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Parallel Metagrammar for Closely Related Languages - A Case Study of Czech and Russian

SMRŽ, P.

Original Title

Parallel Metagrammar for Closely Related Languages - A Case Study of Czech and Russian

English Title

Parallel Metagrammar for Closely Related Languages - A Case Study of Czech and Russian

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents our work on parallel grammars for Czech and Russian.
As both languages belong to the Slavic language group it has been possible
to employ the same syntactic analyzer based on the notion of metagrammar. Our
metagrammar, first developed for Czech, has been generalized with the aim of
covering the same language phenomena in Czech and Russian by a unified set of
metagrammar constructs. Preliminary parsing results based on the developed
metagrammar are given at the end of this article.

English abstract

This paper presents our work on parallel grammars for Czech and Russian.
As both languages belong to the Slavic language group it has been possible
to employ the same syntactic analyzer based on the notion of metagrammar. Our
metagrammar, first developed for Czech, has been generalized with the aim of
covering the same language phenomena in Czech and Russian by a unified set of
metagrammar constructs. Preliminary parsing results based on the developed
metagrammar are given at the end of this article.

Keywords

parsing, grammar

RIV year

2005

Released

29.09.2005

Publisher

Springer Verlag

Location

Berlin

ISBN

1570-7075

Periodical

Research on Language & Computation

Year of study

3

Number

2

State

CZ

Pages from

101

Pages to

128

Pages count

28

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT42916,
  author="Pavel {Smrž}",
  title="Parallel Metagrammar for Closely Related Languages - A Case Study of Czech and Russian",
  annote="This paper presents our work on parallel grammars for Czech and Russian.
As both languages belong to the Slavic language group it has been possible
to employ the same syntactic analyzer based on the notion of metagrammar. Our
metagrammar, first developed for Czech, has been generalized with the aim of
covering the same language phenomena in Czech and Russian by a unified set of
metagrammar constructs. Preliminary parsing results based on the developed
metagrammar are given at the end of this article.
", address="Springer Verlag", booktitle="Research on Language and Computation, Special Issue on Shared Representation in Multilingual Grammar Engineering", chapter="42916", institution="Springer Verlag", journal="Research on Language & Computation", number="2", volume="3", year="2005", month="september", pages="101--128", publisher="Springer Verlag", type="journal article - other" }