[Corpora-List] Dependency Parser for English

Joakim Nivre nivre at msi.vxu.se
Fri Apr 13 11:05:01 CEST 2007


Here are a few options you might consider:


Available from http://www.cs.ualbert.ca/~lindek/minipar.htm but not with
source code (as far as I know).

2. MSTParser

Available as open source from http://sourceforge.net/projects/mstparser
but you have to train a parser for English yourself, e.g., by using the
Penn Treebank converted to dependency structures.

3. MaltParser

Available from http://w3.msi.vxu.se/users/nivre/research/MaltParser.html
but not with source code (yet). (An open source version is under
development and may appear before the summer.) On the other hand, there
are pre-trained models for English that you can download and use, so no
need to train a parser yourself.

Joakim Nivre

On Fri, 13 Apr 2007, Wanxiang Che wrote:

> Hi all,


> Could you please tell me where can I download a dependency parser for

> English? It's better to provide source code or lib to be used by other

> programs. Any programming languages are welcome!


> Thanks for your help in advance!


> Best wishes,


> --

> -Wanxiang



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