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@InProceedings{Holloway King_et_al:2000,
      AUTHOR = {Holloway King, Tracy and Dipper, Stefanie and Frank, Anette and Kuhn, Jonas and Maxwell, John},
      TITLE = {Ambiguity Management in Grammar Writing},
      YEAR = {2000},
      BOOKTITLE = {Proceedings of the Workshop on Linguistic Theory and Grammar Implementation (ESSLLI-2000)},
      PAGES = {5-19},
      EDITOR = {Hinrichs, Erhard and Meurers, Detmar and Wintner, Shuly},
      ADDRESS = {Birmingham, UK},
      URL = {},
      ABSTRACT = {When lingusitically motivated grammars are implemented on a larger scale, and applied toreal-life corpora, keeping track of ambiguity sources becomes a difficult task. Yet it is of great importance, since unintended ambiguities arising from underrestricted rules or interactions haveto be distinguished from linguistically warranted ambiguities. In this paper we report on various tools in the XLE grammar development platform which can be used for ambiguity managementin grammar writing. In particular, we look at packed representations of ambiguities that allow the grammar writer to view sorted descriptions of ambiguity sources. Also discussed are tools forspecifying desired tree structures and for cutting down the solution space prior to parsing.},
      NOTE = {Revised and extended version to appear 2002 in: Special issue of the Journal of Language and Computation},
      ANNOTE = {COLIURL : King:2000:AMG.pdf}
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