Browse Dept. of Computer Science by Subject "Language, Linguistics"
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(1992)The research contribution of this dissertation is a formal, computational model of the semantics of negation in natural language; its major components are two knowledge representation formalisms with Boolean semantics: a ...
(1990)We propose the use of graph grammars as a theory to organize programming of highly-concurrent systems. To understand the interactions among components of a concurrent system it is useful to visualize the system as dynamically ...
Language Acquisition in a Unification-Based Grammar Processing System Using a Real-World Knowledge Base (1993)One of the obstacles to be overcome in Natural Language Understanding is the existence of lexical gaps; that is, words or word senses which are not in the lexicon of the system. No lexicon, whether hand-coded or derived ...
(2001)This thesis presents theoretical and empirical arguments for the advantages of using: (i) Sentence structure. (ii) The Sequential Model . Empirical arguments are given using word-prediction and part of speech tagging tasks. ...