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1.An English Generator For A CaseLabelled Dependency Representation1985  John Irving Taittion la,~uage and English for~. 4) another set of production rules which c~vert filled out surface trees to English strings...

2A Probabilistic Contextfree Grammar for Disambiguation in Morphological Parsing1993  Josee S. Heemskerkthe parse tree t is the product of the constituting production rules r l , r2, . . . , rm: (9) P(t) P(rz) x P(r2)...

3Rapid Development of Morphological Descriptions for Full Language Processing Systems1995  David M. Carterby combining them, are specified by morphosyntactic production rules (dimension (b)) and lexical entries both for affixes...

4Computational Aspects of Mgrammars1991  Joep RousMrule r . • Start symbol I ° • 210  • A set of production rules P~ containing the following type of rules:  I~ "*...

5A Morphological Processor For Modern Greek1987  Angela Ralli,Eleni GaliotouSV @ ~(E) and is called axiom ~V=a finite set of production rules. A production is an element of the application E...

6A Natuwal Language Interface Using A World Model.of a database system is represented separately as production rules. Thus, the user only has to change these rules if there...

7Coordination Structure Analysis using Dual DecompositionCCi,i+2 → (as)i(well)i+1(as)i+2 Wi,i → ∗i Table 3: Production rules is only defined on the coordination structures that...

8Knowledge Engineering Approach To Morphological Analysistested plausible heuristic hypotheses, dressed in production rules. The analysis of a word in our model represents a ...

9Making Tree Kernels Practical for Natural Language Learning2006  Alessandro Moschittibuild Np, we (i) extract the L1 and L2 lists of the production rules from T1 and T2, (ii) sort them in the alphanumeric order...

10Dependency Trees and the Strong Generative Capacity of CCG2009  Alexander Koller,Marco Kuhlmanndistinguished start symbol, and P is a finite set of production rules of the form A → γ, where A ∈ N and γ is a term over...