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Jul 01 '10 at 09:30

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Might be institutional bias, but I highly recommend the Berkeley Parser, which is state-of-the-art. I've found that its performance suffers a bit less from parsing non-newswire text relative to other parsers. Two small things: (1) it reports parse forest posteriors if you need them and (2) it is multi-core out of the box.

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Jul 03 '10 at 11:51

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Might be institutional bias, but I highly recommend the Berkeley Parser, which is state-of-the-art. I've found that its performance suffers a bit less from parsing non-newswire text relative to other parsers. Two small things: (1) it reports parse forest posteriors if you need them and (2) it is multi-core out of the box.

Update: I have a wrapper around the Berkeley Parser in my NLP Clojure package Mochi. See parser.clj.

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