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    • Type: New Feature
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    • Priority: Minor
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      As per discussion in one of the mailing lists, It would be great if we develop a date time recognizer for opennlp. I am looking at how it is done is Stanford NLP and found that there is a SUTime library in stanford nlp package. This research paper discusses it in detail ( http://www-nlp.stanford.edu/pubs/lrec2012-sutime.pdf ) . I would love to work on creating something similar. Looking forward to get responses from people who are interested in working on this.

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        mljd1@yahoo.com sriram added a comment -

        Hi, Would like to understand and work further on this. Is there some one i can discuss with.

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        mljd1@yahoo.com sriram added a comment - Hi, Would like to understand and work further on this. Is there some one i can discuss with.
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        me_basar Mustafa Erkan Basar added a comment -

        Hi. I see that we can use Name Finder to detect date/time expressions with these models : en-ner-time.bin & en-ner-date.bin. What is the difference with the date time recognizer mentioned in this issue and those? I am also interested with this issue and want to work on it.

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        me_basar Mustafa Erkan Basar added a comment - Hi. I see that we can use Name Finder to detect date/time expressions with these models : en-ner-time.bin & en-ner-date.bin . What is the difference with the date time recognizer mentioned in this issue and those? I am also interested with this issue and want to work on it.
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        colen William Colen added a comment -

        It would be a nice addon.

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        colen William Colen added a comment - It would be a nice addon.
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        tri.sarkar Trinanjan Sarkar added a comment -

        I found info in this link very useful in detecting temporal prepositions:- http://www.clres.com/db/classes/ClassTemporal.php (rules mentioned on this site can be useful in creating a SUTime library)

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        tri.sarkar Trinanjan Sarkar added a comment - I found info in this link very useful in detecting temporal prepositions:- http://www.clres.com/db/classes/ClassTemporal.php (rules mentioned on this site can be useful in creating a SUTime library)

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            ravi.jadhav Ravi Jadhav
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