Functional Grammar in Prolog: An Integrated Implementation for English, French, and Dutch

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Walter de Gruyter, 1992 - Computers - 264 pages
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Contents

Introducing ProfGlot
1
Introducing Functional Grammar
19
Overall structure of the ProfGlot program
31
basic facilities
39
the English lexicon
45
the French lexicon
57
the Dutch lexicon
63
the universal generator
69
French expression
147
Dutch expression
155
universal parser
169
a trilingual translator
205
universal logic
221
Notes
235
Index and brief explanation of Prolog predicates
243
Index of names and subjects
261

universal and English expression
109

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