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go-easy-first - Dependency Parser with Easy-First Algorithm written in Go.

  •    Go

go-easy-first - Dependency Parser with Easy-First Algorithm (An Efficient Algorithm for Easy-First Non-Directional Dependency Parsing, NAACL-2010, Yoav Goldberg and Michael Elhadad) written in Go. go-easy-first has train (training a parser phase) and eval (evaluating a trained parser phase) modes. To see the detail options, type ./go-easy-first --help.




yap - Yet Another (natural language) Parser

  •    Go

yap is currently provided with a model for Modern Hebrew, trained on a heavily updated version of the SPMRL 2014 Hebrew treebank. We hope to publish the updated treebank soon as well. yap contains an implementation of the framework and parser of zpar from Z&N 2011 (Transition-based Dependency Parsing with Rich Non-local Features by Zhang and Nivre, 2011) with flags for precise output parity (i.e. bug replication), trained on the morphologically disambiguated Modern Hebrew treebank.

udpipe - R package for Tokenization, Parts of Speech Tagging, Lemmatization and Dependency Parsing Based on the UDPipe Natural Language Processing Toolkit

  •    C++

This repository contains an R package which is an Rcpp wrapper around the UDPipe C++ library (http://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/udpipe, https://github.com/ufal/udpipe). The package is available under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0. Installation can be done as follows. Please visit the package documentation at https://bnosac.github.io/udpipe/en and look at the R package vignettes for further details.

iparser - Yet another dependency parser, integrated with tokenizer, tagger and visualization tool.

  •    Python

Yet another multilingual dependency parser, integrated with tokenizer, part-of-speech tagger and visualization tool. IParser can parse raw sentence to dependency tree in CoNLL format, and is able to visualize trees in your browser. Currently, iparser is in a prototype state. It makes no warranty and may not be ready for practical usage.

NeuralParser - NeuralParser is a very simple to use dependency parser, based on the Latent Syntactic Structure encoding

  •    Kotlin

NeuralParser is a very simple to use dependency parser, based on the SimpleDNN library and the SyntaxDecoder transition systems framework.


frog - Frog is an integration of memory-based natural language processing (NLP) modules developed for Dutch

  •    C++

Frog is an integration of memory-based natural language processing (NLP) modules developed for Dutch. All NLP modules are based on Timbl, the Tilburg memory-based learning software package. Most modules were created in the 1990s at the ILK Research Group (Tilburg University, the Netherlands) and the CLiPS Research Centre (University of Antwerp, Belgium). Over the years they have been integrated into a single text processing tool, which is currently maintained and developed by the Language Machines Research Group and the Centre for Language and Speech Technology at Radboud University Nijmegen. A dependency parser, a base phrase chunker, and a named-entity recognizer module were added more recently. Where possible, Frog makes use of multi-processor support to run subtasks in parallel. Various (re)programming rounds have been made possible through funding by NWO, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, particularly under the CGN project, the IMIX programme, the Implicit Linguistics project, the CLARIN-NL programme and the CLARIAH programme.