Linguistic engineering using ALEP

Andrew Bredenkamp, Thierry Declerck, Frederik Fouvry, Bradley Music, Axel Theofilidis

In: Seiten 375-387 Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 189 John Benjamins 2000.


This paper focuses on the experiences of the LS-GRAM project and some post LS-GRAM activities with the ALEP platform. We see ALEP as an open and generic environment, providing a usable, programmable framework for the integration of various language engineering (LE) components into a powerful NLP environment. Well-defined interfaces ensure the flow of information between distinct phases of language processing.

(selected paper from RANLP 1997)

Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence