Welcome to the on-line wiki forum for DELPH-IN software and resources. It serves to enable both developers and users to incrementally create further documentation and up-to-date information on aspects of installation or usage of DELPH-IN technology. Mostly to enforce some discipline among ourselves, these pages require that users are registered to the wiki server in order to obtain write access. Please create a WikiName for yourself, which may require obtaining a ‘textcha’ to protect against wiki spam; once registered at the wiki, to request write access please contact info at delph-in.net. The developers do hope that active DELPH-IN users will contribute to these pages over time.
Components and Resources
- Tools and Architectures
LKB: Lexical Knowledge Builder --- Grammar Engineering Environment
[incr tsdb()]: Competence and Performance Profiler
Pet: Platform for Experimentation with efficient HPSG processing Techniques
Heart of Gold: XML-based middleware for the integration of deep and shallow NLP components
LOGON: Information about the LOGON machine translation infrastructure.
Other tools: Supporting software, addons, peripheral contributions
- Grammars, Frameworks and Treebanks
Matrix: Starter-Kit for rapid prototyping of LKB-compatible precision grammars
CLIMB: Tools to support grammar development of LKB-compatible precision grammars
Redwoods: HPSG Treebank Comprised of Analyses from the ERG
MRS: Minimal Recursion Semantics --- Theory and Implementation (including extensions and variants such Robust MRS (RMS), Elementary Dependency Structures (EDS) and Dependency MRS (DMRS))
- Shared Corpora, Treebanks
Grammar discussions: Discussions for grammar developers (analyses, terminology, harmonization, …)
DELPH-IN RFCs (Requests For Comments; formal specifications)
Additional information about the Deep Linguistic Processing with HPSG Initiative (DELPH-IN) is available from the DELPH-IN home page, including pointers to on-line information for most of the DELPH-IN resources, a bibliography of select background publications, and links to electronic copies in most cases.
There is a collection of DELPH-IN mailings lists to which users can subscribe on-line and browse archives of previous postings through the DELPH-IN mailing list manager. If you click on a list, there is a link to the archive near the top of the page.
There is also an experimental stack-exchange style forum.