I spent the weekend comparing the Stanford parser to RelEx, and learned a lot. RelEx really does deserve to be called a "semantic relation extractor", and not just a "dependency relation extractor". It provides a more abstract, more semantic output than the Stanford parser, which sticks very narrowly to the syntactic structure of a sentence. I wrote up a few paragraphs on the most prominent differences; most of my updates were to the RelEx dependency relations page. Here are the main bullet poin More

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