Applicative and Combinatory Categorial Grammar: Analysis of the French interrogative sentences

Aurelie Rossi

The Applicative and Combinatory Categorial Grammar (ACCG) (Biskri, Desclés, 1995) is included in the general three-level model of Applicative and Cognitive Grammar (Desclés, 1990). It connects the first level, that contains concatenated expressions of natural languages, and the second level, with applicative expressions that describe the functional semantic interpretation of the first level expressions. This paper is about a first work on the possibility of extending the ACCG model for the analysis of French interrogative sentences.

Subjects: 13. Natural Language Processing; 13.3 Syntax

Submitted: Feb 25, 2008


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