Intelligent linguistic architectures: variations on themes by Ronald M. Kaplan

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CSLI Publications, Dec 15, 2006 - Computers - 421 pages
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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 Kaplanís 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.




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Contents

National Centre for Language Technology
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Efficient Generation from Packed Input
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John T Maxwell III
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Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Miriam Butt is professor of theoretical and computational linguistics at the University of Konstanz, Germany.Mary Dalrymple is university lecturer in general linguistics at the University of Oxford and fellow of Linacre College.

Tracy Holloway King is a senior member of the research staff at the Palo Alto Research Center and adjunct associate professor in symbolic systems at Stanford University.

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