Specifies recognizing the grammatical variants, such as suffixed forms.
public enum TBMatching
Use this to allow slight changes in the stem when a word gets suffixes. Example: The word 'glorify' has forms like 'glorifies' or 'glorified', which are not simply suffixed forms of 'glorify'. (Linguists call this inflection.) To match all forms, the term you add must be 'glorif|y'.
Use this if there can be no variants of a word. memoQ will find a word in the source text if there is an exact match.
Use this if there are variants where the beginning of the term changes. In German, the plural of 'Mutter' is 'Mütter'. To match all variants of this term, you need the Fuzzy option.
This is the default setting. memoQ will find a word in the source text if there is an exact match for it - or when a suffix is added to it, but the term is still at the beginning of the word form, and it's at least one-half as long. For example: The term 'cat' will be found in 'cats', but not in 'catnapping'.