Gambäck, Björn (2001) Unification-based lexicon and morphology with speculative feature signalling. In: Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference (CICLing 2001), 18-24 Feb 2001, Mexico City, Mexico.
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The implementation of a unification-based lexicon is discussed as well as the morphological rules needed for mapping between the lexicon and grammar. It is shown how different feature usages can be utilised in the implementation to reach the intended surface word-form matches, with the correct feature settings. A novelty is the way features are used as binary signals in the compositional morphology. Finally, the lexicon coverage of the closed-class words and of the different types of open-class words is evaluated.
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|Additional Information:||Lecture Notes in Computer Science; 2004, p. 349-362.|
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|Deposited On:||16 Jul 2008|
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