Coordination In Unification-Based Grammars

@inproceedings{Cooper1991CoordinationIU,
  title={Coordination In Unification-Based Grammars},
  author={Richard P. Cooper},
  booktitle={EACL},
  year={1991}
}
Within unification-based grammar formalisms, providing a treatment of cross-categorial coordination is problematic, and most current solutions either over-generate or under-generate. In this paper we consider an approach to coordination involving "composite" feature structures, which describe coordinate phrases, and present the augmentation to the logic of feature structures required to admit such feature structures. This augmentation involves the addition of two connectives, composite… CONTINUE READING

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