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Carnegie Mellon University's link grammar parser for English

In Selator, D. and Temperly, D. "Parsing English with a Link Grammar" (1991), the authors defined a new formal grammatical system called a "link grammar". A sequence of words is in the language of a link grammar if there is a way to draw "links" between words in such a way that the local requirements of each word are satisfied, the links do not cross, and the words form a connected graph. The authors encoded English grammar into such a system, and wrote this program to parse English using this grammar.

link-grammar can be used for linguistic parsing for information retrieval or extraction from natural language documents. It can also be used as a grammar checker.

This package contains the shared library.


Package version:4.2.2-4etch1


This directory is the distribution of version 4.1b of the link grammar
parsing system for UNIX.  This version was created in January, 2005.
It is essentially the same as version 4.1, but is now being released
under a new GPL compatible license, making it freely available for
research and commercial use, with few restrictions.  The terms of the
license are given in the LICENSE file included with t


link-grammar (4.2.2-4etch1) stable-security; urgency=high

  * Non-maintainer upload by the security team
  * Fix stack-based buffer overflow in the separate_word function in
    tokenize.c to prevent remote attackes to execute arbitrary code
    Fixes: CVE-2007-5395

 -- Steffen Joeris <>  Mon, 10 Dec 2007 18:29:47 +0000

link-grammar (4.2.2-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix stupi


Davy Temperley:
Daniel Sleator:
John Lafferty:


This package was debianized by Ken Bloom <> on
Thu,  3 Nov 2005 13:54:35 -0600.


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