Today we will discuss an approach to study of language syntax called Link Grammar theory, and then visualize the example of link grammar dictionary.

Link grammar was originally developed by Davy Temperley and Daniel Sleator (see [1]). The link grammar is based on making relations (connections) between pairs of words and in some way similar to categorical grammar.


The basic notions of link grammar are words, linking requirements, sentences and a dictionary with rules for each word, which describe it’s linking requirements.

Words form a set of terminal symbols of the grammar. Each word has it’s linking requirements describing which…

Alexander Donets

Student of NSU at BDA&AI Master's Program

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