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======================================================================
		     Morphological Analysis System
			 ChaSen version 2.4.1
======================================================================

0. Files and directories
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   README                how to install and use ChaSen
   INSTALL               general guidance how to install
   NEWS                  version history
   ChangeLog             change log
   COPYING               copying of ChaSen
   lib/                  ChaSen libraries and its sources
   chasen/               ChaSen command and its sources
   mkchadic/             programs for building dictionaries and its sources
   perl/                 Perl modules to use ChaSen
   doc/                  manuals

1. Installation
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   See INSTALL.

2. How to use ChaSen system
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   Suppose a Japanese text file `nihongo', which should be encoded in
   Japanese EUC (Extended UNIX Code), JIS (ISO-2022-JP), Shift_JIS
   (MS Kanji) or UTF-8.  Issue the following command:

   % chasen nihongo # Use the system default encode

   % chasen -i e nihongo-euc # Use EUC-JP or JIS

   % chasen -i s nihongo-euc # Use Shift_JIS

   % chasen -i w nihongo-euc # Use UTF-8

   The result of the morphological analysis is shown on the standard
   output.  If your terminal has a direct input facility of Japanese
   characters, simply type 

   % chasen

   then input a Japanese sentence followed by a carrige return.

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See doc/manual-j.pdf for details (in Japanese).
For further information, send an email to chasen@is.naist.jp
ChaSen homepage: http://chasen.naist.jp/