Tools for Grammar Engineering
Developing a FCG grammar can easily become very complex when larger sets of interdependent constructions are involved and when consequently tracking down mistakes in single constructions or analyzing the overall behavior of the system becomes difficult. FCG supports users in this task by providing interfaces for accessing most of its internal representations together with powerful debugging and visualization tools. This paper will outline some of these interfaces and explain its visualization components in detail.
KeywordsSearch Tree Transient Structure Browser Window Common Lisp Visualization Component
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