Grammar Engineering Frequently Asked Questions

How do I see what definition the LKB has read in for a type?

In one of the following ways:

  • From the LKB Top menu, select "View > Type definition..." and enter the type's identifier (the part before := in the .tdl file in which it is defined). The LKB will display the information given directly in the type definition, and none of the inherited constraints.
  • From the LKB Top menu, select "View > Expanded type..." and enter the type's identifier. The LKB will display all of the constraints associated with the type, including those inherited from supertypes.
  • From a window displaying a feature-structure, click on any type name (in bold). The pop-up menu will have "Type definition" and "Expanded type" as options.
  • From a window displaying a type hierarchy, click on any type name (in red). The pop-up menu will have "Type definition" and "Expanded type" as options.

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-- EmilyBender - 02 Nov 2004

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