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Du TAL au TIL

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Du TAL au TIL
position paper. Historically two types of NLP have been investigated: fully automated processing of language by machines (NLP) and autonomous processing of natural language by people, i.e. the human brain (psycholinguistics). We believe that there is room and need for another kind, INLP: interactive natural language processing. This intermediate approach starts from peoples’ needs, trying to bridge the gap between their actual knowledge and a given goal. Given the fact that peoples’ knowledge is variable and often incomplete, the aim is to build bridges linking a given knowledge state to a given goal. We present some examples, trying to show that this goal is worth pursuing, achievable and at a reasonable cost. Mots-clés : traitement interactif de la langue, prise en compte de l'usager, outils de traitement de la langue, apprentissage des langues, dictionnaires, livres de phrases, concordanciers, traduction.
Michael Zock, Guy Lapalme
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Type Journal
Year 2012
Where CORR
Authors Michael Zock, Guy Lapalme
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