20 years of the Grammar Matrix: cross-linguistic hypothesis testing of increasingly complex interactions
Keywords:HPSG, grammar engineering, typology, hypothesis testing
The Grammar Matrix project is a meta-grammar engineering framework expressed in Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS). It automates grammar implementation and is thus a tool and a resource for linguistic hypothesis testing at scale. In this paper, we summarize how the Grammar Matrix grew in the last decade and describe how new additions to the system have made it possible to study interactions between analyses, both monolingually and cross-linguistically, at new levels of complexity.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Olga Zamaraeva, Thomas Trimble, Kristen Howell, Michael Wayne Goodman, Antske Fokkens, Guy Emerson, Christopher Curtis, Emily M. Bender
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