Ulf Dittmer wrote:My first question would be: why store the parse tree when you can store the document (from which you can regenerate the parse tree any time you please) ?
They have given requirement like this. I am trying and trying. I think by using following code we can generate parse tree.
InputStream is = new FileInputStream("en-parser-chunking.bin");
ParserModel model = new ParserModel(is);
Parser parser = ParserFactory.create(model);
String sentence ="An Inverted Index is a data structure used to create full text search.";
Parse topParses = ParserTool.parseLine(sentence, parser, 1);
for (Parse p : topParses)
t sathya narayana wrote:They have given requirement like this...
Then I think you need to ask them why, because it sounds to me like they are not only telling you what to do, but how to do it; and that's almost always a recipe for disaster (too many 'cooks'...).
If this is part of a course, then they might be trying to see how you solve the problem; but if they are paying you to program, then my response would be to tell them to mind their own business (but I was never much of a diplomat ).
If it's the former, then you might want to look at Serializable (java.io.Serializable); but I warn you: there's quite a lot to know.
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There are different things you might do here, and which one is the best depends on the requirements about which we know very little. I still think you'd do best to ask "them" -whoever "they" are- what they're trying to accomplish, and then you can implement the best way to do that.
You could store the entire output as one record in the database (which i suspect is not part of your assignment). Or, you could look up any data structure book and see how a parse tree is stored (there will be a data structure for each node, and this node info can constitute one record in your database). I also suspect that it is a requirement that your program should be able to read the info "from the database", and be able to reconstruct the sentence/para.
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