The Conexor FDG parser is what you need. It produces morphological information on the words but also the relations of the words telling you : who is doing, what s/he is doing, etc. You can find the demo at http://www.conexor.fi/. The parser runs in Unix/Windows platforms and it has API also for Java. It can print the output in the XML format. There are parsers for several languages (English, French, Spanish, German, ...).
>> Hello everybody
>> We are looking for a morphological analyser for Spanish language. We have
>> already checked DFKI's registry, google, etc, but with almost no result.
>> Please, if anybody has some information, we would appreciate it a lot. Not
>> all features listed below are compulsory.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Jesus Contreras
>> Here are some features we a re looking for:
>> The analyser should be able to identify sentences and words within the
>> text, and for each word obtain all the morphosyntactic information as:
>> 1. Part of Speech and morphological (root, gender, number, etc...)
>> information on output
>> 2. Implemented in java language with documentation about APIs, etc..
>> 3. Output in a procesable format (RDF, XML, etc...)
>> 4. Input (Dictionary/Rules) in a procesable format (RDF, XML, etc...)
>> 5. Possibility to extend to other languages (adding rules and dictionary):
>> English, German
>> Jesús Contreras
>> R&D Engineer iSOCOLab
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