Not sure what exactly caused the problem to you and Armstrong, as the error didn't occur here. Maybe you should tell us exactly what happened with your files.I have the same problem with armstrong, why?
Maybe your computer's RAM is not big enough (mine is 1GB). Alternatively, try it from command line with "lexparser.bat input.txt >output.txt".The same parser loading error on my computer.
I 'm using the latest version of JDK (1.6.0), which can be downloaded from:Tried the command mode, error log said: no "server", something call JVM.dll was missing.
I just downloaded JDK 1.6,and it did not to registrate.It sucks. Registration required for downloading. I gave up.
You should try the second link, which requires no registration:It sucks. Registration required for downloading. I gave up.
I just downloaded JDK 1.6,and it did not to registrate.
the paser can be loaded,but I only input a sentence with only ten chinese characters, it begins to parse, however it shows "error, perhaps the sentence is too long. why?
Yes,i have the same problem when I try parsing a very short sentence, the paser warns that "perhaps the sentence is too long."
Please make sure:Yes,i have the same problem when I try parsing a very short sentence, the paser warns that "perhaps the sentence is too long."
1. Put the pasrer program package in a folder whose name has no Chinese characters;
2. Start the program by clicking lexparser-gui.bat (it's quite easy to get "out of memory" error if you start it from the two jar files);
3. Load chineseFactored.ser.gz for Chinese text, and you'd better not do anything else while waiting for the parser to load completely, otherwise you may get the "out of memory" error;
3. Under Language Tab, choose "Tokenized Simplified Chinese (utf-8)";
4. Input your Chinese sentence, and leave a space between words, e.g. 赵 先生 是 个 大学 老师 。 他 很 喜欢 写 文章 。
Good luck, guys!