Sixth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing
This paper describes the Grammar Programming Language (GPL), a new formalism for feature-structure-based linguistic computation. GPL was designed to meet the needs of spoken language translation. GPL is easy to use, concise, and efficient, and it allows the direct expression of detailed linguistic algorithms. GPL was used successfully as the basis of Sony's machine translation project.
Bibliographic reference. Franz, Alexander / Horiguchi, Keiko / Duan, Lei (2000): "An imperative programming language for spoken language translation", In ICSLP-2000, vol.3, 386-389.