Edited by Cédrick Fairon
[Lingvisticæ Investigationes 22:1/2] 1999
► pp. 233–247
It is possible for an intex user to construct his/her own grammars of disambiguation. In this paper, we shall identify the elementary principles required to construct such grammars, and the specific problems in the management of a library of graphs.
In the second part of the paper, we shall explain how the grammars that we have already constructed can be applied to a text, and which results are possible.
Article language: French