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Wallace M. Communicating with Databases in Natural Language
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: Communicating with Databases in Natural Language

: Wallace M.

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: Computer science/

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: 1985

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: 10.12.2005

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Active      see Passive and active
Adjective      43 83 99 129
Adverb      83
Adverbial clauses      43
Advisei      12
Algebra      see Relational algebra
Ambiguity      20 45 50
Anaphora      33 34 38
Anaphora, identity of reference (IRA), identity of sense (ISA)      36 37 42
Antonymy      31
Applicability      see Restrictions
Application independence      see Portability
Arguments, PROLOG      157
Article      83 98
ASK      38 39
Association      61 135
atom      66 135
Attribute      31 57 123
Augmentation      21 116 117
Augmented transition network (ATN)      see Transition netwoik
Backtracking      22 160
Bag      66 136
Bari      27 44
Benefactive case      86
Body, PROLOG      157
Browser      47
Builder, natural language interface      16
Built-in vocabulary      see Vocabulary basic
Calculus      see Relational calculus
Case analysis      29 52
Case, grammatical      87 90
Classifier      43 83 99
Clause      84 93
Clause, PROLOG      156
COBOL      49
CODASYL      17 39 123
Communication, verbal and teletype      110
Comparison operators      61 134
Complements      83
Completeness      13 47
Component, PROLOG      158
componential analysis      91 112 113
Concepts, underlying      see Componential analysis
Conceptual Dependency      27 44
Conjunctions      93 137 139
Content woids      21 30 109
context      33 109
Continuation      114
Converting D$\&$Qs      71
COPSE database      152
Core dictionary      see Dictionary core
Core qualifier      see Qualifier core
COUNT      83 98
Coverage      28
Currying      59
D$\&$Qs      53 56 133
Data model      see Modelling data
Database management system (DBMS)      43 122 123
Declaiative      40
Declarative sentence      83
Deep structure      51
Definition      28
Degree-of-strictness, grammar      109
Derived relations      see Relations base
description      53 58 63 66 98 133
Description, definite      70 71
Determiner      118 131
Determiner, formal      53 69 134
Dialogue      48 127
Dictionary, core      27 128 basic)
Dictionary, data      15 62 113 128 131
Dictionary, English      29
Direct object case      86
Domain      39 85 107
Domain hierarchy      31 9.5
Domain, built-in      95
Election database      150
Ellipsis      33 109
Entity      18 39 94 123
Entity relation      94
EUFID      38 4.3
European Economic Community      11
Events      37 92 111 125
Expert Systems      12
Fact, PROLOG      156
Fall back, mode of parsing      109
Fiance      621
Field      31
Fifth generation project      62
Focus      129
Formal query language      15 40
frames      38
Free variable      135
Front end      12 121ff.
Function      see Mathematical function
Function words      21 29 109
Functions, natural language      63 103 1.37
Functor, PROLOG      158
Generation, natural language      12 126
German      121
Goal, PROLOG      156
Grammar compiler      see Parsei
Grammar rule, PROLOG      84
Graphics      126
Habitability      i4
Head, PROLOG      157
Headnoun      43 83 98
Hungary      62
Hyponymy      31 95
Identifying attribute      94 95
Idiom      114
Imperative      83
Incompatability      31
Incremental      14
Inflexion      114
Informational      see Restrictions
Instantiation      42 159
INTELLECT      26 30 32 43 111 121 126
Intelligence      22 43 47
Intelligent terminal      126
Interrogative      83
Japan      62 121
Jets      47
Joins      123
Joins, implicit      94 95 123
Keyword      124
Knowledge engineer      112
KRL      39
LADDER      22 43
Lambda abstraction      see Currying
Left recursion      117
LIFER      21 30 32 35
list command      see RDBMS list
List, D$\&$Qs      66 136
List, PROLOG      159
Looping      160
LUNAR      33 34 38 39
Matching, domains      95 102
Mathematical function      55
Menu system      126
Meta data and metaquestions      46 109 124
Microcomputer      127
Modelling, data      17 31 38 56 94
MRL      41
Names, initials, first names and surnames      110 111
Negation      140
NETEDI      28
Networking      126
Normal form      96
Noun      83
Noun phrase      83 97
Noun phrase, compound      83 97
Noun phrase, definite      33 55 125 131
Noun phrase, simple      97
Noun, modifier      98 99 103 130
Noun, proper      84 97
Null case      89
Object, data      39
Object, direct and indirect      43 (see also Direct object case)
Objective case      52
Operator, PROLOG      65 134 158
Packages, software      12 126
Paraphrase      28 125
Parse tree      51
Parser      21
Parser, PROLOG      116 128
Passive and active      83 85
Pattern      18
Planes      22 28 32 34 38 43
PLANNER      37 40
PLIDIS      53 121
Portability      16 112 116
Possessive      83
Postmodifier      101 103 105
Postqualifier      101 105
Pragmatics      44 51
Predicate calculus      42 56 125
Predication      92 111 112
Preference semantics      27 38 44 45
Preposition      129
Prepositional phrase      83 99
Preset values      33 36
Presupposition failure      54 70 71 125
Pro-adjectives, pro-acts and pro-verbs      37
Probable and possible events      112
Procedural      40 159
Production      21 116
PROLOG      62 118ff 156
PROLOG database      49 62 108 128
PROLOG, Unix      108
Pronouns      36ff. 61 121
Property      18
PRUF      32
QPKOC      48 108 128ff
Qualification, attributive and restrictive      101 103
Qualifier      53 66 133
QUALIFIER, compound      139
Qualifier, core      100 101 104 119
QUALIFIER, Curried      60 66 136
QUALIFIER, simple      61 13.5
Qualifying phrases      20 26
Quantification      34 41
Quantifier hierarchy      54 55 quantifier)
Query by example      12
Query language      see Formal query language
QUERYMASTER      66
RDBMS list commands      71
Record      31 39
Recursion      157 (see also Left recursion)
Reference of a DESCRIPTION      136
Reference, anaphoric      see Anaphora
Reference, evaluation      55
Reference, pronominal      33 56
Reference, relations      36
REL      26 28 43
Relational algebra and calculus      40 94
Relational data model      31 38 39 61 94 123
Relations      31 61 88
Relations, base and derived      96
Relations, binary      26 127
relationships      123
Relative clause      43 83 98 103 105 130
Restrictions, structural, informational, applicability      17 18 19 26 38 43 83
Result specification, list command      72ff
Results, D$\&$Qs      71 140
Robot      26
Rule, PROLOG      156
Rule, list command      72ff
Runtime components of QPROC      115
Satisfaction      61 68 13.5 136
Scope, quantifier      51 ff
Scope, variable      59 64
Segment      31
Selection      61 135
Semantic category      97 98 101 104 107
Semantic grammar      26
Semantic nets      38
Semantic primitives      see Componential analysis
Semantics      31 82
Set, CODASYL      31
Set, D$\&$Qs      67 135
Shorthand      27
SHRDLU      34ff. 40 124
Speech acts      16 46
Spelling correction      32
Spoken language      12 126
Structural      see Restrictions
Sub-entity      40
Subsets, natural language      11 15
Substitute      33
Synonym      31 113 114 122 124 125
Syntax, D$\&$Qs      64 133
Syntax, formalism      65 133 734
Term, predicate calculus      56 58
Term, PROLOG      157
Terse queries      109
text      12 17
TQA      38
Trace, grammatical      105
Trace, PROLOG      75ff.
Transition network      22ff
Transition tree      22
Translation, language      11
Tuple      61 100
Unification      159ff.
UNIX      108
Unrecognised words      132
Update, database      125
Values, data      39 113
Verb      27 29 43 84
Verb, main      83
Verb, modifiers      83 84 91 93 129
Verb, vocabulary entry      88ff
Verb, to be      705 129
Vertical systems      124
Vocabulary, basic      110 113
Vocabulary, full      113 774
Vocabulary, limited      110
Who, where, when, etc.      44 95
Conv      81
Group      68
Group, equality and union      68
Id      67 106 107
Instrument case      87
Predicate      56
Predicate, built-in      161
Predicate, PROLOG      157
Recipient case      88
Retrieve      63
Total      67
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