An Introduction to Unification-Based Approaches to Grammar by Stuart M. Shieber

By Stuart M. Shieber

This publication surveys the $64000 inspiration of unification because it pertains to linguistic thought and, specifically, to practical Unification Grammar, Definite-Clause Grammars, Lexical-Function Grammar, Generalized word Struture Grammar, and Head-Driven word constitution Grammar. The notes contain cautious and proper definitions, in addition to well-chosen examples of exact grammars, and a dialogue of the relationships of computational platforms and linguistic theories which use principles from unification.

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