I would appreciation some clarification of your comments about my grammar;
they don't even seem applicable.
1) it's my variant of a BNF grammar, and I don't like to obscure the grammar
by including calls to semantic programs.
2) it does not include the lexical analyzer, that is described separately
3) it's possible there are minor errors in it, because I wrote this for documentation.
My current parser is based on an early grammar that I wrote years ago.
I custom coded it using the Unicon language.
I have not machine processed this grammar.
4) I don't where you get the idea that I copied it from somewhere.
This is my own creation which began with my first efforts in 1996. Dick McCullough
Context Knowledge Systems
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2014 17:49:53 -0700
To: rhm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] physical context and mental context
Your last paragraph is incorrect, incidentally. I find nothing at all exceptional and much that is copied, in your "grammar." The file that I have read is a flawed account of some syntax, lacking semantic statements and pragmatics. Yet another logic is two to a penny and a total waste of time without clear foundations.
Now, before you point to Rand's "non-political" Objectivist context - let me point out that I find nothing that is original in Rand's remarks and nothing at all that is innovative.
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