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From Specialized Syntax to General Logic: The Case of Comparatives

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From Specialized Syntax to General Logic: The Case of Comparatives
General-purpose reasoning based on knowledge encoded in natural language, requires mapping this knowledge out of its syntax-dependent form into a more general representation that can be more flexibly applied and manipulated. We have created a system that accomplishes this in a variety of cases via mapping English syntactic expressions into predicate and term logic expressions, which can then be cognitively manipulated by tools such as a probabilistic logic engine, an information-theoretic pattern miner and others. Here we illustrate the functionality of this system in the particular case of comparative constructions.
Ruiting Lian, Rodas Solomon, Amen Belayneh, Ben Go
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where AGI
Authors Ruiting Lian, Rodas Solomon, Amen Belayneh, Ben Goertzel, Gino Yu, Changle Zhou
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