Resources (under construction)
This page gathers links to existing metagrammars which were developed using XMG. These resources are sorted by the type of XMG compiler they use, you can compile them with a local installation by using the corresponding compiler, or select the right item in the selection menu of the Workbench
If you developed or are developing a resource using XMG and would like to see it listed on this page, or if you would like any of the information on this page to be modified or extended, please contact us.
Compiler synsem / XMG-1 - Tree based grammars and predicate semantics
- FrenchTAG: a Tree Adoining Grammar for French written by Benoît Crabbé using XMG-1, slighly updated for XMG-2. See the documentation here (in French).
- XMG-based XTAG: a Tree Adjoining Grammar for English based on the large-coverage English TAG (XTAG) written by Katya Saint-Amand during her Master thesis at LORIA (Nancy, France) under the supervision of Claire Gardent. The metagrammar was initially written using XMG-1, and slighly updated for XMG-2. See the documentation here.
- xmg_GC_metagrammar: a Tree Adjoining Grammar for Guadeloupean Creole, by Emmanuel Schang.
Compiler synframe - Tree based grammars and frame semantics
- Depictive grammar: an LTAG grammar fragment with semantic frames for English depictives, by Benjamin Burkhardt.
- Al: a description of derivational polysemy with the suffix -al on verbs of change of possession, by Marios Andreou and Simon Petitjean (see the article here).
- frame-constraints: a set of frame constraints defining a type hierarchy for selected event types, by Laura Kallmeyer.
- FrenchTAG + MWE: a FrenchTAG grammar updated with a number of Multi Word Expressions, by Agata Savary (draft of an accompanying paper)
Compiler lpframe - Morphological descriptions and frame semantics
Compiler tf - Morphological descriptions based on topological fields
- Ikota-verbs: a metagrammatical description of verbal morphology in Ikota (Bantu language), by Denys Duchier, Brunelle Magnana Ekoukou, Yannick Parmentier, Simon Petitjean, and Emmanuel Schang (see the article here).