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Conference Papers Year : 2003

Semantics for Interaction Grammars


Interaction Grammars are a linguistic formalism that aims to capture both the syntax and the semantics of natural languages with two levels of representation: at the syntactic level, they use tree descriptions and, at the semantic level, they use Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) descriptions for representing under-specified structures. The synchronization between the two levels is realized by a partial function that map syntactic nodes to semantic nodes. Syntactic composition is driven by an operation of cancellation between polarized morpho-syntactic features and in parallel, semantic composition is driven by a similar operation of cancellation between polarized semantic features.
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inria-00107707 , version 1 (19-10-2006)


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Guy Perrier. Semantics for Interaction Grammars. Lorraine-Saarland Workshop on Prospects and Advances in the Syntax/Semantics Interface, Oct 2003, Nancy, France, France. 4 p. ⟨inria-00107707⟩
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