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The Correct and Efficient Implementation of Appropriateness Specifications for Typed Feature Structures

1994-08-01
9408001 | cmp-lg
In this paper, we argue that type inferencing incorrectly implements appropriateness specifications for typed feature structures, promote a combination of type resolution and unfilling as a correct and efficient alternative, and consider the expressive limits of this alternative approach. Throughout, we use feature cooccurence restrictions as illustration and linguistic motivation.
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