We’ve made the first part of the tutorial we gave at the latest ICCG conference available on YouTube now. You can watch it here:
The fastest way to write your own computational construction grammar is by downloading the FCG Editor and starting to explore the included demo grammar and visualisations. The FCG Editor is available for all three major operating systems (Microsoft Windows, macOS and Linux). Alternatively, the FCG source code can be downloaded as part of the Babel software library.
A new FCG web demo is available supporting a recent publication in the International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese (PROPOR) by Tânia Marques and Katrien Beuls on ‘A Construction Grammar Approach for Pronominal Clitics in European Portuguese’. The demo can be found here. Comments are very welcome.
This week’s lecture teaches you how to use feature matrices for handling complex linguistic phenomena, ranging from case agreement to feature indeterminacy and feature neutrality. It also shows you how to use the Expand operator.