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Deriving Quasi-Logical Forms From F-Structures For The Penn Treebank

  • Aoife Cahill
  • Mairead Mccarthy
  • Michael Burke
  • Josef Van Genabith
  • Andy Way
Part of the Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy book series (SLAP, volume 83)

Keywords

Relative Clause Grammatical Function Empty Node Logical Subject Annotation Algorithm 
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  • Aoife Cahill
  • Mairead Mccarthy
  • Michael Burke
  • Josef Van Genabith
  • Andy Way

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