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Links 1 through 10 of 115 by Juan Manuel Caicedo tagged java

Metrics provides a powerful toolkit of ways to measure the behavior of critical components in a production environment.

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Jerboa is a package for prototyping randomized/streaming algorithms and data structures, primarily intended for HLT applications

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Luke fork for Lucene 4.1 (mavenized)

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The Miniature Java Web Server is built as a servlet container with HTTPD servlet providing standard Web server functionality. The server is pretty small as in Java code as in result byte code. General purpose of the Web server is running and debugging servlets.

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A Sinatra inspired micro web framework for quickly creating web applications in Java with minimal effort.

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Talismane is a statistical transition-based dependency parser for natural languages written in Java.

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Argparse4j is a command line argument parser library for Java based on Python's argparse.

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A Java library to create, process and manage mixtures of exponential families

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The tools provide a pipeline of modules that carry out lemmatization, part-of-speech tagging, dependency parsing, and semantic role labeling of a sentence.

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This project provides several NLP tools such as a dependency parser, a semantic role labeler, a penn-to-dependency converter, a prop-to-dependency converter, and a morphological analyzer. All tools are written in Java and developed by the Computational Language and EducAtion Research (CLEAR) group at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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