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PropertiesUtils (Stanford JavaNLP API)

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/nlp/javadoc/javanlp/edu/stanford/nlp/util/PropertiesUtils.html

FREEtrue iff the given Properties contains a property with the given key (name), and its value is not "false" or "no" or "off". hasPropertyPrefix public static boolean hasPropertyPrefix(Properties props, String prefix) asProperties public static Properties asProperties ... ... See Details

The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/software/tagger.shtml

FREETagger properties are now saved with the tagger, making taggers more portable; tagger can be trained off of treebank data or tagged text; fixes classpath bugs in 2 June 2008 patch; new foreign language taggers released on 7 July 2008 and packaged with 1.5.1. English / Full … ... See Details

Enabling Language Models to Fill in the Blanks

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/pubs/donahue2020infilling.pdf

FREEwhich can be fed to an off-the-shelf LM. 3.1 Formulation Fedus et al.(2018) explore an infilling framework where LMs are trained on concatenations of x~ and x, i.e., they use LMs to directly predict given ~. While their approach is effective at infilling individ-ual words, it … ... See Details

Software - The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group

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FREEFor general use and support questions, you're better off using Stack Overflow or joining and using java-nlp-user. You cannot join java-nlp-support, but you can mail questions to [email protected] ... See Details

PropertiesUtils (Stanford JavaNLP API)

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/nlp/javadoc/javanlp-3.5.2/edu/stanford/nlp/util/PropertiesUtils.html

FREEtrue iff the given Properties contains a property with the given key (name), and its value is not "false" or "no" or "off". asString public static java.lang.String asString(java.util.Properties props) ... See Details

The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/software/classifier.shtml

FREEFor general use and support questions, you're better off using Stack Overflow or joining and using java-nlp-user. You cannot join java-nlp-support , but you can mail questions to [email protected] . ... See Details

Document Classification using Deep Belief Nets

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/courses/cs224n/2008/reports/10.pdf

FREEbe in one of two states, “on” or “off”. The probability of a neuron turning on is a sigmoid function of its bias, weights on connections it has with all other neurons in the network, and the states of all other neurons in the network. A Boltzmann machine is defined in ... See Details

QNMinimizer (Stanford JavaNLP API)

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/nlp/javadoc/javanlp/edu/stanford/nlp/optimization/QNMinimizer.html

FREEMINPACK: This routine is based off of the implementation used in MINPACK. This routine finds a point satisfying the Wolfe conditions, which state that a point must have a sufficiently smaller function value, and a gradient of smaller magnitude. This provides enough to prove theoretically quadratic convergence. ... See Details

Sentiment Extraction and Classification of Movie Reviews

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/courses/cs224n/2004/huics_kgoel_final_project.htm

FREEThere are a number of constants in ReviewClassifier.java that can be used to turn on and off various features in the training and testing process. In addition, there is a constant array of strings where you can specify which parts of speech the algorithm will use for learning and testing. In general, we used {“ JJ ”}. ... See Details

An example information retrieval problem

Link: https://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/html/htmledition/an-example-information-retrieval-problem-1.html

FREEIn it, a system aims to provide documents from within the collection that are relevant to an arbitrary user information need, communicated to the system by means of a one-off, user-initiated query. An information need is the topic about which the user desires to know more, and is differentiated from a query , which is what the user conveys to ... ... See Details