Presentation of OpenNLP
Intervenant(s) : Robert Viseur
- Date : Donderdag 11 juli 2013
- Horaire : 16h20
- Durée : 20 minutes
- Lieu : K.3.401
OpenNLP is a software maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. It is a toolkit for the processing of natural language text. It processes advanced tasks such as part-of-speech tagging or named entity extraction. The use with raw texts (eg Web pages) requires careful cleaning with text "boilerplating" tools (eg Boilerpipe) or reverse engineering softwares (eg Web-Harvest). An example of implementing OpenNLP will be presented.
Civil Engineer and Teaching Assistant at the University of Mons (UMons, www.umons.ac.be) in the department of Economics and Management of Innovation, Robert Viseur takes part in the teaching of strategic marketing and innovation at the Faculty of Engineering of Mons (FPMs). His research, initiated under his doctoral thesis, concern the management of co-creation and, more specifically, the management of free and open source projects. Robert Viseur is also Senior Research Engineer for the Centre of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies (CETIC www.cetic.be). His areas of interest are open source technologies and information retrieval. More information about his activities: www.robertviseur.be.