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RE: Grammar question : multiple keywords

From: Shani Shalgi <shani.shalgi@amdocs.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 17:32:18 +0200
Message-ID: <2D656A84E992D411942D00508BDE7A2002490292@jermail2.corp.amdocs.com>
To: "'Yahn Teisseire'" <yahn@ukibi.com>, www-voice@w3.org
You can use sub grammars for Action, Name and Object:
Mygrammar [
   (Action:a Name:n Object:o)  {<action $a><contact $n><object $o>}

Action [
   send {return ("send")} 
   offer {return ("offer")}
Name [
  jhon {return ("jhon")} 
  tabatha {return("tabatha")}
Object [
  cookie {return ("cookie")} 
  flowers {return ("flowers")} 

 -----Original Message-----
From: Yahn Teisseire [mailto:yahn@ukibi.com]
Sent: Wed, October 02, 2002 4:19 PM
To: www-voice@w3.org
Subject: Grammar question : multiple keywords


I'd like to know if that's possible to build a grammar able to recognize
multiple keywords, for example, "offer John a cookie", "send Tabatha
flowers", without building a grammar like :

    (offer John cookie) {<action="offer"><contact="John"><object="cookie">}
    (offer John flowers)
    (send John cookie) {<action="send "><contact="John"><object="cookie">}
    (send John flowers) {<action="send "><contact="John"><object="flowers">}
    (offer Tabatha cookie) {<action="offer"><contact="Tabatha
    (offer Tabatha flowers) {<action="offer"><contact="Tabatha
    (send Tabatha cookie) {<action="send "><contact="Tabatha
    (send Tabatha flowers) {<action="send "><contact="Tabatha

because if you have a lot of actions and contacts, the grammar will be too
huge to describe all combinations.
Thanks for your help


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