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Machinese English Phrase Tagger, a dependency syntactic parser for English


en-mpt is a dependency syntactic parser for English.

Version and Copyright Information


Machinese Phrase Tagger 4.4


 Copyright (c) Connexor Oy, 1997-2004
 ( en: 4.37 : 2004/02/11 09:32:06 )
 language model 4.60 compilation 2004-02-23 / 500@magna



[]$ echo "This is a test" | en-mpt


This    this    @NH     PRON
is      be      @MAIN   V IND PRES
a       a       @PREMOD DET
test    test    @NH     N

Help, Manuals and Documentation

help commands:
en-mpt --help
man en-mpt

further information:

usage: en-mpt [-flags] files
 -h             -- print this page
 -v             -- print version
 -k --keep-sgml -- let markup codes and comments pass through the parser
 --text         -- text output format (default)
 --annotate     -- annotated output format
 --np-tag       -- noun phrase tagger output
 --custom=file  -- apply a custom lexicon
 --port=number  -- start the server mode and listen to the given port
 --message      -- each message is analysed separately
 --message0     -- each message is analysed separately. 
                   The result is terminated with a null.

More documentation related to the Connexor tools is available in the CSC Scientist´s User Interface at This documentation is only available to CSC's customers.


License Text

Other Information

Field of science: Linguistics


License: LicenseTypeA

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See also: KitWiki.SuomenKielipankki:Dev:Linguistics_Software, Old.ToolResources
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Topic revision: r10 - 2008-11-21 - HennaRiikkaLaitinen
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