Delilah parses Dutch sensences.
It assigns a formal interpretation to Dutch sentences.
It generates Dutch sentences.
It is a computational model of (a fragment of) Dutch.
Whatever Delilah does, it applies a grammar and a very detailed lexicon.
Here you can find an utterly provisional interface to the program. You can run Delilah. This site is under construction. The program you run is not necessarily the best, latest or newest version of the Delilah language machine.
Here you will find a short description of the system's linguistic and computational properties.
Here you find all kinds of more or less scientific texts relating to Delilah.
Delilah is developed at the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. You can contact Crit Cremers or Maarten Hijzelendoorn if you want to know more.
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