GF parallel resource grammars and Russian
Paper in proceedings, 2006

A resource grammar is a standard library for the GF grammar formalism. It raises the abstraction level of writing domainspecific grammars by taking care of the general grammatical rules of a language. GF resource grammars have been built in parallel for eleven languages and share a common interface, which simplifies multilingual applications. We reflect on our experience with the Russian resource grammar trying to answer the questions: how well Russian fits into the common interface and where the line between languageindependent and language-specific should be drawn.

parallel grammars

grammar formalisms

multilinguality

computational linguistics

Author

Janna Khegai

Chalmers, Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers), Computing Science (Chalmers)

Coling\ACL2006 (The joint conference of the International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics), Sydney, Australia

475-482

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Computer Science

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10/6/2017