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Indo-European Linguistics

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Query:   Mongolian Parsers and NLP Grammars
Author:  John Kovarik
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Computational Linguistics

Summary:   On August 22nd, 2003 I posted a query (Linguist 14.2228) to LinguistList asking if anyone knew of any Mongolian parsers. I particularly pointed out work (a Prolog-based Mongolian DCG parser) that was presented at EALPIIT03 in UlaanBaatar 6-9 July this year by Purev Jaimai et al. I received two emails by other language researchers expressing interest as well; but I received no information of work past or on-going on a Mongolian parser. I consequently have started my own work in this area and invite any and all commentary: Subject-Language: Central Mongolian;Khalkha Mongolian;Mongolian, Halh; Code: KHK

LL Issue: 14.2945
Date Posted: 29-Oct-2003
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