NLP parser needed (c++ preferred)

NLP parser needed (c++ preferred)

Post by cs_har » Tue, 14 Dec 2004 22:32:53

I have an application that currently tokenizes and tags text. I am
looking for a NLP parser I can add, so that I am able to detect
sentence structures such as comma splices and incomplete/run-on

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