Unification Categorial Grammar: a concise, extenable grammar for natural language processing

  title={Unification Categorial Grammar: a concise, extenable grammar for natural language processing},
  author={Jonathan Calder and Ewan Klein and Henk Zeevat},
Abst_~'act ~hrlication Categorial Gtmmnar (t/:G) combines the syntactic iu.,;ights of Categoria[ Grammar with the semantic insights of I)i;course Representation Theory. The addition of uni/ication to these two frameworks allows a simple account of intexaction be,.wcen different linguistic levels within a constraining , monostraml theory. The resulting, computationaUy efticient, system provides an explicit formal framework for linguistic description, widfin which large fi'agments of grammms for… CONTINUE READING
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