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C4 grammaticography colloquium: From database to treebank: Enhancing a hypertext grammar with grammar engineering

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Title:C4 grammaticography colloquium: From database to treebank: Enhancing a hypertext grammar with grammar engineering
Authors:Bender, Emily M.
Date Issued:31 May 2011
Abstract:This paper considers how implemented grammars can enhance descriptive ones. An implemented grammar encodes the analyses in machine readable form, facilitating automatic annotation of morphological, syntactic and semantic structures. A grammar augmented with a collection of such structures would enable, for example, a reader to search for items in which a PP argument fills the third most prominent semantic role.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/5219
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Appears in Collections: 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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