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1992

Monotonic Semantic Interpretation

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Monotonic Semantic Interpretation
Aspects of semantic interpretation, such as quantifier scoping and reference resolution, are often realised computationally by non-monotonic operations involving loss of information and destructive manipulation of semantic representations. The paper describes how monotonic reference resolution and scoping can be carried out using a revised Quasi Logical Form (QLF) representation. Semantics for QLF are presented in which the denotations of formulas are extended monotonically as QLF expressions are resolved.
Hiyan Alshawi, Richard S. Crouch
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Type Conference
Year 1992
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Authors Hiyan Alshawi, Richard S. Crouch
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