LIGHT -- A constraint language and compiler system for typed-unification grammars. This work presents LIGHT, a feature constraint language for deduction-based bottom-up parsing with typed-unification grammars. We overview both its formal definition, as a logic language operating bottom-up inferences over OSF-terms, and its implementation -- an elegant combination of a virtual machine for head-corner parsing and an extended abstract machine for feature structure unification.
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- Ciortuz, Liviu: Inductive learning of attribute path values in typed-unification grammars (2003)
- Ciortuz, Liviu: A framework for inductive learning of typed-unification grammars (2002)
- Ciortuz, Liviu: LIGHT -- A constraint language and compiler system for typed-unification grammars (2002)