[developers] DELPH-IN "stack"
oe at ifi.uio.no
Wed Jan 18 07:45:02 CET 2012
the :erg+tnt cpu definition activates all we have as of yet: unknown word handling (based on TnT PoS tags) and light-weight NE recognition via RE-based token mapping.
come to think of it, i should maybe add a section on alternative delivery modes: HoG and ACE come to mind; any others that are in active (if maybe not quite broad) use currently and freely available?
On 18. jan. 2012, at 02:55, "Emily M. Bender" <ebender at uw.edu> wrote:
> Thanks, Stephan. That looks very helpful. I will send the link
> to the folks at Boeing. I suspect that in their intended use, they
> will need to contend with named entities, unknown word handling,
> etc. How much of that is rolled into the latest and greatest
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 11:30 AM, Stephan Oepen <oe at ifi.uio.no> wrote:
>> hi emily,
>> good to hear there is interest in our technology among the
>> second-largest producers of civil aircraft. my apologies for
>> not getting back to you earlier, but i just composed a short
>> set of instructions for first-time use of the ERG. see:
>> i tested this (using my relatively vanilla account at a major
>> US university in the northwest), though it would of course
>> be great if this core functionality were validated by others.
>> i will be grateful for suggestions for improvement!
>> looking at it now, i wonder why some folks still think it is
>> difficult to get going with the DELPH-IN toolchain.
>> best wishes, oe
>> On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 05:20, Emily M. Bender <ebender at uw.edu> wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> At LSA Stephen Poteet from Boeing was asking me about parsers,
>>> in the context of some IE work they are doing. I suggested that he
>>> look into DELPH-IN tools, but I realized I don't know where to point
>>> him (or anyone) for the best way to set up a DELPH-IN based
>>> parsing stack (in this case, for English). Do we have such documentation
>>> somewhere? If not, something that could serve as a starting point?
>>> Emily M. Bender
>>> Associate Professor
>>> Department of Linguistics
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> Emily M. Bender
> Associate Professor
> Department of Linguistics
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