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decompound

(dē-kŏm′pound′, dē′kəm-pound′)
adj.
1. Compounded or consisting of things or parts that are already compound.
2. Botany Having or consisting of divisions that are themselves one or more times compound: a decompound leaf.
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To decompound, in that case, really would be to create, as we will see below when a diamond is created by the decompounding of a carbon and sulfur compound.
It delivers a broad range of analytic capabilities including language identification, segmentation, lemmatization, noun decompounding, part-of-speech tagging, sentence boundary detection, noun phrase analysis, and entity extraction.
JOA enhances RLP's Base Linguistics component which performs critical functions such as word segmentation, decompounding, and part-of-speech analysis.