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    Book and Conference Proceedings

    Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts with NooJ

    Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts with NooJ

    10th International Conference, NooJ 2016, České Budějovice, Czech Republic, June 9-11, 2016, Revised Selected Papers

    Linda Barone, Mario Monteleone in Communications in Computer and Information Science (2016)

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    Book and Conference Proceedings

    Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts with NooJ

    Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts with NooJ

    9th International Conference, NooJ 2015, Minsk, Belarus, June 11-13, 2015, Revised Selected Papers

    Tatsiana Okrut, Yuras Hetsevich in Communications in Computer and Information Science (2016)

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    Chapter and Conference Paper

    Joe Loves Lea: Transformational Analysis of Direct Transitive Sentences

    NooJ is capable of both parsing and producing any sentence that matches a given syntactic grammar. We use this functionality to describe direct transitive sentences, and we show that this simple structure of s...

    Max Silberztein in Automatic Processing of Natural-Language Electronic Texts with NooJ (2016)

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    An Alternative Approach to Tagging

    NooJ is a linguistic development environment that allows users to construct large formalised dictionaries and grammars and use these resources to build robust NLP applications. NooJ’s approach to the formalisa...

    Max Silberztein in Natural Language Processing and Information Systems (2007)

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    Text Indexation with INTEX

    INTEX is a linguistic development environment that includes large-coverage dictionaries and grammars, and parses texts of several million words in real time. INTEX has tools to create and maintain large-covera...

    Max Silberztein in Computers and the Humanities (1999)

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    Chapter and Conference Paper

    INTEX 4.1 for Windows: A Walkthrough

    INTEX is a linguistic development environment that allows users to build large-coverage finite state descriptions of natural languages and apply them to large texts in real time. INTEX represents texts, gramma...

    Max Silberztein in Automata Implementation (1999)

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    Chapter and Conference Paper

    INTEX: An integrated FST toolbox

    INTEX is an integrated Natural Language Processing toolbox based on the use of Finite State Transducers (FSTs). It is used to analyse texts of several million words, and includes several large-coverage diction...

    Max Silberztein in Automata Implementation (1998)

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    Chapter and Conference Paper

    The lexical analysis of French

    The automatic linguistic analysis of texts requires basic information about the simple and compound words of the text. Lexical analysis is the preliminary step before syntactic analysis. We have shown that imp...

    Max Silberztein in Electronic Dictionaries and Automata in Computational Linguistics (1989)