Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese

Bender EM, Siegel M (2002) .

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We present a broad coverage Japanese grammar written in the HPSG formalismwith MRS semantics. The grammar is created for use in real world applications,such that robustness and performance issues play an important role. It isconnected to a POS tagging and word segmentation tool. This grammar is beingdeveloped in a multilingual context, requiring MRS structures that are easilycomparable across languages.
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Bender EM, Siegel M. Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese. 2002.
Bender, E. M., & Siegel, M. (2002). Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese.
Bender, E. M., and Siegel, M. (2002). Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese.
Bender, E.M., & Siegel, M., 2002. Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese.
E.M. Bender and M. Siegel, “Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese”, 2002.
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Bender, Emily M., and Siegel, Melanie. “Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese”. (2002).
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