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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That probably didn't go down too well with the Peppa Pig activists that are fed up of Peppa's befuddled old chunker of a dad being the butt of the joke.
The reasons are as follows: (1) The BM-NER approach uses a noun phrase chunker to extract candidate entities, which does not consider the nested entities, thereby reducing the recall.
chunked, chunker ~ chunkud, chunkur 'circular, redondo'
Rule-based chunker receives a sequence of tagged words and then divides the NLQ into relevant phrases.
Eugene Punkin' Chunkin' Competition - Begins at noon Sunday in Science Factory front yard near Autzen Stadium; sponsored by Eugene Maker Space; teams create own launchers under specified rules; to sign up to compete, email Rick@RichardOsgood.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. We love being aunts," Julia said.
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.
Their manufacturing program offers, melon and pineapple peeler; citrus peeler and wedger; mango peeler and destoner; kiwi peeler and slicer; mango finger cutter; coconut desheller; watermelon peeler and chunker; apple peeler; peach pitter; pear peeler, etc.
Keith's "wood chunker" (fabricated from the differential and a brake drum of an old International truck; see it in action at goo.gl/yPiuu), cuts on an ascending bevel so that every revolution of the drum slices off a roughly 2-inch chunk.
In the analysis phase a series of modules (tokenizer, morphological analyzer, part of speech tagger, chunker, named entity recognizer, parser, and word sense disambiguator) generate an intermediate representation that is easy to transfer (syntax transfer, lexical transfer, and some transliteration).