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Stanford parser

I uploaded the Stanford parser to my hosted server and it works fine. I want to figure out how to make it accessible on the web as they have done at I can't peek under the hood of their page because it's down at the moment, but I assume it's just a matter of embedding the java in an html file, something I haven't done in long time. What I'd really like to do is get the Grammar browser to work online (see below).

There's an extension for this parser that outputs a tree-structure parse. It's located at:

I've installed this extension and it works beautifully, though only in English and French 'out of the box'. There must be a way to add the Chinese functionality of the Stanford parser to it. On that note, there must be a way to add traditional Chinese functionality to the Stanford parser without too much trouble. The grammar is no different; it's just a matter of using two different sets of fonts. They're already using CDICT... so I'm not sure why it's only built for simplified.

Phrase structure rules and constituents

Odds and ends

Things I haven't had time to really look into yet.

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