I am trying to apply Cornell Semantic Parsing framework (implementation of Combinatory Categorial Grammars CCG) to the German language. This framework takes natural language texts, learns grammar and translates those texts into logical expressions (lambda calculus) that are useful for natural-language processing.
My question is: Are there some developments of CCG for German language? Google gives almost nothing fundamental, only some examples are considered. But I searched only resources in English language. Maybe there are good developments and efforts that are available only in German language? I would be happy to hear about them.
What is general consensus about applicability of CCG to German language? From the one side German language has strict word order and therefore CCG seems to be applicable. From the other side, German has article and word inflections and this can make things more complex.
Any ideas and hints are welcome. It would be nice to continue already existing efforts and not to reinvent everything from scratch.