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Secondly, while multi-dimensional grammars are relatively mature computational tools, their theory is not well developed, meaning that it is difficult, for instance, to prove formal properties such as the equivalence of grammars. In the light of these shortcomings, logic approaches present themselves as a valuable alternative to grammatical frameworks. Logic approaches, by their very nature, are semantic. A logic calculus for reasoning with and about diagrammatic languages is thus a more adequate approach to treating semantics.
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