Q4.2: NLP Software
Natural Language Software Registry (NLSR) - NLP Tools
- The Natural Language Software Registry is available from the German
Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Saarbrucken.
Its purpose is to facilitate the exchange and evaluation of natural
language processing software within the research community. To this
end, the NLSR is cataloging natural language software projects, both
commercial and non- commercial. The new updated and enlarged version
contains more than 100 descriptions of natural processing software.
Registry listings include:
- speech signal processors, such as the Computerized Speech Lab (Kay
- morphological analyzers, such as PC-KIMMO (Summer Institute for
- parsers, such as Alveytools (University of Edinburgh)
- semantic and pragmatic analyzer, such as NLL (University of the
- generation programs, such as FUF (Ben Gurion University of the
- knowledge representation systems, such as Rhet (University of
- multicomponent systems, such as ELU (ISSCO), PENMAN (ISI), Pundit
(UNISYS), SNePS (SUNY Buffalo),
- NLP-Tools, such as GULP (University of Georgia) or Linguist
(Kansai Research Laboratory)
- applications programs (misc.)
- If you have developed a piece of software for natural language
processing that other researchers might find useful, you can include it
by returning the questionnaire available from the sources below.
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Natural Language Software Registry
Deutsches Forschungsinstitut fuer Kuenstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)
- Other ftp sites are
Part of Speech Tagger
Section 4 of the
comp.speech FAQ Home Page.
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