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This paper presents an overview of the first broad coverage grammatical description of Danish in a Typed Feature Structure (TFS) based unification formalism inspired by HPSG. These linguistic specifications encompass phenomena within inflectional morphology, phrase structure and predicate argument structure, and have been developed with a view to implementation. The emphasis on implementability and re-usability of the specifications has led to the adoption of a rather leaner formal framework than that underlying HPSG. However, the paper shows that the adoption of such a framework does not lead to a loss of expressibility, but in fact enables certain phenomena, such as the interface between morphology and syntax and local discontinuities, to be treated in a simple and elegant fashion.
This paper describes the work carried out at the Center for
Sprogteknologi in Copenhagen to
validate the LE evaluation methodology developed by the LRE project TEMAA.
developed a framework for the evaluation of LE products, implemented in
Testbed (PTB). The framework allows for a modular, formal and exible description
requirements and objects of evaluation, it accommodates test methods of
various kind and
provides a methodology for assessing test results in the light of the requirements
different user types. While the fundamentals of the TEMAA framework are
meant to apply to
adequacy evaluation of LE products in general, a detailed methodology has
been worked out
for the evaluation of spelling and grammar checkers, and applied to the
of Danish and Italian spelling checkers. The main focus of this paper is
on showing that
the general methodology provides a valid model for designing and carrying
out a concrete
evaluation, as in the case study on Danish spelling checkers.
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