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[java-nlp-user] Stanford NLP: updated versions of everything
horatio at gmail.com
Wed May 25 17:48:24 PDT 2011
Thanks for pointing this out. To be honest, I was unaware of this
.xsl. I'll look into fixing it.
On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 5:31 PM, Alexander Yeh <asy at mitre.org> wrote:
> Thank you for the update.
> I tried this on the example given in
> "Stanford University is located in California.
> It is a great university."
> The coreference output for this used to be
> (from http://nlp.stanford.edu/software/corenlp_output.html):
> <source sentence="2" token="5"/>
> <destination sentence="2" token="1"/>
> which displays as (from http://nlp.stanford.edu/software/example.xml):
> "source (sentence 2, token 5) -- destination (sentence 2, token 1)"
> The coreference output for this is now
> (from the attached sample-input-frm-Stanford-instructions.txt.xml):
> <mention representative="true">
> where the current "head" takes the place of the "token" in the old format,
> and the entire chunk is marked between "start" and "end" (not including
> Unfortunately, the current style sheet given
> (attached as CoreNLP-to-HTML.xsl)
> cannot handle this new coreference format and displays nothing in the
> coreference link area.
> A current browser display for this example is attached as
> Thank you
> John Bauer wrote:
>> Stanford NLP is pleased to announce the following updates:
>> CoreNLP: coref output updated so it no longer takes quadratic space,
>> allows pretokenized input
>> Tagger: now supports TSV input files
>> NER: updated to be compatible with the NER found in CoreNLP
>> Parser: minor bug fixes
>> Segmenter, tregex, classifier: all updated to avoid .jar conflicts
>> All of these releases are available at:
>> java-nlp-user mailing list
>> java-nlp-user at lists.stanford.edu
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