This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
NLP++ is an open source computer programming language for natural language processing created by Amnon Meyers and David de Hilster in 1998. It operates on input text via multiple passes that elaborate a best-first parse tree. It can access and update a hierarchical knowledge base management system (KBMS) called Conceptual Grammar (CG). NLP++ and CG deploy with an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) called VisualText which supports rapid development of text analyzers. NLP++ is the only computer language exclusively dedicated to natural language processing.
Open Source Links
- VisualText Open Source Website
- VisualText and NLP Engine source repository
- VSCode NLP++ Language Extension (VisualText)
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