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RelEx is an English-language semantic relationship extractor, built on the Carnegie-Mellon Link Grammar parser. It can identify dependency-grammar dependencies, such as subject, object, indirect object and many other relationships between words in a sentence. It can also provide part-of-speech tagging, noun-number tagging, verb tense tagging, gender tagging, and so on. Relex includes a basic implementation of the Hobbs anaphora (pronoun) resolution algorithm. RelEx also provides semantic relationship framing, similar to that of FrameNet.

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ai anaphora artificial_intelligence computational_linguistics corpus_linguistics dependency dependency_grammar grammar hobbs java linguistics natural_language natural_language_processing nlp opencog parser part_of_speech semantics stanfordparser wordnet

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30 Day Summary

Nov 4 2017 — Dec 4 2017

12 Month Summary

Dec 4 2016 — Dec 4 2017
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