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ACL
1992
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Linear Context-Free Rewriting Systems and Deterministic Tree-Walking Transducers
We show that the class of string languages generated by linear context-free rewriting systems is equal to the class of output languages of deterministic treewalking transducers. F...
David J. Weir
ACL
1992
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Accommodating Context Change
Two independent mechanisms of context change have been discussed separately in the literature
Bonnie L. Webber, Breck Baldwin
ACL
1992
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Information States as First Class Citizens
The information state of an agent is changed when a text (in natural language) is processed. The meaning of a text can be taken to be this information state change potential. The ...
Jørgen Villadsen
ACL
1992
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Spatial Lexicalization in the Translation of Prepositional Phrases
A pattern in the translation of locative prepositional phrases between English and Spanish is presented. A way of exploiting this pattern is proposed in the context of a multiling...
Arturo Trujillo
ACL
1992
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Information Retrieval Using Robust Natural Language Processing
We developed a fully automated Information Retrieval System which uses advanced natural language processing techniques to enhance the effectiveness of traditional key-word based d...
Tomek Strzalkowski, Barbara Vauthey
ACL
1992
8 years 5 months ago
Recognition of Linear Context-Free Rewriting Systems
The class of linear context-free rewriting systems has been introduced as a generalization of a class of grammar formalisms known as mildly context-sensitive. The recognition prob...
Giorgio Satta
ACL
1992
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Prosodic Aids to Syntactic and Semantic Analysis of Spoken English
Prosody can be useful in resolving certain lexical and structural ambiguities in spoken English. In this paper we present some results of employing two types of prosodic informati...
Chris D. Rowles, Xiuming Huang
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