VisualText is an ideal tool for teaching NLP to linguists, AI students, and other scientists," according to Amnon Meyers, Chief Technology Officer.
"It offers detailed step-by-step views of working analyzers, as well as rich documentation and tutorials to help the student get up to speed quickly.
Most importantly, VisualText
is fun to learn and use, enhancing its value in educational settings."
February 8, 2002 - Amnon Meyers, CTO of Text Analysis International, presents the VisualText technology at Stanford University's Natural Language Processing Reading Group.
December, 2001 -Text Analysis International completes the first sales of VisualText
to commercial and government customers.
October 10, 2001 -Text Analysis International releases its flagship product, VisualText
is an integrated development environment (IDE) that accelerates the construction of accurate, fast, and maintainable text analyzers.
September, 2001 - "Text Processing in an Integrated Development Environment (IDE): Integrating Natural Language Processing (NLP) Techniques," Paul Deane, David de Hilster, Amnon Meyers