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The following material relates to Lojban's grammar but has not yet been reviewed for curation:
 
The following material relates to Lojban's grammar but has not yet been reviewed for curation:
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* [[jbocre: MEX grammar proposal|MEX grammar proposal]]
 
* [[jbocre: MEX grammar proposal|MEX grammar proposal]]

Revision as of 14:45, 23 March 2014

Lojban has an unambiguous grammar based on the principles of logic. This grammar is a fundamental part of what makes Lojban the language it is. As a consequence, it has received careful study and criticism.

An unambiguous grammar is formal and regular. There is a single, unambiguous structure (called a parse tree) resulting from any text. Lojban grammar does not specify semantics. The meaning of any particular parse tree is outside the scope of the grammar.

History

Official Grammar

PEG

.alyn.post. is working on a proposal for a 4th baseline for the Lojban machine grammar, replacing the YACC specification with PEG.

Main Article: PEG

Implementations of a Lojban grammar

Detailed Discussion

The following pages contain technical details and discussion concerning Lojban's grammar:

Further Reading

See Also

Uncategorized Material

The following material relates to Lojban's grammar but has not yet been reviewed for curation: