part-of-speech tagger

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Noun1.part-of-speech tagger - a tagging program whose labels indicate a word's part of speech
tagging program, tagger - a computer program that attaches labels to the grammatical constituents of textual matter
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Part-of-speech tagging with maximum entropy and distributional similarity features in a subregional corpus of Spanish
Part-of-speech tagging for twitter:annotation,features, and experiments,[parallel] in ACL- HLT, pp: 42-47.
To make discourse analysis, part-of-speech tagging is often used to disambiguate words (e.g., "display" can be a noun, a transitive verb, or an intransitive verb) [8].
Some of the most well-known components of NLP are part-of-speech tagging, named entity resolution, word sense disambiguation and coreference resolution, each of which plays a vital role in identifying and characterizing the core text that carries the primary meaning of a phrase or sentence.
* Sentence segmentation, part-of-speech tagging, and parsing
His research in this area has included work in the subareas of part-of-speech tagging, probabilistic context-free grammar induction, and, more recently, syntactic disambiguation through word statistics, efficient syntactic parsing, and lexical resource acquisition through statistical means.
Within preprocessing, part-of-speech tagging is performed as well, which is employed in other feature sets.
Perkowitz, "Equations for part-of-speech tagging," in Proceedings of the 11th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp.
Among the topics are word sense disambiguation, domain adaptation in part-of-speech tagging, a computational cognitive model of human translation processes, interactive question answering, mining user-generated content for social research and other applications, and spreadsheeting using modified visual feature vectors.
In natural language processing (NLP), the first steps to be performed on the input text are tokenisation, part-of-speech tagging and lemmatisation.