Volume 35, Issue 1
  • ISSN 0378-4169
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9927
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Lexicon-Grammar tables, whose development was initiated by Gross (1975), are a very rich syntactic lexicon for the French language. They cover various lexical categories such as verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs. This linguistic database is nevertheless not directly usable by computer programs, as it is incomplete and lacks consistency.Tables are defined on the basis of features which are not explicitly recorded in the lexicon. These features are only described in literature. To use these tables, we must make explicit the essential features appearing in each one of them. In addition, many features must be renamed for consistency sake.Our aim is to adapt the tables, so as to make them usable in various Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications, in particular parsing. We describe the problems we encountered and the approaches we followed to enable their integration into a parser.LGExtractLGLexfffLexique des Formes Fléchies du FrançaisfffProduire des Annotations Syntaxiques à Grande Échelleet alfff


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