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1181
Dialog Structure and Plan Recognition in Spontaneous Spoken Dialog
Young, Sheryl R.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1993
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Proceedings of the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Ada Artificial Intelligence Working Group, 1992 Summer Workshop Held in Seattle, Washington on June 24-27, 1992
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1183
Methods for Parallelizing Search Paths in Phrasing
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1184
Dialog Structure and Plan Recognition in Spontaneous Spoken Dialog
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AMAR: A Computational Model of Autosegmental Phonology
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Comparative Experiments on Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition
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1187
Domain and Language Evaluation Results
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1188
Using Case-Based Reasoning in Natural Language Processing
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Abstract: A variety of problems addressed in natural language processing (NLP) make this area ripe for hybrid system designs and approaches based on multiple technologies. One particularly promising crossover is the application of case- based reasoning (CBR)to NLP. There are two important facts that make CBR an obvious candidate for innovative investigations in NLP. First, most decision processes in NLP are characterized by shades of grey and different ways of weighting preferences rather than black and white absolutes or right and wrong answers. This holds true for the lowest levels of lexical ambiguity as well as the highest levels of inference and reasoning. The affinity in language for relative preference rather than hard and fast absolutes is fully consistent with CBR capabilities that can produce multiple solutions and then assess each one in accordance with multiple dimensions for evaluation. Second, many aspects of NLP can be studied with the aid of large online text corpora. Full text databases are now being constructed using optical scanners and commercial OCR technologies at cost levels that make it possible for individual labs to customize their own online corpora. Access to large amounts of "real" language make it possible for NLP researchers to break out of the traditional linguistic paradigm of contrived examples in order to study language processing from a more seriously empirical perspective with relicable experiments and corpus-driven processing techniques. At the University of Massachusetts, we have demonstrated the utility of NLP research: lexical knowledge acquisition and content-based document classification. We will describe each of these research efforts in turn.
Keyword: *KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS; *NATURAL LANGUAGE; *OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION; *OPTICAL SCANNING; *PROCESSING; *REASONING; *TEXT PROCESSING; ABSOLUTES; ACQUISITION; CBR(CASE BASE REASONING); CLASSIFICATION; Computer Systems; CONTENT-BASED DOCUMENT CLASSIFICATION; DATA BASES; DECISION MAKING; DOCUMENTS; FULL TEXT; HYBRID SYSTEMS; INFERENCE; Information Science; LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION; LEXICOGRAPHY; Linguistics; ONLINE SYSTEMS; PREFERENCES; TEST AND EVALUATION
URL: http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA271850
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1189
Using conventional articulation tests with highly unintelligible children : identification and programming concerns
In: Language, speech and hearing services in schools. - Rockville, Md. : Assoc. 23 (1992) 1, 52-60
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1190
VHDL and Waves Descriptions for a Pseudo-Random Pattern Generator
Serafino, Karen M.; Dukes, Michael A.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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1191
An Evaluation Methodology for Natural Language Processing Systems
Neal, Jeannette G.; Feit, Elissa L.; Funke, Douglas J.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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A Practical Methodology for the Evaluation of Spoken Language Systems
Boisen, Sean; Bates, Madeleine. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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1193
Modelling music with grammars: formal language representation in the Bol Processor
In: Computer Representations and Models in Music ; https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00004506 ; Computer Representations and Models in Music, Academic Press, pp.207-238, 1992 (1992)
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1194
Diagnostic Theory of Information as a Testing Technique to Ascertain Spanish Reading Proficiency
In: Education and Human Development Master's Theses (1992)
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1195
Development of a Spoken Language System
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1196
An Evaluation Methodology for Natural Language Processing Systems
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VHDL and Waves Descriptions for a Pseudo-Random Pattern Generator
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Overview of the Fourth Message Understanding Evaluation and Conference
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1199
Natural Language Generation
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Talking to InterFIS: Adding Speech Input to a Natural Language Interface
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