ALEP Based Distributed Grammar Engineering

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Figure 1: DGE grounded in the concepts of modu- larization and integration

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DGE grounded in the concepts of modu- larization and integration p.1
Figure 3: Sample A UL object representing a decla- rations component

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Sample A UL object representing a decla- rations component p.2
Figure 2: Sample A UL object representing a phrase structure component

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Sample A UL object representing a phrase structure component p.2
Figure 4: Data storage at the AOR object level and the UNIX file level

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Data storage at the AOR object level and the UNIX file level p.3
Figure 5: Object-based definition of specialized grammar components

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Object-based definition of specialized grammar components p.3
Figure 6: Object-based sub-grammar configuration

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Object-based sub-grammar configuration p.4
Figure 7: Grammar partitioning along a vertical and a horizontal dimension

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Grammar partitioning along a vertical and a horizontal dimension p.5
Figure 8: Grammar partitioning according to differ- ent domains of linguistic information

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Grammar partitioning according to differ- ent domains of linguistic information p.5
Figure 9: Grammar partitioning according to differ- ent domains of linguistic information

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Grammar partitioning according to differ- ent domains of linguistic information p.5
Figure 10: Specifier feature structures establishing a cross-classificatory grammar partition

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Specifier feature structures establishing a cross-classificatory grammar partition p.6

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