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We also plan to experiment with various types of mixed sn-grams. Acknowledgements. Work done under partial support of Mexican government (projects CONACYT 50206-H and 83270, SNI) and Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico (projects SIP 20111146, 20113295, 20120418, COFAA, PIFI), Mexico City government (ICYT-DF project PICCO10-120) and FP7-PEOPLE-2010-IRSES: Web Information Quality - Evaluation Initiative (WIQ-EI) European Commission project 269180. We also thank Sabino Miranda and Francisco Viveros for their valuable and motivational comments.
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