Uniqueness point (lemma) neg. offs.

Description:

Last character of the shortest prefix uniquely identifying the single lemma associated with the type. For types with two or more lemma associations, no such prefix exists, and a value of 0 is given. For all other types (those mapping to a single lemma), all possible continuations of the type must point to the same single lemma, otherwise the value will still be 0. If both conditions are fulfilled, a shortest prefix can be determined which uniquely identifies the single lemma of the type and all its continuations. The value given then is the negative offset of this character: -1 for the last character of the type, -2 for the penultimate one etc.

Examples:

Uniqueness point (lemma) neg. offs.Explanation
Vervollständigung-3Vervollständigu is the shortest prefix of Vervollständigung uniquely determining the single lemma (please see above). The negative offset of the final character u of this prefix is -3.
Leben0Leben is associated with more than one lemma (see above), so a value of 0 is given.
Fortsetzung0Fortsetzung can be continued to, e.g., Fortsetzungsroman (see above), so that there is no prefix uniquely identifying a single lemma. A value of 0 is given.

Data type:

Data type
Number
Data subtype
Integer
Query operators
greater or equal, lower or equal
Null value
1

Available in tables:

Also, in the ngrams tables, you can use this filter on any of the components: