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1An Efficient Parsing Algorithm For Tree Adjoining Grammars1990  Harbusch, Karin/32 demonstrate that restriction. A special leaf (the foot node) must exist, labelled with the same nonterminal as the...

2Restrictions on Tree Adjoining Languages1998  Giorgio Satta,William Schulertree is the (unique) path that connects the root and the foot node. An auxiliary tree fl is called a r ight (left) tree ...

3The Relationship Between Tree Adjoining Grammars And Head Grammarstfor one node in the frontier of each auxiliary tree, the foot node, which is labelled by the same nonterminal symbol as...

4Treatment Of Long Distance Dependencies In Lfg And Tag: Functional Uncertainty In Lfg Is A Corollary In Tagnonterminal symbol, X, then there is a node (called the foot node) in the frontier which is labeled by X. The rest of the...

5Deterministic Left To Right Parsing Of Tree Adjoining Languages1990  Schabes, Yves,VijayShanker, K.left and right of the foot node of an auxiliary being adjoined. The spine (path from root to foot node) is left on the previous...

6An EarleyType Parsing Algorithm For Tree Adjoining Grammars1988  Schabes, Yves,Aravind K. Jushione node (called the foot node) labeled by a nonterminal; furthermore the label of the foot node is the same as the label...

7Some Computational Properties Of Tree Adjoining Grammersnode labelled by X on the frontier will be c~dl~l the foot node of ~. The frontiers of initial trees belong to r*, whereas...

8Diagnostic Processing of Japanese for ComputerAssisted Second Language Learninginserted into the latter by unifying the root node and the foot node(marked ) of the former, respectively, with the separated...

9A Context Free TAG Variantderivation (right). The adjunction site is circled, and the foot node of the auxiliary tree is denoted with an asterisk. The OSTAG...

10Insertion Operator for Bayesian Tree Substitution Grammarssymbol as the root node. This leaf node is referred to as a foot node (marked with the subscript “*”). The definitions of substitution...