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Interaction Grammars


Interaction Grammars are a grammatical formalism based on the notion of polarity. Polarities express the resource sensitivity of natural languages by modelling the distinction between saturated and unsaturated syntactic structures. Syntactic com- position is represented as a chemical reaction guided by the saturation of polarities. It is expressed in a model-theoretic framework where grammars are constraint systems using the notion of tree description and parsing appears as a process of building tree description models satisfying criteria of saturation and minimality.
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inria-00568888 , version 1 (23-02-2011)



Bruno Guillaume, Guy Perrier. Interaction Grammars. Research on Language and Computation, 2009, 7 (2-4), pp.171-208. ⟨10.1007/s11168-010-9066-x⟩. ⟨inria-00568888⟩
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