Minimal recursion semantics

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Minimal recursion semantics (MRS) is a framework for computational semantics. It can be implemented in typed feature structure formalisms such as head-driven phrase structure grammar and lexical functional grammar. It is suitable for computational language parsing and natural language generation.[1] MRS enables a simple formulation of the grammatical constraints on lexical and phrasal semantics, including the principles of semantic composition.

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  1. ^ Copestake, A., Flickinger, D. P., Sag, I. A., & Pollard, C. (2005). Minimal Recursion Semantics. An introduction. In Research on Language and Computation. 3:281–332