Universal Grammar in Prolog
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These pages house information about how to access data on the Internet to answer the following question under the stated assumptions:
The Natural Language Computing Project at NYU has placed over two hundred images on line to illustrate:
All can be downloaded and printed on a postscript printer to make an overhead transparency for projection to a class.
TREE DRAWING PRETTY PRINTERS:
COMPARISON || NYU VANILLA || LEHNER || KOSTKO || VINCENT
There are several pretty-printers for drawing phrase markers to represent the output of parsing programs. The following find favor with students at NYU.
All of the programs developed in the NYU Linguistics Department to process human language data in Prolog and Lisp can be downloaded from this site. The Prolog and Lisp interpreters and compilers can also be downloaded. If you have any difficulties with the software, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org
The how, what, when, where, who, and why of the following Prolog materials are described in detail in the book Natural Language Computing.
For discussion of the Lisp materials, see the Natural Language Computing Project. For questions about the Lisp programs, contact Marc Schwarz.