Interface for tagging parts of speech in a sentence
Abstract class for splitting blocks of text into sentences.
Implementation of a Brill Tagger, based on the algorithms of Eric Brill.
Parser which transforms numbers expressed in prose, eg.
Parser to transform semi-scientific numbers such as "1.4 billion" into an integer representation.
Represents a word that has been tagged with a part of speech tag.
Represents a lexical phrase - a group of one or more words.
Finds noun phrases, verb phrases, and prepositional phrases.
DateFormat which extends the functionality of SimpleDateFormat by adding relative references.
Transforms strings according to a pattern.
Utility class for common string operations not supported by Java
Implementation of a sentence splitter that uses western syntax.
Represents a data entry within Princeton Wordnet.
Provides multiple utilities for exploring and extracting information from Princeton Wordnet data files.
Filters DataRecords by matching words in one or more text fields.
Represents an index entry within Princeton Wordnet.
Enumeration representing parts of speech.
This package contains classes supporting lexical parsing of text. It includes parts of speech and utilities for accessing repositories from Princeton WordNet and other lexical information sources.
Princeton WordNet is a product of Princeton University, subject to their licensing and usage guides. This software provides access to materials provided by WordNet free of charge. Prajna makes no claims on rights pertaining to WordNet software or data.
The package also includes text utilities of various types, including textual data formatters.