LSI Rewriting Engine Concepts

I know I’m giving some good ideas out here, but those who are going to steal them need to consider that it takes from 1,5 to 2 years of daily work to implement them. 🙂 LSI Rewriting Engine is quite complex algorithm, however it’s very easy to understand the concepts. There are 4 modules: 1. Sentence rewriting module (reassembles sentences where possible) 2. Phrase rewriting module (rewrites possible phrases) 3. Synonym rewriting 4. Typical grammar error correction (from both, the original author, and possible errors which might get as a result of rewriting) Here’s how it works: 1a. In a nutshell, LSI Engine tells the same story, but in different words. 1b. The algorithm is more focused on reformatting sentences and phrases, therefore it takes away the need to deeply rewrite each word into synonyms, thence keeping the readability of the text on very high level. 1c. The algorithm understands most of the contexts and parts of speech, therefore it sees them as a single unit to rewrite. So whereas the usual spinner would screw up and rewrite some verbs as nouns (for example like word “process” which could be both verb and noun) the LSI rewriting engine spots out the apparent part of speech to be correct in 99% of the cases. Like for example: While normal article spinner would rewrite “Will you process my credit card, please?” to something like “Will you procedure my credit card, please?” LSI Rewriting Engine will rewrite this type of sentence properly: “Will you accept my credit card, please?” 2. Secondly. Script doesn’t rewrite just synonyms as a single word, it’s mostly...