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PLEUK: Grammar Development System

This directory contains the Pleuk Grammar Development System. The following grammatical formalisms currently work with Pleuk: Cfg A simple context-free grammar system, intended for demonstration purposes. HPSG-PL A system for developing HPSG-style grammars. Mike A simple graph-based unification system, enhanced with additional operations for the treatment of free word order proposed by Mike Reape in various publications. SLE A graph-based formalism enhanced with arbitrary relations in the manner of Johnson and Rosner (EACL, 1989) and Doerre and Eisele. Delayed evaluation is used to compute infinite relations. This system has been used for the development of several HPSG-style grammars. Term A term-based unification grammar system, originally developed for the support of Unification Categorial Grammar (Zeevat, Klein and Calder).

Version: Pleuk 1.0; HPSG-PL 1.2.2 (12-MAY-92) Requires: SICStus Prolog 2.1#6 or later. Copying: Copyright (C) 1986, 1990, 1991, 1993 University of Edinburgh Use and modification permitted for non-commercial purposes. May not be redistributed without written permission from the authors. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Jo Calder School of Computing Science Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC Canada, V5A 1S6 Kevin Humphreys Centre for Cognitive Science University of Edinburgh 2 Buccleuch Place Edinburgh Scotland EH8 9LW Chris Brew Language Technology Group Human Communication Research Centre University of Edinburgh 2 Buccleuch Place Edinburgh Scotland EH8 9LW Mike Reape Computer Science Trinity College Dublin Fred Popowich (HPSG-PL) Carl M. Vogel, and Sandi Kodric (HPSG-PL) Natural Language Laboratory School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., CANADA V5A 1S6 Contact: Keywords: Authors!Calder, Authors!Drew, Authors!Humphreys, Authors!Kodric, Authors!Popowich, Authors!Reape, Authors!Vogel, CFG, Context Free Grammar, Grammar, Graph-Based Unification Grammar, HPSG, NLP, Parsing, Pleuk, Prolog!Code, SLE, TUG, Term-Based Unification Grammar, Tree Unification Grammar, UCG, Unification, Unification Categorial Grammar References:
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