What is pdrt-sandbox?
The implementation includes a translation from PDRT to DRT and First-order Logic, composition via different types of merge, and unresolved structures based on Montague Semantics, defined as Haskell functions.
The library is available under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Where can I download pdrt-sandbox?
I found a Bug, now what?
Send us an e-mail with the exact details of how to reproduce the malfunction (and a screenshot demonstrating it). Or, you can fork our source repository at github, fix the bug, and send us a pull request.
Is there any documentation available?
Yes. Take a look at the official Haddock documentation. You can also check out some worked out example-files below, which illustrate several options of PDRT-SANDBOX.
I used pdrt-sandbox in my research. What should I cite?
If you want to refer to PDRT-SANDBOX in your publications, please cite:
Venhuizen, N. J. and Brouwer, H. (2014). PDRT-SANDBOX: An implementation of Projective Discourse Representation Theory. In: Rieser, V. and Muller, P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, SemDial 2014 - DialWatt, pp. 249-251, September 1-3, Edinburgh, Scotland. [paper] [poster]
Other relevant publications, and materials
Venhuizen, N. J., Bos, J., Hendriks, P. and Brouwer, H. (2014). How and Why Conventional Implicatures Project. In: Proceedings of the 24rd Semantics and Linguistics Theory Conference (SALT24), pp. 63-83, May 30-June 1, New York, United States. [paper] [poster]
Venhuizen, N. J. and Brouwer, H. (2014). Harnessing Projection: A Formal Implementation of Projective Discourse Representation Theory. Talk presented at CLIN24, January 17, Leiden, The Netherlands. [slides]
Venhuizen, N. J., Bos, J. and Brouwer, H. (2013). Parsimonious Semantic Representations with Projection Pointers. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS'13), March 19-22, Potsdam, Germany. [paper]
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