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Intelligent Linguistic Architectures

Variations on Themes by Ronald M. Kaplan

Ronald M. Kaplan has made foundational contributions to the development of computational linguistic research and linguistic theory, particularly within Lexical-Functional Grammar. Intelligent Linguistic Architectures, a tribute to Kaplan’s cutting-edge work, collects computational and theoretical linguistics papers in his research areas. From machine translation to grammar engineering, from formal issues to semantic theory, this ambitious volume represents the newest developments in linguistic scholarship.


421 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2006

Lecture Notes

Language and Linguistics: Formal Logic and Computational Linguistics

Table of Contents

 I      Generation and Translation
 1     Translation, Meaning and Reference
 2     Efficient Generation from Packed Input
 3     Grammatical Machine Translation
 4     On Some Formal Properties of LFG Generation
II     Grammar Engineering and Applications
 5     Using XLE in an Intelligent Tutoring System
 6     How much Can Part-Of-Speech Tagging Help Parsing?

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