Article published in:Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar
Edited by Luc Steels
[Constructional Approaches to Language 11] 2011
► pp. 3–30
Introducing Fluid Construction Grammar
Fluid Construction Grammar (FCG) is a formalism for defining the inventory of lexical and grammatical conventions that language processing requires and the operations with which this inventory is used to parse and produce sentences. This chapter introduces some of the key ideas and basic design principles behind the development of Fluid Construction Grammar.
Published online: 07 December 2011
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