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This may or may not apply. http://www.esaim-ps.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8211879 ESAIM: Probability and Statistics / Volume 13 / July 2009, pp 328-342


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An example of a common situation where people want to use streams of words and analyze their frequencies and how those frequencies change over time is the analysis of search terms that people use to find a website (i.e. If I went to Google or Bing and searched for "patent discussion" and then clicked on the result, the site I went to would want to know those ...


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Would Wordle be in the right direction as prior art, or is this not specific enough? http://www.wordle.net/ There are examples on the Wordle website which are 5+ years old. I also found a blog from 2009 which contextually appears the same as "Detecting trends from a stream of words based on frequency analysis of word counts". The blog author states: I ...


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