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%0 Report %@ 384 %A Shieber, Stuart M. %T A Simple Reconstruction Of Gpsg %C 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025 %I AI Center, SRI International %D 1986 %K Natural Language!GPSG %X Like most linguistic theories, the theory of generalized phrase structure grammar (GPSG) has described language axiomatically, that is, as a set of universal and language-specific constraints on the well-formedness of linguistic elements of some sort. The coverage and detailed analysis of English grammar in the ambitious recent volume "" """""", """"", """""", """ """ entitle" Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar [2] are impressive, in part because of the complexity of the axiomatic system developed by the authors. In this paper, we examine the possibility that simpler descriptions of the same theory can be achieved through a slightly different, albeit still axiomatic, method. Rather than characterize the well-formed trees directly, we progress in two stages by procedurally characterizing the well-formedness axioms themselves, which in turn characterize the trees. %U http://www.ai.sri.com/pubs/files/576.pdf

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