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Posted 16 December 2003 - 02:28 PM
With all the talk of "Applied Semantics" and linguistics, I am looking for a Brill Tagger that works on Windows XP.
I already have "winbrill", sadly most of it is in french, and its made for windows 9x, but seems to work OK on my machine. It's also a bit slow, I want something that works from the command line.
Does anyone know of such a resource?
Thanks in advance.
Posted 16 December 2003 - 02:44 PM
Yes, I'd downloaded that before, and I have cygwin, though had problems setting it up through the cygwin command line, being a linux/cygwin virgin.
That runs through the command line, I will give it a "bash" and post back if it works. thanks for pointing it out.
Posted 16 December 2003 - 02:51 PM
>>>How exactly are you using the software?
As in, why do I want to use a Brill tagger?
Posted 16 December 2003 - 03:37 PM
(And welcome, Scottyboy! )
Posted 16 December 2003 - 03:59 PM
There's also the issue of Google now using stemming. GoogleGuy has mentioned at Webmasterworld that it won't stem proper nouns, like someones name.
So I want to use a Brill tagger (and Porter Stemmer) to mimic something along those lines and see how it works.
I did get the Brill Tagger working I'm just trying to implement it into a script.
 => The/DT cat/NN sat/VBD on/IN the/DT mat/NN
 => The/DT house/NN is/VBZ on/IN the/DT prairie/NN
 => George/NNP Bush/NNP is/VBZ in/IN the/DT Whitehouse/NNP
 => Birds/NNP of/IN a/DT feather/NN flock/NN together/RB
If i were building a search engine it would be great to "stem" as many words as possible to save space (and time), but the one's marked as "NNP" i.e. proper nouns can be left alone.
Edited by scottyboy1, 16 December 2003 - 04:31 PM.
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