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The TreeAligner Project

The TreeAligner is a tool for annotating and browsing correspondences between elements of syntactical trees. It can be used for creating paralell treebanks. It also includes a powerful search function.

Introduction

The TreeAligner allows you to create links between corresponding nodes (or words) in two treebanks in different languages. This is useful for creating parallel treebanks, which have a wide array of linguistic applications, most notably machine translation.

The TreeAligner displays trees from input files in TIGER-XML format with

  • node labels
  • edge labels
  • and even crossing branches,

making it useful for browsing TIGER-XML files as well.

Starting Points

Project

The TreeAligner is availabe under the GNU GPL.

Copyright © 2005-2009 TreeAligner Project

  • Programmers
    • Torsten Marek <marek@…>
    • Joakim Lundborg <joakim.lundborg@…>
    • Sandra Roth <sroth@…>
  • Previous Programmers
    • Maël Mettler ✝
  • Project Head
    • Martin Volk <volk@…>

Trac

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For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.