This section contains information on the different options you can set for the Salience engine and their use. It includes syntax for the Salience API (C) and it wrappers (Python, .Net, and Java).

Advanced NLP techniques have the potential to affect runtime and can be turned on or off using certain options. If you are in a situation where your computational power is limited this would be something to consider.

Tagging Threshold
Max Execution Time
Fail on Very Long Sentences
User Directory
Concept Slop
Document Semantics
Lists and Tables
One Sentence
Shared Memory
Complex Stems
Flatten All Upper Case
Content HTML
Alternate Forms
Use Chainer
Use Chunk Parser

Max Concept Topic Hits
Min Concept Topic Score
Concept Topic Window Size
Concept Topic Window Jump
Nongrammatical Topics
Concept Topic List

Required Entities
Anaphora Resolution
CRF Sensitivity
Entity Threshold
Entity Summary
Entity Overlap
User Entity List
Sentiment Theme Overlap
Entity Topics
Stem User Entity Content
Entity Use User Directory Only
Entity Themes
User Entity Ignore Accents

Sentiment Dictionary
Sentiment Model File
Sentiment Upper Neutral Bound
Sentiment Lower Neural Bound
Sentiment Polarity Model
Sentiment All Phrases
Sentiment Emphatic Modifier
Sentiment Superlative Modifier
Chain Entity Sentiment Algorithm
Simple Sentiment Calculations
POStag restricted HSD Matches
User Sentiment Phrases Only

Query Topic Stemming
Query Topic List
Max Query Length
Query Topic Ignore Accents
Query DefaultAccepts Negated

Collection Result Size
Collection Semantics
Max Collection Size
All Theme Mentions
Stem Facets

Theme Topics
Theme Overlap

Category Explanations

Summary Delimiter
Summary Quotes Intact
Summary Minimum Sentences
Summary Allow Initial Conjunction
Summary Early Sentence Count
Summary Early Sentence Bonus
Summary Pronoun Penalty
Summary Ideal Length
Summary Length Penalty
Summary Diversity

Stem Document Details

Classification Threshold
Classification Model

Basic Port
Manual Basic Management