FrameNet Resource Grammar Library for GF

@article{Gruzitis2012FrameNetRG,
  title={FrameNet Resource Grammar Library for GF},
  author={Normunds Gruzitis and Peteris Paikens and Guntis Barzdins},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1406.6844}
}
In this paper we present an ongoing research investigating the possibility and potential of integrating frame semantics, particularly FrameNet, in the Grammatical Framework (GF) application grammar development. An important component of GF is its Resource Grammar Library (RGL) that encapsulates the low-level linguistic knowledge about morphology and syntax of currently more than 20 languages facilitating rapid development of multilingual applications. In the ideal case, porting a GF application… 
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