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[BOOK] Semantic Structures: Advances in Natural Language Processing DL Waltz – 2014 – books.google.com … Texas Instruments, that lets users build natural language “front ends” for pro- grams—one uses a mouse to select the words for each sentence from a set of menu choices, insuring that the system will “understand” any user input; Q and A, a natural language database front end … Cited by 11 Related articles All 5 versions

Learning from natural instructions D Goldwasser, D Roth – Machine learning, 2014 – Springer … Page 6. 210 Mach Learn (2014) 94:205–232 In addition to the card game domain, we take a closer look the semantic interpretation learning process by studying a different domain, a natural language database access domain (Geoquery). In Sect. 5 we provide further details. … Cited by 23 Related articles All 13 versions

A Proposed Natural Language Query Processing System AG Satav, AB Ausekar, RM Bihani, A Shaikh… – International Journal of …, 2014 – warse.org … We will perform the following steps for the transformation of query from natural language to database query (SQL) sequentially as listed in the following points: • First we will accept the string in natural language. … User Database SQL Query Query Mapping Spelling Correction … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Metafrastes: A news ontology-based information querying using natural language processing H Embregts, V Milea, F Frasincar – The 8th International Conference on …, 2014 – Springer … systems. Cooperative Query System (CO-OP) [9] is a portable natural language database query system which was developed in the mid-1980s and meant to work with a CODASYL database management system. It focuses … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

A denotational semantics for natural langauge query interfaces to semantic web triplestores RA Frost, J Donais, E Mathews… – Submitted for publication, 2014 – cs.uwindsor.ca Page 1. A Denotational Semantics for Natural Language Query Interfaces to Semantic Web Triplestores Richard A. Frost*, Jonathon Donais*, Eric Mathews*, and Rob Stewart** *School of Computer Science, University of Windsor … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Natural Language Database Interface with Probabilistic Context Free Grammar S Jadhav, UL Kulkarni – sites.ijrit.com Abstract A Natural Language Interface to a Database (NLIDB) is a system that allows the user to access information stored in a database by typing requests expressed in some natural language.(NLIDB) are systems that translate a natural language sentence into a … Related articles All 2 versions

Natural Language Database Interface A Khapane, M Kapadane, P Patil, S Siraj – 2014 – piserjournal.org Abstract: Databases have become important part of any organization. Almost all IT applications are storing into and retrieving information from databases. Retrieving information from the database requires knowledge of technical languages such as … Related articles

Natural Language Processing based SQL query generation for retrieval of data from temporal/non-temporal database. S Kolhe, N Muley – ijitam.org … response. Natural language database systems make use of syntactic knowledge and knowledge about the actual database in order to properly relate natural language input to the structure and contents of that database. Syntactic … Related articles

Maximum Entropy based Natural Language Interface for Relational Database S Deepthi, R Rejimoan… – International Journal of …, 2014 – irphouse.com … REFERENCES [1] Huangi; Guiang Zangi; Phillip Cy Sheu, “A Natural Language database interface based on probabilistic context free grammar”, IEEE international workshop on Semantic Computing and Systems, 2008, pp 155-162. Page 9. … Related articles

Development Of Natural Language Interface To Relational Databases C Nancy, SS Ali – ijcsest.com … grammar which accepts more number of queries. REFERENCES [1]. Harjit Singh, “Providing Inferential Capability to Natural Language Database Interface”, IJECSE, Vol.1, N0.3, pp. 1634 – 1639, 2012. [2]. Mrs. Neelu Nihalani, Dr. Sanjay Silakari, Dr. … Related articles

Information Retrieval using Natural Language Interfaces M Sreenivasulu – International Journal of Computer Applications, 2014 – ijcaonline.com … The proposed method allows non-expert user to access information from database. References. Harjit Singh, “Providing Inferential Capability to Natural Language Database Interface”, IJECSE, Vol. 1, N0. 3, pp. 1634 – 1639, 2012. … Related articles All 3 versions

Challenges and Implementation Steps of Natural Language Interface for Information Extraction from Database A Mohite, V Bhojane – ijrte.org … Engineering Vol. 02, No. 02, 2010, 219-223. [6] Karande ND, and Patil GA, (2009), Natural Language Database Interface for Selection of Data Using Grammar and Parsing, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. [7] F … Related articles

Natural Statement To Relational Query By Using Parsing Compiler R Mali, S Mali, P Gargote, P Toge, S Bajpai – 2014 – piserjournal.org … database semantics. In natural language database interfaces (NLDBI), manual construction of translation knowledge normally undermines domain portability because of its expensive human intervention. Experiments showed … Related articles

An Event-Driven Approach for Querying Graph-Structured Data Using Natural Language. RA Frost, W Agboola, E Matthews, JA Donais – EDBT/ICDT Workshops, 2014 – ceur-ws.org Page 1. An Event-Driven Approach for Querying Graph-Structured Data Using Natural Language Richard A. Frost, Wale Agboola, Eric Matthews and Jon Donais School of Computer Science University of Windsor, Canada richard@uwindsor.ca ABSTRACT … Related articles All 2 versions

Evaluating Supervised Semantic Parsing Methods on Application-Independent Data S Beschke – Pristine Perspectives on Logic, Language, and …, 2014 – Springer … One example is Geoquery, a widely used corpus for natural language database queries on US geography [1]. A prime reason for the focus on small data sets is that the annotation of training data with full semantic MRs is laborious. … Related articles All 5 versions

Parameterized Spatial SQL Translation for Geographic Question Answering W Chen – Semantic Computing (ICSC), 2014 IEEE International …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … 94-99. [3] NP Demers, “A Lexicalist Approach to Natural- Language Database Front-Ends,” Citeseer, 1999. [4] A. Afonso, L. Brito, and O. Vale, “An evolutionary method for natural language to SQL translation,” in Simulated Evolution and Learning, ed: Springer, 2008, pp. … Related articles All 2 versions

TANLION–TAmil Natural Language Interface for Querying ONtologies VA Ramachandran, I Krishnamurthi – Semantic Technology, 2014 – Springer … In: Proceedings of the 8th International conference on Intelligent user interfaces, 12–15 January 2003, Miami, Florida, USA (2003). 9. Jerrold Kaplan, S.: Designing a portable natural language database query system. ACM Trans. Database Syst. … Related articles

NLIDB System TheBest Way to Implement BSDRSV RAJU – d.researchbib.com … [2] J. Rojas, J. Torres, A Survey in Natural Language Databases Interfaces, 8vo. Congreso Intern. de Investigación en Ciencias Computa- cionales, Inst. … [14] AW Penn, DB Valet: A natural language database interface, MS thesis, Univ. of Lousville, 2000, www.louisville.edu. … Related articles

Automated Translation of SBVR to SQL Queries T Nadeem – Int. J. Emerg. Sci, 2014 – ijes.info … [11] Karanade. ND, Patil. GA (2009), Natural Language Database Interface for Selection of Data Using Grammar and Parsing. … SE (1988), The Multimedia Articulation of Answers in a Natural Language Database Query System. Stanford University and Hewlett Packard Labs. … Related articles All 3 versions

A novel approach to make NLP predictive and non-ambigious in Punjabi Language P Kaur, EV Pushe – 2014 – ijcsma.com … Harjit Singh, Providing Inferential Capability to Natural Language Database Interface, Assistant Professor: Department of Computer Science Punjabi University Akali Phoola Singh Neighbourhood Campus, Dehla Seehan (Sangrur), Punjab, India. [29]. … Related articles All 3 versions

TiQi: Towards natural language trace queries P Pruski, S Lohar, R Aquanette, G Ott… – … (RE), 2014 IEEE …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. TiQi: Towards Natural Language Trace Queries Piotr Pruski, Sugandha Lohar, Rundale Aquanette, Greg Ott, Sorawit Amornborvornwong, Alexander Rasin, and Jane Cleland-Huang School of Computing DePaul University … Related articles All 2 versions

Methodologies of Internet portals users’ short messages texts authorship identification based on the methods of mathematical linguistics S Milhail, L Ilya – … ), 2014 IEEE 8th International Conference on, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … speech [10]. Graph nodes are verb V, adjective Adj, preposition Prep, noun N, adverb Adv. Each arrow in the graph is conditioned by the syntactic predicates connections aggregate of limited natural language database (DB). Fig. 4 …

Facilitating Document Annotation Using Content And Querying Value C Nancy, SS Ali – ijcsonline.org … grammar which accepts more number of queries. REFERENCES [1]. Harjit Singh, “Providing Inferential Capability to Natural Language Database Interface”, IJECSE, Vol.1, N0.3, pp. 1634 – 1639, 2012. [2]. Mrs. Neelu Nihalani, Dr. Sanjay Silakari, Dr. … Related articles

Monitoring the Professional Evolution of Graduates with Multiagent Systems DF Rodrigues, A de Paiva Oliveira… – … Science and Its …, 2014 – Springer … An automated system for performing this task must overcome several challenges: collect information in natural language databases, extract information through natural language pro- cessing techniques, identify the entities and the roles played by these entities in the situation … Related articles

Freaks of Nature: The Unexpected Offspring of Conceptual Depend-ency and Generative Grammar in Machine Translation L Levin, T Mitamura, R Frederking – lti.cs.cmu.edu … By 1983, Jaime Carbonell’s position had evolved to include some syntax, in the form of semantic grammars. In particular, Carbonell’s XCalibur project was using semantic grammars to parse natural language database queries. … Related articles All 11 versions

Dependency Parsing Features for Semantic Parsing W Monroe, Y Wang – stanford.edu … Construction of meaning representations is useful for a variety of applica- tions, such as question answering (Clarke et al., 2010), dialogue systems (Artzi and Zettlemoyer, 2011), natural-language database interfaces (Zelle and Mooney, 1996), and natural-language instruc- tion … Related articles

[BOOK] Computational Linguistics: International Series in Modern Applied Mathematics and Computer Science N Cercone – 2014 – books.google.com … is over 60000 words. A natural language interface which gives extended natural language database interac- tions is presented by Bonnie Webber, Aravind Joshi, Eric Mays and Kathleen McKeown. They discuss two complementary …

QAS SD Joshi – ijaiem.org … which is a hybrid system. Keywords: QAS, 1. INTRODUCTION Since 1960s, a variety of natural language database frontends, dialog systems and language understanding systems were created. Most of the QA systems provide … Related articles

Question Answering System S Nalawade, S Kumar, D Tiwari – ijsr.net … Since 1960s, till the field was in its infancy, a variety of natural language database front-ends, dialog systems, and language understanding systems have been created. Current QA Systems are capable of evaluating answers from complex system of data. … Related articles

Multimodally Grounded Translation. T Honkela – 2013-Paris, 2014 – lodel.irevues.inist.fr … 2005). 4In 1980s, a large project was developing a natural language database interface for Finnish. … free. A natural language database interface is supposed to analyze the meaning in addition to the structure of the input sentences. … Related articles All 2 versions

Automated Suggestion of Tests for Identifying Likelihood of Adverse Drug Events R Banerjee, Y Choi, G Piyush, A Naik… – cs.stonybrook.edu … For information extraction, we use shallow parsing and pat- tern matching techniques to extract relevant text from available natural language databases. … Their approach does not, however, extend to external natural language databases. … Related articles All 2 versions

Question answering system: A heuristic approach V Bhoir, MA Potey – Applications of Digital Information and Web …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … discussions. Section 5 concludes the work and provides hints for future extension of the work. II. RELATED WORK Since 1960s, a variety of natural language database frontends, dialog systems and language understanding systems were created. … Related articles

Internet of Intelligences Can Be a Platform for Risk Analysis and Management C Huang – Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis … might be heterogeneous, gathered from multiple sources such as natural language, databases, and images. It is very difficult to construct a complex mathematical model to process such information. To alleviate this difficulty, the process is divided into several layers. … Cited by 1 Related articles

Multiple Internet of Intelligences for Risk Analysis C Huang – Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response, 2014 – atlantis-press.com … 3. Multiple Internet of Intelligences In practice, the information in an IOI might be heterogeneous, gathered from multiple sources such as natural language, databases and images. It is very Agents Customer’s questions Databases Online documents S M Answers Fig. … Related articles All 2 versions

Rule-Based Algorithm Transforming OWL Ontology Into Relational Database T Podsiad?y-Marczykowska, T Gambin… – Beyond Databases, …, 2014 – Springer … As it is obvious, that complex knowledge struc- ture will result in large databases, the second research goal is the construction of semantic, using natural language, database query interface. Page 12. Rule-Based Algorithm Transforming OWL Ontology 159 Acknowledgements. … Related articles

A Universal Phrase Tagset for Multilingual Treebanks ALF Han, DF Wong, LS Chao, Y Lu, L He… – … Linguistics and Natural …, 2014 – Springer … accessed December 2013) 39. Hungarian Szeged Treebank. Szeged Treebank 2.0: A Hungarian natural language database with detailed syntactic analysis. Hungarian linguistics at the University of Szeged 40. Bick, E., Uibo … Related articles All 5 versions

Transcription N Nagy, D Sharma – Research Methods in Linguistics, 2014 – books.google.com Page 254. 12 Transcription Naomi Nagy and Devyani Sharma To write Faetar, you have to use the Italian spelling system, because it’s the only system the speakers know. When you write Faetar, you should use French orthography … Related articles All 2 versions

Massively Parallel Parsing Algorithms for Natural Language LN Kanal, V Kumar, II Kitano… – Parallel Processing for …, 2014 – books.google.com … grammar sizes. 1. Introduction Efficient processing of natural language (NL) is crucial to many applications such as natural language database access, expert system interfaces, and interactive machine translation. Because of … Related articles

A Complete Bibliography of ACM Transactions on Database Systems NHF Beebe – architecture, 2014 – netlib.org Page 1. A Complete Bibliography of ACM Transactions on Database Systems Nelson HF Beebe University of Utah Department of Mathematics, 110 LCB 155 S 1400 E RM 233 Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0090 USA Tel: +1 801 581 5254 FAX: +1 801 581 4148 … All 8 versions

[BOOK] Computer jargon explained N Enticknap – 2014 – books.google.com … Natural language database front-ends such as AIC’s Intellect and Cullinet’s On- Line English are examples of what can be achieved today, and fifth generation computers will certainly embody similar techniques far more extensively. …

[BOOK] A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words NS Dash – 2014 – books.google.com Page 1. A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words Niladri Sekhar Dash Page 2. A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words Niladri Sekhar Dash # CAMBRIDGE # UNIVERSITY PREss Page 3. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge … Related articles

Diminutive and Augmentative Functions of Luganda:” li-, ki-/bi-, lu-, ka-/bu-, tu-, and gu-/ga-” S Namugala – 2014 – diva-portal.org … These text excerpts have been annotated (glossed and translated) through TypeCraft, a natural language database composing of … excerpts through TypeCraft; a natural language database composing of annotated texts from different languages. … Related articles