Contributors: grammar: John, Aarne, Inari; GF cloud: Thomas; evaluation: Jussi, Maarit; users/testers: Olga, Jordi.
Do not spend too much time on this slide.
Shortcomings: cannot copy content from one language to the other, cannot ask questions, cannot check that the different versions of an article in different languages as about the same thing.
AceWiki-GF is the name that we currently use to refer to the outcome of WP11.
The MOLTO partners tested the suitability of the AceWiki-GF platform for other GF grammars, such as MathTalk and Painting.
An ACE grammar implemented in GF adds multiple natural languages as front-ends to ACE. As a result, these languages can be mapped to and from various formal languages already supported by ACE.
More development effort has gone into German, Spanish and Finnish. Other implementations have holes in the coverage of ACE constructs that are not provided by the RGL.
Depicted are the ACE version and the German version (containing the look-ahead editor).
Note that the UI is language dependent.
Ambiguity between object and subject relative clause. Occurs in German and Dutch. The wiki users can choose the correct tree by looking at the tree set in a language other than German, e.g. DisambGer (if it exists).
GF source editing is available in the GF Cloud Service. AceWiki-GF just reflects that. Some types of errors can be pinpointed.
Every country that does not border a sea is a landlocked-country.
SubClassOf( ObjectIntersectionOf( :country ObjectComplementOf( ObjectSomeValuesFrom( :border :sea ) ) ) :landlocked-country )
Which country is a landlocked-country?
ObjectIntersectionOf( :country :landlocked-country )