This is software produced in various projects of Torbjörn Lager. As a general rule, you may use it for research and scholarly purposes only. Any commercial use of these programs can only be done with Torbjörn Lager's permission.
This is a comprehensive system for transformation-based learning. Train your
part-of-speech taggers, unknown word guessers, NP-chunkers, dialogue act taggers,
word sense disambiguators, etc. using this tool. Comes with compilers for building
taggers in Prolog or Java (and soon also for Oz/Mozart.)
This is a light version of the µ-TBL system. Motivation is mainly pedagogical.
Peewee Power! Great for word sense disambiguation, part of speech tagging, etc.
Oz/Mozart is already a very interesting platform for NLP. I willl do my best
to make it even more so. Here are my first attempts: a tagger tool, a text categorization
package, a tokenizer, and a sentence splitter.
A tiny implementation of Viterbi tagging using HMMs. Motivation is mainly pedagogical.
An attempt to implement XPath and XSLT in Prolog. Not finished.
A suite of Macintosh programs for teaching grammar formalisms. Written together
with Björn Beskow and Joakim Nivre.
Amusing things you can do with Finite State Machines.
An interpreter for Extended Regular Expressions.