A Feature-Based Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammar for Korean

@inproceedings{Han2000AFL,
  title={A Feature-Based Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammar for Korean},
  author={Chung-hye Han},
  year={2000}
}
This document describes an on-going project of developing a grammar of Korean, the Korean XTAG grammar, written in the TAG formalism and implemented for use with the XTAG system enriched with a Korean morphological analyzer. The Korean XTAG grammar described in this report is based on the TAG formalism (Joshi et al. (1975)), which has been extended to include lexicalization (Schabes et al. (1988)), and unification-based feature structures (Vijay-Shanker and Joshi (1991)). The document first… CONTINUE READING
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