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Implementing Typed Feature Structure Grammars epub ebook

by Ann Copestake

Implementing Typed Feature Structure Grammars epub ebook

Author: Ann Copestake
Category: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Center for the Study of Language and Inf; 1 edition (December 15, 2001)
Pages: 244 pages
ISBN: 1575862603
ISBN13: 978-1575862606
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 799
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vi, Implementing Typed Feature Structure Grammars. 3 Typed feature structures made simple 32 . A really really simple grammar 33 . The type hierarchy 38 . Typed feature structures 45 . Unication 54 . Type constraints and inheritance 67 . Summary 78.

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In this section, we will assume that you are working with the grammar in g8gap. To load a grammar it is necessary to select a script file which controls how the grammar files are loaded into the system.

Implementing Typed Featur. has been added to your Cart. The book covers the basics of grammar development by introducing different frameworks to the reader such as categorial grammar and Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar.

oceedings{ntingTF, title {Implementing typed feature structure grammars}, author . This book provides an introduction to one particularly popular approach, typed-feature structure formalisms.

oceedings{ntingTF, title {Implementing typed feature structure grammars}, author {Ann A. Copestake}, booktitle {CSLI lecture notes series}, year {2001} }. Ann A. Copestake. Published in CSLI lecture notes series 2001. Implementing Typed Feature Structure Grammars includes informal (but rigorous) descriptions of typed-feature structure logic as well as formal definitions.

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In the first prototype of LILOG, Categorial Unification Grammar was used to model linguistic information, . the grammar and the semantics. After reflecting upon the structure of the theory, we came to the decision that we should use Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar to model the grammar and semantics of LILOG's current development environment (LEU/2). This paper compares the two approaches.

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Implementing typed feature structure grammars. An algebra for semantic construction in constraint-based grammars. A Copestake, A Lascarides, D Flickinger. CSLI publications, 2002. Semi-productive polysemy and sense extension. A Copestake, T Briscoe. Journal of semantics 12 (1), 15-67, 1995. An Open Source Grammar Development Environment and Broad-coverage English Grammar Using HPSG. A Copestake, D Flickinger. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computationa. 2001. Please note: papers downloadable from here which appeared in books or journals are not identical to the final published version. CSLI Publications, 2001. Ted Briscoe, Ann Copestake and Valeria de Paiva. Inheritance, defaults and the lexicon. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Ann Copestake and Aurelie Herbelot. Lexicalised compositionality

Much of the work in modern formal linguistics is concerned with creating mathematically precise accounts of human languages—accounts that are particularly useful in research involving language processing with computers. Implementing Typed Feature Structure Grammars provides a student-level introduction to the most popular approach to this issue, and includes software that allows users to experiment with modeling different aspects of language.
Reviews (3)
Vinainl
If you want to use the ERG (English reference grammar) or analogous grammars for Japanese, Korean, etc., you need this book. It is the best book for providing the necessary background to use the LINGO toolchain for the development of HPSG grammars in an executable format with graphical tool support.

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Xtreem
The author strikes a nice balance between informality and rigor, and has a very approachable style of presentation. The book is especially useful if you are interested in the Linguistic Knowledge Building (LKB) system, developed by the author and her colleagues.

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