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Hirst G. — Semantic interpretation and the resolution of ambiguity
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Название: Semantic interpretation and the resolution of ambiguity

Автор: Hirst G.

Аннотация:

In this particularly well written volume Graeme Hirst presents a theoretically motivated foundation for semantic interpretation (conceptual analysis) by computer, and shows how this framework facilitates the resolution of both lexical and syntactic ambiguities.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Computer science/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1987

Количество страниц: 263

Добавлена в каталог: 08.12.2005

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"Temperature is ninety" problem      30
a, frame determiner      17—18 56—57
Abelson, Robert Paul      33 77 78 87 118
Absity      43 44—72 98 126 189—191
Absity, abilities      72
Absity, examples of      52—55 73
Absity, hiding disambiguation in      96—97
Absity, implementation      56
Absity, inabilities      59—72 73
Absolute adjectives      69
ACCOMPANIER case      7
Actually      71
ADJ-to-V ambiguity      148
Adjectival      145
Adjectival/present-participle ambiguity      145
Adjective phrase      63 139
Adjective-phrase/prepositional-phrase ambiguity      139 141
Adjective/present-participle ambiguity      139 142
Adjectives      48 49 69 139 213
Adjectives as nouns      144
Adjectives, absolute      69
Adjectives, intensional      69
Adjectives, measure      69
Adjectives, role      69
Adverb attachment      133—136 184—185
Adverbs      7 31 48 50 71 184—185
again      71
AGENT case      7 9 61 109 111 115 169 217
Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz      31
Akmajian, Adrian      xi 13 51 113
Ali, Yawar B.      69
All-readings hypothesis      85 91—94 152
Allen, James Frederick      4
Ambiguity and heart rate      84
Ambiguity in Amhara culture      205—206
Ambiguity in non-Western cultures      205—206
Ambiguity in Somali culture      205
Ambiguity, case      7—9
Ambiguity, categorial      5—6 86 92—94 143 149 157
Ambiguity, categorial, definition of      5
Ambiguity, lexical      4—6 69 112 157 212—213
Ambiguity, lexical, definition of      4—6
Ambiguity, local      11
Ambiguity, morphological      212
Ambiguity, structural      9—12 38 131—152 215
Ambiguity, structural, analytic      137—149
Ambiguity, structural, as closure problem      150—152
Ambiguity, structural, attachment      131—136
Ambiguity, structural, attachment, non-exam pie      134—136
Ambiguity, structural, definition of      9—12
Amhara culture, ambiguity in      205—206
Amsler, Robert A.      5 200—201
Anaphors      4 38 81 209
Anaphors, focus for referents      17
Anaphors, focus for referents, psychological reality      18
Anaphors, surface count      4
AND      49
Anderson, John Robert      86 88 124 125
Anti-promiscuity rule      102
Antos, Stephen J.      230
Appelt, Douglas      38
Applications of this research      192
Archbold, Armar A.      38
Arens, Yigal      110
Arguments, abstract representation of      192
Artificial counterexamples      20 173 176 191 194
artificial intelligence      32—34 39
Artificial intelligence in military systems      194
Assert function      16 17
ATN parser      19 81 82 198
ATN parser, structural disambiguation in      152—153
Attr      68
Auble, Pamela      200
Auxiliary      48 50
Backward chaining      16
Bakei, Carl Lee      xi
Ballard, Dana H.      200 203
Barwise, Jon      190 195 207
Base rules for be      65—66
Base rules for pseudo-words      51
Base rules of grammar      45 55
Base rules, correspondence to semantic rules      45
Base-structure rules      19
Bates, Madeleine      19
Bauer, Laurie      70 144
Be      30 62—66
be, frame semantics for      64
BE, syntactic category      65
BE2, syntactic category      66
Because      49
Becker, Joseph D.      1 110 134
Benjamin, Thomas B.      90
Berkovits, Rochele      136
Bever, Thomas G.      11 42 143
Bienkowski, Marie A.      92—94 119 121 220
Birnbaum, Lawrence      2
Biuniqueness condition      8
Blank, Michelle A.      88
Blocks world      15
Bobrow, Daniel Gureasko      13 14 169 198—199
Boden, Margaret A.      xi
Boguraev, Branimir Konstantinov      3 81—82 126 153
Boltzmann machine      214
Boots-And-All Theory of Language Comprehension      212
BORIS      196
Bottom-up priority      42 196
Boyd, Julian      4
Brachman, Ronald J.      xi 13 198
Brautigan, Richard      203—205
Bresnan, Joan Wanda      8 11 114 133 136 137 140 143 150 152 153 155—158 160 161 162 167 168 172 177 217 218
Brown University      15 44
Brown, Gretchen P.      4
Browse, Roger Alexander      7
Bruin      15—16 59 68
Brunson Barbara Anne      8 9 10 166 216 217
Burger, John F.      34
Burgess, Curt      94
Buy      106
buy, Polaroid Word for      107
Cairns, Helen Smith      90
Canned phrase      70 110 195 209—210
Carbonell, Jaime Guillermo Jr.      7
Carlson, Greg      177 220
Carlson, Marcia      9 161 162
Carpenter, Patricia A.      85 89 120 122 176 191
Cascaded ATN      198
CASE      40 81 82
Case theory      7
Case, preferred      155—157
Case-slot identity theory      48
Categorial grammar      31
Cater, Arthur William Sebright      2 3
Cement Semantics      59
Chapman, Jean P.      90
Chapman, Loren J.      90
Charniak, Eugene      xi 3 12 15—17 18—20 33 39 48 59 78 97 98 102 116 119 124 171 193 198 200 203
Chierchia, Gennaro      208
Chomsky, Noam Avram      19 39 45 217
Church, Kenneth W.      9 197
Clark, Eve V.      xi
Clark, Herbert H.      xi 158
Clause end      48 50
Cleft sentence      146 147
Cleft/non-cleft ambiguity      146 147
CLEND      51
Clifton, Charles Jr.      137 168 177 178 220
Closure      150—152 155—157
Closure, counterexample      151
Closure, definition of      150
Cognitive modeling      12 20 191
Cohen, Leonard      205
Cole, Peter      4
Collins Allan M.      86 124 125
Combinatorial explosion, preventing      175—176
Common-sense knowledge      15
Compositionality      14 26 27 28 32 35—38 39 43 50 58 61 62 65 183
Compositionality, definition of      27
Compositionality, words that violate      71—72 212
Compound nominal      69—70 144 154—155
Conceptual Dependency      29 193 194 199
Conceptual graphs      191 199
Conjunction      48
Conjunction, coordinate      49
Conjunction, not in Absity      69
Conjunction, subordinate      49
Connectionist systems      214
Connine, Cynthia      168 177
Constructed path      100
Construction rule, in grammar      45
context      17—18 78 83 85 87 158 183
Context, marker passing in      114
Context, recognition of      77
Context, representation of      114
Contingent obligation, no representation in Frail      68
Conversational implicature      71
Cooper, Robin      67 207
Cornell, Garrison Weeks      199 200
Counterfactual, representation of      209
Cowie, A.P.      182
Crain, Stephen      11 147 158—162 167 221
crook, Polaroid Word for      111
CSAW      82—83 98 118 125
Cullingford, Richard Edward      77
Cumulating evidence approach      123
Cunningham, Anne E.      78
Cutler, Anne      10 136
Danernan, Meredyth      85 89 120 122
Dative movement      162
De dicto reading, definition of      26 59
De Groot, Annette M.B.      125 215
De re reading, definition of      26 59
Deadlock, in Polaroid Words      112
Decision point problem      85
Declarative sentence      35—38
Declarative/interrogative ambiguity      147—148
Decompositional semantics      28—29 207
Definite reference      4 17 38 40 170 209
Definitional be      62—64 66
Deixis      4
DeJong, Gerald Francis      29
Dell, Gary S.      90
Demands of design      191
despite      166 217
DESTINATION case      109 179—180
Determiner      31 48 49 50
Determiner, complex      67
Determinism, not in idiom interpretation      210
Determinism, strict      19 167
Deverbal noun      140
DIALOGIC      198
Dick, Judith Patricia      192
Dictionary, on-line      200
Dictionary, structure of      200
Dinneen, David A.      158
Disambiguation by lexical preference      155—157
Disambiguation, categorial      160
Disambiguation, effect of constituent length      218
Disambiguation, effect of intonation      136 147
Disambiguation, effect of punctuation      136 146 147
Disambiguation, effect of reading skill on method      78
Disambiguation, lexical      15 43 77—127 176 181 183 193—194 199 200—201 213—215
Disambiguation, lexical, impaired in schizophrenia      90
Disambiguation, lexical, in MOPTRANS      195
Disambiguation, lexical, local cues in      78
Disambiguation, lexical, psychological research      84—95
Disambiguation, lexical, statistical approaches      77
Disambiguation, lexical, time course of      121—123
Disambiguation, structural      15 43 152—186 197 198—199 216—217
Disambiguation, structural, decision point of      219
Disambiguation, structural, in MOPTRANS      195
Disambiguation, structural, time course of      123
Disambiguation, structural, with spreading activation      199
Disambiguation, unnecessary      194
Discourse comment      185 211
Discrimination net      83 213
Distributed representations      200
Dominant sense      90—92 94 110 123
Donnenwerth-Nolan, Suzanne      3
Dore, John      162 179
Downing, Pamela      69 144
Dowty, David R.      xi 30—32
Driscoll, Alan S.      200 214
Drury, Donald      5
Dyer, Michael George      196
Dynamic verb      61—62
eat      206—207
Eiselt, Kurt P.      121—122 213
Eliot, Thomas Steams      205
Engelman, Carl      193—194 209
Epithet insertion      212
Epithets      72
Erase function      16
Even      71
Exemplar Principle      169 178 182
EXPERIENCER case      217
Expert Systems      192
Extension      59—60
Extension, definition of      26
Eye movements, in disambiguation studies      161
Fahlman, Scott Elliot      98 203 214
False positive      102 203
Fanty, Mark A.      200
Fass, Daniel C.      170
Fawcett, Brenda Louise      60
Feed      206—207
Feedback to parser      26 38 39 43 45 58
Feeman, Dorothy J.      78
Feldman, Jerome Arthur      200 203 214
Fenstad, Jens Erik      208
Ferrara, S.      4
Ferreira, Fernanda      161 168 219
Fikes, Richard E.      xi
Fillmore, Charles J.      4 7
Final Expected Argument Principle      156 167 171
Finin, Timothy Wilking      70 101 155 169
Fischler, Iia      215
Flag, case      7 40 50 70 79 106 112 167
Focus      17—18 57 170
Fodor, Janet Dean      xi 10 11 28—29 156 221
Fodor, Jerry Alan      28 38 117
Follett, Wilson      134
Ford, Marilyn      11 133 136 137 140 143 150 152 153 155—158 160 161 162 167 168 172 174 177 217 218
Forster, Kenneth I.      42
Foss, Donald J.      xi 87 88 89 90
Fowler, Henry Watson      1 166 177 182
FRAIL      12 14 15—18 33 44 46 49 58—61 64 105 108 120 121 168—169 171 191 198 206 207 209 219
Frail, marker passing in      98—100
Frail, meta-notation for      56—57 69
Frail, no representation of sets      66
Frail, representation of counterfactual      209
Frail, representation of negation      68
Frame descriptor      46—50
Frame determiner      17—18 46—50 56 169 191 209
Frame determiner, adding negation to      69
Frame equivalence statement      66
Frame equivalencer      66
Frame semantics      207
Frame statement      46—50
Frame-statement/frame-name      55
frames      12—18 33 34 41 43 46 48—50 77 82—83 105 194 201
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