English Noun Phrase
The English Noun Phrase application is to parse noun phrases written in the English language. There are three main classes.
EnglishWord and EnglishNoun, compute morphological and syntactic properties of English words and nouns.
Nounphrase1 class includes the graphical user interface and the semantic methods called from the semantic value features fields of an ASDGrammar nounphrasesimple.grm for simple English noun phrases.
More implementation details available at the English package page. NounPhrase1 is an example that provides semantic interpretations for English noun phrases.
The URL to type in the top text field area must be entered like so here: http://www.asd-networks.com/grammars/nounphrasesimple.grm with the file name. Although this example has a grammar file entered already but you can change it.
The grammar file name, in URL form, is to be typed in the text field area with an ENTER KEY at the end to trigger the text input event listener in Java.
This URL " http://www.asd-networks.com/grammars/ " displays an extensive list of grammar modules to choose from depending on the English phrase structure to be parsed and the application used. The "npX.grm" , for example, is a file merge of all those modules.
It provides a graphical user interface for accepting phrases from a user and attempting to parse them as English noun phrases. Launch the java Web Start version to try it.