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Publication


Year 2009
Type oral presentation *
Status published
Language English
Author(s) Kuboň, Vladislav
Title On the Role of Restarting Automata in Grammar Checking of Czech
Czech title O roli restartovacích automatů při kontrole gramatické správnosti v češtině
Institution Charles University in Prague
Publisher's city and country Malostranské nám.25, Praha 1
Venue MFF UK Praha
Month March
Supported by 2002-2003 300/2002/A-INF/MFF (Strategy selection in changes of the development)
Czech abstract Vystoupení shrnulo historii metod použitých při budování komerční aplikace kontroly gramatické správnosti českých textů.
English abstract The talk provided a brief summary of the history of methods applied in the development of a grammar checker for Czech from initial ideas to the implementation as an indistrial application being used in Microsoft Office. The original idea of directly exploiting restarting automata for the error identification and localization in a language with a high degree of word order freedom (Czech) proposed in 1994 responded to a fact that the standard error checking methods using local error patterns were not applicable to such kind of a natural language. The concept of using a restarting automaton naturally allowed to simplify input sentences step by step by preserving an invariant of its correctness/incorrectness. Although the original automaton has transfgormed to a Robust Free-Order Dependency Grammar, it still retained this basic property.
Specialization linguistics ("jazykověda")
Confidentiality default – not confidential
Event AutoMathA Brainstorming and Cooperation Days on List Automata, Forgetting Automata, and Restarting Automata
Presentation type contributed talk at conference/workshop
Open access no
Creator: Common Account
Created: 10/26/09 9:18 AM
Modifier: Common Account
Modified: 10/26/09 10:55 AM
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