Fb2 Naive Semantics for Natural Language Understanding (The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) ePub
by Kathleen Dahlgren
|Subcategory:||Technologies and Computers|
|Publisher:||Kluwer Academic; 1988 edition (August 31, 1988)|
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|ePub eBook:||1373 kb|
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The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science.
The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science. The basic assumption of NS is that knowing what a word means is not very different from knowing anything else, so that there is no difference in form of cognitive representation between lexical semantics and ency clopedic knowledge.
semantic analysis by Wolfgang Minker, Alex Waibel, Joseph Mariani 1999.
In a general setting the term has been used to refer to the use of a limited store of generally understood knowledge about a specific domain in the world, and has been applied to fields such as the knowledge based design of data schemas.
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Main Author: Dahlgren, Kathleen.
Naive semantics is an approach used in computer science for .
For instance the word "water" and the assertion water(X) may be associated with the three predicates clear(X), liquid(X) and tasteless(X). YouTube Encyclopedic.