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WordFreak: An Open Tool for Linguistic Annotation

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WordFreak: An Open Tool for Linguistic Annotation
WordFreak is a natural language annotation tool that has been designed to be easy to extend to new domains and tasks. Specifically, a plug-in architecture has been developed which allows components to be added to WordFreak for customized visualization, annotation specification, and automatic annotation, without re-compilation. The APIs for these plug-ins provide mechanisms to allow automatic annotators or taggers to guide future annotation to supports active learning. At present WordFreak can be used to annotate a number of different types of annotation in English, Chinese, and Arabic including: constituent parse structure and dependent annotations, and ACE named-entity and coreference annotation. The Java source code for WordFreak is distributed under the
Thomas S. Morton, Jeremy LaCivita
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where NAACL
Authors Thomas S. Morton, Jeremy LaCivita
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