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AMALGAM Automatic Mapping Among Lexico-Grammatical Annotations Models  

Author/Org: AMALGAM at the University of Leeds, UK
Purpose: "The AMALGAM project is an attempt to create a set of mapping algorithms to map between the main tagsets and phrase structure grammar schemes used in various research corpora"
Access: Software is available by email and, shortly, using a web-browser
Notes: Software has been developed to tag text with up to 8 annotation schemes


Author/Org: Oliver Plaehn
Purpose: "Annotate dient der komfortablen und effizienten, semi-automatischen Annotation von Korpusdaten. Es unterstützt die Erstellung kontextfreier Strukturen und erlaubt dabei zusätzlich kreuzende Kanten."
Access: free for research purposes


Author/Org: SEU
Purpose: "ICETree 2 is a dedicated software package written at the Survey of English Usage for developing ICE corpora. ICETree allows researchers to build and manipulate syntactic trees."
Access: free trial version for download


Author/Org: John Goldsmith
Purpose: Automatically performs morphological analysis of a raw text corpus
Access: free
Notes: incorporating the earlier program, WinAutoMorphology


MITRE'S Alembic Workbench

Purpose: A workbench for the development of tagged corpora. Includes a tagger based on Brill's TBL approach


Author/Org: CCG
Purpose: SNoW is a learning program that can be used as a general purpose multi-class classifier and is specifically tailored for learning in the presence of a very large number of features. The learning architecture is a sparse network of linear units over a pre-defined or incrementally acquired feature space (Dan Roth)
Access: free for research purposes



Author/Org: Wolfgang Lezius
Purpose: Morphologiesystem und Tagging in einem Paket;
Access: free download available here

Pizza Chef: a TEI Tag Set Selector

Author/Org: TEI
Purpose: The Pizza Chef helps you design your own TEI-conformant document type definition (DTD) in either SGML or XML format.
Access: It is free



Author/Org: John Goldsmith
Purpose: "AutoMorphology is a program that takes in a corpus ranging from 5K words to 1,000,000 words and performs a morphological analysis of the text, determining the stems and the range of suffixes permitted by each stem, and seeking suppletive stem alternations based on regular correspondences that AutoMorphology uncovers in the text."
Access: free

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