[Corpora-List] Chinese POS tagger and syntactic parser.

Xiao, Zhonghua z.xiao at lancaster.ac.uk
Sun May 29 11:49:00 CEST 2005

The best Chinese POS tagger I have tried is ICTCLAS (the Chinese Lexical Analysis System developed by the Institute of Computing Technologies, the Chinese Academia, Beijing), which is available (source codes and binary compiled for Windows) at
http://mtgroup.ict.ac.cn/~zhp/ICTCLAS/index.html <http://mtgroup.ict.ac.cn/~zhp/ICTCLAS/index.html>

I haven't tried their Chinese parser extensively, but the output of the online demo seems alright.
http://mtgroup.ict.ac.cn/parserform.html <http://mtgroup.ict.ac.cn/parserform.html>

Richard Xiao


From: owner-corpora at lists.uib.no on behalf of Yuanyong Wang
Sent: Sun 29/05/2005 10:18
Subject: [Corpora-List] Chinese POS tagger and syntactic parser.

Dear list memebers, I'm a research student at UNSW (university of
New South Wales, Australia) doing research on NLP, (WSD)word sense
disambiguation in particular. Recently, I'm attempting to utilize the
information provided by bilingual approaches (such as machine translation)
back on WSD in English. For that reason, I'm trying to set up the
environment for machine translation between English and Chinses. But I
found it quite cumbersome to set up such an environment under Linux,
should I just switch to Windows? I also tried a couple of Chinese POS
taggers and parsers, some are ok, but apparently I am expecting something
better. Could anyone kindly suggest me with some top Chinses POS taggers
and syntactic parsers? I'm also looking forward to exchanging ideas and
knowledge with anyone who's interested in similar topic. Thanks very much.


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