OpenCCG (OpenNLP CCG Library)


openccg.sourceforge.net

Notes:

Apache OpenNLP is a machine learning based toolkit for natural language processing.

  • SPaRKy Restaurant Corpus

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See also:

Apache OpenNLP 2011 | Apache OpenNLP 2012 | Apache OpenNLP 2013 | Apache OpenNLP 2014


An OpenCCG-Based Approach to Question Generation from Concepts MM Berg, A Isard, JD Moore – Natural Language Processing and …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Dialogue systems are often regarded as being tedious and inflexible. We believe that one reason is rigid and inadaptable system utterances. A good dialogue system should automatically choose a formulation that reflects the user’s expectations. However, current … Related articles All 4 versions

A German Grammar for Generation in OpenCCG J Vancoppenolle, E Tabbert, G Bouma, M Stede – H edeland et al.(2011), 2011 – Citeseer Abstract We present a freely available CCG fragment for German that is being developed for natural language generation tasks in the domain of share price statistics. It is implemented in OpenCCG, an open source Java implementation of the computationally attractive CCG … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

OpenCCG Realizer Manual M White – Documentation of the OpenCCG Realizer, 2012 – svn.kwarc.info This manual is a programmer’s guide to using the OpenCCG surface realizer in Java applications. You can download and install OpenCCG from its website, http://openccg. sourceforge. net. Once you’ve unpacked the archive, have a look at the README file for … Cited by 3 Related articles

Shallow and Deep Paraphrasing for Improved Machine Translation Parameter Optimization DN Mehay, M White – The AMTA 2012 Workshop on Monolingual …, 2012 – mt-archive.info … 3 Precise, Grammatically-Driven, Deep Paraphrasing with OpenCCG In … 2012). The OpenCCG parser consumes strings and produces semantic de- pendency graphs (White, 2006), which abstract away from the order of the string. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

The osu system for surface realization at generation challenges 2011 R Rajkumar, D Espinosa, M White – … of the 13th European workshop on …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … Abstract This report documents our efforts to develop a Generation Challenges 2011 surface realiza- tion system by converting the shared task deep inputs to ones compatible with OpenCCG. Al- though difficulties in conversion … Cited by 6 Related articles All 10 versions

Social state recognition and knowledge-level planning for human-robot interaction in a bartender domain RPA Petrick, ME Foster, A Isard – … of the AAAI 2012 Workshop on …, 2012 – researchgate.net … Once the user speech has been recognised, it must be fur- ther processed to extract the underlying meaning. To do this, we parse the recognised speech hypothesis using a grammar defined in OpenCCG (White 2006). … Figure 4: OpenCCG logical form for Please give me a beer … Cited by 7 Related articles All 5 versions

Natural Language Generation O Dušek – 2013 – ufal.mff.cuni.cz … Example: OpenCCG ? General purpose, multi-lingual … Enabling technology for multilingual natural language generation: the KPML development environment. Natural Language Engineering http://purl.org/net/kpml OpenCCG White, M. and Baldrige, J. 2003. … Related articles All 2 versions

Shared task proposal: Syntactic paraphrase ranking M White – Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … The real- izations in the corpus were generated using several OpenCCG realization ranking models (White and Rajkumar, 2009) and using the XLE symbolic re- alizer with subsequent n-gram ranking (paraphrases involving WordNet substitutions were excluded). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 9 versions

Towards a Description of Symbolic Maps DC Vale, E Vales, R Izgalieva – INLG 2014, 2014 – anthology.aclweb.org … In this paper, we shall review the available directed rules that constitute the resources in KPML and OpenCCG and argue that they are useful in their respective tasks–either synthesis or analysis,–but are either unsuitable or not competitive for the inverse task. … Related articles All 6 versions

Two people walk into a bar: Dynamic multi-party social interaction with a robot agent ME Foster, A Gaschler, M Giuliani, A Isard… – Proceedings of the 14th …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … ArgOne”> Figure 5: OpenCCG logical form for … Cited by 34 Related articles All 6 versions

That’s Not What I Meant! Using Parsers to Avoid Structural Ambiguities in Generated Text M Duan, M White – Proc. ACL-14: HLT, 2014 – aclweb.org … The OpenCCG realizer generates surface strings for input seman- tic dependency graphs (or logical forms) using a chart-based algorithm (White, 2006) for Combi- natory Categorial Grammar (Steedman, 2000) to- gether with a “hypertagger” for probabilistically assigning lexical … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Glue rules for robust chart realization M White – Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … The method works with Combinatory Categorial Gram- mar (CCG) and has been implemented in OpenCCG. … 2 Background OpenCCG is a parsing/generation library for CCG which includes a hybrid symbolic-statistical chart realizer (White, 2006b). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 9 versions

Building a generator for Italian sign language A Mazzei – Proceedings of the 13th European Workshop on …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … In our architecture we use the OpenCCG realizer (White, 2006), an open source tool that has sev- eral appealing features with respect to our approach. OpenCCG is based on combinatory categorial gram- mars (CCG) (Steedman, 2000), a mildly context- 171 Page 3. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 7 versions

Enhancing the Expression of Contrast in the SPaRKy Restaurant Corpus DM Howcroft, C Nakatsu, M White – ENLG 2013, 2013 – aclweb.org … is not straightforward. As such, DCCG requires no changes to the OpenCCG real- izer (White, 2006b; White, 2006a; White and Ra- 1In the text, words intended to help indicate similarities and contrasts are italicized. Note that … Related articles All 8 versions

Handling uncertain input in multi-user human-robot interaction S Keizer, ME Foster, A Gaschler… – Robot and Human …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Speech processing consists of speech recognition using the Kinect ASR system and semantic parsing using OpenCCG. … To do this, we parse each hypothesis using a grammar defined in OpenCCG [1], in an attempt to find a full parse. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Minimal dependency length in realization ranking M White, R Rajkumar – Proceedings of the 2012 Joint Conference on …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … We demonstrate empirically using OpenCCG, our CCG-based (Steedman, 2000) surface realiza- tion system, the utility of a global feature encoding … We provide here a brief overview of CCG and the OpenCCG realizer; for further details, see the works cited below. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 7 versions

NLG Lecture 12: Statistical generation J Oberlander – School of Informatics, The University of Edinburgh, 2012 – inf.ed.ac.uk … concluded – Training to individual user preferences ? Individuality and language technologies – From classification to overgeneration ? The Critical Agents Dialogue project – Generates dialogue scripts with personality and alignment – OpenCCG-based – Overgeneration and … Related articles All 2 versions

An event-based conversational system for the nao robot I Kruijff-Korbayová, G Athanasopoulos, A Beck… – Proceedings of the …, 2011 – Springer … The compacted lattice is then directly analysed by an agenda-based chart parser, which uses a hand-written competence grammar based on the Multimodal Combinatory Categorial Grammar framework [7] implemented in OpenCCG [4]. The agenda, together with an … Cited by 14 Related articles All 12 versions

Planning for Social Interaction in a Robot Bartender Domain. RPA Petrick, ME Foster – ICAPS, 2013 – homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk … the underlying meaning. The recognised hypotheses are parsed using an OpenCCG grammar (White 2006), which is an open-source implementation of Com- binatory Categorial Grammar (Steedman 2000). The gram- mar … Cited by 15 Related articles All 4 versions

Deep Natural Language Processing for Italian Sign Language Translation A Mazzei, L Lesmo, C Battaglino, M Vendrame… – AI* IA 2013: Advances in …, 2013 – Springer … using OpenCCG [21]. … In Figure 5 there are the two abstract syntax trees obtained by the input given by the semantic network of Figure 3. The abstract trees are used as input for the OpenCCG realizer, that is based on a combinatorial categorial grammars (CCG) [23] for LIS. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Idiomatic MWEs and Machine Translation A Retrieval and Representation Model: the AraMWE Project G Lancioni, M Boella – The Fourth Workshop on …, 2012 – amta2012.amtaweb.org … Grammar (CCG) The choice of CCG as a grammatical paradigm to analyze and automatically translate idioms is based upon several grounds:(i) it is a perfectly formalized grammatical paradigm;(ii) some very performing implementations, such as OpenCCG (White, 2012 … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Sign language generation with expert systems and ccg A Mazzei – Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … Our generator consists of two mod- ules: (i) SentenceDesigner, that is a rule-based mi- croplanner; (ii) OpenCCG, that is a chart realizer (White, 2006). There are two main issues in this work. The first issue concerns the use of an expert system for microplanning. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 9 versions

Using Foot-Syllable Grammars to Customize Speech Recognizers for Dialogue Systems DC Vale, V Mast – Text, Speech and Dialogue, 2012 – Springer … Among its components, it uses Nuance’s VoCon as a speech recognizer [10] and OpenCCG as a parser [3]. … For the parsing, we compared the semantic features extracted by OpenCCG for recognized utterance to those for the human transcription for four scenarios. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Creating disjunctive logical forms from aligned sentences for grammar-based paraphrase generation S Martin, M White – Proceedings of the Workshop on Monolingual Text- …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … Abstract We present a method of creating disjunctive logical forms (DLFs) from aligned sentences for grammar-based paraphrase generation us- ing the OpenCCG broad coverage surface re- alizer. … The resulting DLFs are fed into the OpenCCG re- alizer for n-best realization. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 14 versions

Back to the Blocks World: Learning New Actions through Situated Human-Robot Dialogue L She, S Yang, Y Cheng, Y Jia, JY Chai… – 15th Annual Meeting of the …, 2014 – aclweb.org … The roles are further represented by objects’ properties (Color, Location and Spatial Relation). An example semantic representation of “H1: Stack the blue block on the red block on your right.” is shown in Figure 3. 1We utilized OpenCCG, which could be found at: http://openccg. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions

Information structure in speech sythesis: Early focus and post-focal givenness F Kügler, B Smolibocki, M Stede… – Elektronische …, 2013 – ling.uni-potsdam.de … We use OpenCCG [21], equipped with a grammar for German, as the realization engine. … CUP, 1996. [21] OpenCCG natural language processing library: http://openccg.sourceforge.net/ [22] Reiter, E. and R. Dale: Building Natural Language Generation Systems. … Cited by 1 Related articles

Perceptions of alignment and personality in generated dialogue AJ Gill, C Brockmann, J Oberlander – Proceedings of the Seventh …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … For more details of this system, see Brock- mann (2009). Within CRAG 2, linguistic personal- ity and alignment are modelled using the OPENNLP 41 Page 3. CCG Library (OPENCCG) natural language realiser (White, 2006b). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 11 versions

Linguistically motivated complementizer choice in surface realization R Rajkumar, M White – Proceedings of the UCNLG+ Eval: Language …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … as well as syntactic features (eg number and agreement). OpenCCG is a pars- ing/generation library which includes a hybrid symbolic-statistical chart realizer (White, 2006). The chart realizer takes as input logical forms rep … Cited by 4 Related articles All 8 versions

Better Surface Realization through Psycholinguistics R Rajkumar, M White – Language and Linguistics Compass, 2014 – Wiley Online Library … An example input for the OpenCCG realizer appears in Figure 1. In the figure, nodes correspond to discourse referents labeled with lexical predicates, and dependency relations between nodes encode argument structure (gold standard CCG lexical categories are also shown … Related articles

Ontology based interlingua translation L Lesmo, A Mazzei, DP Radicioni – Computational Linguistics and …, 2011 – Springer … to express a particular concept. In our architecture we use the OpenCCG realization system [11], an open source tool that has two valuable features: (1) OpenCCG uses hybrid logic for semantic structures. Hybrid logic is a kind … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Using Ellipsis Detection and Word Similarity for Transformation of Spoken Language into Grammatically Valid Sentences M Giuliani, T Marschall, A Isard – 15th Annual Meeting of the Special …, 2014 – aclweb.org … 3.1 Ellipsis Detection Algorithm We use the OpenCCG parser (White, 2006), which is based on Combinatory Categorial Grammar (Kruijff and Baldridge, 2004; Steedman, 2000), to parse the output of our speech recognition system. … Related articles All 6 versions

Spoken language processing in a conversational system for child-robot interaction. I Kruijff-Korbayová, H Cuayáhuitl, B Kiefer, M Schröder… – WOCCI, 2012 – macs.hw.ac.uk … The compacted lattice is then directly analysed by an agenda-based chart parser, which uses a hand-written compe- tence grammar based on the Multimodal Combinatory Catego- rial Grammar framework [23] implemented in OpenCCG [24]. … Cited by 10 Related articles All 7 versions

Prospects for e-grammars and endangered languages corpora S Drude – 2012 – scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu … 2002), Meta-Grammar (Kinyon et al. 2006), OpenCCG (Baldridge et al. 2007), or KPML (Bateman et al. 2005). … 2007. DotCCG and VisCCG: Wiki and programming paradigms for improved grammar engineering with OpenCCG. … Related articles All 4 versions

Towards action selection under uncertainty for a socially aware robot bartender ME Foster, S Keizer, O Lemon – Proceedings of the 2014 ACM/IEEE …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … The recognised hypotheses are parsed to extract the syntactic and semantic information using a grammar implemented in OpenCCG [7], while the source angle is used together with the location infor- mation from vision to estimate which of the customers in the scene is most … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions

Qualitative Spatio-Temporal Representation and Reasoning for robotic applications J B?dkowski – Pomiary, Automatyka, Robotyka, 2013 – yadda.icm.edu.pl … The sophisticated HRI (Human Ro- bot Interface) based on Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG) parser of OpenCCG 1 is pro- posed in [4]. The problem of providing intelligent spatial decision-making (spatial reasoning) is related to the framework of Multi-Modal Data … Related articles All 2 versions

Towards a Truly Statistical Natural Language Generator O Dušek – 2013 – ufal.ms.mff.cuni.cz … COLING CCG White, M. and Baldrige, J. 2003. Adapting Chart Realization to CCG. ENLG http://openccg.sourceforge.net/ CRAG Isard, A. et al. 2006. Individuality and alignment in generated dialogues. INLG FERGUS Bangalore, S. and Rambow, O. 2000. … Related articles All 3 versions

Multimodal child-robot interaction: Building social bonds T Belpaeme, PE Baxter, R Read… – Journal of Human …, 2012 – humanrobotinteraction.org … This combination is our main mechanism to support dynamic adaptation. 4http://openccg. sourceforge.net/ 37 Page 6. … Alternatively, the output could be a logical form that would serve as input into a grammar-based lexical realization component using OpenCCG. … Cited by 37 Related articles All 11 versions

Children’s Turn-Taking Behavior Adaptation in Multi-Session Interactions with a Humanoid Robot I Kruijff-Korbayová, I Baroni, M Nalin… – Special Issue of …, 2013 – deib.polimi.it … and robot motor control (Figure 2). We use components developed within the project as well as off-the-shelf technolo- gies such as Julius and HTK for speech recognition, OpenCV for gesture recog- nition, Acapela and MARY for speech synthesis, OpenCCG for language … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Combinatory Categorial Grammar for Computer-Assisted Language Learning S Delamarre, M Abraham – Cross-Disciplinary Advances in …, 2011 – books.google.com … It should be noted that our imple- mentation uses some elements of the excellent Michael White’s Java API for categorial gram- mars, OPEN CCG, and also Jason Baldridge’s associated formatDotCCGfor grammar definition (see http://openccg. sourceforge. net/). … All 3 versions

Intelligent mobile assistant for spatial design support J B?dkowski – Automation in Construction, 2013 – Elsevier … environments. In [15] conceptual spatial representations are used for indoor mobile robot navigation and sophisticated HRI (Human Robot Interface) based on Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG) parser of OpenCCG 1 [16]. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 4 versions

Weakly-Supervised Grammar-Informed Bayesian CCG Parser Learning D Garrette, C Dyer, J Baldridge, NA Smith – 2015 – cs.cmu.edu … We wish to model the same kinds of complex Page 2. categories encoded in resources like CCGBank or which are used in hand-crafted grammars such as those used with OpenCCG (Baldridge et al. 2007), and to do so by starting with words rather than gold tags. … Related articles All 4 versions

Toward humanlike task-based dialogue processing for human robot interaction M Scheutz, R Cantrell, P Schermerhorn – AI Magazine, 2011 – aaai.org … One approach to improving robustness is to allow for partial parses. For example, Rickert et al. (2007) uses OpenCCG, a rule-based, nonincre- mental parser, to produce an unconstrained ?-log- ical semantic representation of an input. … Cited by 20 Related articles All 7 versions

How can i help you’: comparing engagement classification strategies for a robot bartender ME Foster, A Gaschler, M Giuliani – Proceedings of the 15th ACM on …, 2013 – dl.acm.org … recognition, we use the Microsoft Speech API together with a Kinect directional microphone array; incremental hypotheses are published constantly, and recognised speech with a confidence above a defined threshold is parsed using a grammar implemented in OpenCCG [36] t … Cited by 12 Related articles All 3 versions

Machine Learning for Social Multiparty Human–Robot Interaction S Keizer, M Ellen Foster, Z Wang… – ACM Transactions on …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … the Microsoft Speech API together with the directional microphone array of a second Kinect; incremental hypotheses are published constantly, and recognized speech with a confidence above a defined threshold is parsed using a grammar implemented in OpenCCG [White 200 … Cited by 2 Related articles

Cognitive supervision and control of robotic inspection-intervention system using qualitative spatio-temporal representation and reasoning J Bedkowski – Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence …, 2013 – Springer … In [25] the conceptual spatial representation is used for indoor mobile robot navigation and the sophis- ticated HRI (Human Robot Interface) based on the Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG) parser of OpenCCG 1 [26]. … Related articles All 3 versions

Semsignwriting: A proposed semantic system for Arabic text-to-signwriting translation AM Almasoud, HS Al-Khalifa – 2012 – file.scirp.org … Finally, the generation of the target LIS sentences uses the OpenCCG morpho-syntactic generation system. They also convert the ontological restriction into a first-order logic formula to generate LIS sentences. 3.2. SL and SignWriting. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Linguistic processing in the atlas project L Lesmo, A Mazzei, D Radicioni – SLALT workshop, 2011 – mt-archive.info … OpenCCG LIS-CCG SLTAT 2011 – Berlin, January 10-11, 2011 Page 16. be T group north local east Example (5) Generation: Semantic Tree SLTAT 2011 – Berlin, January 10-11, 2011 Page 17. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Linguistically Motivated Features for CCG Realization Ranking RP Rajkumar – 2012 – rave.ohiolink.edu … lead to more fluent output. Specifically, in the context of discriminative reranking for the OpenCCG5 surface realizer, this thesis provides answers to the following questions: 1. Does the dependency length theory of language comprehension and production (Gib- … Related articles All 3 versions

An interactive humanoid robot exhibiting flexible sub-dialogues H Cuayáhuitl, I Kruijff-Korbayová – … of the 2012 Conference of the North …, 2012 – dl.acm.org … 2We use off-the-shelf technologies such as Sphinx / Julius / HTK for speech recognition, OpenCV for ges- ture recognition, Acapela and Mary for speech synthe- sis, HRL-based dialogue management (as described above), OpenCCG for language parsing and language … Cited by 13 Related articles All 9 versions

A conversational system for multi-session child-robot interaction with several games I Kruijff-Korbayová, H Cuayáhuitl, B Kiefer… – … German Conference on …, 2012 – Citeseer … So far, we implemented prosodic prominence modification (stress) on words that realize the focus of a sentence and emotional prosody modification according to the emotional state of the robot (sad and happy). 9 http://openccg. sourceforge. net/ 10 http://www. acapela-group. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Comparing task-based and socially intelligent behaviour in a robot bartender M Giuliani, R Petrick, ME Foster, A Gaschler… – Proceedings of the 15th …, 2013 – dl.acm.org … The output planner coordinates the movements of the robot’s head and arms with aligned speech, using the animatronic head to generate embodied speech. For language parsing and language generation, we use a bi-directional, bilingual OpenCCG grammar [35]. … Cited by 12 Related articles All 7 versions

Using CCG categories to improve Hindi dependency parsing. BR Ambati, T Deoskar, M Steedman – ACL (2), 2013 – anthology.aclweb.org … is 96%. The remaining 4% are either cases of wrong annota- tions in the original treebank, or rare constructions which are currently not handled by our conversion algorithm. 2http://openccg. sourceforge. net/ 606 Page 655. 3 … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications H Hedeland, T Schmidt, K Wörner – 2011 – Citeseer … 135 Sofia Malamatidou A Comparable Wikipedia Corpus: From Wiki Syntax to POS Tagged XML….. 141 Noah Bubenhofer, Stefanie Haupt, Horst Schwinn A German Grammar for Generation in OpenCCG….. … Related articles All 6 versions

Documentation for the MOLOKO CCG grammar (v6) GJM Kruijff, T Benjamin – 2012 – talkingrobots.dfki.de … MOLOKO is intended for use with an OpenCCG parser and/or realizer, ie you can use the MOLOKO in both “directions” for understanding and production. … Using this resource The MOLOKO grammar is distributed with the LGPL license (like OpenCCG). … Related articles

Stochastic Language Generation in Dialogue Using Factored Language Models F Mairesse, S Young – 2014 – MIT Press … The surface realization task is an attractive research topic as it is not tied to a specific application domain. Factored language models have been used for surface realization within the OpenCCG framework (White, Rajkumar, and Martin 2007; Espinosa, White, and Mehay 2008). … Related articles All 9 versions

Dependency-based n-gram models for general purpose sentence realisation Y Guo, H Wang, J Van Genabith – Natural Language …, 2011 – Cambridge Univ Press … 2005), non-hierarchical conceptual graphs as semantic input specifications used by the Protector system (Nicolov and Mellish 2000), semantic dependency graphs as used in Amalgam (Corston-Oliver et al. 2002) and OpenCCG (White 2004) and many others. … Cited by 25 Related articles All 19 versions

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Hierarchical Dialogue Policy Learning using Flexible State Transitions and Linear Function Approximation. H Cuayáhuitl, I Kruijff-Korbayová, N Dethlefs – COLING (Demos), 2012 – Citeseer … and gesture production and robot motor control (see Figure 3). We use components developed by ourselves as well as off-the-shelf technologies such as Google speech recognition, OpenCV for gesture recogni- tion, Acapela for speech synthesis, OpenCCG for language … Cited by 4 Related articles All 10 versions

Towards Surface Realization with CCGs Induced from Dependencies ST Input – INLG 2014, 2014 – aclweb.org … ALL 37.6 77.2 0.8083 ALL+ 38.1 80.4 0.8260 COMPLETE 47.0- 0.8743 NATIVE 46.4 86.4 0.8694 Table 1: Development set (Section 00) & test set (Section 23) results, including exact match and complete derivation percentages and BLEU scores native OpenCCG inputs (and …

Semi-supervised CCG lexicon extension E Thomforde, M Steedman – Proceedings of the Conference on Empirical …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … In addition, we work on the scale of a full grammar and wide-coverage parser, using modern lexical corpora. Our method is a wrapper for a naive generative CCG parser StatOpenCCG (Christodoulopoulos, 2008), a statistical extension to OpenCCG (White and Baldridge, 2003). … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

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Semi-supervised lexical acquisition for wide-coverage parsing EJ Thomforde – 2013 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk Page 1. This thesis has been submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for a postgraduate degree (eg PhD, MPhil, DClinPsychol) at the University of Edinburgh. Please note the following terms and conditions of use: • This work … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

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An ontology based architecture for translation L Lesmo, A Mazzei, DP Radicioni – Proceedings of the Ninth International …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … From an applicative point of view the ontology restriction produced by the semantic interpretation is used (in logical form) as input of the OpenCCG tool, in the generation component of the translation architecture (White, 2006). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 11 versions

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Teaching Robots New Actions through Natural Language Instructions L She, Y Cheng, JY Chai, Y Jia… – Robot and Human …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … It must be grounded to the robot’s representation of perception and actions. Extending our previous work[15], we represent the 1We used OpenCCG as the parser and write the lexicons. OpenCCG could be found at: http://openccg.sourceforge.net/ 869 Page 3. … Related articles

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Communication Aspects: How Landmarks Enrich the Communication Between Human and Machine KF Richter, S Winter – Landmarks, 2014 – Springer … The kiosk system relies on textual input, so typed utterances are being parsed. To this end, the OpenCCG parser is used [ 14 ] , producing a structured representation of the utterances’ semantics, which is matched against the knowledge base. … Related articles

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