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Elghamry, Arabic Anaphora Resolution: Usama, On issues of Arabic syntax: Shquier and T. Download pdf. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. It is done by mapping syntactic structures and objects in the task domain. In addition, it also brings about the meaning of immediately succeeding sentence. It involves deriving those aspects of language which require real world knowledge.
It is the grammar that consists rules with a single symbol on the left-hand side of the rewrite rules. The parse tree breaks down the sentence into structured parts so that the computer can easily understand and process it. In order for the parsing algorithm to construct this parse tree, a set of rewrite rules, which describe what tree structures are legal, need to be constructed. These rules say that a certain symbol may be expanded in the tree by a sequence of other symbols.
Now consider the above rewrite rules. Since V can be replaced by both, "peck" or "pecks", sentences such as "The bird peck the grains" can be wrongly permitted.
They are not highly precise.