Minimal Recursion & Dialog Systems


Minimal Recursion & Dialog Systems
Recursion (computer science) See also: RMRS (Robust Minimal Recursion Semantics)


Deep linguistic processing for spoken dialogue systems [PDF] from upenn.edu J Allen, M Manshadi, M Dzikovska… – Proceedings of the …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … 2006. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An Introduc- tion. Research on Language and Computation, 3(4):281-332. M. Dzikovska. 2004. … Forthcoming. Linking Semantic and Knowledge Representations in a Multi-domain Dialogue System. Journal of Logic and Computation. … Cited by 28 – Related articles – All 37 versions

[PDF] The INPROTK 2012 release [PDF] from usc.edu T Baumann… – … on Future directions and needs in …, 2012 – projects.ict.usc.edu … 2010. Collaborating on utterances with a spoken dialogue system using an isu-based approach to incremental dia- logue management. In Proceedings of the SIGdial 2010 Conference, pages 233–236, Tokyo, Japan, September. … 2006. Robust minimal recursion se- mantics. … Cited by 2 – View as HTML

[PDF] Joint satisfaction of syntactic and pragmatic constraints improves incremental spoken language understanding [PDF] from aclweb.org A Peldszus, O Buß, T Baumann… – Proceedings of the …, 2012 – aclweb.org … and syntactic constructions) as well as for the resulting logical forms the formalism Robust Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copestake … and reference resolution modules are implemented within the InproTK toolkit for incremental spoken dialogue systems development (Schlangen … Cited by 2 – View as HTML

Rapidly Customizable Spoken Dialogue Systems [PDF] from dtic.mil J Allen – 2009 – DTIC Document … Dzikovska, M., JF Allen, et al. (2008). “Linking Semantic and Knowledge Representation in a Multi-Domain Dialogue System.” Logic and Computation 18(3): 405-430. Dzikovska, M., M. Swift, et al. (2007). … 2005. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An In- troduction. … Related articles – All 4 versions

Linking semantic and knowledge representations in a multi-domain dialogue system [PDF] from dtic.mil MO Dzikovska, JF Allen… – Journal of Logic and …, 2008 – Oxford Univ Press … This work is grounded in our experience in building TRIPS, a task-oriented spoken dialogue system that has been deployed in a number of domains … It is similar to QLF [6] and Minimal Recursion Semantics [15] in that it uses identifiers to link the (non-recursive) terms together. … Cited by 14 – Related articles – Library Search – BL Direct – All 13 versions

A Computational Model of Natural Language Communication Roland Hausser (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Springer, 2006, xii+ 365 pp; … M Egg – Computational Linguistics, 2008 – MIT Press … in this book is motivated by the goal of applying linguistic theory- building to the concrete needs of potential linguistic applications such as question answering, dialogue systems, and machine … 2 This technique makes it resemble minimal recursion semantics (Copestake et al. … Related articles – BL Direct – All 2 versions

A logic of semantic representations for shallow parsing [PDF] from rug.nl A Koller… – Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … we provide a model theory for a semantic formalism that is de- signed for this, namely Robust Minimal Recursion Semantics (RMRS). … form that sup- ports automated inference and model construc- tion is vital for deeper language engineering tasks, such as dialogue systems. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 12 versions

Varieties of Question Generation: introduction to this special issue [PDF] from open.ac.uk P Piwek… – Dialogue & Discourse, 2012 – oro.open.ac.uk … Natural Language Processing (eg, Kievit et al., 2001; Purver, 2004) and also Stent?s (2001) work on language generation for dialogue systems. … 1.D). It relies on parsing the English input sentence (after some preprocessing) to a structure in Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS …

[PDF] Mapping between dependency structures and compositional semantic representations [PDF] from nectec.or.th M Jakob, M Lopatková… – Proceedings of the 7th …, 2010 – lexitron.nectec.or.th … de Abstract This paper investigates the mapping between two semantic formalisms, namely the tectogrammatical layer of the Prague Dependency Treebank 2.0 (PDT) and (Robust) Minimal Recursion Semantics ((R)MRS). It … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Robust parsing and spoken negotiative dialogue with databases [PDF] from kth.se J Boye… – Natural Language Engineering, 2008 – Cambridge Univ Press … A key issue in the design of such dialogue systems is how to achieve the robustness necessary to cope with spoken language … restricted than first-order logic, and hence also than general-purpose, logic-based formalisms like that of Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copestake et … Cited by 3 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 9 versions

Prepositions in applications: A survey and introduction to the special issue [PDF] from aclweb.org T Baldwin, V Kordoni… – Computational Linguistics, 2009 – MIT Press … Along these lines, Kelleher and Costello (2009) propose computational models of spatial preposition semantics for use in visually situated dialogue systems. … Jørgensen and Lønning (2009) used the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) framework (Copestake et al. … Cited by 13 – Related articles – All 19 versions

Linking flat predicate argument structures [PDF] from uni-saarland.de F Xu – 2011 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de … LPAS adds some components of Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) [Copes take et aI, 1999] to the existing flat predicate argument structure representation, eg, meta … Verbmobil data has been used for the development of a speech-la-speech translation dialog system. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Multimodal meaning representation for generic dialogue systems architectures [PDF] from arxiv.org F Landragin, A Denis, A Ricci… – Arxiv preprint cs/0703091, 2007 – arxiv.org … If it is the case, we could also contemplate using MMIL — or a dialect thereof — for such tasks as the evaluation of dialogue systems. … Egg, M. (1998). Wh-Questions in Underspecified Minimal Recursion Semantics. Journal of Semantics, 15, 37-82. Ide, N. & Romary, L. (2002). … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 23 versions

Multi-agent human-machine dialogue: issues in dialogue management and referring expression semantics [PDF] from otago.ac.nz A Knott… – Artificial Intelligence, 2008 – Elsevier … KR preliminaries Our dialogue system uses several knowledge representation schemes commonly found in natural language systems. The parser we use represents the semantics of a sentence in a language called Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS; [11]), which is designed … Cited by 14 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 12 versions

[PDF] Deep semantic analysis of text [PDF] from ntu.edu.tw J Allen, M Swift… – Symposium on Semantics …, 2008 – speech.ee.ntu.edu.tw … Deep linguistic processing for spoken dialogue systems. In ACL 2007 Workshop on Deep Linguis- tic Processing, pp. 49–56. Association for Computational Linguistics. Copestake, A., D. Flickinger, C. Pollard, and I. Sag (2006). Minimal recursion se- mantics: An introduction. … Cited by 23 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 13 versions

‘Deep’grammatical relations for semantic interpretation [PDF] from brighton.ac.uk M McConville… – … 2008: Proceedings of the workshop on …, 2008 – dl.acm.org … Bos, Johan and Tetsushi Oka. 2002. An inference- based approach to dialogue system design. In Pro- ceedings of COLING’02. Bresnan, Joan. 2000. … 2005. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An Introduction. Research on Language and Com- putation, 3:281–332. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 18 versions

[PDF] W07-12. bib [PDF] from essex.ac.uk D Arnold – 2008 – essex.ac.uk … Deep linguistic pro- cessing for spoken dialogue systems. In ACL 2007 Workshop on Deep Linguistic Processing, pages 49–56, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2007. … [11] Ann Copestake. Semantic composition with (robust) minimal recursion semantics. … Related articles – View as HTML

Semantic transfer in Verbmobil [PDF] from uni-saarland.de A Copestake – 2011 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de … strings given a simple SL input. This is particularly true of spoken dialogue systems. A translation which was meaning preserving but verbose would fail to serve the communicative function of the utterance. Thus, as we said at … Cited by 16 – Related articles – All 11 versions

A reference architecture for natural language generation systems [PDF] from open.ac.uk C Mellish, D Scott, L Cahill, D Paiva… – Natural language …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … 17. Copestake, A., Flickinger, D., Sag, I. and Pollard, C. (1999) Minimal Recursion Semantics: An introduction. Internal Report, CSLI, Palo Alto. … Proceedings of the IJCAI-99 Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems, pp. 97-103. … Cited by 30 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 16 versions

Partial parse selection for robust deep processing [PDF] from upenn.edu Y Zhang, V Kordoni… – … of the Workshop on Deep Linguistic …, 2007 – dl.acm.org … 2006. Minimal Recursion Semantics: an Introduction. Re- search on Language and Computation, 3(4):281–332. Ann Copestake. 2002. … 2006. Robust Minimal Recursion Se- mantics. Working Paper, Unpublished Draft 2004/2006, http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ aac10/papers.html. … Cited by 16 – Related articles – All 29 versions

Semantic underspecification: Which technique for what purpose? [PDF] from uni-tuebingen.de H Bunt – Computing Meaning, 2007 – Springer … Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) applies the idea of labelling subexpressions and expressing constraints on their possible combina- tions to a language of typed feature structures … This approach has been implemented in the Tendum dialogue system (Bunt et al., 1984). … Cited by 15 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

Towards dialogue based shared control of navigating robots [PDF] from uni-bremen.de R Ross, H Shi, T Vierhuff, B Krieg-Brückner… – Spatial Cognition IV. …, 2005 – Springer … The latter can be modelled using minimal recursion semantics [16], however other ambiguities are more difficult to handle. … Furthermore, to account for complex quantifications, we are currently con- sidering moving this representation the way of minimal recursion semantics [16]. … Cited by 29 – Related articles – All 12 versions

The information structure of Danish grammar constructions [PDF] from cst.dk P Paggio – Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 2009 – Cambridge Univ Press … By means of the semantic indices the information structure features can refer to the elements that make up the semantic representation of the sentence, constructed here by means of Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copestake, Flickinger, Pollard & Sag 1997, Flickinger & Bender … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 9 versions

[TXT] ACL 2007 Workshop on Deep Linguistic Processing} [TXT] from aclweb.org J Chen-Main, A Joshi, S Clark, J Curran… – ACL 2007 Workshop on …, 2007 – aclweb.org … and Manshadi, Mehdi and Swift, Mary}, title = {Deep Linguistic Processing for Spoken Dialogue Systems}, booktitle = {ACL 2007 … copestake:2007:ACL2007_DLP, author = {Copestake, Ann}, title = {Semantic Composition with (Robust) Minimal Recursion Semantics}, booktitle … Cached

[PDF] Information structure and minimal recursion semantics [PDF] from stanford.edu G Wilcock – … : Festschrift for Kimmo Koskenniemi on his …, 2005 – cslipublications.stanford.edu … Page 293. INFORMATION STRUCTURE AND MINIMAL RECURSION SEMANTICS/269 in HPSG, and a semantics-oriented approach which has been used in a practi- cal dialogue system. In both cases we note the problem of representing focus scope. … Cited by 5 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

A human-machine dialogue system for CALL [PDF] from unive.it P Vlugter, A Knott… – InSTIL/ICALL Symposium 2004, 2004 – isca-speech.org … We found that many of the error-diagnosing and error- correcting functions which an intelligent CALL system should have are quite natural extensions of the dialogue system’s ordinary functionality. … Minimal Recursion Semantics: An introduction. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 9 versions

Semantic representation for understanding meaning based on correspondence between meanings A Takagi, H Asoh, Y Itoh, M Kondo… – Journal of Advanced …, 2006 – fujipress.jp … [3] A. Copestake, D. Flickinger, IA Sag, and C. Pollard, “Minimal Recursion Semantics,” An Introduction, draft, CSLI Stanford Univ., 1999. … [18] A. Takagi, H. Asoh, H. Nakashima, Y. Itoh, and I. Kobayashi, “A semantic representation of dialogue systems considering dependency … Cited by 4 – Related articles – Cached

Natural language generation with fully specified templates T Becker – … : Foundations of Multimodal Dialogue Systems, 2006 – Springer … 5 Adaptive Multimodal Generation An important decision in the presentation of system output in a multimodal dialogue system like SMARTKOM is its distribution over the available modalities. … A. Copestake, D. Flickinger, IA Sag, and C. Pollard. Minimal Recursion Semantics. … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Grammatical Framework: Programming with Multilingual Grammars [PDF] from chalmers.se A Ranta – 2011 – csmisc14.cs.chalmers.se … 2002: Software specifications in KeY (Hähnle, Johannisson, Ranta) 2004: Multimodal dialogue systems (TALK project: Ljunglöf, Bringert, Lemon) … Core Language Engine (Alshawi 1992) MRS (Minimal Recursion Semantics, Copestake & al. 2001) Page 60. Embedded grammars … Cited by 28 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 5 versions

Automatic generation of weather forecast texts using comprehensive probabilistic generation-space models [PDF] from brighton.ac.uk A Belz – Natural Language Engineering, 2008 – Cambridge Univ Press … written by experts. 1 Background Language is generated in many natural language processing (nlp) applications, including machine translation (mt), document summarisation and dialogue systems. Researchers in the area … Cited by 39 – Related articles – All 10 versions

Situating spatial language and the role of ontology: Issues and outlook J Bateman – Language and Linguistics Compass, 2010 – Wiley Online Library Skip to Main Content. … Cited by 6 – Related articles

High efficiency realization for a wide-coverage unification grammar [PDF] from sussex.ac.uk J Carroll… – Natural Language Processing–IJCNLP 2005, 2005 – Springer … formalisms [2,3]. These grammars are used for generation from logical form input (also termed tactical generation or real- ization) in circumscribed domains, as part of applications such as spoken dialog systems [4] and … 2.1 Minimal Recursion Semantics and the LinGO ERG … Cited by 57 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 31 versions

The GF resource grammar library [PDF] from elanguage.net A Ranta – Linguistic Issues in Language Technology, 2009 – elanguage.net … The library can be used as a resource for language processing tasks, such as translation, multilingual generation, software localization, natural language interfaces, and spoken dialogue systems. … The TALK project on spoken dialogue systems (Ljunglöf et al., 2006) Page 16. … Cited by 28 – Related articles – All 20 versions

A Survey of Computational Semantics: Representation, Inference and Knowledge in Wide-Coverage Text Understanding [PDF] from rug.nl J Bos – Language and Linguistics Compass, 2011 – Wiley Online Library … make formal methods potentially useful in real-world applications such as information retrieval, information extraction, spoken dialogue systems and open … A good example of the unification-based approach is found in the minimal recursion semantics (MRS) which is embedded … Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Context-sensitive utterance planning for CCG [PDF] from upenn.edu GJM Kruijff – Proceedings of the European Workshop on Natural …, 2005 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … can be built compositionally with CCG using unification, and compare HLDS to other semantic formalisms like Minimal Recursion Semantics [Copestake et … can be interpreted, following recent work in information fu- sion [Wache et al., 2001] and dialogue systems [Gurevych et al … Cited by 8 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 13 versions

[PDF] KUNSTI–Knowledge generation for Norwegian language technology [PDF] from lrec-conf.org B Maegaard, JE Fenstad, L Ahrenberg, K Kvale… – Proc. LREC …, 2006 – lrec-conf.org … Uses MRS (Minimal Recursion Semantics) for the semantic description • The MT system has a fairly traditional architecture based on transfer, but it includes several new ideas. … Web page: www.emmtee.net BRAGE – Speech centric dialog systems … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

The interpretation of non-sentential utterances in dialogue D Schlangen… – IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH SIGDIAL …, 2003 – Citeseer … practical use of handling fragments in dialogue systems. Citations. 575, From Discourse to Logic – Kamp, Reyle – 1993. 487, Interpretation as abduction – Hobbs, Stickel, et al. – 1993. 240, Reference to Abstract Objects in Discourse – Asher – 1993. 176, Minimal Recursion Semantics … Cited by 20 – Related articles – Cached – All 5 versions

[PDF] Unrestricted quantifier scope disambiguation [PDF] from aclweb.org M Manshadi… – ACL HLT 2011, 2011 – newdesign.aclweb.org … QSD on the other hand, is critical for many other NLP tasks such as question answering sys- tems, dialogue systems and computing entailment. … More recent underspecification formalisms such as Hole Semantics (Bos 1996), Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copestake et al. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 13 versions

[PDF] Standardization in multimodal content representation: Some methodological issues [PDF] from uni-hamburg.de H Bunt… – Proc. 4th International …, 2004 – nats-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de … 2. Semantic Content Representation The representation of semantic content is crucial for in- telligent multimodal dialogue systems, where users may … For instance, a representation in Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copes- take et al., 1995) may have the part [AGENT: john], con … Cited by 13 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 7 versions

Natural language understanding using temporal action logic [PDF] from upenn.edu M Magnusson – Proceedings of the Workshop KRAQ’06 on Knowledge …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … The grammar includes seman- tical relations, and the semantical part of the fea- ture structure representation constitutes a Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS … As a con- sequence a large number of natural language un- derstanding and dialogue systems have been built. … Related articles – All 28 versions

[BOOK] Robustness versus fidelity in natural language understanding [PDF] from upenn.edu MG Core, JD Moore… – 2004 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … Ann Copestake, Dan Flickinger, Ivan Sag, and Carl Pol- lard. 1999. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An intro- duction. Draft. … 2003. Clarification in spoken dialogue systems. In Proc. of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Generation in Spoken and Written Dialogue. … Cited by 11 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 28 versions

[PDF] Semi-automatic syntactic and semantic corpus annotation with a deep parser [PDF] from rochester.edu M Swift, M Dzikovska, J Tetreault… – LREC’04, 2004 – anon.cs.rochester.edu … Copestake, A., D. Flickinger, and IA Sag, 1997. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An introduction. Technical report, CSLI, Stanford University, CA. Core, MG and LK Schubert, 1999. … Stent, A J., 2001. Dialogue Systems as Conversational Partners. Ph.D. thesis, U. Rochester. Cited by 9 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 18 versions

[PS] Techniques for utterance disambiguation in a human-computer dialogue system [PS] from talvi.net P Lurcock – 2005 – talvi.net … disambiguation in a human-computer dialogue system Pontus Lurcock a thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Science … sources for utterance disambiguation within a bilingual human-computer dialogue system. First, a simple scheme is proposed for classifying disam- … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Making the right commitments in dialogue [PDF] from umich.edu N Asher… – University of Michigan Linguistics and …, 2008 – eecs.umich.edu Page 1. 1 1 Page 2. Making the Right Commitments in Dialogue Nicholas Asher IRIT Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse Alex Lascarides School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh September 28, 2008 Abstract In this paper … Cited by 7 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

A reference architecture for generation systems [PDF] from abdn.ac.uk C Mellish, M Reape, D Scott, L Cahill… – Natural Language …, 2004 – dl.acm.org … 17. Copestake, A., Flickinger, D., Sag, I. and Pollard, C. (1999) Minimal Recursion Semantics: An introduction. Internal Report, CSLI, Palo Alto. … Proceedings of the IJCAI-99 Workshop on Knowledge and Reasoning in Practical Dialogue Systems, pp. 97- 103. … Cited by 12 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

A Statistical Model of Error Correction for Computer Assisted Language Learning Systems [PDF] from ourarchive.ac.nz H Basiron – 2012 – otago.ourarchive.ac.nz Page 1. A Statistical Model of Error Correction for Computer Assisted Language Learning Systems Halizah Basiron a thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. May 24, 2012 Page 2. Abstract …

Parsing Korean honorification phenomena in a typed feature structure grammar [PDF] from kyunghee.ac.kr JB Kim, P Sells… – Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 2006 – Springer … The results of parsing our experimental test suites show that our grammar provides us with enriched grammatical information that can lead to the develop- ment of a robust dialogue system for the language. 1 Basic Properties of Honorific Agreement 1.1 Subject Agreement … Cited by 2 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 6 versions

[PDF] A framework for utterance disambiguation in dialogue [PDF] from psu.edu P Lurcock, P Vlugter… – Proceedings of the 2004 Australasian …, 2004 – Citeseer … We will illustrate by showing the pipeline used in our own bilingual English/M¯aori dialogue system, Te Kaitito (see eg Knott … LKB’s parser delivers ‘flat’ seman- tic representations in a format called Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) (Copestake et al., 1999), which are turned … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 14 versions

[PDF] The (re-) emergence of representationalism in semantics [PDF] from kcl.ac.uk R Kempson – 2007 – kcl.ac.uk Page 1. The (re-)emergence of representationalism in semantics Ruth Kempson To appear in Maienborn, von Heusinger and Portner (eds.) Handbook of Semantics: An International Handbook of Natural Language Meaning October 25, 2007 … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Skeletons in the parser: Using a shallow parser to improve deep parsing [PDF] from upenn.edu M Swift, J Allen… – Proceedings of the 20th International …, 2004 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … In the second experiment we used an upper limit of 5000, and in the third we used an upper limit of 1500 (the standard value for use in our real-time dialog system to avoid long delays in responding). 4.2 Results … 1997. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An intro- duction. … Cited by 12 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 36 versions

Focus to emphasize tone analysis for prosodic generation L Narupiyakul, V Keselj, N Cercone… – … & Mathematics with …, 2008 – Elsevier Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Statistical semantic processing using Markov logic [PDF] from ed.ac.uk IV Meza-Ruiz – 2009 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk … the meaning of a given utterance/sentence. However, they differ in nature: SLU is in the field of dialogue systems where the domain is closed and language is spoken [He … [Márquez et al., 2008]. Robust SLU is a key component of spoken dialogue systems. This component con- … Related articles – All 3 versions

Underspecication in Semantic Representations: Which Technique for what Purpose? H Bunt – 2003 – Citeseer … 2000. 1, The resolution of quanti ambiguity in the tendum system – Bunt – 1984. 1, The tendum dialogue system and its theoretical foundations – Bunt, Beun, et al. – 1984. 1, Minimal Recursion Semantics. Unpublished ms – Copestake, Flickinger, et al. – 1995. … Cited by 20 – Related articles – Cached – All 5 versions

[PDF] A Grammar for Finnish Discourse Patterns [PDF] from stanford.edu K Jokinen – Inquiries into Words, Constraints and …, 2005 – cslipublications.stanford.edu … Adaptivity and response generation in a spoken dialogue system. In J. van Kuppevelt and R. Smith, eds., Current and New Direc- tions in Discourse and Dialogue (Text, Speech and Language Technology, Vol. … Information Structure and Minimal Recursion Semantics. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

An approach to automatic text production in electronic medical record systems T Nordgård, M Ranang… – Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information …, 2005 – Springer … [2] for a discussion of creation of Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) structures from non-linguistic input sources. … A statistical generator using templates in dialogue systems is presented in [10]. 7 Conclusion and Future Work … Cited by 1 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 2 versions

[PDF] Towards an Ontology-based Language Infrastructure [PDF] from langrid.org Y Hayashi, P Buitelaar… – 2007 – langrid.org … It provides a uniform and flexible infrastructure for building applications that use natural language processing components based on XML and RMRS (Robust Minimal Recursion Semantics). The main design goals of HoG are: … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Dimensions of Deep Grammar Validation [PDF] from mercubuana.ac.id D Flickinger, S Universities – Proceedings of the …, 2005 – web3.mercubuana.ac.id … and its salient proper- ties, which should precisely determine the ob- served variation in the elementary predications within the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS … Proceedings of the Workshop on Evaluation Methodologies for Language and Dialogue Systems, ACL2001. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 22 versions

A dialogue-based knowledge authoring system for text generation [PDF] from psu.edu A Knott… – AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language …, 2003 – aaai.org … Page 5. 4.1 Overview of Te Kaitito’s dialogue system In … generate. The semantic representation into which sentences are interpreted uses a formalism called Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS—see Copestake et al., 1999). … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 8 versions

15 Computational Semantics [PDF] from ehu.es C FOX – The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and …, 2010 – books.google.com … Minimal recursion semantics (Copestake et al., 2006) is an application of hole semantics within a typed feature structure grammar (HPSG). Normal dominance conditions (Koller et al., 2003) can be seen as a re?nement and development of the central ideas of hole semantics. … Cited by 38 – Related articles – All 27 versions

[PDF] Building a computational lexicon and ontology with framenet [PDF] from ed.ac.uk MO Dzikovska, MD Swift… – LREC workshop on …, 2004 – homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk … In this paper, we describe our experience in using FrameNet in the process of building a multi-domain con- versational dialogue system. … It is similar to QLF (Alshawi et al., 1991) and Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copes- take et al., 1995) in that it uses identifiers to link the (non- … Cited by 12 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 19 versions

[PDF] Tauira: A tool for acquiring unknown words in a dialogue context [PDF] from assta.org M van Schagen… – … of the 2004 Australasian Language Technology …, 2004 – assta.org … words in parsing 2.1 Knight: word-authoring dialogues The suggestion that lexical items can be au- thored in a human-computer dialogue system is not … sentences in the other language.1 The semantics of a sentence is given as a for- mula in Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 14 versions

Determinación Automática de Roles Semánticos usando Preferencias de Selección sobre Corpus muy Grandes [PDF] from 132.247.146.34 A GELBUKH… – Computación y Sistemas, 2009 – 132.247.146.34 … All known semantic approaches—such as conceptual graphs [49], Minimal Recursion Semantics [22], or semantic networks [34]— roughly resemble a set of predicates, where individual words represent predicates or their arguments (which in turn can be predicates). … Related articles – All 4 versions

[HTML] Determinación Automática de Roles Semánticos usando Preferencias de Selección sobre Corpus muy Grandes [HTML] from scielo.org.mx H Calvo… – Computación y Sistemas, 2008 – scielo.org.mx … [ Links ]. 22. Copestake, Ann, Dan Flickinger, Ivan A. Sag. Minimal Recursion Semantics. An introduction. CSLI, Stanford University, 1997. … [ Links ]. 30. Gladki, AV Syntax Structures of Natural Language in Automated Dialogue Systems (in Russian). Moscow, Nauka, 1985. [ Links ]. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached – All 3 versions

[PDF] Automatic Semantic Role Labeling using Selectional Preferences with Very Large Corpora [PDF] from uaemex.mx H Calvo… – Computación y Sistemas, 2008 – redalyc.uaemex.mx … All known semantic approaches—such as conceptual graphs [49], Minimal Recursion Semantics [22], or semantic networks [34]— roughly resemble a set of predicates, where individual words represent predicates or their arguments (which in turn can be predicates). … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Syntactic disambiguation using presupposition resolution [PDF] from aclweb.org A Knott… – Proceedings of the 4th Australasian Language …, 2003 – aclweb.org … 2 Presuppositional DRT in the Te Kaitito system Our sentence interpretation system is embedded in a larger human-machine dialogue system called Te Kaitito1 (see Knott et al (2002) for a general overview). … 1999. Minimal Recursion Semantics: An introduc- tion. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

Boosting LUCK: Improving the language understanding capabilities of Kaitito [PDF] from utwente.nl MPJ Penning – 2007 – essay.utwente.nl … In Section 1.1.2, the parts of the Kaitito system that are of particular interest to its function as a dialogue system and its … The parser gen- erates representations of the sentences in Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS, see Section 3.2.1 and Copestake, Flickinger, Pollard, and Sag … Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] An architecture for bilingual and bidirectional nlp [PDF] from psu.edu A Knott, I Bayard, S De Jager… – Proceedings of the 2nd …, 2002 – Citeseer … There are currently two interface modules: one for a web-based sentence translator, and one for a web-based dialogue system. … grammat- ical, morphological and lexical resources to produce a semantic representation in a lan- guage called Minimal Recursion Semantics or … Cited by 12 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

[PDF] Department of Computer Science, University of Otago [PDF] from otago.ac.nz A Knott, I Bayard… – 2004 – cs.otago.ac.nz … Our dialogue system, called Te Kaitito1, sup- ports bilingual human-machine dialogues in En- glish and M¯aori. … The grammar associates sentences with representations in the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) formalism (Copestake et al, 1999). … Related articles – View as HTML – All 10 versions

Standardization in Content Representation: some methodological issues [PDF] from inria.fr H Bunt, L Romary – 2004 – hal.inria.fr … 2. Semantic Content Representation The representation of semantic content is crucial for in- telligent multimodal dialogue systems, where users may … For instance, a representation in Minimal Recursion Semantics (Copes- take et al., 1995) may have the part [AGENT: john], con … Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] Doing things with meanings [PDF] from constraints-in-discourse.de C Gardent – 2005 – constraints-in-discourse.de … Conducting a dialog. A second use of meaning is found in dialogue systems where the system’s task consists in reacting to a user query. … Minimal Recursion Semantics. An Introduction. Manuscript, Stan- ford University. 16 Page 17. … Related articles – View as HTML

Efficient realization of coordinate structures in Combinatory Categorial Grammar [PDF] from ed.ac.uk M White – Research on Language & Computation, 2006 – Springer … prototype dialogue systems (den Os and Boves, 2003; Moore et al., 2004), where realization times have been satisfactory. … in other frameworks has moved to using more flexible representations in computational implementations, such as the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS … Cited by 80 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 14 versions

A. COPESTAKE AND EJ BRISCOE NC REVISITED – Charting a new course: natural language …, 2005 – books.google.com … While dialogue system research generally continues to make the assumption that domains will be of small size, the central … 132 A. COPESTAKE AND EJ BRISCOE The actual semantic representation uses the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) formalism (Copestake et al, in … Related articles

Noun compounds revisited A Copestake… – Charting a New Course: Natural Language …, 2005 – Springer … While dialogue system research generally continues to make the assumption that domains will be of small size, the central … The actual semantic representation uses the Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) formalism (Copestake et al, in press) and includes quantification and … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

A linguistic ontology of space for natural language processing [PDF] from googlecode.com JA Bateman, J Hois, R Ross… – Artificial Intelligence, 2010 – Elsevier … it has been argued that such a semantic layer improves portability and re-use of components within dialogue systems [51]; within a … For example, Jørgensen and Lønning develop a Minimal Recursion Semantic analysis component for computational use that is embedded within … Cited by 32 – Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] A DRT-based framework for presuppositions in dialogue management [PDF] from ed.ac.uk S De Jager, A Knott… – Proceedings of the 6th workshop on the …, 2002 – ltg.ed.ac.uk … LKB’s grammar provides a mapping between sentences and semantic representations given in a formal- ism called Minimal Recursion Semantics or … The dialogue system which embeds LKB needs to consider the role of sentences in context; we therefore decided to use DRT … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] State of the art in multilingual and multicultural creation of digital mathematical content [PDF] from helsinki.fi L Carlson, J Saludes… – 2005 – webalt.math.helsinki.fi … 3.1.1.2 What to? Earlier on, generation meant text generation. With speech recognition and synthesis, generating utterances for a dialogue system has become a hot topic. Even more recently, generators get to prepare output for several alternative or … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Instance-based natural language generation [PDF] from uni-potsdam.de S Varges… – Natural Language Engineering, 2010 – Cambridge Univ Press Page 1. Natural Language Engineering 16 (3): 309–346. c Cambridge University Press 2010 doi:10.1017/S1351324910000069 309 Instance-based natural language generation S. VARGES1 and C. MELLISH2 1Department … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 18 versions

[PDF] A Reference Architecture for Natural Language Generation Systems [PDF] from psu.edu M Keynes – 2006 – Citeseer Page 1. ISSN 1744-1986 Technical Report N o 2006/05 A Reference Architecture for Natural Language Generation Systems Chris Mellish Donia Scott Lynne Cahill Roger Evans Daniel Paiva Mike Reape 8th June 2006 Department … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Translation memory system H Masuichi, M Tamune, M Tagawa… – US Patent App. 11/ …, 2005 – Google Patents … In fact, through computer process- ing, applications and services relating to a natural language such as machine translation, a dialogue system, and a search system … [0028] Other than the f-structure, as an interlingua, there is an MRS (Minimal Recursion Semantics) structure … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] Using regular tree grammars to optimise surface realisation [PDF] from loria.fr LH Perez – 2009 – loria.fr … Thus, in dialogue systems [Benotti, 2009] it is important that the system produces the same language that it understands. … This modified realisation algorithm is based on the Minimal Recursion Se- mantics (MRS) formalism, a member of the family of flat, underspecified, event- … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[CITATION] Inquiries into Words, Constraints and Contexts [PDF] from helsinki.fi A Arppe, L Carlson, K Lindén… – CSLI Studies in …, 2005 – helda.helsinki.fi … 241 JUSSI KARLGREN 24 Word Senses 249 KRISTER LINDÉN 25 Exploring Morphologically Analysed Text Material 259 MIKKO LOUNELA 26 Information Structure and Minimal Recursion Semantics 268 GRAHAM WILCOCK 27 Developing a Dialogue System that Interacts … Related articles – All 5 versions

Combinatory categorial grammar [PDF] from stanford.edu M Steedman… – Non-Transformational Syntax, 2003 – Wiley Online Library Page 1. Non-Transformational Syntax: Formal and Explicit Models of Grammar, First Edition. Edited by Robert D. Borsley and Kersti Börjars. © 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Published 2011 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 5 Combinatory Categorial Grammar … Cited by 91 – Related articles – All 11 versions

[PDF] From Linguistic Theory to Syntactic Analysis: Corpus-Oriented Grammar Development and Feature Forest Model [PDF] from u-tokyo.ac.jp ???????????… – 2006 – www-tsujii.is.su-tokyo.ac.jp … Syntactic analyzers are strongly demanded in natural language processing applications, including question answering, dialog systems, and text mining. … 27 2.20 Minimal Recursion Semantics . . . . . 27 2.21 CKYchart . . . . . … Cited by 13 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Automatic Factual Question Generation from Text [PDF] from cmu.edu M Heilman – 2011 – lti.cs.cmu.edu … tions deal with the analysis of student responses rather than the generation of instructional content. For example, tutorial dialogue systems (Litman and Silliman, 2004; Graesser et al., 2005; Boyer et … generation and dialogue systems. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Comparing domain-specific and non-domain-specific anaphora resolution techniques [PDF] from yale.edu D Abadi – Cambridge University MPhil Dissertation, 2003 – cs-www.cs.yale.edu … For the email-response and dialogue system examples listed above, a deep parse must be made anyway on the input text in order to generate a semantic representation of this text, so deeper anaphora resolution techniques should be used. … 4. Minimal Recursion Semantics … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

Treebank-based acquisition of Chinese LFG Resources for Parsing and Generation [PDF] from dcu.ie Y Guo – 2009 – doras.dcu.ie Page 1. Treebank-Based Acquisition of Chinese LFG Resources for Parsing and Generation Yuqing Guo A dissertation submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy to the Dublin City University School of Computing … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Department of Computer Science, University of Otago [PDF] from psu.edu N Slabbers – 2005 – Citeseer … In this dialogue system the meanings of the user’s utterances are stored by the system and are used to answer the user’s … The parser generates ‘flat’ semantic structures in Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS) form (Copestake et al., 1999) which are turned into Discourse … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[PDF] Language and Speech Architecture for Prototype 3 [PDF] from ed.ac.uk J Bos, R Clark, J Laaksolahti, C Matheson, T Oka… – 2004 – ltg.ed.ac.uk … A Appendix I: APML Example 50 List of Figures 1 Dialogue System Architecture with TrindiKit DME (Larsson et al. 2000) . . . . … 1.1 Spoken Dialogue System Architecture In this report we discuss architectures for spoken dialogue systems suitable for the MAGICSTER proto- types. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] Robust deep linguistic processing [PDF] from uni-saarland.de Y Zhang – 2007 – coli.uni-saarland.de Page 1. Robust Deep Linguistic Processing Dissertation zu Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Doktors des Philosophie der Philosophischen Fakultäten der Universität des Saarlandes vorgelegt von Yi Zhang aus Shanghai, China Saarbrücken, 2008 Page 2. ii … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Context-free representational underspecification for NLG [PDF] from psu.edu A Belz – 2004 – Citeseer … The dialogue systems SPICOS I and II [Niedermair, 1987, Niedermair, 1992] used quantifier storage, while MRS [Copestake et al., 1999] and UDRT [Reyle, 1993] were both used in Verbmobil to structurally underspecify scope. 2.2 Underspecification techniques … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

Information structure in topological dependency grammar [PDF] from upenn.edu GJ Kruijff… – Proceedings of the tenth conference on European …, 2003 – dl.acm.org Page 1. Information Structure in Topological Dependency Grammar Geert-Jan Kruijff Computational Linguistics Saarland University Saarbrücken, Germany gj@coli.uni-sb.de Denys Duchier INRIA Lorraine Nancy, France denys … Cited by 9 – Related articles – All 25 versions

Clarifying noun phrase semantics [PDF] from kcl.ac.uk M Purver… – Journal of Semantics, 2004 – Oxford Univ Press Page 1. Journal of Semantics 21: 283–339 Clarifying Noun Phrase Semantics MATTHEW PURVER AND JONATHAN GINZBURG Department of Computer Science, King’s College, London Abstract Reprise questions are a common … Cited by 10 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 16 versions

[BOOK] Empirical realization ranking [PDF] from velldal.net E Velldal – 2008 – velldal.net … Moreover, the semantic representations themselves are based on the framework of Minimal Recursion Semantics (MRS; Copestake, Flickinger, Malouf, Riehemann, & Sag, 1995; Copestake, Flickinger, Pollard, & Sag, 2006). … Cited by 17 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 5 versions

[PDF] Corpus-based semantic categorisation for anaphora resolution [PDF] from uib.no U Eiken – 2005 – hf.uib.no … The task of identifying the referent of a pronoun is called anaphora resolution and its computer implementation is relevant in many NLP applications, such as machine translation, automatic abstracting, dialogue systems, question answering and information extraction. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] A practical semantic representation for natural language parsing [PDF] from ed.ac.uk MO Dzikovska – 2004 – homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk … language understanding. Our focus is a multi-domain dialogue system in which we need a deep linguistically-motivated parser to produce the representations of the input suitable for reasoning. … 8 1.4 Parsing and interpretation in a practical dialogue system . . . . . … Cited by 19 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 6 versions

Information Structure in Discourse [PDF] from ed.ac.uk M Traat – 2006 – era-test.lib.ed.ac.uk Page 1. Information Structure in Discourse Representation Computational analysis of theme, rheme and focus with Unification-based Combinatory Categorial Grammar Maarika Traat T H E U NIVER S I T Y O F E DI NBU R G H Doctor of Philosophy … Related articles – All 4 versions

Integration d’une dimension semantique dans les grammaires d’arbres adjoints [PDF] from loria.fr C Gardent – Actes de la conférence TALN 2006, 2006 – books.google.com … available from http://www-linguistics. stanford. edu/~ aac/doc5-2. pdf. COPESTAKE A., FLICKINGER D., SAG I. et POLLARD C.(1999).«Minimal Recursion Se- mantics. An Introduction». Manuscript, Stanford University. CRABBÉ … Cited by 14 – Related articles – All 4 versions