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Mbt: Tilburg Memory Based Tagger

Mbt 3.2 (c) CLST/ILK/CNTS 1998-2016
Centre for Language and Speech Technology, Radboud University Nijmegen
Induction of Linguistic Knowledge Research Group, Tilburg University and
Centre for Dutch Language and Speech, University of Antwerp

Website: https://languagemachines.github.io/mbt

Comments and bug-reports are welcome on our issue tracker at https://github.com/LanguageMachines/mbt/issues, or by mailing lamasoftware (at) science.ru.nl .

Mbt is distributed under the GNU Public Licence v3 (see the file COPYING)

This software has been tested on:

  • Intel platform running several versions of Linux, including Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora (both 32 and 64 bits)
  • Apple platform running Mac OS X 10.10

Compilers:

  • GCC. It is highly recommended to upgrade to at least GCC 4.8
  • Clang

Contents of this distribution:

  • sources
  • Licensing information ( COPYING )
  • Installation instructions ( INSTALL )
  • Build system based on GNU Autotools
  • example data files ( in the demos/ directory )
  • documentation ( in the docs/ directory )

Dependencies: To be able to succesfully build Timbl from the tarball, you need the following pakages:

To install Mbt, first consult whether your distribution's package manager has an up-to-date package. If not, for easy installation of Mbt, TiMBL, and all dependencies, it is included as part of our software distribution LaMachine: https://proycon.github.io/LaMachine .

To compile and install manually from source instead, provided you have all the dependencies installed:

$ bash bootstrap.sh
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make install