Paper: Russian-French At GETA: Outline Of The Method And Detailed Example

ACL ID C80-1066
Title Russian-French At GETA: Outline Of The Method And Detailed Example
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1980
Authors

This is why we call our structural descriptors "i~termediate structures". Note that ARIANE-78 imposes nothing of that kind, both extremes are still possible, and in fact the linguistic teams have agreed on "multilevel" intermediate structures which contain very deep as well as low level types of information, ranging from logical relations to traces (see details below). SeParation of programs and linguistic data The second classical principle is to offer metalanguages, in order to keep the particular linguistic data (grammars, dictionaries) separated from the programs. --437-For instance, dictionary look-up is a standard function, which should not be modified in any way when a new language is introduced in the System. This separation also corresponds to a division of work and enhances trans...