[Corpora-List] Open source HMM POS tagger

Lushan Han lushan1
Mon Jan 7 21:46:53 CET 2013

I know lingPipe provides a HMM pos tagger which is open source.



On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 5:37 AM, Fatemeh Torabi Asr <torabiasr at gmail.com>wrote:

> Dear all,
> I'm looking for an open source efficient HMM POS tagger to run it for
> something like an artificial language. I would like it to be configurable
> for different sizes of N-grams, taking the list of possible tags and a
> dictionary (small tagged corpus) and then could be trained on a large
> corpus of un-annotated text.
> I also wonder if any of the existing *HMM-based* POS taggers consider word
> features (not only the word content but instead a feature vector of the
> observable properties of the word in the un-labled text, e.g., some
> semantic features attached to the word frame). So, it would be great if an
> state-of-the-art HMM tagger implementation is already available considering
> such a representation of the states.
> Best,
> Fatemeh
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