chunker

chunker

(programming)
A program like Unix's "split" which breaks an input file into parts, usually of a pre-set size, e.g. the maximum size that can fit on a floppy. The parts can then be assembled with a dechunker, which is usually just the chunker in a different mode.
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com with team name and members; two classes of chunker, pumpkin and apple.
Ramshaw, Marcus, 1995] reported that NP chunker to identify the base noun phrase.
William, born 10 weeks premature, weighed less than three pounds and spent six weeks in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at UMass Memorial Medical Center, but "now he's a chunker.
As there is no chunker available for Slovene, the basic part-of-speech annotation provided by ToTrTaLe was needed for determining the possible noun phrase structures and the positions of their head nouns.
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Our statistical chunker also treats this task as a probabilistic classification problem, i.
She once worked in a pineapple cannery as chief chunker.
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To identify noun-phrases within a sentence the BaseNP Chunker (2), which was developed at the University of Pennsylvania, was used.
The main CHAOS modules are: a Tokenizer, a morphological analyzer (who identifies the possible morphological interpretation of every token), a part of speech tagger, a named entity recognizer, a chunker (that collects possibly multiple tokens to form bigger grammatical and unambiguous units called chunks), a temporal expressions recognizer, a verb sub-categorization analyzer (for the recognition of the main verbal dependencies) and a shallow syntactic analyzer (for the recognition of remaining and possibly ambiguous dependencies, e.
She was born Bette Davis and once worked in a pineapple cannery as chief chunker.
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