Nuno Carvalho

NAME

Lingua::PT::Actants - compute verb actants for Portuguese

VERSION

version 0.05

SYNOPSIS

    # using as a library
    use Lingua::PT::Actants;
    my $a = Lingua::PT::Actants->new( conll => $input );
    my $actants = $a->actants;  # a list cores per main verb found

    # example from the command line
    $ cat examples/input-1.txt
    1   A       _   DET     DET     _   2   det     _   _
    2   Maria   _   PROPN   PROPN   _   3   nsubj   _   _
    3   tem     _   VERB    VERB    _   0   ROOT    _   _
    4   razão   _   NOUN    NOUN    _   3   dobj    _   _
    5   .       _   PUNCT   PUNCT   _   3   punct   _   _

    $ actants examples/input-1.txt
    A Maria tem razão .
    
    # Actants syntagma cores
     Verb: tem
      = Maria
      = razão
    
    # Actants syntagmas
     Verb: tem
      = A Maria
      = razão

DESCRIPTION

This module implements an algorithm that computes the actants, and corresponding syntagmas, for a sentence.

For a complete example visit this page.

METHODS

new

Create a new object, pass as argument the input text in CONLL format.

text

Returns the original text.

acts_cores

Compute the core (a token) of the actants syntagmas.

acts_syntagmas

Given the actants cores compute the full syntagma (phrase) for each core.

actants

Compute actants for a sentence, returns a list of actants found.

pp_acts_cores

Pretty print actants cores, mainly to be used by the command line interface.

pp_acts_syntagmas

Pretty print actants syntagmas, mainly to be used by the command line interface.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This work is a result of the project “SmartEGOV: Harnessing EGOV for Smart Governance (Foundations, methods, Tools) / NORTE-01-0145-FEDER-000037”, supported by Norte Portugal Regional Operational Programme (NORTE 2020), under the PORTUGAL 2020 Partnership Agreement, through the European Regional Development Fund (EFDR).

AUTHOR

Nuno Carvalho <smash@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016-2017 by Nuno Carvalho.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.