Finite Structure Query
Finite Structure Query (or fsq for short) is a tool for querying syntactically annotated treebanks.
Current version: 2.1 - 28th February 2008
One of the main design goals of
is to provide a very powerful query language. Therefore
provides full first-order logic as query language. Trees in many
linguistic corpora are nowadays often enriched by secondary edges.
Thus fsq uses
finite structures as underlying data types, and not just trees.
fsq is developed by
The treebank viewer is developed by Hartmut Keck.
Check out MonaSearch, too. MonaSearch offers monadic second-order logic as query language and is faster than fsq. But MonaSearch is currently restricted to querying proper trees only.