Efficient Parsing with Large-Scale Unification Grammars

@inproceedings{Callmeier2001EfficientPW,
  title={Efficient Parsing with Large-Scale Unification Grammars},
  author={Ulrich Callmeier},
  year={2001}
}
The efficiency problemin parsingwith large-scaleunification grammars,including implementationsin the Head-dri venPhraseStructuregrammar(HPSG) framework, used to bea seriousobstacleto their applicationin researchandcommercialsettings.Over the pastfew years,however, significantprogressin efficient processinghasbeenachieved. Still, many of the proposedtechniqueswere developedin isolationonly, makingcomparisonandtheassessment of their combinedpotentialdifficult. Also, a numberof… CONTINUE READING

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