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LINGUIST List 17.3197

Wed Nov 01 2006

Qs: Part-of-Speech Tagging in PHP?

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        1.    Cornelius Puschmann, Part-of-Speech Tagging in PHP?

Message 1: Part-of-Speech Tagging in PHP?
Date: 01-Nov-2006
From: Cornelius Puschmann <cornelius.puschmannuni-duesseldorf.de>
Subject: Part-of-Speech Tagging in PHP?

Dear colleagues,

I am currently in search of a freely available part-of-speech tagger for
integration into a web-based corpus. It would be ideal if the tagger were
available in PHP, since that would greatly facilitate implementation into
the corpus tool.

Please let me know should you be aware of such a tagger.
Thank you!

-Cornelius Puschmann

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
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