Implementing typed feature structure grammars. The book is an introduction to grammatical implementation on the use of the Linguistic Knowledge Building (LKB) system and, at the same time, it is a reference manual for this system. Grammar development (or grammar engineering in the case of computational grammars) forms the basis of natural language processing applications. It is a complex programming task requiring some linguistic knowledge and appropriate tools such as the LKB system. Originally, the LKB system was developed at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory as a tool for building Lexical Knowledge Bases (LKBs). It was updated and renamed LKB at the Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University. Now, it is available free of charge as open source software.
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