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Old 12-25-2010, 10:00 AM
Joost van Baal
 
Default Bug#607964: ITP: ucto -- Unicode Tokenizer

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Joost van Baal <joostvb-debian-bugs-20101225-3@mdcc.cx>

* Package name : ucto
Upstream Author : ILK Research Group, Tilburg University, http://ilk.uvt.nl
* URL : http://ilk.uvt.nl/mbt/
* License : GPL-3
Programming Lang: C++
Description : Unicode Tokenizer

Ucto can tokenize UTF-8 encoded text files (i.e. separate words from
punctuation, split sentences, generate n-grams), and offers several other
basic preprocessing steps (change case, count words/characters and reverse
lines) that make your text suited for further processing such as indexing,
part-of-speech tagging, or machine translation.
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Ucto is a product of the ILK Research Group, Tilburg University (The
Netherlands).
.
If you are interested in machine parsing of UTF-8 encoded text files, e.g. to
do scientific research in natural language processing, ucto will likely be of
use to you.

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Upstream has not yet officially released ucto; currently there's just an
obsolete prerelease snapshot and some promissing code in SVN (not git). See
also https://github.com/proycon , http://proylt.anaproy.nl/en/software/ and
http://proylt.anaproy.nl/media/software/ .

The frog package (See Bug#605905: ITP: frog -- tagger and parser for Dutch
language) will depend upon ucto. Frog will be the new name and reincarnation
of tadpole, see http://ilk.uvt.nl/tadpole/ .

Bye,

Joost

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