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Re: Perl and Context Free Grammar

by mattr (Curate)
on Nov 20, 2003 at 06:32 UTC ( #308522=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl and Context Free Grammar

Hello,

Certainly the links other people have posted are probably what you wanted, but maybe there is some more information in here.

Unfortunately I don't have a degree in computational linguistics, though lately I think it would be nice to have! I've been scouring the web for natural language processing tools to use along with perl for real-world application. Possibly these links may be of use, at least in my limited understanding some links I saw which say they use lexical functional grammars in text generation may be pertinent.

A list of projects for algorithmic sentence generation I came across yesterday. Some detective work required.

A number of links under shallow and deep text generation (not from a CFG exactly) at the Natural Language Software Registry. FGW (Functional Grammar Workbench). functional grammar homebase and links to functional discourse grammar.

FUF / SURGE system as mentioned on thispage. From Ben Gurion, and listed in the NLSR above.

A short, basic page for other people, with pseudocode discussing the generation of strings of terminal symbols from a CFG. Matt R.

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