[Illinois-ml-nlp-users] Which FDG Parsers are compatible with Fex ?
mssammon at illinois.edu
Tue Dec 28 09:31:28 CST 2010
Fex uses a non-standard representation for input of dependency paths etc.
I don't know of any parsers that provide output that can be used without
Fex uses sensors in its Sensors.cpp file to define feature generation functions:
to extend it to accept your output, you'd need to write sensors that process
the relevant column info. Fex reads input as whitespace-separated columns,
so when you generate the column format you need to keep that in mind.
---- Original message ----
>Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2010 12:53:54 +0530
>From: Sourajit Basak <sourajit.basak at gmail.com>
>Subject: [Illinois-ml-nlp-users] Which FDG Parsers are compatible with Fex ?
>To: illinois-ml-nlp-users at cs.uiuc.edu
> I am working on an experimental chatbot and planning
> to use FEX.
> Can I use the output from Connexor's FDG Parser
> verbatim as the corpus to Fex ? The FDG parser demo
> can be found online at
> Here is the output from "A chatbot is a software
> program that can talk to human beings"
> # Text Baseform Syntactic Syntax and
> relation morphology
> 1 A a det:>2 @DN> %>N DET
> @SUBJ %NH
> 2 chatbot chatbot subj:>3 Heur N NOM SG
> 3 is be main:>0 @+FMAINV %VA
> V PRES SG3
> 4 a a det:>6 @DN> %>N DET
> 5 software software attr:>6 @A> %>N N NOM
> 6 program program comp:>3 @PCOMPL-S %NH
> N NOM SG
> 7 that that subj:>8 @SUBJ %NH
> <Rel> PRON
> 8 can can v-ch:>9 @+FAUXV %AUX
> V AUXMOD
> 9 talk talk mod:>6 @-FMAINV %VA
> V INF
> 10 to to ha:>9 @ADVL %EH
> 11 human human attr:>12 @A> %>N A ABS
> 12 beings being pcomp:>10 @<P %NH N NOM
> 13 . .
> 14 <s> <s>
> If not, what FDG parsers are usable with Fex. I am
> looking for the ones that do not require any manual
> modification of the output.
> Sourajit Basak
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