A lexical-functional grammar for Turkish

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Bilkent University

Natural language processing is a research area which is becoming increasingly popular each day for both academic and commercial reasons. Syntactic parsing underlies most of the applications in natural language processing. Although there have been comprehensive studies of Turkish syntax from a linguistic perspective, this is one of the first attempts for investigating it extensively from a computational point of view. In this thesis, a lexical-functional grammar for Turkish syntax is presented. Our current work deals with regular Turkish sentences that are structurally simple or complex.

Ankara : Department of Computer Engineering and Information Science and Institute of Engineering and Science, Bilkent Univ., 1993.
Thesis (Master's) -- Bilkent University, 1993.
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Natural language processing, Computational linguistics, Turkish syntax, Parsing, Lexical-functional grammar