[antlr-interest] Natural language lexical analysis by ANTLR?
hasan_mushtaq at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 21 07:48:37 PDT 2005
I have a very important question. I am required to do lexical anaysis
of a text. That is i am provided with two files, one contains large text(from an article)
and the other contains the keywords that i need to find in the article.
if keyword = method // present in the keyword file
then i have to find all varriants of this keyword that are present in the text
i have to find methods, methodology, methodologies, method...
that is all with the same roots. Also the other way around that is if the
keyword is ionization then i need to find ionize, inonizing..etc
I have gone through the tutorials getting an idea of how ANTLR works but i could'nt
find out if my purpose could be acheived by ANTLR or not. Please let me know if this is
possible by ANTLR. If it is where would i get all the grammer from.
2- Now let me make this a little more complex I have to also find multiple words
like basic set = basics settings etc
3- a little more I have to also find the synonyms.. i.e.
if keyword= road
then find highway, street, etc
parts 2 and 3 are not important right now. please let me know if the first part is
possible or not and if yes how ong would it take and where should i start. Any help would be greatly apprecited. Please reply at hasan_mushtaq at yahoo.com
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