A note on Contextual Binary Feature Grammars. / Clark, Alexander; Eyraud, Rémi; Habrard, Amaury.

2009.

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2009.

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Clark, A., Eyraud, R., & Habrard, A. (2009). A note on Contextual Binary Feature Grammars.

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title = "A note on Contextual Binary Feature Grammars",
abstract = "Contextual Binary Feature Grammars were recently proposed by (Clark et al., 2008) as a learnable representation for richly structured context-free and context sensitive languages. In this paper we examine the representational power of the formalism, its relationship to other standard formalisms and language classes, and its appropriateness for modelling natural language.",
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AU - Habrard, Amaury

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N2 - Contextual Binary Feature Grammars were recently proposed by (Clark et al., 2008) as a learnable representation for richly structured context-free and context sensitive languages. In this paper we examine the representational power of the formalism, its relationship to other standard formalisms and language classes, and its appropriateness for modelling natural language.

AB - Contextual Binary Feature Grammars were recently proposed by (Clark et al., 2008) as a learnable representation for richly structured context-free and context sensitive languages. In this paper we examine the representational power of the formalism, its relationship to other standard formalisms and language classes, and its appropriateness for modelling natural language.

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