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ImageMagick® is a software suite to create, edit, and compose bitmap images. It can read, convert and write images in a variety of formats (over 100) including DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. Use ImageMagick to translate, flip, mirror, rotate, scale ... [More]
Leptonica LibraryThe library supports many operations that are useful onDocument images Natural images Fundamental image processing and image analysis operationsRasterop (aka bitblt) Affine transforms (scaling, translation, rotation, shear) on images of arbitrary pixel depth Binary and grayscale ... [More]
The Helsinki Finite-State Transducer toolkit is intended for processing natural language morphologies. The toolkit is demonstrated by wide-coverage implementations of a number of languages of varying morphological complexity.
An open source implementation of Beta software. Beta, originally developed by Benny Brodda on 1970's, can be used for corpus work, such as processing and analyzing text. Briefly, Beta takes a set of rules and the text to be processed as input and processes the text according to the rules.
Iuimage is a C++ library of image processing functions for document analysis and image understanding. It's being used as part of the OCRopus system, but is also useful independently. The library contains grayscale and color image processing routines, grayscale morphology, and fast binary ... [More]
Hunpos is an open source reimplementation of TnT, the well known part-of-speech tagger by Thorsten Brants. FeaturesFree and open source, even for commercial use. For languages with more complex morphologies, HMM tagging could be quite competitive with the current generation of learning ... [More]
PyLatinam is Python module that deals with linguistic processing of Latin language words. This includes for time being declension and conjugation (morphology), with plans to upgrade code to support more processing, even on syntactic level.
ElixirFM is a high-level implementation of Functional Arabic Morphology documented at http://elixir-fm.wiki.sourceforge.net/. The core of ElixirFM is written in Haskell, while interfaces in Perl support lexicon editing and other interactions.