Paper: HPSG Lexicon Without Lexical Rules

ACL ID C94-2131
Title HPSG Lexicon Without Lexical Rules
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1994
  • Karel Oliva (Saarland University, Saarbrucken Germany)

Pollard and Sag,87, p.215) which was necessary due to the fact that both the main verb "have" and the auxiliary "have" are of the same idiosyncratic inflection class. All that is necessary to say on the given approach is that the two "have"s differ as to their contents and as to their subcategorization (i.e. they constitute two lexemes at the bottom of the lexical hierarchy), while simultaneously belonging to the same conjugation class, cf. (8). "conjugation of have .... main verb .... aux verb" / [content: [reln: possession] ] [content: [reln: ] ] As for applications, a large computational lexicon of Czech, based on ideas presented in this paper, is currently under preparation in the framework of a project aiming at the development of a prototype of a grammar-checker. Tiffs project...