Corpora: List of parsers for English... and more

From: Marina Santini (Inwind) (
Date: Sun Feb 17 2002 - 15:04:22 MET

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    I gather here all the useful links I received after my request, and
    add some of my "Favourites".

    Thank you to everybody.

    The following parsers have a (demo) Web interface: (AGFL - University of Nijmegen) (LTG - Edinburgh) (Conexor) (Link Parser) (Lingosoft)
    UNIX/GNU parsers (Grok - OpenNLP, it works also under MS DOS mode) (Charniak - go to "Software") (Gael de Chandendar developed a set of Perl scripts to extract some machine-
        usable info form the result of Link Parser) (Collins parser)

    Windows versions (parser) (ApplePie Parser - it parses a sentence typed at the DOS prompt) (Link Parser - - compressed version of the Windows version of the parser) (ProGrammar, trial version. It is a self-contained Windows interface)

    Chunker (partial parsing)

    Useful pages for NLP resources: (META LINKS) (Statistical natural language processing and corpus-based computational linguistics: An annotated list of resources) (Computational Linguistics Resources) (Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing - Christopher D. Manning and Hinrich Schütze) (Bookmarks for Corpus-based Linguists, by David Lee) (Software Tools for NLP) (Department of Linguistics)

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