Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'stanford nlp'

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on 10/25/2013 3:49 PM
Stanford CoreNLP provides a set of natural language analysis tools which can take raw English language text input and give the base forms of words, their parts of speech, whether they are names of companies, people, etc., normalize dates, times, and numer[...]
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on 9/9/2013 12:43 PM
Tokenization of raw text is a standard pre-processing step for many NLP tasks. For English, tokenization usually involves punctuation splitting and separation of some affixes like possessives. Other languages require more extensive token pre-processing, w[...]
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on 7/21/2013 8:09 AM
Some weeks ago, I announced FSharp.NLP.Stanford.Parser and now I want to clarify the goals of this project and show an example of usage. First of all, this is not an attempt to re-implement some functionality of Stanford Parser. It is just a tiny dust lay[...]
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on 6/26/2013 6:10 AM
There are two good news for all F# NLP lovers. News #1: Using The Stanford Parser from F# is easier than it has ever been. From now, the latest version(v3.2.0.0) of The Stanford Parser is available on Nuget. All you need to do is: Install-Package FSharp.N[...]
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on 2/15/2013 1:47 PM
All code samples from this post are available on GitHub. Samples for one more Stanford NLP library were ported to .NET. It is Stanford Named Entity Recognizer (NER). To compile stanford-ner.jar to .NET assembly you need to follow the steps from my post “N[...]
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on 2/8/2013 2:44 AM
All code samples from this post are available on GitHub. Continuing the theme of porting Stanford NLP libraries to .NET, I am glad to introduce one more library - Stanford Log-linear Part-Of-Speech Tagger. To compile stanford-postagger.jar to .NET assembl[...]
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