Author: Lionel Clément -- University Bordeaux -- LaBRI
XLFG is a fast, accurate deep parser for LFG grammar. These outputs are phrase structures, predicate-argument structures and predicate-thematic relationships.
The typical XLFG applications are
XLFG has been designed to allow the sharing of grammars between multiple users (students, teachers, lecturers, researchers, etc.). Nevertheless, it is not designed to backup data. We are not responsible for any loss of work. To make sure work and data is properly saved, a variety of alternative methods are readily available.
XLFG is often used for exams and tutorials. While we endeavor to do the utmost to prevent server interruptions, we disavow any liability for problems resulting from the use of this web site during exams or tutorial sessions.
XLFG has been designed with the field of linguistics in mind. The comments and opinions on the sentences are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the XLFG operator.
We reserve the right to terminate any account and remove all contents associated with it at any moment.
Here at XLFG, we value your privacy.
In order to run optimally, the site records and saves the cookies from each log-in session.
Your personal information, including your name and e-mail, are not shared with other members of the community without your approbation, but are saved on the server.
The XLFG grammar and lexicon are shared at your discretion.
To best update and manage the software, we record and save the XLFG grammar, lexicon, and sample sentences.