A Grammar Development Environment for Natural Languages
Malaga is a software package for the development and application of
grammars that are used for the analysis of words and sentences of
natural languages. It contains a programming language for the modelling
of morphology and syntax grammars.
Malaga is based on the grammatical theory of the "Left Associative
Grammar" (LAG), developed by Roland Hausser, professor for
Computational Linguistics at University of Erlangen, Germany.
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