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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The reviews belonging to the product domain is send as input for Part-Of-Speech Tagger tool such as Stanford POS Tagger tool.
Part of speech tagging of all token using stanford- postagger Part-of-speech tagger.
TreeTagger is a part-of-speech tagger and a lemmatization tool that is written in C++ [10].
Several syntactic elements are backed with additional linguistic modules--sentence splitter and part-of-speech tagger. Sentence splitter determines the boundaries of each sentence, thus allowing the user to find certain tokens exactly at the beginning or at the end of a sentence:
In order to apply the heuristic adjustments above, a part-of-speech tagger was used.
TnT--A Statistical Part-of-Speech Tagger. In Proceedings of the Sixth Applied Natrual Language Processing Conference ANLP-2000 (pp.
In this paper we combine word frequency matrix matching with a part-of-speech tagger to provide finer grained textual-based data mining.
Every word in the corpus is tagged with its part of speech using a version of the MXPOST (Ratnaparkhi 1996) part-of-speech tagger that has been trained on student essays.
TnT--A Statistical Part-of-Speech Tagger. In Proceedings of the Sixth Applied Natural Language Processing Conference ANLP-2000, 224-231.
The part-of-speech tagger demonstrates the following ideas: (i) explicit use of both preceding and following tag contexts (past and future tag identity) via a dependency network representation, (ii) broad use of lexical features, including jointly conditioning on multiple consecutive words, (iii) effective use of priors in conditional log-linear models, and (iv) finegrained modeling of unknown word features.