For those of you who are looking to enhance your search (and other applications) capabilities with Natural Language Processing capabilities like named entity extraction, parsing, sentence detection and others techniques, do take note that the long standing Sourceforge project, OpenNLP, has entered incubation at the Apache Software Foundation. I think this is a great move for the project as it will no doubt bring greater contributions and attention from a wider audience leading to many new enhancements and bug fixes.We are still in the very early stages of moving things over from Sourceforge, but do keep your eyes on the Apache Incubator site and the OpenNLP site for news of when the new site is live and when the code has officially moved.
- About Lucene Solr
- Reference Materials
Blog | Got A Cool Story? Post It Here.
Connect With Us!
- Lucene/Solr Revolution 2014: Community Voting Ends June 30
- End-to-end Payload Example in Solr
- What is Search Relevancy?
Announcements Apache ApacheCon Big data Big data ecosystem Chump cloud Cloud Computing Dismax Enterprise Search Erik Hatcher Faceting Function Query Grant Ingersoll Hadoop ISFDB Lucene Lucene/Solr Lucene/Solr Case Studies Lucene/Solr Revolution Lucene Solr Lucene Solr Revolution LucidWorks LucidWorks Search Mahout MapR Mark Miller NoSQL Nutch Open Source Open Source Search PyLucene Query Parser Release Result Grouping Road to Revolution Ruby Solr Solr 4.0 SolrCloud Spatial Search Technical Articles Tika Videos & Podcast Whitepapers