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Using Stanford NLP I have a series of parses - for example

 "They will have been going to the park." 

to (among other things) the Verb Phrase

 (MD will)(VP (VB have)(VP (VBN been)(VP (VBG going)

Where

MD: Modal Verb
VB: Verb, base form,
VBD: Verb, past tense
VBG: Verb, gerund or present participle
VBN: Verb, past participle
VBP: Verb, non-3rd person singular present
VBZ: Verb, 3rd person singular present

I was assuming there must be a straight translation from a series like

 (MD)(VP (VB)(VP (VBN)(VP (VBG)) 

to a tense such as Perfect Continuous future.

Is this sound logic?

If so, does such a mapping exist anywhere?

(I'm not looking for any kind of software answer or recommendation, merely confirmation or otherwise that such a mapping either exists or could exist.)

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