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Linked Hypernyms: Enriching DBpedia with Targeted Hypernym Discovery T Kliegr – Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the …, 2014 – Elsevier … Consequently, using a JAPE grammar, a regular expressions language referencing the underlying text as well as the assigned POS tags, the hypernym “writer” is extracted. … The precision and recall of the grammars was improved. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 17 versions

On Detecting Noun-Adjective Agreement Errors in Bulgarian Language Using GATE N Borisova, G Iliev, E Karashtranova – arXiv preprint arXiv:1411.0588, 2014 – arxiv.org … splitting, tokenization and POS tagging [8]. The last subtask we will handle using the JAPE (Java Annotation Patterns Engine) transducer, which … Additionally, the limitations imposed by the JAPE grammar can be overcome by invoking custom Java code inside the JAPE rules. … All 2 versions

Linked Hypernyms Dataset-Generation Framework and Use Cases T Kliegr, V Zeman, M Dojchinovski – The 3rd Workshop on Linked …, 2014 – dojchinovski.mk … Creating LHD for another language requires the availability of a POS tagger and a manually devised JAPE grammar. … JAPE – a Java Annotation Patterns Engine (Second edition), Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, 2000. Tech. rep., 2000. … Related articles

Automatic abstraction of imaging observations with their characteristics from mammography reports S Bozkurt, JA Lipson, U Senol… – Journal of the …, 2014 – jamia.oxfordjournals.org … GATE provides a regular expression pattern matching engine called the Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE), which is a … the Location information with the Imaging Observations, we wrote JAPE grammar rules (table 4) for … Grammar, Example sentences, Features of the entities. … Related articles All 4 versions

General Architecture for Text Engineering (GATE) Developer for Entity Extraction: Overview for SYNCOIN M Vanni, A Neiderer – 2014 – DTIC Document … But while the use of Gazetteer lists is simple, the use of JAPE grammar rules is complex. JAPE rules combine to create sets, or phases, in phase files, which, in main.jape, Page 13. 7 … Phases, multiphases, and grammars are discussed further in section 3.4. … Related articles

The Ellogon Pattern Engine: Context-free Grammars over Annotations G Petasis – lrec-conf.org … Finally, the described pattern engine and the graphical grammar editor are distributed along with the El- logon language engineering platform, freely available from http://www.ellogon.org under the LGPL version 3 open source license. … Jape: a java annotation patterns engine. … Related articles All 3 versions

Extracting Information for Context-aware Meeting Preparation S Scerri, B QasemiZadeh… – Proceedings of the …, 2014 – aran.library.nuigalway.ie … Thus, the JAPE grammars behind the AIE need to be re-examined to improve the accuracy of action item recognition in this form of communication. 7 http://srvgal66.deri.ie:8080/ SemantaEvaluation/ … JAPE: a Java Annotation Patterns Engine. … Related articles All 18 versions

Hybrid Named Entity Recognition-Application to Arabic Language MA Meselhi, HM Abo Bakr, I Ziedan… – … & Systems (ICCES), …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … JAPE (Java Annotation Patterns Engine) rI 81 is a pattern matching language that provides [mite state transduction over … A JAPE grammar consists of a set of phases, each phase consists of a set … Figure 4. A rule implemented in JAPE for recognizing organization name using its …

Enriching SE Ontologies with Bug Quality P Schugerl, J Rilling, P Charland – Semantic Web Enabled …, 2014 – books.google.com … of-speech taggers (identification and usage of nouns, verbs, etc.), gazetteer lists (annotation of specific words or sentences) and Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) grammars (annotation of … These can easily be annotated using a part-of-speech tagger and JAPE grammar. …

Multi document summarization based on news components using fuzzy cross-document relations YJ Kumar, N Salim, A Abuobieda, AT Albaham – Applied Soft Computing, 2014 – Elsevier … entities. Once the text documents are annotated with respect to these entities, then by using Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) grammar; as given in Fig. 3, the component sentences are recognized and extracted. We … Cited by 1 Related articles

Making numerical information more accessible: The implementation of a Numerical Expression Simplification System for Spanish S Bautista, H Saggion – International Journal of Applied …, 2014 – ingentaconnect.com … topic of the text, which in itself can be complex for the reader, stylistic and grammatical features of … We defined a series of JAPE grammars in order to tag the different types of numerical expressions in … A JAPE grammar consists of a set of phases, each of which consists of a set of …

Ontology based optimization techniques for information retrieval UK Sridevi – 2014 – ietd.inflibnet.ac.in … {Lookup.minorType == city} ):environName – – >RHS :environName.Location ={kind = “pond”, rule = “Pond”} The JAPE grammar consists of the set of rules and the rules are matched against the input annotation. The rule matches pattern and named entities are annotated. … Related articles All 4 versions

Should I Care about Your Opinion? Detection of Opinion Interestingness and Dynamics in Social Media D Maynard, G Gossen, A Funk, M Fisichella – Future Internet, 2014 – mdpi.com … to match against each other. However, we do restrain the matching (at a later point in the grammar rules) so that a match … a swearing sentiment when it is used as an adjective; • Comment Detector: this set of JAPE grammars identifies comments found in news texts … Related articles All 2 versions

Interleaving Ontology-Based Reasoning and Natural Language Processing for Character Identification in Folktales D Suciu, A Groza – IEEE 10th International Conference on Intelligent …, 2014 – cs-gw.utcluj.ro … folktales. Our semantic tagger is built using several JAPE grammar rules. A JAPE … pipelines. Each pipeline has a set of custom defined JAPE grammar rules used to identify the needed linguistic patterns from the text. We have … Related articles All 2 versions

Rule-based NLP Methodology for Semantic Interpretation of Impact Factors for Construction Claim Cases J Niu, RRA Issa – Computing in Civil and Building Engineering (2014) – ascelibrary.org … Renda Marine, Inc. v. United States, 509 F.3d 1372; 2007 US App. 2007. Thakker, D., Osman, T., and Lakin, P. (2009). GATE JAPE Grammar Tutorial (1.0 Ed.). W3C. (2004). Resource Description Framework (RDF): Concepts and Abstract Syntax. 10 February 2004. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

A Vietnamese Question Answering System in Vietnam’s Legal Documents HT Duong, BQ Ho – Computer Information Systems and Industrial …, 2014 – Springer … module and the Answer Retrieval module achieve an accuracy of 95% and 70% re- spectively, 5% remaining errors are due to the lack of coverage of their Jape grammars in the pattern-matching module. However, the cost for building the database was high. … Related articles All 2 versions

Slicepedia: Content-agnostic slicing resource production for adaptive hypermedia K Levacher, S Lawless, V Wade – Computer Science and …, 2014 – doiserbia.nb.rs … can also be constructed specifi- cally for a given controller using Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) grammar rules … The verb feature analyser consists of a JAPE transducer specifically developed for Slicepedia … and users are assigned a score for each specific grammar point … Related articles All 7 versions

UIMA Ruta: Rapid development of rule-based information extraction applications P Kluegl, M Toepfer, PD Beck… – Natural Language …, 2014 – Cambridge Univ Press … It defines a common formalism for the representation of finite-state grammars. The Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) (Cunningham et al. … Following the CPSL specification, a JAPE grammar consists of a set of phases, which are sequentially executed. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

Ripple Down Rules for Question Answering DQ Nguyen, DQ Nguyen, SB Pham – arXiv preprint arXiv:1412.4160, 2014 – arxiv.org … Based on the grammar of Vietnamese lan- guage [12], we use the JAPE grammars to specify pat- terns over annotations as shown in Table 1. When a noun phrase is matched, an annotation NounPhrase is created to mark up the noun phrase. … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Named entity extraction and disambiguation for informal text: the missing link M Badieh Habib Morgan – 2014 – doc.utwente.nl … 37 3.2 Toponyms extraction JAPE rules. . . . . … To au- tomatically resolve ambiguity, typically the grammatical structure of sentences is used, for instance, which groups of words go together (phrases) and which words are the subject or object of a verb. … Related articles All 3 versions

Segmentation of patent claims for improving their readability G Ferraro, H Suominen, J Nualart – Proceedings of the 3rd Worshop on …, 2014 – aclweb.org … The rules were Table 2: Dataset demographics # claims # segments # words Training set 811 4397 48939 Development set 10 15 260 Test set 80 491 5517 written in terms of JAPE grammars.2 In order to process the rules, the GATE pipeline illustrated in Figure 3 was applied. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Requirement boilerplates: Transition from manually-enforced to automatically-verifiable natural language patterns C Arora, M Sabetzadeh, LC Briand… – … Patterns (RePa), 2014 …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … This language, called Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE), is a regular-expression- based pattern matching language. … Subsequently, conformance rules are imple- mented using JAPE. … 1) Boilerplate Grammar: Figure 5 shows BNF grammars for Rupp’s and EARS … Related articles All 7 versions

Towards Linked Hypernyms Dataset 2.0: Complementing DBpedia with Hypernym Discovery and Statistical Type Inference T Kliegr, O Zamazal – … of The Ninth International Conference on …, 2014 – lrec-conf.org … framework is implemented on top of GATE.1 The core of the system is a JAPE transducer (a GATE component) which applies lexico-syntactic patterns encoded as grammar in the JAPE language on the first sen- tence of Wikipedia articles. The extraction grammars re- quire that … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Semano: Semantic Annotation Framework for Natural Language Resources D Berry, N Nikitina – The Semantic Web–ISWC 2014, 2014 – Springer … It should be noted that the above difference is uninfluenced by the fact that the JAPE grammar provides the construct MACRO which can be applied to reuse identical parts within rule bodies. For instance, if the expression in line 7, Fig. … Related articles

A Novel Hybrid Approach to Arabic Named Entity Recognition MA Meselhi, HMA Bakr, I Ziedan, K Shaalan – Machine Translation, 2014 – Springer … AlHzb AlwTny AldymqrATy National Democratic Party Secondly, execute a finite-state transducer, based on a set of local grammar rules that are implemented using JAPE. The following example illustrates an implemented rule for recognizing an organization name. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Class Responsibility Assignment (CRA) for Use Case Specification to Sequence Diagrams (UC2SD) N Jali, D Greer, P Hanna – Software Engineering Conference ( …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Each token (ie number, word, punctuation) is then assigned with Part-of-Speech (POS) tags where the grammars are based on Penn Treebank Tagset which applies the Hepple’s Brill-style tagger [23]. … Next, the JAPE transducer will trigger the grammar rule to identify and … Related articles All 2 versions

Information Buried in Information Technology Service Contracts: Extracting Process–Performance Interrelationships AV Deokar, S Sen – Service Science, 2014 – pubsonline.informs.org … specific KPI. This is done internally using JAPE grammar rules in GATE that support pattern matching and are essentially a set of finite-set transducers, with each transducer containing a different type of rule. The developed JAPE … Related articles

Shallow parsing on word lattices B Zaborowski – Pacific Voice Conference (PVC), 2014 XXII …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … For a more reasonable evaluation in the context of an application in the speech recognition process a more suit- able grammar is needed. … [2] H. Cunningham, D. Maynard, and V. Tablan, “JAPE: a java annotation patterns engine (second edition),” of Sheffield, Department of … Related articles

Conceptual Dependency Scripts for Business Intelligence V Damjanovic – understander.salzburgresearch.at … and resources (Cuningham et al., 2002) to obtain a set of linguistic annotations which are further extended by JAPE grammars to identify terms … GINSENG uses a small static grammar that is dynamically extended with elements from the loaded ontologies and allows an easy … Related articles

Learning Ontologies from Software Artifacts: Exploring and Combining Multiple Choices K Bontcheva – Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering, 2014 – books.google.com … hence the files, which contains grammars consisting of rules). Page 260. 248 Bontcheva Term FreqTerm FreqTerm FreqTerm Freq pos tagger 44 jape rule 33 property name 27 token annot. 23 jape file 34 sent. splitter 30 jape transducer 24 jar file 19 jape grammar 34 gazetteer …

An Introduction to Question Answering over Linked Data C Unger, A Freitas, P Cimiano – Reasoning Web. Reasoning on the Web …, 2014 – Springer … Approaches Based on Formal Grammars: Systems based on formal gram- mars, such as ORAKEL and Pythia (see Section 4.2 below), typically rely on linguistic grammars that assign a … of a question by combining the meaning of the parts as specified in the grammar. … Related articles All 4 versions

Amazighe Named Entity Recognition using a A rule based approach S Boulaknadel, M Talha… – Computer Systems and …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The proposed module of extraction is based on using a symbolic approach, based upon JAPE (Java Annotation Patterns Engine) which is a finite … D. Local Grammars for Person, Location, Date, Numbers and Organization Name Recognition The grammar describes patterns …

An ontology-based information extraction (OBIE) framework for analyzing initial public offering (IPO) prospectus J Tao, AV Deokar, OF El-Gayar – System Sciences (HICSS), …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … taggers, gazetteers, pattern-matching grammars, stemmers, and co-reference resolution [27]. Some of these implementations have been modified to support the information extraction module in our prototype system. A grammar rule language named JAPE (Java Annotations … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

Semantic recommender system for Malaysian tourism industry/Tirad Mohammed Aref Almalahmeh MAA Tirad – 2014 – studentsrepo.um.edu.my … GUI Graphical User Interface ICT Information and Communication Technology JAPE Java Annotation Patterns Engine jOWL Plug-in JavaScript library for visualizing OWL-RDFS documents MTO Malaysia Tourism Ontology NL Natural Language NLI Natural Language Interface …

Towards Knowledge Extraction from Electronic Health Records-Automatic Negation Identification I B?rb?n?an, R Potolea – … Conference on Advancements of Medicine and …, 2014 – Springer … We defined lists for each negation list from NegEx and created a new jape processing resource where we added the rules for a grammar to identify occurrences of the ex- pressions defined in the gazetteers in the provided text doc- uments. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Mining Bio Medical Literature Using Ontology Based Text Mining M Gayathri, K Mythili, RJ Kannan – caesjournals.org … grammatical elements in a sentence, such as noun phrases and verb phrases, whereas deep parsers generate a complete representation of the grammatical structure of … The grammar rules for creating semantic annotation are written in a language called JAPE, which is … Related articles

NLP-based faceted search: Experience in the development of a science and technology search engine MG Armentano, D Godoy, M Campo… – Expert Systems with …, 2014 – Elsevier … This process assigns to every word in the sentence a grammatical category (noun, verb, article, etc.). … NER rules were written using Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE). This engine enables the transformation of a previously tagged text using a grammar based on regular … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

EM programmer’s notebook: Effective search and exploitation of electromagnetic knowledge in the Web DB Davidson, A Esposito, L Tarricone… – Antennas and …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Automatic annotation tools operate text interpretation based on knowledge of grammatical rules. … ANNIE packages can be customized to specific needs by using the Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) language [11], ie, by writing a set of pattern/action rules the left-hand … Related articles All 2 versions

Socio-Political Event Extraction Using a Rule-Based Approach V Danilova, S Popova – On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: OTM …, 2014 – Springer … Event triggering patterns are acquired via weakly supervised ma- chine learning and are based on JAPE and XTDL, a SProUT platform formalism (http … The use of Chomsky free-context grammars and IAMelchuk’s model ”Meaning text” allows to obtain complete sets of templates. … Related articles

Building ontologies from textual resources: A pattern based improvement using deep linguistic information S Ghadfi, N Béchet, G Berio – ceur-ws.org … is using reliable patterns to correct the ex- traction results of less accurate patterns [8]. Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE), a language … of the JAPE file ontological_relations.jape in Text2Onto’s /3rdparty/gate/english directory … “Grammar of the DTPL language, and examples … Related articles All 2 versions

Database principles in information extraction B Kimelfeld – Proceedings of the 33rd ACM SIGMOD-SIGACT- …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … and Formal Languages]: Formal Languages—Algebraic language theory, Classes defined by grammars or automata … Language (CPSL) [5]. The core IE engine of GATE, called JAPE, processes a … or cascades), each annotating spans with types by ap- plying grammar rules over … Related articles

Mining Fine-grained Argument Elements A Wyner, M Walk – ceur-ws.org … The approach is contrasted against statis- tical/machine learning, high level approaches that specify a grammar, and tasks to annotate single passages of argument. 2 Tool Development and Use … The annotations introduced by gazetteers are used by JAPE rules, creating anno- …

Ge (o) Lo (cator): Geographic Information Extraction from Unstructured Text Data and Web Documents P Nesi, G Pantaleo, M Tenti – Semantic and Social Media …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … A Nearly New Information Extraction system) and pattern recognition extraction (JAPE, Java Annotation Patterns Engine). … building names and internal block information), the following JAPE patterns have been … the system can be initialized with two different grammars (Italian and … Related articles All 3 versions

Natural Language Processing Models V Danilova – foibg.com … Secondly, it is applied for the gazetteer population, grammar building and ontology mapping. … JAPE finite state transducers consist of a left-hand side (LHS) that sets pattern constraints and a right-hand side (RHS … In our experiments we apply cascaded grammars over annotations …

Extracting N-gram terms collocation from tagged Arabic corpus W Alromima, IF Moawad, R Elgohary… – … and Systems (INFOS), …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … In Arabic Information Extraction, there are many problems because of the complex of Arabic’s grammar and ambiguity, and hence this constitutes the … The POS by using a tagged corpus developed at Leeds University and wrote new Jape (Java Annotation Pattern Engine) rules. …

Using Natural Language Processing to Support Interview Analysis A Kaufmann – dirkriehle.com … CPT Concept-Positioning Test DAP Doubly-Anchored Pattern IR Information Retrieval JAPE Java Annotation Patterns Engine ML Machine Learning NER Named Entity Recognition NLP Natural Language Processing POS Part-Of-Speech QDA Qualitative Data Analysis … Related articles All 2 versions

User-centric design and evaluation of a semantic annotation model for scientific documents H de Ribaupierre, G Falquet – … of the 14th International Conference on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … We have created specific JAPE rules to recognize the different types of discourse elements (20 rules to recognize findings, 34 for … create these rules, we started from the manually anno- tated sentences and have analyzed the different patterns of grammatical structures produced … Cited by 1 Related articles

From isolation to involvement: Adapting machine creativity software to support human-computer co-creation A Kantosalo, JM Toivanen, P Xiao… – Proceedings of the Fifth …, 2014 – cs.helsinki.fi … The changes done to facilitate interac- tion in JAPE include keeping a record of jokes offered to a … The grammar template needs to be updated when the user moves the words around. … satisfy some additional con- straints like having a certain part-of-speech and grammatical case … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Newly generated domain-specific language data and tools JLM Fernández, P Martínez, M Ogrodniczuk, M Miháltz – corpus.nytud.hu … GATE General Architecture for Text Engineering IAA Inter Annotator Agreement JAPE Java Annotation Patterns Engine LLT Lowest Level Term MP Members of Parliament NER Named Entity Recognition NLP Natural Language Processing NPCA Narrative Psychological … Related articles

The Research on Chinese Word Segmentation System with Semantic Annotations Information XY Cheng, W Kang, J Zhang, Q Shi – … International Conference on …, 2014 – atlantis-press.com … Of course, these problems can’t be completed in the segmentation system based on grammar. … After obtained the semantic rules and prior knowledge, we use GATE Jape plug to analysis system, the segmentation result is shown in fig 2. Fig. 2. Segmentation Result 197 Page 4. … All 2 versions

Towards content-oriented patent document processing: Intelligent patent analysis and summarization S Brügmann, N Bouayad-Agha, A Burga… – World Patent …, 2014 – Elsevier … The modules have also been developed either using GATE’s Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) or integrated into GATE by a “wrapping” mechanism: the … within the spans using the results of the entity recognition module and a domain-specific grammar that defines the … Related articles

A domain-independent process for automatic ontology population from text C Faria, I Serra, R Girardi – Science of Computer Programming, 2014 – Elsevier … Usually, this phase uses NLP techniques [5] and [6], mainly “Morpho-lexical Analysis”, “Named Entity Recognition” and “Co-References Identification”. “Morpho-lexical Analysis” aims at identifying the grammatical categories of each term in a sentence. … Cited by 5 Related articles

Nouns, verbs, objects, actions, and abstractions: Local fMRI activity indexes semantics, not lexical categories RL Moseley, F Pulvermüller – Brain and language, 2014 – Elsevier … in a main effect of lexical category, would imply that the differential topographies for nouns and verbs are driven by the grammatical categories that … four word categories of 40 words each were employed (please see Appendix A). Abstract nouns (such as ‘clue’, ‘jape’, ‘truce’) were … Cited by 6 Related articles All 7 versions

A survey of Arabic named entity recognition and classification K Shaalan – Computational Linguistics, 2014 – MIT Press … Benedí Ruiz 2007). Rule-based NER systems rely on handcrafted local grammatical rules written by linguists. Grammar rules make use of gazetteers and lexical triggers in the context in which the NEs appear. The main advantage … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

Automated detection and resolution of legal cross references: Approach and a study of Luxembourg’s legislation M Adedjouma, M Sabetzadeh… – … Conference (RE), 2014 …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … With regards to the French grammar, there is only one simplification to note: In French, ordinals can appear both before and after nouns (eg, “paragraphe premier”, “premier paragraphe”); whereas in English, they can appear only before (eg, “first paragraph”). In Fig. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Natural language dependencies for ontological relation extraction MDS Seneviratne… – Advances in ICT for …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Text2Onto develops JAPE(Java Annotation Pattern Engine)[16] rules within GATE(General Architecture for … available, not only parse a given sentence to give the grammar rules, but … representation was designed to provide a simple description of the grammatical relationships …

Architecture and design of the platform M Poch, P Prokopidis, G Thurmair, C Schnober… – 2014 – repositori.upf.edu … means of induction tools, a second order or synthesized derivatives: rich lexica (with morphological, syntactic and lexico-semantic information) and bilingual dictionaries (word and multiword based) and transfer grammars. … lack of a framework like GATE?s JAPE for developing … All 6 versions

Modeling human newspaper readers: The Fuzzy Believer approach R Krestel, S Bergler, R Witte – Natural Language …, 2014 – Cambridge Univ Press … The reporting verb marker is implemented using GATE’s Java Annotation Patterns Engine (JAPE) (Cunningham, Maynard and Tablan 2000 … Currently, we exclude structures where the reported clause is not a grammatical sentence, since infinitival and other omitted constructs no … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Decision Support System to Diagnosis and Classification of Epilepsy in Children R Rijo, C Silva, L Pereira, D Gonçalves… – Journal of Universal …, 2014 – jucs.org … We start with a pre-processing step. In this step documents are first cleaned using a spell checker, replacing acronyms, removing duplicated characters and applying grammar rules. … The rules were implemented with the Java Annotation Pattern Engine (JAPE), a plugin of GATE. … Related articles All 4 versions

Understanding the Foundations and Devices in Humour to Determine Practical Design Methods for Systems That Create and/or Detect Humour in Video Games, … C Molineux – Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, 2014 – Springer … For example, in Embodied Construction Grammar (ECG) the analysis system determines the meaning of specific utterance by analyzing words and larger grammatical constructions such … in the field of computational humour with pun generators (The JAPE program [Binsted … Related articles All 3 versions

Cleaning inconsistencies in information extraction via prioritized repairs R Fagin, B Kimelfeld, F Reiss… – Proceedings of the 33rd …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Formal Languages]: Formal Languages—Algebraic language theory, Classes defined by grammars or automata … transducers [2]. The core IE en- gine of GATE, called JAPE, processes a … document) with types by processing previous annotations by ap- plying grammar rules and … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Arabic Question Answering: Systems, Resources, Tools, and Future Trends M Shaheen, AM Ezzeldin – Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 2014 – Springer … It provides morpho- syntactic features for different Arabic morphemes such as number, gender, person, and grammatical functions … It can use PERL-type regular expressions, NooJ regular expressions and NooJ grammars so that any morphological, lexical, syn- tactic or semantic … Related articles All 2 versions

INDREX: In-database relation extraction T Kilias, A Löser, P Andritsos – Information Systems, 2014 – Elsevier … It provides a set of annotators, a language called JAPE that is based on cascading grammars for combining annotations and a batch-based, document oriented processing system. GATE runs on a remote ‘cloud’ platform or in a local java environment. … Related articles

Crime profiling for the Arabic language using computational linguistic techniques M Alruily, A Ayesh, H Zedan – Information Processing & Management, 2014 – Elsevier … the Gate open-source framework, which includes several modules, such as tokenizer, sentence splitter, POS tagger, noun chunk, and JAPE rules for … keywords (terrorist action words), such as ‘bombed’ and ‘kidnapped’, and is activated within a specific linguistic grammar (eg in … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions

Chemical Text Mining for Lead Discovery M Karthikeyan, R Vyas – Practical Chemoinformatics, 2014 – Springer … POS tagging may be rule based, most often grammatical rules, or based on … the entities and the relationships, eg, Java Annotation Pattern Engine (JAPE) [ 45 , 46 ]. … of probabilistic natural language parsers, both highly optimized probabilistic context-free grammar (PCFG) and … Cited by 1 Related articles

Interactive models of lexicalization: Some constraints from speech error, picture naming, and neuropsychological data TA Harley, SBG MacAndrew – Levy, J.; Bairaktraris, D.; Bullinaria, …, 2014 – books.google.com … Semantic errors show a variety of clear semantic relationships between the target (the word intended by the speaker) and the error or intrusion (examples (6)-(9)).- (6) cold-> warm (antonym) (7) toads turtles (co-ordinates from the same semantic field) (8) jape-> jest (near … Cited by 35 Related articles All 3 versions

Project Final Report C Orasan, R Evans – 2014 – clg.wlv.ac.uk … The LT being developed detects and transforms compound sentences, several types of complex sentence, and sentences containing other grammatical features specified in accordance with user requirements. … UR312 Improper grammar Correct grammar …

Creating a corpus of geospatial language K Stock, RC Pasley, Z Gardner, P Brindley… – Draft available on web at … – academia.edu … Chomskian generative grammar (Chomsky, 1956). Also, these templates do not address the details of language use within categories, as included for example in image schemata (Johnson, 1987; Lakoff, 1990), or individual members of closed-class grammatical categories and … Cited by 1 Related articles

Z Notation: A Formal Method of verification and Validation for Safety Critical system M Singh, R Saxena – eijast.org.uk … 6. JAPE (Just Another Proof Editor) by Bernard Sufrin and Richard Bornat supports typed set theory (Z). 7. Mathias Mathematics in Animation Suite, including advice on using it to animate Z. 8. OOZE, an object-oriented Z environment. … Based on a PreCC Z grammar. … Related articles All 2 versions

What is creativity? JC Roppelt – 2014 – essay.utwente.nl Page 1. Bachelorthesis: What is creativity? Janina Roppelt S1194526 Eindversie June 2014 Universiteit Twente Faculteit der Gedragswetenschappen Opleiding Psychologie 1e Begeleider: Prof. Dr. Frank van der Velde 2 e Begeleider: Dr. Martin Schmettow Page 2. 2 … Cited by 1 Related articles

Robot imagination system JC González Víctores – 2014 – e-archivo.uc3m.es … as those used by Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA), capable of “learning words at the rate of school-aged children” [24], or the Hyperspace Analogue to Language (HAL), capable of “inferring semantic, grammatical, and abstract distinctions” [25]. … Related articles All 2 versions

Information extraction for clinical narratives P Jindal – 2014 – ideals.illinois.edu Page 1. cG 2013 Prateek Jindal Page 2. INFORMATION EXTRACTION FOR CLINICAL NARRATIVES BY PRATEEK JINDAL DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

Development and Utility of Automatic Language Processing Technologies. Volume 2 B Ore, J Gwinnup, S Thorn, M Hutt, D Hoeferlin… – 2014 – DTIC Document … Additional integration of various processing scripts was also performed. Word Aligners: In addition to the previously integrated Posterior Constrained Alignment Toolkit (PostCAT) and Nile word aligners, Phrasal Inversion Transduction Grammar (ITG) … Related articles

Natural Language Processing: Integration of Automatic and Manual Analysis R Eckart de Castilho – 2014 – tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de … 1.1): • The linguist is doing fundamental research, comparing the use of certain uncommon grammatical constructions in different languages. … constructions. He expresses his intuition about his grammatical constructions as query patterns. … Related articles All 3 versions

Mutation extraction tools can be combined for robust recognition of genetic variants in the literature AJ Yepes, K Verspoor – F1000Research, 2014 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov … component couples grammar rules with a normalization step, eg transformation into single-letter format. The system is combined with MutationFinder to identify variants in natural language. OMM has been developed under the GATE platform and it is available as a JAPE-based … Cited by 3 Related articles All 7 versions

The concept of creativity and its synonyms and antonyms retrieved by a free association study S Hartmann – 2014 – essay.utwente.nl … entity or ‘thing’, such as an abstract mental image or idea, a word with a specific grammatical function, an external unitary form, or an element in a system of formal logic” (Rodgers, … were deleted. Also spelling and grammatical errors were corrected, eg Kreierer was changed … Related articles

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Precise information retrieval in semantic scientific digital libraries H De Ribaupierre – 2014 – archive-ouverte.unige.ch … Des règles JAPE ont été créées basées sur la syntaxe grammaticale et des mots-clés pour détecter automatiquement les cinq éléments de discours (findings, définition, hypothèse, méthodes et travaux référencés). … 217 G Jape Rules 235 G.1 Macro common to all Jape rules . . . … Related articles All 3 versions

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