeing if that solves the issue... http://search.cpan.org/dist/WordNet-QueryData/QueryData.pm#LOCATING_THE_WORDNET_DATABASE LOCATING THE WORDNET DATABASE To use QueryData, you must tell it where your WordNet database is. There are two ways you can do this: 1) by setting the appropriate environment variables, or 2) by passing the location to QueryData when you invoke the "new" function. QueryData knows about two environment variables, WNHOME and WNSEARCHDIR. If WNSEARCHDIR is set, QueryData looks for WordNet data files there. Otherwise, QueryData looks for WordNet data files in WNHOME/dict (WNHOME\dict on a PC). If WNHOME is not set, it defaults to "/usr/local/WordNet-3.0" on Unix and "C:\Program Files\WordNet\3.0" on a PC. Normally, all you have to do is to set the WNHOME variable to the location where you unpacked your WordNet distribution. The database files are normally unpacked to the "dict" subdirectory. You can also pass the location of the database files directly to QueryData. To do this, pass the location to "new": Here's me running your code... ukko(10): cat test1.pl use WordNet::QueryData; use WordNet::Similarity::path; use WordNet::Similarity::vector; use WordNet::Similarity::lin; use WordNet::Similarity::res; use WordNet::Similarity::wup; ##$wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new(); $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); $str = ""; for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { $one = $ARGV[$i]; $two = $ARGV[$j]; my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); if ($error == 1) { $value = -1; } if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { $str = $str.$value."\t"; } else { $str = $str.$value."\n"; } } } print $str; ukko(11): perl test1.pl cat dog 1 0.2 0.2 1 ukko(12): perl test1.pl mouse house 1 0.0714285714285714 0.0714285714285714 1 ukko(13): perl test1.pl xxxxxxxx house -1 -1 -1 1 On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 12:02 PM, Wu Zhichen via RT <bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org> wrote: Show quoted text
> Queue: WordNet-Similarity > Ticket <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > My query is perl WordNetSim.pl word1 word2 word3 ... > > > use WordNet::QueryData; > use WordNet::Similarity::path; > use WordNet::Similarity::vector; > use WordNet::Similarity::lin; > use WordNet::Similarity::res; > use WordNet::Similarity::wup; > > $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); > $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); > > $str = ""; > for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { > for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { > $one = $ARGV[$i]; > $two = $ARGV[$j]; > my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); > my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); > if ($error == 1) { > $value = -1; > } > if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { > $str = $str.$value."\t"; > } else { > $str = $str.$value."\n"; > } > } > } > print $str; > > ________________________________________ > 发件人: TPEDERSE via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] > 发送时间: 2016年3月29日 21:10 > 收件人: Wu Zhichen > 主题: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity > > <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > Hi Jerry, > > Could you post the command or code you are running that is causing this error? That will help isolte the problem. > > Thanks! > Ted > > On Tue Mar 29 03:58:26 2016, jerry_wzc@apex.sjtu.edu.cn wrote:
>> Dear WordNet Similarity Group: >> >> I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you >> developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. >> >> When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities >> are 0. >> >> When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an >> ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ >> >> I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for >> helping me. >> >> I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! >> >> Best regards, >> Jerry Wu
> > > >
Subject: 答复: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2016 06:07:45 +0000
To: "bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Wu Zhichen <jerry_wzc [...] apex.sjtu.edu.cn>
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My code also worked on Similarity::path, but it failed on lin, res, wup and some other methods. Show quoted text
________________________________________ 发件人: Ted Pedersen via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] 发送时间: 2016年3月30日 1:46 收件人: Wu Zhichen 主题: Re: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > Thank you. I was able to run your code on Linux with no problems. The only thing I changed was the new option on WordNet QueryData. I am guessing that the location of the dictionary is for some reason an issue for QueryData. Are you able to set an environment variable as described here? I would suggest giving that a try, and seeing if that solves the issue... http://search.cpan.org/dist/WordNet-QueryData/QueryData.pm#LOCATING_THE_WORDNET_DATABASE LOCATING THE WORDNET DATABASE To use QueryData, you must tell it where your WordNet database is. There are two ways you can do this: 1) by setting the appropriate environment variables, or 2) by passing the location to QueryData when you invoke the "new" function. QueryData knows about two environment variables, WNHOME and WNSEARCHDIR. If WNSEARCHDIR is set, QueryData looks for WordNet data files there. Otherwise, QueryData looks for WordNet data files in WNHOME/dict (WNHOME\dict on a PC). If WNHOME is not set, it defaults to "/usr/local/WordNet-3.0" on Unix and "C:\Program Files\WordNet\3.0" on a PC. Normally, all you have to do is to set the WNHOME variable to the location where you unpacked your WordNet distribution. The database files are normally unpacked to the "dict" subdirectory. You can also pass the location of the database files directly to QueryData. To do this, pass the location to "new": Here's me running your code... ukko(10): cat test1.pl use WordNet::QueryData; use WordNet::Similarity::path; use WordNet::Similarity::vector; use WordNet::Similarity::lin; use WordNet::Similarity::res; use WordNet::Similarity::wup; ##$wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new(); $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); $str = ""; for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { $one = $ARGV[$i]; $two = $ARGV[$j]; my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); if ($error == 1) { $value = -1; } if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { $str = $str.$value."\t"; } else { $str = $str.$value."\n"; } } } print $str; ukko(11): perl test1.pl cat dog 1 0.2 0.2 1 ukko(12): perl test1.pl mouse house 1 0.0714285714285714 0.0714285714285714 1 ukko(13): perl test1.pl xxxxxxxx house -1 -1 -1 1 On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 12:02 PM, Wu Zhichen via RT <bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org> wrote:
> Queue: WordNet-Similarity > Ticket <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > My query is perl WordNetSim.pl word1 word2 word3 ... > > > use WordNet::QueryData; > use WordNet::Similarity::path; > use WordNet::Similarity::vector; > use WordNet::Similarity::lin; > use WordNet::Similarity::res; > use WordNet::Similarity::wup; > > $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); > $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); > > $str = ""; > for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { > for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { > $one = $ARGV[$i]; > $two = $ARGV[$j]; > my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); > my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); > if ($error == 1) { > $value = -1; > } > if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { > $str = $str.$value."\t"; > } else { > $str = $str.$value."\n"; > } > } > } > print $str; > > ________________________________________ > 发件人: TPEDERSE via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] > 发送时间: 2016年3月29日 21:10 > 收件人: Wu Zhichen > 主题: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity > > <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > Hi Jerry, > > Could you post the command or code you are running that is causing this error? That will help isolte the problem. > > Thanks! > Ted > > On Tue Mar 29 03:58:26 2016, jerry_wzc@apex.sjtu.edu.cn wrote:
>> Dear WordNet Similarity Group: >> >> I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you >> developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. >> >> When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities >> are 0. >> >> When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an >> ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ >> >> I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for >> helping me. >> >> I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! >> >> Best regards, >> Jerry Wu
> > > >
Subject: 答复: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2016 07:39:24 +0000
To: "bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org" <bug-WordNet-Similarity [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Wu Zhichen <jerry_wzc [...] apex.sjtu.edu.cn>
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Thanks a lot for debugging. I have already solved it. My problem is that I installed WordNet, QueryData, Similarity in a wrong order. After I re-installed them, it finally went well. Anyway, I really appreciate your help! Show quoted text
________________________________________ 发件人: Ted Pedersen via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] 发送时间: 2016年3月30日 1:46 收件人: Wu Zhichen 主题: Re: 答复: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > Thank you. I was able to run your code on Linux with no problems. The only thing I changed was the new option on WordNet QueryData. I am guessing that the location of the dictionary is for some reason an issue for QueryData. Are you able to set an environment variable as described here? I would suggest giving that a try, and seeing if that solves the issue... http://search.cpan.org/dist/WordNet-QueryData/QueryData.pm#LOCATING_THE_WORDNET_DATABASE LOCATING THE WORDNET DATABASE To use QueryData, you must tell it where your WordNet database is. There are two ways you can do this: 1) by setting the appropriate environment variables, or 2) by passing the location to QueryData when you invoke the "new" function. QueryData knows about two environment variables, WNHOME and WNSEARCHDIR. If WNSEARCHDIR is set, QueryData looks for WordNet data files there. Otherwise, QueryData looks for WordNet data files in WNHOME/dict (WNHOME\dict on a PC). If WNHOME is not set, it defaults to "/usr/local/WordNet-3.0" on Unix and "C:\Program Files\WordNet\3.0" on a PC. Normally, all you have to do is to set the WNHOME variable to the location where you unpacked your WordNet distribution. The database files are normally unpacked to the "dict" subdirectory. You can also pass the location of the database files directly to QueryData. To do this, pass the location to "new": Here's me running your code... ukko(10): cat test1.pl use WordNet::QueryData; use WordNet::Similarity::path; use WordNet::Similarity::vector; use WordNet::Similarity::lin; use WordNet::Similarity::res; use WordNet::Similarity::wup; ##$wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new(); $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); $str = ""; for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { $one = $ARGV[$i]; $two = $ARGV[$j]; my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); if ($error == 1) { $value = -1; } if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { $str = $str.$value."\t"; } else { $str = $str.$value."\n"; } } } print $str; ukko(11): perl test1.pl cat dog 1 0.2 0.2 1 ukko(12): perl test1.pl mouse house 1 0.0714285714285714 0.0714285714285714 1 ukko(13): perl test1.pl xxxxxxxx house -1 -1 -1 1 On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 12:02 PM, Wu Zhichen via RT <bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org> wrote:
> Queue: WordNet-Similarity > Ticket <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > My query is perl WordNetSim.pl word1 word2 word3 ... > > > use WordNet::QueryData; > use WordNet::Similarity::path; > use WordNet::Similarity::vector; > use WordNet::Similarity::lin; > use WordNet::Similarity::res; > use WordNet::Similarity::wup; > > $wn = WordNet::QueryData->new("C:/WordNet/dict/"); > $measure = WordNet::Similarity::path->new($wn); > > $str = ""; > for (my $i=0; $i<@ARGV; $i++) { > for (my $j=0; $j<@ARGV; $j++) { > $one = $ARGV[$i]; > $two = $ARGV[$j]; > my $value = $measure->getRelatedness($one."#n#1",$two."#n#1"); > my ($error, $errorString) = $measure->getError(); > if ($error == 1) { > $value = -1; > } > if ($j < @ARGV - 1) { > $str = $str.$value."\t"; > } else { > $str = $str.$value."\n"; > } > } > } > print $str; > > ________________________________________ > 发件人: TPEDERSE via RT [bug-WordNet-Similarity@rt.cpan.org] > 发送时间: 2016年3月29日 21:10 > 收件人: Wu Zhichen > 主题: [rt.cpan.org #113424] Some questions about WordNet Similarity > > <URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=113424 > > > Hi Jerry, > > Could you post the command or code you are running that is causing this error? That will help isolte the problem. > > Thanks! > Ted > > On Tue Mar 29 03:58:26 2016, jerry_wzc@apex.sjtu.edu.cn wrote:
>> Dear WordNet Similarity Group: >> >> I'm a student who is trying to use the WordNet::Similarity tool you >> developed. Now I'm facing some troubles using it. >> >> When I was using Resnik and Lin for computing, all the similarities >> are 0. >> >> When I was using Wup, it said "Can't use an undefined value as an >> ARRAY reference at c:/...../DepthFinder.pm line 182, <GEN8> line 66.“ >> >> I don't know how to solve those problems, so I have to bother you for >> helping me. >> >> I would appreciate that very much if you can offer your help! Thanks! >> >> Best regards, >> Jerry Wu
> > > >
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