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A computational grammar for Maltese

A computational grammar for Maltese

Example

Example grammar: Foods ● Semantically model phrases about food ○ “this fish is delicious” ○ “these cheeses are very expensive” ● Linearise into multiple languages ● Parse multiple languages ● Single grammar for both directions!

Abstract syntax: Nouns abstract Foods = { flags startcat = Comment ; cat Comment ; Item ; Kind ; Quality ; fun } Pred : Item → Quality → Comment ; This, These : Kind → Item ; Cheese, Fish : Kind ; Very : Quality → Quality ; Expensive, Delicious : Quality ;

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