Paper: Concurrent Lexicalized Dependency Parsing: A Behavioral View On ParseTalk Events

ACL ID C94-1080
Title Concurrent Lexicalized Dependency Parsing: A Behavioral View On ParseTalk Events
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1994
Authors

The behavioral specification of an obj~t-ori- cnted grammar model is considered. The model is based on full lexicalization, hcad-oricntation via valency con- straints and dependency relations, inhcritancc as a means for non-redundant lexicon specification, and conct, rrcncy of computation. The compntation model relies upon the actor l)aradigm, with concurrency entering throt~gh asyn- ~:hronous message passing between actors. In pa,ticular, we here elaborate on principlcs of how the global lyzhavior of a lexically distributexl grammar and its corresponding parser can be specified in terms of evcnt type networks and cvent networks, resp.