Why did I call this thing Elkhound? Well, many of the other parser generators' names have an animal theme (actually, they tend to be ungulates, but whatever), I like Norwegian Elkhounds, and their (very) furry coat reminded me of multiple parsers pursuing parallel interpretations, so there you have it. Also, I'm terrible at coming up with names so I seized upon the first one I thought of which didn't sound just plain stupid, and it's too late to change it now.

Anyway, here are a few more pictures of Elkhounds I found with Google's image search:

Norwegian Elkhound http://www.akc.org/images/breeds/norwgnek.jpg

Elkhound puppy on red carpet http://www.inch.com/~dogs/lilshep.jpg

Elkhound standing in field of grass http://www.petgroomer.com/BREEDS/elkhound-2.jpg

Elkhound on wood floor, looking up at camera, ears folded http://www.bethelks.edu/jthiesen/Images/katie2001nov17.jpg

Elkhound puppy lying on another Elkhound http://www.bethelks.edu/jthiesen/Images/nelliekatie2000nov26.jpg

Elkhound in the snow http://www.bethelks.edu/jthiesen/Images/katie_snow_jan_2000.jpg

Elkhound puppy playing with a twig http://www.vachss.com/dogs/guest_dogs/images/madison_fenris2.jpg

Elkhound puppy playing with a chew toy http://www.castlebarelkhounds.com/puppy111.jpg

Elkhound standing in a park, on a leash http://www.ourdogs.co.uk/News/March2002/News290302/images/combined7.jpg

Elkhound puppy on newspapers http://www.canadogs.com/images/NorElkhoundpup.jpg

And here are a some of Windy, taken 2/2/03:

Windy in the snow

Windy in the snow

Windy in the snow

Windy in the snow

Windy in the snow

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