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Inheritance in Natural Language Processing
In this introduction to the special issues, we begin by outlining a concrete example that indicates some of the motivations leading to the widespread use of inheritance networks in computationalExpand
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IPF: an incremental parallel formulator
A computer simulation model of the human speaker is presented which generates sentences in a piecemeal way. The module responsible for Grammatical Encoding (the tactical component) is discussed inExpand
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Incremental Sentence Production, Self-Correction and Coordination
Since Garrett’s (1975, 1980) seminal work on speech error phenomena, it has become customary to distinguish four levels of representation within the sentence production process: a message level, aExpand
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Architectures for Natural Language Generation: Problems and Perspectives
Current research in natural language generation is situated in a computational linguistics tradition that was founded several decades ago. We critically analyse some of the architectural assumptionsExpand
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An Open Infrastructure for Advanced Treebanking
Increases in the number and size of treebanks, and the complexity of their annotation, present challenges to their exploration by the research community. Adhering to different formalisms, lackingExpand
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LFG Parsebanker: A Tool for Building and Searching a Treebank as a Parsed Corpus
We present the LFG PARSEBANKER, a comprehensive toolkit for interactive incremental construction of a treebank as a parsed corpus. This web-based toolkit offers an environment for batch andExpand
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ParGramBank: The ParGram Parallel Treebank
This paper discusses the construction of a parallel treebank currently involving ten languages from six language families. The treebank is based on deep LFG (LexicalFunctional Grammar) grammars thatExpand
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Parallelism in incremental sentence generation
IPF (Incremental Parallel Formulator) is a computer model in which the formulation stage in sentence generation is distributed among a number of parallel processes. Each conceptual fragment which isExpand
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TREPIL: Developing Methods and Tools for Multilevel Treebank Construction
Current trends in language technology require treebanks that do not stop at the level of constituent structure, but include deeper and richer levels of analysis, including appropriate meaningExpand
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