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Tree adjoining grammars : formalisms, linguistic analysis, and processing

Author: Anne Abeillé; Owen Rambow
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : CSLI Publications, ©2000.
Series: CSLI lecture notes, no. 107.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Researchers in theoretical linguistics, psycholinguistics, cognitive science, and in national language processing have recently converged on a collective insight: formalizing the syntax of words is central to describing, understanding, and analyzing language. This insight has sparked considerable interest in Tree Adjoining Grammars, a lexically oriented mathematical formalism that can precisely capture the syntactic  Read more...
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Abeillé; Owen Rambow
ISBN: 1575862522 9781575862521 1575862514 9781575862514
OCLC Number: 43953958
Notes: Based on papers presented at the Third International Workshop in Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms, held at Paris, in 1994.
Description: vii, 478 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Tree-adjoining grammar : an overview / Anne Abeillé, Owen Rambow --
'Lexical rules' are just lexical rules / Roger Evans, Gerald Gazdar, David Weir --
From regular to context-free to mildly context-sensitive tree rewriting systems : the path of child language acquisiton / Robert Frank --
Natural-language processing with schema-TAGs / Karin Harbusch --
Non-isomorphic synchronous TAGs / Karin Harbusch, Peter Poller --
Complexity of scrambling : a new twist to the competence-performance distinction / Aravind K. Joshi, Tilman Becker, Owen Rambow --
Hyperedge replacement and tree adjunction / Gisela Pitsch --
Clitic climbing and the power of tree adjoining grammar / Tonia Bleam --
Determining determiner sequencing : a syntactic analysis for English / Beth Ann Hockey, Heather Mateyak --
The semantics of pragmatic connectives in TAG / Jacques Jayez, Corinne Rossari --
Implications of code switching for lexicalized TAG / Shahrzad Mahootian, Beatrice Santorini --
Implications of binding for lexicalized grammars / Mark Steedman --
FTAG : a lexicalized tree adjoining grammar for French / Anne Abeillé, Marie-Hélène Candito --
Patterns in metarules for TAG / Tilman Becker --
G-TAG : a lexicalized formalism for text generation inspired by tree adjoining grammar / Laurence Danlos --
Evolution of the XTAG system / Christine Doran [and others] --
Developing a wide-coverage CCG system / Christine Doran, B. Srinivas --
A bottom-up TAG parser : application to foreign language lexical learning / Fabrice Issac, Christophe Fouqueré --
Constraining lexical selection across languages using tree adjoining grammars / Martha Palmer [and others].
Series Title: CSLI lecture notes, no. 107.
Responsibility: edited by Anne Abeillé & Owen Rambow.
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Researchers in theoretical linguistics, psycholinguistics, cognitive science, and in national language processing have recently converged on a collective insight: formalizing the syntax of words is central to describing, understanding, and analyzing language. This insight has sparked considerable interest in Tree Adjoining Grammars, a lexically oriented mathematical formalism that can precisely capture the syntactic properties of natural languages such as English, French or Korean. This volume combines contributions from a variety of authors who discuss the formalism itself, its use in analyzing linguistic phenomena, and its use in building natural language processing systems. -- from back cover.

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