- Data Oriented Parsing
Data Oriented Parsing
- Deriving Linguistic Resources from Treebanks
- LFG Systems
- Morpho-syntactic Annotation Framework
Language Resource Management – Morpho-syntactic Annotation Framework (MAF)
- Parallel Grammar Project
The Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG) ParGram and ParSem projects are a collaborative effort involving researchers in industrial and academic institutions around the world. The aim of the ParGram project is to produce wide coverage grammars for a wide variety of languages. These are written collaboratively within the linguistic framework of LFG and with a commonly-agreed-upon set of grammatical features. The ParSem project develops semantic structures based on the ParGram syntactic structures. Most of the ParSem systems use XLE's XFR system.
- ParGram stochastic parsing
- The Stuttgart Pargram Homepage
- What's Wrong With My NLP?
What's Wrong With My NLP?: A visualizer for Natural Language Processing problems (particularly syntax, and particularly dependency graphs, although generalizable).
- XPAR [Language Diversity and Parallel Grammars]
The goal of XPAR is to determine to what extent the development of parallel deep grammars for typologically diverse languages may support the automatic derivation of high-quality parallel treebanks for those languages. These treebanks could in turn be suitable for a deeper theoretical understanding of the ways in which syntactic functions, semantic roles and translation are interrelated. XPAR intends to further develop computational grammars for Georgian, Tigrinya and Dutch based on common principles and covering all central constructions in the languages, with an existing grammar for Norwegian as a pattern.
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