#15774By generalizing the notion of location of aconstituent to allow discontinuous locations, one can describe the discontinuous constituents of non-configurational languages.
other,18-1-P85-1015,ak
discontinuous locations , one can describe the
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discontinuous constituents
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of
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non-configurational languages
#15784By generalizing the notion of location of a constituent to allow discontinuous locations, one can describe thediscontinuous constituents of non-configurational languages.
other,21-1-P85-1015,ak
discontinuous constituents
</term>
of
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non-configurational languages
</term>
. These
<term>
discontinuous constituents
#15787By generalizing the notion of location of a constituent to allow discontinuous locations, one can describe the discontinuous constituents ofnon-configurational languages.
other,1-2-P85-1015,ak
non-configurational languages
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. These
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discontinuous constituents
</term>
can be described by a variant of
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#15791Thesediscontinuous constituents can be described by a variant of definite clause grammars, and these grammars can be used in conjunction with a proof procedure to create a parser for non-configurational languages.
lr,10-2-P85-1015,ak
</term>
can be described by a variant of
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definite clause grammars
</term>
, and these
<term>
grammars
</term>
can
#15800These discontinuous constituents can be described by a variant ofdefinite clause grammars, and these grammars can be used in conjunction with a proof procedure to create a parser for non-configurational languages.
lr,16-2-P85-1015,ak
clause grammars
</term>
, and these
<term>
grammars
</term>
can be used in conjunction with a
#15806These discontinuous constituents can be described by a variant of definite clause grammars, and thesegrammars can be used in conjunction with a proof procedure to create a parser for non-configurational languages.
other,24-2-P85-1015,ak
</term>
can be used in conjunction with a
<term>
proof procedure
</term>
to create a
<term>
parser
</term>
for
#15814These discontinuous constituents can be described by a variant of definite clause grammars, and these grammars can be used in conjunction with aproof procedure to create a parser for non-configurational languages.
tech,29-2-P85-1015,ak
<term>
proof procedure
</term>
to create a
<term>
parser
</term>
for
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non-configurational languages
#15819These discontinuous constituents can be described by a variant of definite clause grammars, and these grammars can be used in conjunction with a proof procedure to create aparser for non-configurational languages.
other,31-2-P85-1015,ak
</term>
to create a
<term>
parser
</term>
for
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non-configurational languages
</term>
. We have implemented a
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restricted
#15821These discontinuous constituents can be described by a variant of definite clause grammars, and these grammars can be used in conjunction with a proof procedure to create a parser fornon-configurational languages.