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August 1, 2006, 1:04 pm
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I've recently released a program I'd like to share with those
interested in building semantics and natural language processing into
search engines implementations.
Cypher is one of the first software program available which generates
the metadata representation of natural language input. Cypher produces
RDF graph and SeRQL query representations of sentences, clauses,
phrases and questions. The Cypher framework provides a set of robust
definition languages, which can be used to extend and create grammars
and lexicons. Cypher programming is fun to learn and easy to use, and
the specifications are designed to allow a novice to quickly and easily
build transcoders for processing highly complex sentences and phrases
of any natural language, and to cover any vocabulary.
The free software and related documentation can be found at:
Re: Cypher - Natural Language to RDF/SeRQL for the Semantic Web
... nice in a way, but I find it ironic that anyone would require
something automated to produce something natural ...
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