WebLicht-Batch -- A Web-Based Interface for Batch Processing Large Input with the WebLicht Workflow Engine
Keywords:Linguistic Annotation, Workflow Engines, WebLicht, Batch Processing
AbstractWebLicht is a workflow engine that gives researchers access to a well-inhabited space of natural language processing tools that can be combined into tool chains to perform complex natural language analyses. In this paper, we present WebLicht-Batch, a web-based interface to WebLicht's chainer back-end. WebLicht-Batch helps users to automatically feed large input data, or input data of multiple files into WebLicht. It disassembles large input into smaller, more digestible sizes, feeds the resulting parts into WebLicht's pipelining and execution engine, and then assembles the results of such processing into files that preserve the usual input-output dichotomy.
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