context-free grammar

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context-free grammar

[′kän‚tekst ‚frē ′gram·ər]
(computer science)
A grammar in which any occurrence of a metavariable may be replaced by one of its alternatives.
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LR(k)-parsers can be constructed to recognize virtually all programming-language constructs for which context free grammars can be written (Aho et al.
Conventional syntax representation models like context free grammars (CFG) are not suitable for free word order languages like Sindhi.
Conventional syntax representation models like Context Free Grammars (CFG) only have very limited scope in Sindhi syntax representation.

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