part-of-speech love

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  • adj. Attributive form of part of speech, noun.

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Examples

  • Instead of thinking up a few, I made a quick script to part-of-speech tag the original list of 6,500 artist names that we were considering.

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  • Apart from the verb, all the other part-of-speech classes in Bulgarian could be compared to planets within the solar system of Bulgarian grammar.

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  • · Powerful searching options for both vocabulary and kanjis, such as part-of-speech, JLPT level, etc.

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  • It can also provide part-of-speech tagging, noun-number tagging, verb tense tagging, gender tagging, and so on.

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  • · Indexes inline and offset text annotations (e.g., part-of-speech and named entities) · Indexes document attributes

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  • MALLET provides facilities not only for document classification, but also information extraction, part-of-speech tagging, noun phrase segmentation, and much more.

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  • Indeed, we could all stand to revisit the part-of-speech tagging exercises we learned in grade school.

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  • The user would tag a search term to indicate the syntactic role the term plays -- for instance, the part-of-speech (noun, verb, etc.) -- or its semantic meaning -- whether it's a company name, location, or event.

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  • Its low level components, for example the software that discovers sentence and word boundaries, assigns word part-of-speech tags and forms phrases out of the words, are "trained" to understand clinical language.

    Medgadget

  • Its low level components, for example the software that discovers sentence and word boundaries, assigns words part-of-speech tags and forms phrases out of the words, are "trained" to understand clinical language.

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