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Principles of Principle-Based Parsing

  • Robert C. Berwick
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Part of the Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy book series (SLAP, volume 44)

Abstract

This book chronicles the first stirrings of a revolution in the study of natural language processing, language variation, and psycholinguistics—what some have called principle-based parsing.

Keywords

Noun Phrase Landing Site Thematic Role Input Sentence Attribute Grammar 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert C. Berwick
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  1. 1.Artificial Intelligence LaboratoryMITCambridgeUSA

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