A Course In Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar GPSG

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 29, 1995 - Mathematics - 227 pages
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The "Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar" GPSG is a major syntactic theory which has been adopted by the computational linguistics world. This text assumes an introductory knowledge of syntactic theory and covers all the main constructs of the grammar.

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Paul Bennett is a book and magazine author who has written extensively about gardens and gardening. He writes regularly for such magazines as Wired, Architectural Record, House and Garden, and Metropolitan Home. He lives in Rome with his wife and daughter.

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