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 POS ( cf. [[linguisticsweb:​glossary:​linguistics_glossary:​partofspeechtag|part of speech tag]]) tagging is the short form for part of speech tagging which denotes the process of automatically assigning each word in a tokenized text a word class label from a list of part of speech tags. Part of speech tagging is implemented on the basis of principally two strategies : POS ( cf. [[linguisticsweb:​glossary:​linguistics_glossary:​partofspeechtag|part of speech tag]]) tagging is the short form for part of speech tagging which denotes the process of automatically assigning each word in a tokenized text a word class label from a list of part of speech tags. Part of speech tagging is implemented on the basis of principally two strategies :
-  ​* rule-based part of speech tagging , a prominent example for English is the Brill tagger by Eric Brill + 
-  * statistical or probabilistic part of speech tagging , most part of speech taggers today work on some kind of statistical basis. Widely used examples of statistical part of speech taggers are Helmut Schmid 's TreeTagger , the StanfordPOSTagger , and the CLAWSs tagger+  * **rule-based** part of speech tagging, a prominent example for English is the Brill tagger by Eric Brill 
 +  ​* **statistical or probabilistic** part of speech tagging , most part of speech taggers today work on some kind of statistical basis. Widely used examples of statistical part of speech taggers are Helmut Schmid 's TreeTagger , the StanfordPOSTagger , and the CLAWSs tagger