The Japanese Morphological Analysis API allows developers to integrate the Morphological Analysis service into their application. By using this API, developers can create an application that divides Japanese language strings into the smallest unit of a word that has meaning, called morpheme. This API is from NTT Resonant, provider of Goo, which is an internet search engine that crawls and indexes Japanese websites.
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