2 edition of Unification grammars found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-305) and index.
|Statement||Nissim Francez, Shuly Wintner|
|Contributions||Wintner, Shuly, 1963-|
|LC Classifications||P151 .F6775 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||2011031353|
An Introduction to Unification-Based Approaches to Grammar The Harvard community has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters Citation Shieber, Stuart M. An introduction to unification-based approaches to grammar. Brookline, Massachusetts: Microtome Publishing. Reissue of Shieber. Categorial unification grammars (CUGs) embody the essential properties of both unification and categorial grammar formalisms. Their efficient and uniform way of encoding linguistic knowledge in well-understood and widely used representations makes them attractive for computational applications and for linguistic research.
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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): reference work for syntactic systems based on generalized phrase-structure grammars (GPSGs) and unification categorial grammars (UCGs), as well as a good treatment of French syntax. Not only is the text very precise in its description of the constructions it deals with, but the detailed technical annexes (a quarter of. Functional Grammar / the goal (goal) of the action, or logical direct object. In other words, both sentences are equally well described by (10).File Size: KB.
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This book presents one of the most commonly used grammatical formalisms, Unification Grammars, which underlies contemporary linguistic theories such as Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG) and Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG). Graduate students and researchers in computer science and linguistics will find this book a valuable : Hardcover.
This book presents one of the most commonly used grammatical formalisms, Unification Grammars, which underlies contemporary The book provides a robust and rigorous exposition of the formalism that Unification grammars book both mathematically well-founded and linguistically motivated.
Uniﬁcation Grammars Shuly Wintner Department of Computer Science University of Haifa Haifa, Israel L-Universita ta’ Malta, October Chapter 20 Unification Grammars Prolog was invented because Alain Colmerauer wanted a formalism to describe the grammar of French.
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Introduction to Unification-Based Approaches to Grammar (Lecture Notes) [Stuart M. Shieber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book surveys the important concept of unification as it relates to linguistic theory and, in particularCited by: Unification Grammars | Grammars of natural languages can be expressed as mathematical objects, similar to computer programs.
Such a formal presentation of grammars facilitates mathematical reasoning with grammars (and the languages they denote), as well as. Such a formal presentation of grammars facilitates mathematical reasoning with grammars (and the languages they denote), as well as computational implementation of grammar processors.
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Feature Constraint Logics for Unification Grammars. IWBS Rep IWBS, IBM Deutschland, Postfach 80 08 80, Stuttg W. Germany, November To appear in the Proceedings of the Workshop on Unification Formalisms—Syntax, Semantics and Implementation, Titisee, The MIT Press, Google ScholarAuthor: Roland Seiffert.
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(GPSGs) and unification categorial grammars (UCGs), as well as a good treatment of French syntax. Not only is the text very precise in its description of the constructions it deals with, but the detailed technical annexes (a quarter of the whole book) present.
The book will also be of interest to anyone working with unification grammars—for example, an HPSG or LFG theoretician or grammar engineer, who wants to understand more about the mathematical underpinnings of the systems they are working on; even without a strong mathematics background, large portions of the book will be accessible for Author: Tracy Holloway King.In Part II we have developed a formal theory of parsing schemata for context-free grammars.
In Part III we will apply this theory in several different directions. In Chapters 7–9, we discuss parsing schemata for unification grammars. In Chapters 10 and 11 we use parsing schemata to define Left-Corner and Head-Corner chart : Klaas Sikkel.Unification Grammars.
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