Uniqueness point DC (lemma) neg. offs.


Last character of the shortest prefix uniquely identifying the single lemma associated with the downcased type. For downcased types with two or more lemma associations, no such prefix exists, and a value of 0 is given. For all other downcased types (those mapping to a single lemma), all possible continuations of the downcased type must point to the same single lemma, otherwise the value will still be 0. If both condidtions are fulfilled, a shortest prefix can be determined which uniquely identifies the single lemma of the downcased type and all its continuations. The value given then is the negative offset of this character: -1 for the last character of the downcased type, -2 for the penultimate one etc.

For an example, please see the documentation for the case-sensitive version of this measure, Uniqueness point (lemma) neg. offs..

Data type:

Data type
Data subtype
Query operators
greater or equal, lower or equal
Null value

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