Typed feature formalisms are the most common representation for linguistic data in current natural language processing systems. They are applied across various linguistic levels ranging from syntax and semantics to morphology and even phonology. This book presents material at the core of natural language processing and computational linguistics throwing light on a number of interesting new developments, approaches and results.
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