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This article presents an approach for parsing natural language queries that integrates multiple subparsers and subgrammars, in contrast to the traditional single grammar and parser approach. In using <i>LR(k)</i> parsers for natural language processing, we are faced with the problem of rapid growth in parsing table sizes as the number of grammar rules(More)
Natural language queries provide a natural means for common people to interact with computers and access to on-line information. Due to the complexity of natural language, the traditional way of using a single grammar for a single language parser leads to an inefficient, fragile, and often very large language processing system. Multi-Parser Architecture(More)
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