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cs294: Statistical Natural Language Processing Assignment 3: Part-of-Speech Tagging Due: Feb 28th In this assignment, you will build the important components of a part-of-speech tagger, including a local scoring model and a decoder. Setup: The data for this assignment is available on the web page as usual. It uses the same Penn Treebank data as the first assignment, this time with the part-of-speech labels added...

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Statistical cs294: Natural Language Processing Assignment 3: Part-of-Speech Tagging Due: Feb 28th In this assignment, you will build the important components of a part-of-speech tagger, including a local scoring model and a decoder. Setup: The data for this assignment is available on the web page as usual. It uses the same Penn Treebank data as the first assignment, this time with the part-of-speech labels added in. The starting class for this assignment is edu.berkeley.nlp.assignments.POSTaggerTester Make sure you can access the source and data files. The Worlds Worst POS Tagger: Now run the test harness, assignments.POSTaggerTester. You will need to run it with the command line option path DATA_PATH, where DATA_PATH is wherever you have unzipped the assignment data. This class by default loads a fully functional, if minimalist, POS tagger. ...

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