DIALOGIC: A Core Natural-Language Processing System
Rosenschein, Stanley J.
Hendrix, GaryNote: Order does not necessarily reflect citation order of authors.
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CitationGrosz, Barbara, Norman Hass, Gary Hendrix, Jerry Hobbs, Paul Martin, Robert Moore, Jane Robinson, and Stanley Rosenschein. 1982. DIALOGIC: A core natural-language processing system. In COLING 82: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Computational Linguistics, July 5-10, 1982, Prague, ed. International Conference on Computational Linguistics, and Ján Horecký, 95-100, North-Holland linguistic series, 47. Amsterdam: North-Holland Pub. Co.
AbstractThe DIALOGIC system translates English sentences into representations of their literal meaning in the context of an utterance. These representations, or "logical forms," are intended to be a purely formal language that is as close as possible to the structure of natural language, while providing the semantic compositionality necessary for meaning-dependent computational processing. The design of DIALOGIC (and of its constituent modules) was influenced by the goal of using it as the core language-processing component in a variety of systems, some of which are transportable to new domains of application.
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