syntactic analysis


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syntactic analysis

[sin′tak·tik ə′nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
The problem of associating a given string of symbols through a grammar to a programming language, so that the question of whether the string belongs to the language may be answered.
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A last phase in syntactic analysis of NL constraints is identification of (active/passive) voice of a sentence.
It thus makes sense to assume that they may be used to constrain the syntactic analysis of sentences, not only by children, but also by adults.
Deigner takes up several large tasks: a syntactic analysis of these forms in Tamil sentences; a semantic analysis of the meaning they contribute to the structures they appear in; and an historical analysis of the change in their typological status over time.
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In addition, morphological and syntactic analysis and synthesis of language, both necessary for improved machine understanding, have dramatically improved.
In addition, by performing both a semantic and syntactic analysis of a query, LexiQuest's Guide is able to achieve a 300%-400% improvement in search accuracy over traditional keyword or Boolean-based searching ensuring that only relevant information is returned.
Objective: "Language comprehension is a fundamentally dynamic process, where incoming speech information interfaces with two markedly different neuro-cognitive processing systems a left lateralised fronto-temporal system that is critical for linguistic processes of morphological and syntactic analysis, and a distributed bi-hemispheric system that supports semantic and pragmatic interpretation.
It could be useful to students of English, he says, but also to teachers looking for an overview of traditional syntactic analysis.
Papers gathered in this volume show all characteristic features of Higginbotham's research: a highly influential and innovative combination of syntactic analysis (within the generative paradigm), accompanied by careful and rigorous semantic analysis.
Following the methodology and the algorithms described in the syntactic analysis procedure the natural language parser concludes to a language model described in figure 3.
Thus, a different syntactic analysis of the two is indicated.
More developed here than in most editions of texts in Old Gujarati, the syntactic analysis is based on a selection of clear examples, each accompanied by a literal translation: making use of typographical shortcuts, the comments of E.