Sanghoun Song

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This paper hypothesizes that transfer-based machine translation systems can be improved by encoding information structure in both the source and target grammars, and preserving information structure in the transfer stage. We explore how information structure can be represented within the HPSG/MRS formalism (Pollard and Sag, 1994; Copestake et al., 2005) and(More)
A user-friendly interface to search bilingual resources is of great help to NLP developers as well as pure-linguists. Using bilingual resources is difficult for linguists who are unfamiliar with computation, which hampers capabilities of bilingual resources. NLP developers sometimes need a kind of workbench to check their resources. The online interface(More)
Jong-Bok Kim, Jaehyung Yang, and Sanghoun Song. 2010. Parsing Korean Comparative Constructions in a Typed-Feature Structure Grammar. Language and Information 14.1 , 1–24. The complexity of comparative constructions in each language has given challenges to both theoretical and computational analyses. This paper first identifies types of comparative(More)
This paper introduces our attempts to model the Chinese language using HPSG and MRS. Chinese refers to a family of various languages including Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Min, etc. These languages share a large amount of structure, though they may differ in orthography, lexicon, and syntax. To model these, we are building a family of grammars: ZHONG [(More)
Kim, Jong-Bok, Yang, Jaehyung, Song, Sanghoun & Bond, Francis. 2011. Deep Processing of Korean and the Development of the Korean Resource Grammar. Linguistic Research 28(3), 635-672. The Korean Resource Grammar (KRG) is a broad-coverage, linguistically precise, and open-source grammar of Korean that has been developed since 2003. This paper reports how the(More)
This paper presents the creation and the initial stage development of a broadcoverage Indonesian Resource Grammar (INDRA) within the framework of Head Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) (Pollard and Sag, 1994) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) (Copestake et al., 2005). At the present stage, INDRA focuses on verbal constructions and subcategorization(More)
This paper provides a fine-grained analysis of Korean serial verb constructions within the HPSG framework, and covers major descriptive characteristics of the phenomena. This paper discusses constraints on serial verb constructions in terms of four aspects; transitivity, argument structure, semantic properties, and complementizers. As a result, 17(More)