other,4-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
other,16-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
other,22-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
tech,31-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
tech,34-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
other,37-1-C90-3045,ak The unique properties of <term> tree-adjoining grammars ( TAG ) </term> present a challenge for the application of <term> TAGs </term> beyond the limited confines of <term> syntax </term> , for instance , to the task of <term> semantic interpretation </term> or <term> automatic translation </term> of <term> natural language </term> .
other,5-2-C90-3045,ak We present a variant of <term> TAGs </term> , called <term> synchronous TAGs </term> , which characterize correspondences between <term> languages </term> .
other,8-2-C90-3045,ak We present a variant of <term> TAGs </term> , called <term> synchronous TAGs </term> , which characterize correspondences between <term> languages </term> .
other,15-2-C90-3045,ak We present a variant of <term> TAGs </term> , called <term> synchronous TAGs </term> , which characterize correspondences between <term> languages </term> .
other,1-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,8-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,10-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,15-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,19-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,29-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,40-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,48-3-C90-3045,ak The <term> formalism 's </term> intended usage is to relate <term> expressions </term> of <term> natural languages </term> to their associated <term> semantics </term> represented in a <term> logical form language </term> , or to their translates in another <term> natural language </term> ; in summary , we intend it to allow <term> TAGs </term> to be used beyond their role in <term> syntax </term> proper .
other,5-4-C90-3045,ak We discuss the application of <term> synchronous TAGs </term> to concrete examples , mentioning primarily in passing some computational issues that arise in its interpretation .
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