An LFG Chinese grammar for machine use

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Event Proceedings of the GEAF 2007 Workshop

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Fang, Ji
Technical Publications
December 17th 2007
This paper describes the Chinese grammar developed at PARC, including its three basic components: the tokenizer and tagger, lexicon and syntactic rules. Some of the challenges and issues that we have encountered in the process of development are discussed. In addition, we present our methods of handling these issues. We also illustrate how we evaluate our grammar, providing the evaluation results and some error analyses.

Citation

Fang, J.; King, T. H. An LFG Chinese grammar for machine use. Proceedings of the GEAF 2007 Workshop; 2007 July 13-15; Stanford, CA.

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