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Overview

The Linguistic User Interface (LUI) is an on-going project to build a visualization tool for the most common object types in constraint-based grammars, i.e. trees, feature structures, MRSs, charts, et al. While the LKB comes with built-in browsers for all of these, the current use of the CLIM (Common-Lisp Interface Manager) toolkit in the LKB severely limits portability and ease of use (and programmatic extension). Thus, portability and royalty-free delivery are among the primary motivations for the LUI project; at the same time, LUI attempts to `conservatively' improve over the existing LKB tools, for example in terms of layout options, scalability, user parameterization, effiency

(The DELPH-IN infrastructure is hosted at the University of Oslo)