From English Resource Grammar and Lexicon, at the Linguistics Department at Stanford:
The LinGO English Resource Grammar (ERG) is a broad-coverage, linguistically precise HPSG-based grammar of English. It was developed initially using the PAGE system, but the LKB is now the primary grammar engineering environment. The ERG is semantically grounded in Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS), which is a form of flat semantic representation capable of supporting underspecification.
Got there from the current research page for UIUC's linguistics department.
Which, you know, I was just glancing at.
Like most places, they didn't like taking their own undergrads as graduate students, but figure it's been long enough. . .
Trouble is, I can't decide between CogSci and law. Well, guess there's no reason I couldn't do both.
Except that whole only 24 hours in the day thing.
Temp assignment ends on Wednesday. Figure I'll make a day trip to Shampoo-Banana at some point. Just to get the feel of the place, and decide if I'm even willing to spend another couple years there.
Oh, and about that project mentioned up top? If you didn't follow a word of the description, it's a Cool-Sounding Thing. Trust me on this.