An algorithm or program used to determine the structure of a sentence in some language. Syntactic parsers determine syntactic structure, taking the POS marked tokens from a lexical analyser as its input. Morphological parsers take a word form as input and return as its analysis a structure of morphemes.
A component of the FunnelWeb program that processes the token list generated by the scanner and produces a macro table and a document list. The parser mainly analyses the input file at the syntactic level, but also does some lightweight semantic checking too.
the program (skotos-side) that checks commands entered into the client for validity. It then translates your command into an action, some of which can be seen by others in the game. Sometimes we make disparaging remarks about the parser, but really, I'm grateful for the work Skotos has done with it -- I'm grateful I can play at all (what a fabulous game!)
A parser is software, such as a procedure or library, that organizes text into a set of logical units used by a programming language. Please see the What is a Parser page for more information.
A program that processes and validates expressions to ensure that they confirm to some specified grammar.
tool (often automatic or semi-automatic computer program) used for parsing. ( General Description of Parsers - external link)
The portion of the HelpTag software that reads the source files (which are created by the author) and converts them into run-time help files that the HP Help System dialogs can read. If the author uses markup incorrectly (or incompletely), the parser detects the problems and indicates that "parser errors" have occurred.
a computer program that divides code up into functional components; "compilers must parse source code in order to translate it into object code"
a computational system which processes input sentences according to the productions of the grammar, and builds one or more constituent structures which conform to the grammar
a computer program or a component of a program that analyses the grammatical structure of an input , with respect to a given formal grammar , a process known as parsing
a computer program that carries out this task
a computer program that has as input a linearly ordered string of elements ( letters, morphemes, words ) and as output a structure (perhaps a hierarchical structure like a phrase marker , or some type of relational diagram)
a computer program that reads a text document and distinguishes all of the separate elements found in the document
a function that takes a list of input symbols as argument and produces a
a library (or a component in object-oriented terminology) that reads and interprets XML documents for applications
an application that reads a document and understands its formatting conventions, usually enforcing some rules about the content
an editor command that acts interactively on a document to improve the presentation of the data in the document
an executable program which converts one of the mime types to text/plain or text/html
a piece of software that compares an XML document to the definitions in an XML schema
a piece of software that compares the SGML documents to their DTD and determines whether the document meets the requirements of the DTD - whether it's syntactically correct, if all the required information is present and in the right order
a piece of software that interprets code and passes it from the document to the application, such as a browser or a non-Web related application
a piece of software that makes sure the XML document is valid or at least well-formed
a piece of software that takes an XML file, and analyzes it
a processing application which converts the XML document into a document tree structure that can be internally processed by an application program
a program module that scans an input file, a script file, for example, and decomposes it into its constituent parts and then processes the parts in some suitable manner
a programm that scans a text word by word (or even sign by sign) and always knows what kind of element was last, what kind of element the current one is (state) and what's allowed next (syntax check)
a program, or more likely a procedure within a program, which scans a sequence of input characters or input tokens and accumulates them in an input buffer or stack as determined by a set of productions which constitute a grammar
a program that analyzes and organizes formal language statements into a usable form for a given purpose
a program that analyzes the syntactic structure of texts
a program that confirms syntactic accuracy in source code prior to compiling the code into machine-readable formats
a program that converts a list of input tokens, usually characters, into a value of the appropriate type
a program that determines the grammatical structure of a phrase in the language
a program that given a sentence in its language, will construct a derivation of that sentence to check it for syntactic correctness
a program that reads its input and interprets it according to the rules of the language it is written to "recognize
a program which utilizes a grammar to analyze a text in its syntactical components
a self contained program that, when loaded with an xml document, breaks the document up into its different components
a software application that processes languages (using specific rules) and creates machine-readable code that may be executed by another application
a software component that sits between the application and XML files
a software library that knows how to read XML documents and handle all the markup it finds
a tool to help an application read an XML file
A computer program that checks any encoded document that begins with an SGML declaration to determine whether the SGML tagging being used by the document conforms with the tagging allowed by the DTD that has been declared. Sometimes referred to as a conforming or validating SGML parser. In XML, applications that provide this functionality are referred to as XML validators.
An application that processes a document and identifies text from markup. It interprets the markup and determines the content and characteristics of a document. An example of a parser is Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5 XML validating engine.
a computer program that either reads or assumes an SGML declaration, then reads the DTD to learn application-specific rules of markup, and then determines (and perhaps reports) if the document instance conforms.
An application that understands grammatical structures and can therefore recognize valid sentences through lexical analysis of their syntax.
A program resolving a string of characters (representing, for example, an English sentence or a computer-language statement) into its elemental parts (or parts of speech) as determined by the particular language.
A module or routine within a program that reads or "parses" computer code and processes it to make it usable or readable.
An application that checks the conformance of an SGML instance against the DTD of which that instance is a document type.
A parser is a pattern recognizer. A program capable of accepting input that conforms to acceptable patterns as defined by a set of rules (grammar).
In XML, a software program that accepts as input an XML document and determines whether it is well-formed and, optionally, valid. The Oracle XML Parser supports both SAX and DOM interfaces.
b . A program that reads XML data from an input source and breaks it up into elements and attributes. See: Document Object Model (DOM), Simple API for XML (SAX), Element, Attribute
An XML parser is a processor that reads an XML document and determines the structure and properties of the data. If the parser goes beyond the XML rules for well-formedness and validates the document against an XML DTD, the parser is said to be a "validating" parser. List of available Parsers
A module that reads in XML data from an input source and breaks it up into chunks so that your program knows when it is working with a tag, an attribute, or element data. A nonvalidating parser ensures that the XML data is well formed, but does not verify that it is valid. See also: validating parser.
Strictly speaking, this is something that separates data into more easily understood chunks. More practically, a parser is the part of a compiler that goes through a program and cuts it into identifiable chunks before translation.
The act of analyzing the contents of a structured object in order to extract useful information. The commands of the "XML" theme are used to parse the contents of any XML objects.
Performs syntax analysis and semantic analysis of SQL statements, and expands views (referenced in a query) into separate query blocks.
Software that reads and "digests" XML code so that the information contained in the XML is made accessible to other software. Parsers are classified as "validating" or "non-validating" based on whether or not they check the document they are processing against its DTD or XML schema. Examples of parsers include MSXML and Xerces.
(Application Developer's Guide - XML; search in this book)
In SYSTRAN terminology, the module of the computer program that performs syntactic or semantic analysis of the Source text.
program which, given as input a grammar lexicon, and a word-string, will output, if the string is a well-formed sentence, a structural description of the sentence. Otherwise, the parser will reject the string. The structural description is often represented as a parse-tree, also called a phrase-marker, a diagrammatic representation of the sentence's constituent structure.
A parser is a specialized software program that recognizes SGML markup in a document. A parser that reads a DTD and checks and reports on markup errors is a validating SGML parser. A parser can be built into an SGML editor to prevent incorrect tagging and to check whether a document contains all the required elements.
A parser is a program that takes a set of sentences as input and identifies the structure of the sentences according to a given grammar. The term parser is sometimes used generically in cases where the sentences are made up of information units of any kind.
Program that interprets the player's textual commands.
A routine which evaluates input to its simplest terms, or calculates a final result from input.
A function that recognizes valid sentences of a language by analyzing the syntax structure of a set of tokens passed to it from a lexical analyzer.