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2002 FREENIX Track Technical Program - Abstract

The AGFL Grammar Work Lab

Cornelis H.A. Koster & Erik Verbruggen, Dept. Comp. Science, University of Nijmegen (KUN), The Netherlands


The AGFL Grammar Work Lab is the first parser generator for natural languages to be brought under the GNU public license. Apart from its linguistic uses, it is intended for the production of parsers which are to be embedded in application systems. In particular, the AGFL system comes with a free grammar and lexicon of English, allowing the construction of user interfaces and applications involving Natural Language Processing.
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