Citations for ACE, ART, FFTB

Is there a canonical citation for ACE? Is the best thing to just link here: http://sweaglesw.org/linguistics/ace/? For FFTB: http://moin.delph-in.net/FftbTop? What about ART?

For ACE, I’ve been using:

@inproceedings{crysmann2012towards,
title={Towards Efficient {HPSG} Generation for {G}erman, a Non-Configurational Language.},
author={Crysmann, Berthold and Packard, Woodley},
booktitle={COLING},
pages={695–710},
year={2012}
}

(Would appreciate being corrected if that’s wrong; I think adding the link would make sense either way).

The 2012 paper Olga mentioned is OK for ACE, although I think a footnote with the URL is much more common and probably more helpful for the reader. For FFTB, you can cite my masters thesis, which explains all about it. Sorry, I don’t have a BibTeX entry handy. There is no precedent for ART citation. If you want to do something, I would just put the URL in a footnote.

Woodley

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Thanks both!

@mastersthesis{Packard:15,
title={Full Forest Treebanking},
author={Packard, Woodley},
school={University of Washington},
year={2015}
}

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