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Query:   Mongolian Parsers and NLP Grammars
Author:  John Kovarik
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Computational Linguistics

Summary:   ON AUGUST 22ND, 2003 I POSTED A QUERY (LINGUIST 14.2228) TO LINGUISTLIST ASKING IF ANYONE KNEW OF ANY MONGOLIAN PARSERS. I PARTICULARLY POINTED OUT WORK (A PROLOG-BASED MONGOLIAN DCG PARSER) THAT WAS PRESENTED AT EALPIIT03 IN ULAANBAATAR 6-9 JULY THIS YEAR BY PUREV JAIMAI ET AL. I RECEIVED TWO EMAILS BY OTHER LANGUAGE RESEAARCHERS EXPRESSING INTEREST AS WELL; BUT I RECEIVED NO INFORMATION OF WORK PAST OR ON-GOING ON A MONGOLIAN PARSER. I CONSEQUENTLY HAVE STARTED MY OWN WORK IN THIS AREA AND INVITE ANY AND ALL COMMENTARY: HTTP://HOME.ATT.NET/~KOVARIKS/MNPARSE.HTM. SUBJECT-LANGUAGE: CENTRAL MONGOLIAN;KHALKHA MONGOLIAN;MONGOLIAN, HALH; CODE: KHK

LL Issue: 14.2945
Date Posted: 29-Oct-2003
Original Query: Read original query