Natural Language Interpreters


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I need a new cloud-based natural language interpreter (natural language interpretation system). There are not a lot of good examples of turnkey statistical natural language interpreters in common use. There is a huge body of work on grammar parsing, but I’m having trouble finding anything on natural language interpreters for parsed grammars.

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Generating Natural Language specifications from UML class diagrams F Meziane, N Athanasakis, S Ananiadou – Requirements Engineering, 2008 – Springer Logo Springer. Search Options: … Cited by 63 Related articles All 20 versions

Realization of natural language interfaces using lazy functional programming RA Frost – ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR), 2006 – dl.acm.org Page 1. Realization of Natural Language Interfaces Using Lazy Functional Programming Richard A. Frost University of Windsor The construction of natural language interfaces to computers continues to be a major challenge. … Cited by 25 Related articles All 11 versions

DIARC: A Testbed for Natural Human-Robot Interaction. PW Schermerhorn, JF Kramer, C Middendorff… – AAAI, 2006 – aaai.org … The first level of interpretation within the natural language processing subsystem is performed by a modified version of the CMU Sphinx4 natural language interpreter, which translates the phonetic utterance, word-by-word, into strings of words recognizable by the incremental … Cited by 18 Related articles All 10 versions

Mapping natural language to imagery: Placing objects intelligently IJ Sledge, JM Keller – Fuzzy Systems, 2009. FUZZ-IEEE 2009. …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … 7(a). But, there is no guarantee that the intersection will be non-empty, which is the case for fig. 7(b). Hence, it is sensible to query the natural language interpreter, in the event that this occurs, to see if any alternate interpretations of the text are available. … Cited by 12 Related articles All 5 versions

Service creation in the SPICE service platform JP Almeida, A Baravaglio, M Belaunde, P Falcarin… – 2006 – roar.uel.ac.uk … An approach based on a very much assisted graphical composition tool can be a core solution to be extended in a stepwise approach with further facilities like natural language interpreters (eg to propose initial automatic compositions to be manually visualized, verified and … Cited by 20 Related articles All 7 versions

Service mashups using natural language and context awareness: A pragmatic architectural design M Belaunde, SB Hassen – Enterprise Distributed Object …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … in order to be able to integrate different execution tools. (ii) The natural language interpreter should be able to access personalization information to do his job. (iii) The connection between a given functionality and a service … Cited by 4 Related articles All 6 versions

Semantic component selection-SemaCS M Sjachyn, L Beus-Dukic – … off-the-Shelf (COTS)-Based Software …, 2006 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The system will be further improved over time to include, for example, knowledge elicitation (to extract implied meaning from component descriptions) and natural language interpreter (allowing the use of ‘natural’ English to perform searches). References … Cited by 12 Related articles All 12 versions

PixelTone: a multimodal interface for image editing GP Laput, M Dontcheva, G Wilensky, W Chang… – Proceedings of the …, 2013 – dl.acm.org … changes to specific regions. To support the language commonly used in photo- editing we develop a customized natural language interpreter that maps user phrases to specific image processing opera- tions. Finally, we perform … Cited by 9 Related articles All 6 versions

An evolutionary method for natural language to SQL translation A Afonso, L Brito, O Vale – Simulated Evolution and Learning, 2008 – Springer … If 5 Empirical Test and Results A prototype was implemented to test the proposed methodology. By using a relational database composed by four tables and thirteen fields, a natural language interpreter was written. This prototype … Cited by 3 Related articles All 7 versions

Data for All: A Systems Approach to Accelerate the Path from Data to Insight E Kandogan, M Roth, C Kieliszewski… – Big Data (BigData …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … x Natural Language Interpreter uses natural language interpretation techniques that leverage metadata, matches query keywords to concepts such as datasets, attribute names and values, visualization types, and analytic tasks (eg, correlate, classify, visualize), and creates a … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Building an AIML Chatter Bot Knowledge-Base Starting from a FAQ and a Glossary G De Gasperis – Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society, 2010 – je-lks.org … intelligent. Modern multimodal user interfaces (Pirrone et al., 2008) comprise a pseudo- natural language interpreter which emulates human conversation in order to make the user feel comfortable during information retrieval. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 6 versions

BEETLE II: Deep natural language understanding and automatic feedback generation for intelligent tutoring in basic electricity and electronics M Dzikovska, N Steinhauser, E Farrow, J Moore… – International Journal of …, 2014 – Springer … the contribution of the NLP module. We then carry out a detailed evaluation of the natural language interpreter, looking at its overall performance and how that correlates with learning outcomes. Finally, we describe an error … Cited by 4 Related articles All 5 versions

Natural Language Interaction with Robots A Walker – 2007 – triceratops.brynmawr.edu … While there have been several NL systems built for specific computer applications, NL interaction with robots remains largely unexplored. Our research focuses on implementing a natural language interpreter for commands and queries given to a small mobile robot. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 7 versions

Mechanisms for collaborative teleoperation with a team of cooperative robots O Reinoso, A Gil, L Payá, M Juliá – Industrial Robot: An …, 2008 – emeraldinsight.com … Each sensor is associated with a CORBA interface and identified by an IOR string. Natural language interpreter. … Second, it processes the former commands with a natural language interpreter, in order to obtain the commands that can be understood by the system. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 4 versions

Verifiable source code documentation in controlled natural language T Kuhn, A Bergel – Science of Computer Programming, 2014 – Elsevier Writing documentation about software internals is rarely considered a rewarding activity. It is highly time-consuming and the resulting documentation is fragile. Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

NL-based communication with firefighting robots JH Hong, BC Min, JM Taylor, V Raskin… – Systems, Man, and …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Possible communication is shown in Figure 4. Figure 4. communication with Firefighting robot Following the HARMS model, it should be undistinguishable for a robot whether it got its command from the controller or from the natural language interpreter. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 2 versions

Lazy combinators for executable specifications of general attribute grammars R Hafiz, RA Frost – Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, 2010 – Springer Page 1. Lazy Combinators for Executable Specifications of General Attribute Grammars Rahmatullah Hafiz and Richard A. Frost School of Computer Science, University of Windsor 401 Sunset Avenue Windsor, ON N9B 3P4 Canada {hafiz,richard}@uwindsor.ca Abstract. … Cited by 13 Related articles All 14 versions

Face and eyes detection to improve natural human-computer dialogue J Machrouh, F Panaget, P Bretier, C Garcia – Proceeding of the second …, 2006 – Citeseer … terms of behaviours and capabilities, but most of them require a fixed stereoscopic camera and/or several CPUs or computers to be able to run in ”real time” (see [4] [2]). Our ECA Nestor [16] integrates a continuous speech recognizer, a natural language interpreter, a dialogue … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Executable attribute grammars for modular and efficient natural language processing R Hafiz – 2011 – scholar.uwindsor.ca … In: FP languages and computer architecture. Volume 201.(1985) 113–128 [14] Frost, R., Launchbury, J.: Constructing natural language interpreters in a lazy func- tional language. The Computer Journal 32 (2)(1989) 108–121 [15] Hutto Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

A System for Modularly Constructing Efficient Natural Language Processors R Hafiz, RA Frost – Proceedings of theComputational …, 2011 – proceedings2011.cla-conf.info Page 1. A System for Modularly Constructing Efficient Natural Language Processors Rahmatullah Hafiz School of Computer Science University of Windsor Windsor, ON, Canada Email: hafiz@uwindsor.ca Richard A. Frost School … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

MOOIDE: natural language interface for programming MOO environments M Ahmad – 2008 – dspace.mit.edu Page 1. MOOIDE: Natural Language Interface for Programming MOO Environments by Moinuddin Ahmad Bachelor of Technology Indian Institute of Technology Submitted to the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, School … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Dipgame: a challenging negotiation testbed A Fabregues, C Sierra – Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 2011 – Elsevier There is a chronic lack of shared application domains to test advanced research models and agent negotiation architectures in Multiagent Systems. In this paper. Cited by 13 Related articles All 6 versions

Models towards a hybrid conversational agent for contact centres GR Sankar, J Greyling, D Vogts… – Proceedings of the 2008 …, 2008 – dl.acm.org … actions and conditions. 2. Interpreters – this component is used to match rules in the working memory. It makes use of pattern matching to match identical constants or unbound variables in rule patterns. 3. Translations – nearly … Cited by 1 Related articles

The Metacognitive Loop and Reasoning about Anomalies MD Schmill, ML Anderson, S Fults… – Metareasoning: …, 2011 – books.google.com … Recall that we intend for all the MCL instantiations (eg, for the natural language interpreter and the rover) to have identical core algorithms and core nodes (at least initially), but different fringe nodes (eg, the type and number of expectations). … Cited by 18 Related articles All 3 versions

Truth theories, competence, and semantic computation P Pagin – Donald Davidson on Truth, Meaning, and the Mental, 2012 – books.google.com … However, modelling this ability is not itself enough for modelling the abilities of natural language interpreters. The reason is that in order to model the ability of natural language interpreters, the theory must not only allow speakers … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Deforesting logical form Z Chen, JT Hale – The Mathematics of Language, 2010 – Springer Page 1. Deforesting Logical Form Zhong Chen and John T. Hale Department of Linguistics Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853-4701, USA {zc77,jthale}@cornell. edu Abstract. This paper argues against Logical Form (LF) as … Cited by 1 Related articles All 11 versions

System entity structure for XML meta data modeling: application to the logistics Y Han, T Kim, C Seo, C Lee – Proceedings of the 2010 Spring Simulation …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … Figure 5. Developing process of the logistics analysis system The SESBuilder needs a natural language script as its initial input. The internal natural language interpreter verifies if an input natural language script follows its syntactic. … Related articles

Efficient Combinator Parsing for Natural-Language R Hafiz – 2006 – cs.uwindsor.ca Page 1. Efficient Combinator Parsing for Natural-Language by Rahmatullah Hafiz A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research through Computer Science in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for … Related articles All 3 versions

Development of Machine Learning based Natural Language Processing System. J Lee, Y Kim, H Shin, K Song – International Journal of Advances in Soft …, 2014 – ijasca.com … storage for knowledge data; language for knowledge representation and inference including predicate calculus; logical formalism such as PL (Prepositional Logic) for SAT (SATisfiability), FOL (First Order Logic) or DL (Descriptive Logic); natural language interpreter, and so on. … Related articles All 2 versions

Natural Language Communication With Virtual Actor M Aries, KC Maisyarah, K Robby – 2008 – publication.gunadarma.ac.id … As a consequence, reference resolution is a dynamic process, which is shared by the natural language interpreter and the animation system. The overall goal of parsing is to produce a semantic structure rather than a syntactic one. … Related articles All 3 versions

Natural Language Process P Touset – Citeseer Page 1. Natural Language Process A dialogue system for the me Human Media Interaction group Department of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science University of Twente, Enschede The Netherlands atural Language Processing for a Psychometer … All 2 versions

Toward a Cooperative Natural Language Query Interface for Biological Databases HM Jamil – Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM), 2011 IEEE …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … are entity sets. For this fact to be available to the natural language interpreter and to exploit this structural information toward query construction, we complement the database with the following machineries. A. Common Knowledge … Related articles All 7 versions

Modular natural language processing using declarative attribute grammars R Hafiz, RA Frost – Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 2011 – Springer Page 1. Modular Natural Language Processing Using Declarative Attribute Grammars Rahmatullah Hafiz and Richard A. Frost School of Computer Science, University of Windsor 401 Sunset Avenue Windsor, ON N9B 3P4 Canada {hafiz,richard}@uwindsor.ca Abstract. … Related articles All 7 versions

A natural language interface plug-in for cooperative query answering in biological databases HM Jamil – BMC genomics, 2012 – biomedcentral.com … For this fact to be available to the natural language interpreter and to exploit this structural information toward query construction, we complement the database with the following machineries. Common knowledge ontology. An … Related articles All 14 versions

A service composition model for dynamic service creation and update in IMS/Web 2.0 converged environment C Huang, N Crespi – Proceedings of the Sixth Asian Internet Engineering …, 2010 – dl.acm.org … runtime. A natural language interpreter linked to this “contact” extracts the information from user’s request and structures them into a specified format which encapsulates an abstract service policy, and forwards them to SCE. … Related articles All 3 versions

Using virtual tour behavior to build dialogue models for training review A Roque, D Jan, M Core, D Traum – Intelligent Virtual Agents, 2011 – Springer … experience. The accuracy of the statistical natural language interpreter heavily influences the accuracy of the dialogue model and whether learners receive an appropri- ately customized AAR and appropriate positive feedback. … Related articles All 11 versions

Collective intelligence for einclusion L Burzagli, PL Emiliani – Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction …, 2013 – Springer … of web 2.0 with the semantic web [2]. As an example of this approach, a multilayer infrastructure can be considered where information without a defined structure originated in a social forum is filtered and organised, starting from a natural language interpreter which enrich and … Related articles All 2 versions

Agent Architecture S Srinivasan, MAK Goel, BK Jha – ubicc.org … It is a modular structure. It consists of memory, planner, natural language interpreter and generator, reflective processes, plan executer. 2.9 Soar SOAR was designed by Laird, Newell and Rosen bloom. It is the oldest and largest AI development efforts from 1983. … Related articles All 2 versions

Goal Reasoning for an Autonomous Squad Member K Gillespie, M Molineaux, MW Floyd… – … : Papers from the …, 2015 – smartech.gatech.edu … 4. Autonomous Squad Member Goal Reasoning Process Our GR process includes five primary steps, represented by five distinct components:(1) a Natural Language Interpreter,(2) an Explanation Generator,(3) a Plan Recognizer,(4) a Goal Selector, and (5) a Plan Generator. …

A scalable solution for the integration of qualitative models P Fogliaroni – 2010 – irtg.ifgi.de … of visual issues • The system is realized and working on a server, accessible via web. • The client interface to the system is available for mobile phones and in- cludes a natural language interpreter. 13 Page 14. Imagine a man … Related articles All 2 versions

Support to self-diagnosis with awareness J Ji, P Scholten, Q Zhao – International Journal of Machine Learning and …, 2014 – Springer … As shown in Fig. 11, this layer contains two awareness functions. The Natural Language Interpreter (NLI) is aware of user’s intention. … 4.1 Natural language interpreter The NLI could understand the user’s intention, and then to use the reasoner to infer user desired results. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Agents And Their Knowledge Representations S Srinivasan, MD Kumar, MV Jaglan – Citeseer Page 1. Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal Volume 5 Number 1 Page 14 www.ubicc.org AGENTS AND THEIR KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATIONS Dr S.Srinivasan, Mr Dheeraj Kumar , Mr Vivek Jaglan HOD … Related articles All 2 versions

The Golem Team, RoboCup @Home 2014 LA Pineda, C Rascon, G Fuentes, V Estrada… – turing.iimas.unam.mx … For this strategy, regular expressions and their meanings are stored. The natural language interpreter tries to match the regular expressions to the orthographic transcriptions that are similar to the expectations of the system. … Related articles All 5 versions

CONDITOR1: Topic Maps and DITA labelling tool for textual documents with historical information P Garrido, J Tramullas, M Coll – Journal of Digital …, 2009 – arizona.openrepository.com … relationships among words are established which pass through natural language interpreters able to obtain and catalog information, which are in turn based on complete phrase patterns, until learning systems founded on contextual relationships among words are established … Related articles All 7 versions

Natural Notation for the Domestic Internet of Things C Perera, S Aghaee, A Blackwell – End-User Development, 2015 – Springer … analysis, our goal Page 8. 32 C. Perera et al. was to make a descriptive analysis rather than derive statistical training data of the kind that would be necessary in creating a full natural language interpreter. We proceeded with … Related articles All 6 versions

End-user development by application-domain configuration A Sutcliffe, G Papamargaritis – Journal of Systems and Software, 2014 – Elsevier An application generator/tailoring tool aimed at end users is described. It employs conceptual models of problem domains to drive configuration of an applicatio. Related articles All 3 versions

TRIK: A talking and drawing robot for children with communication disabilities S Larsson, P Ljunglof, K Muhlenbock, G Thunberg – Citeseer … The GoDiS dialogue manager A dialogue system typically consists of several components: speech recognizer, natural language interpreter, dialogue man- ager, language generator, speech synthesizer and a short- term memory for keeping track of the dialogue state. … Related articles All 7 versions

Choosing a Response Using Problem Solving Plans and Rhetorical Relations P Barboni, D Sestero – Machine Conversations, 2013 – books.google.com … 3 Overall architecture Figure 1 shows the architecture of our dialogue agent as far as the pragmatic part is concerned. Input sentences from the user are first syntactically and Semantically analyzed by the GULL natural language interpreter (Lesmo and Lombardo, 1993). … Related articles

Agents And Their Environments S Srinivasan, MV Jaglan, D Kumar – ubicc.org … HOMER answers questions posed by users and carries out instructions given by users . — is a modular structure. It consists of : 1.memory 2.planner 3.natural language interpreter and generator . 4.reflective processes 5.plan executer … Related articles

Lassy-A System for Analyzing Grammatical Dependencies in Latin A Datenbanksysteme – db.informatik.uni-bremen.de … ACM Transactions on O ce Information Sys- tems, 3(2):165{184, 1985. DO92] L. Dunn and ME Orlowska. A Natural Language Interpreter for Construction of Conceptual Schemas. In C. Rolland, F. Bodart, and C. Cauvet, editors, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. … Related articles All 5 versions

AIML Knowledge Base Construction from Text Corpora G De Gasperis, I Chiari, N Florio – Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary …, 2013 – Springer … We proposed a natural language interpreter/generator, without deep understanding of the text, or phrase structure analysis. The chapter looks at historical evolution of such conversational systems, trying to concentrate on application in education. … Related articles All 7 versions

References to graphical objects in interactive multimodal queries D He, G Ritchie, J Lee – Knowledge-Based Systems, 2008 – Elsevier … discussion. In this paper, we present a formalisation for these arrangements, and show how our logical definitions can be used to generate constraints suitable for reference resolution within a natural language interpreter. Keywords. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

A cognitive semantics for the association construct J Evermann – Requirements Engineering, 2008 – Springer Page 1. ORIGINAL ARTICLE A cognitive semantics for the association construct Joerg Evermann Received: 12 October 2007 / Accepted: 30 May 2008 / Published online: 19 June 2008 © Springer-Verlag London Limited 2008 … Cited by 4 Related articles All 7 versions

Service Creation for a Telecom Service Platform M Belaunde, P Falcarin, JPA Almeida – researchgate.net … An approach based on an assisted graphical composition tool can be a core solution to be extended in a stepwise approach with further facilities like natural language interpreters (eg to propose initial automatic compositions … Related articles All 2 versions

Parsing for agile modeling O Nierstrasz, J Kurš – Science of Computer Programming, 2015 – Elsevier … Tech. Rep. P9707 Programming Research Group, University of Amsterdam (July 1997). [10]; R. Frost, J. Launchbury; Constructing natural language interpreters in a lazy functional language. Comput. J., 32 (2) (1989), pp. 108–121 http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/comjnl/32.2.108. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

[BOOK] Ontology/data engineering based distributed simulation over service oriented architecture for network behavior analysis T Kim – 2008 – books.google.com Page 1. ONTOLOGY/DATA ENGINEERING BASED DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION OVER SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE FOR NETWORK BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS By Taekyu Kim _____ A Dissertation … Cited by 5 Related articles All 7 versions

Query Based Visual Analysis: Spatio-Temporal Reasoning In Computer Vision LI Fields – bmva.org … The ideal for the full system is a query based natural language interpreter with access to the full explicit set of axioms and semantics of a spatio-temporal logic for all levels of analysis and processing. A query will thus 215 Page 6. … All 2 versions

Deforesting LF J Hale – courses.cit.cornell.edu … McGraw- Hill, New York. [Frost and Launchbury1989] Frost, R. and J. Launchbury. 1989. Constructing natural language interpreters in a lazy functional language. The Computer Journal, 32(2):108–121. [Hamilton2006] Hamilton, Geoff W. 2006. Higher order deforesta- tion. … Related articles All 3 versions

Theorem Proving in a Russian Room and in Haskell (Fachbeitrag) SE Panitz – Citeseer … Foundations of Computer Science. Computer Science Press, New York, 1992. FL89] R. Frost and J. Launchbury. Constructing natural language interpreters in a lazy functional languages. The Computer Journal, 32(2):108{121, 1989. Gil60] PCA Gilmore. … Related articles All 5 versions

Applying proximity rank join model into location-based services W Sha, D Li – Communications (APCC), 2013 19th Asia-Pacific …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … where q specifies a geographical area. With the help of query analysis tools such as natural language interpreter, the priority vector P can be filled with values that reflect user preference more accurately. V. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY … Related articles All 2 versions

Bounded Seas J Kurš, M Lungu, O Nierstrasz – Software Language Engineering, 2014 – Springer Page 1. Bounded Seas — Island Parsing Without Shipwrecks Jan Kurš, Mircea Lungu, and Oscar Nierstrasz Software Composition Group, University of Bern, Switzerland http://scg.unibe.ch Abstract. Imprecise manipulation of … Related articles All 3 versions

Easing the use of network knowledge: Aiding in class registration with timetable selector J Pedro, APC Ramos – … (CISTI), 2010 5th Iberian Conference on, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … present. A natural language interpreter was built to translate the Portuguese sentences into activities, detecting name, starting time, duration, days and place of occurrence. Numeric or alphabetic references can be used. Examples … All 2 versions

Modeling augmented reality user interfaces with SSIML/AR A Vitzthum, H Hussmann – Journal of Multimedia, 2006 – ojs.academypublisher.com … 2D Digital Ink: A 2D ink stroke. • 3D Digital Ink: A 3D ink stroke. • Speech: Speech filtered by grammar and natural language interpreter. The first three sources feed the selection algorithms that are the main focus of this paper. … Cited by 9 Related articles All 12 versions

Applying an Exhaustification Operator in Update Semantics H Zeevat – illc.uva.nl … being a discourse marker. The safest option for a natural language interpreter is therefore to stick to the rule of using new terms unless an old term is explicitly required. 2.2 Exhaustive Updates Exhaustive updates are updates … Related articles All 2 versions

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A Review of the Development of Embodied Presentation Agents and Their Application T Rist, E André, S Baldes… – Life-Like Characters: Tools, …, 2013 – books.google.com … point of view, Cyberella shares similarities with the Rudi stock agent except that this time aural user input is accepted and processed by a speech recognizer to obtain a text string which is then processed further by means of a pattern-based natural language interpreter. … Related articles

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Scalable resolution display walls J Leigh, A Johnson, L Renambot… – Proceedings of the …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The use of a natural language interpreter enables the user to issue commands without conforming to a rigid grammatical structure, and a graph reasoner enables the system to make an educated guess as to the type of visualization that best answers the user’s query. … Cited by 15 Related articles All 8 versions

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Buddy: Harnessing the power of the internet D Boulware, J Salerno, N Zumel… – International Journal of …, 2008 – Wiley Online Library … To address this issue, many search engine vendors are attempting to provide semantic capabilities within the engines themselves or to provide a natural language interpreter to discern the meaning. Both have had limited success. … Related articles All 4 versions

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Case Retrieval Algorithm Based on Structure Matrix L Gu, Q Guo, M Cao, D Zhang – Journal of Multimedia, 2013 – ojs.academypublisher.com … CBR process. For example, a conversational CBR system could require additional initial development in the form of a natural language interpreter to convert dialogue to text and then to a format meaningful to the CBR system. In … Related articles All 3 versions

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Creating an extensible unit converter using openmath as the representation of the semantics of the units J Stratford – 2008 – opus.bath.ac.uk … Natural Language interpreter Was there a facility to accept typed user input of what units were desired, instead of, or in addition to, choice from a pre-written list? If NL, does it support abbreviations? … The natural language interpreter of course should deal with this. … Cited by 10 Related articles All 4 versions

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