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NAME ^

utils.pod - WordNet::SenseRelate::TargetWord supporting utilities

SYNOPSIS ^

The '/utils' subdirectory of the package contains supporting Perl programs. As part of the standard install, these are also installed into the system directories, and can be accessed from any working directory if the common system directories (/usr/bin, /usr/local/bin, etc.) are in your path.

DESCRIPTION ^

The '/utils' directory of the package contains a few support Perl programs, that provide command-line and graphical interfaces to the Perl modules are provided in the '/utils' directory of the package.

disamb.pl

Performs Word Sense Disambiguation on Senseval-2 lexical sample data. It uses the WordNet::SenseRelate::Reader::Senseval2 module to read a Senseval2 lexical sample file, and then disambiguates each of the instances using the WordNet::SenseRelate::TargetWord module.

Usage: disamb.pl [ [--config FILE] [--wnpath WNPATH] [--trace] XMLFILE | --help | --version]

--config=FILENAME Specifies a configuration file (FILENAME) to set up the various configuration options.

--wnpath=WNPATH WNPATH specifies the path of the WordNet data files. Ordinarily, this path is determined from the $WNHOME environment variable. But this option overides this behavior.

--trace Indicates that trace information be printed.

--help Displays this help screen.

--version Displays version information.

Example:

To disambiguate an English lexical sample file using the default options

  disamb.pl eng-lex-samp.xml

To dismabiguate an English lexical sample file, specifying configuration options and trace output

  disamb.pl --config config.txt --trace eng-lex-sample.xml
wps2sk.pl

Creates a word#pos#sense to sensekey mapping of a Senseval-2 answer file (output by disamb.pl). In order to be able to evaluate the output of disamb.pl using software provided by the Senseval organizers, we need to covert the output of disamb.pl to the "SenseKey" format.

Usage: wps2sk.pl [ [ --wnpath WNPATH] [FILE...] | --help | --version ]

--wnpath=WNPATH WNPATH specifies the path of the WordNet data files. Ordinarily, this path is determined from the $WNHOME environment variable. But this option overides this behavior.

--quiet Run in quiet mode -- does not print informational messages. But it does print warning or error messages if any.

--help Displays this help screen.

--version Displays version information.

Example:

To convert a captured output from disamb.pl

  wps2sk.pl output.txt

Typically used in a pipe with disamb.pl

  disamb.pl xmlfile.xml | wps2sk.pl --quiet
disamb-gui.pl

Performs Word Sense Disambiguation on Senseval-2 lexical sample data (graphical interface to WordNet::SenseRelate::TargetWord). It uses the WordNet::SenseRelate::Reader::Senseval2 module to read a Senseval2 lexical sample file, and then allows the user to pick the instances that she wishes to disambiguate.

Usage: disamb-gui.pl [ [--config FILE] [--wnpath WNPATH] [XMLFILE] | --help | --version]

--config=FILENAME Specifies a configuration file (FILENAME) to set up the various configuration options.

--wnpath=WNPATH WNPATH specifies the path of the WordNet data files. Ordinarily, this path is determined from the $WNHOME environment variable. But this option overides this behavior.

--help Displays this help screen.

--version Displays version information.

AUTHORS ^

 Ted Pedersen, University of Minnesota, Duluth
 tpederse at d.umn.edu

 Siddharth Patwardhan, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
 sidd at cs.utah.edu

 Satanjeev Banerjee, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
 banerjee+ at cs.cmu.edu

KNOWN BUGS ^

None.

ALSO SEE ^

intro.pod, WordNet::SenseRelate::TargetWord(3pm)

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2005 Ted Pedersen, Siddharth Patwardhan, and Satanjeev Banerjee

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.

Note: a copy of the GNU Free Documentation License is available on the web at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html and is included in this distribution as FDL.txt.

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