Computing Meaning: Volume 1 / Edition 1by H. Bunt
Pub. Date: 11/24/1999
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This book is a collection of papers written by outstanding researchers in the newly emerging field of computational semantics. It is aimed at those linguists, computer scientists, and logicians who want to know more about the algorithmic realization of meaning in natural language and about what is happening in this field of research. It includes a general introduction by the editors.
Table of ContentsComputational Semantics; H. Bunt, R. Muskens. On Semantic Underspecification; M. Pinkal. Dynamic and Underspecified Interpretation without Dynamic or Underspecified Logic; A. Ramsay. Labeled Representations, Underspecification and Disambiguation; N. Asher, T. Fernando. Underspecified Semantics in HPSG; F. Richter, M. Sailer. Minimum Description Length and Compositionality; W. Zadrozny. How to Glue a Donkey to an f-Structure: Porting a 'Dynamic' Meaning Representation Language into LFG's Linear Logic Glue-Language Semantics; J. van Genabith, R. Crouch. Vague Utterances and Context Change; A. Kyburg, M. Morreau. Using Situations to Reason about the Interpretation of Speech Events; R. Cooper. Simulative Inference in a Computational Model of Belief; A.N. Kaplan, L.K. Schubert. Indefinites as Epsilon Terms: A Labelled Deduction Account; W.M. Viol, et al. Dynamic Skolemization; L. Schubert. Semantically-based Ellipsis Resolution with Syntactic Presuppositions; J. Ginzburg. Presupposition Projection as Proof Construction; E. Krahmer, P. Piwek. Dynamic Discourse Referents for Tense and Modals; M. Stone, D. Hardt. Linking Theory and Lexical Ambiguity: The Case of Italian Motion Verbs; L. Dini, V. di Tomaso. A Disambiguation Approach for German Compounds with Deverbal Head; S. Reinhard.
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