Computational Linguistics and Formal Semanticsby Michael Rosner
Pub. Date: 10/30/1992
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Examining natural language phenomena from the perspectives of computational linguistics as well as formal semantics, this text considers the prospects for the more unified and comprehensive computational theory of language that can be obtained from their amalgamation.
Table of Contents1. Unification; 2. Representations and interpretations; 3. Syntactic categories and semantic type; 4. Fine-structure in categorical semantics; 5. Properties, propositions and semantic theory; 6. Algorithms for semantic interpretation; 7. Situation schemata and linguistic representation; 8. Application-oriented computational semantics; 9. Form and content in semantics; Epilogue: on the relation between computational linguistics and formal semantics; Bibliography.
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