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Title: Leopar 1.0.0 release
Submitter: Bruno Guillaume
Description: Dear Colleagues,

It's a pleasure for us to announce the release of Leopar 1.0.0 at:


LEOPAR is an Open Source natural language parser. It is based on
Interaction Grammars (http://leopar.loria.fr/doku.php?id=ig:formalism) and
produces deep syntactic structures for grammatical sentences.

An online demo (with resources for the French language) can be found here:

It can produce both dependency structures and phrase structures. A set of
French linguistic resources (grammar and lexicon) is available for LEOPAR.
LEOPAR can be installed on Linux and MacOS.

Best regards,

Bruno Guillaume and the Leopar developer's team
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Language Specialty: French

LL Issue: 22.1162
Date Posted: 10-Mar-2011

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