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Computational semantics

Jens Erik Fenstad

Computational semantics

steps towards "intelligent" text processing

by Jens Erik Fenstad

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Published by University of Oslo, Department of Mathematics in Oslo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJens Erik Fenstad and Jan Tore L©ınning.
SeriesComputational semantics : COSMOS-report -- 15, Computational semantics -- 15.
ContributionsL©ınning, Jan Tore., Universitetet i Oslo. Department of Mathematics.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13940923M

  The contributors to this book–leading researchers in theoretical and computational linguistics–consider the implications of these problems for grammatical theory and how they may be addressed by computational means. The theoretical essays in the book examine polysemy as an aspect of a broader theory of word meaning. Books shelved as semantics: Language in Thought and Action by S.I. Hayakawa, Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General.

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Charniak, JuneElsevier Science edition, Textbook BindingPages: 1. Computational linguistics. Natural language processing (Computer science) I. Clark, Alexander (Alexander Simon) II. Fox, Chris, – III. Lappin, Shalom. PH –dc22 A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library.

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We implement beta-conversion, the computational core of the lambda calculus, and then integrate it into the grammatical architecture that will be used throughout the book.

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written by two leading researchers and of interest to students and researchers in formal semantics, computational linguistics, logic, artificial intelligence, and the philosophy of language Reviews "The book is a must reading for any semanticist who has ever asked herself what intensions actually are.".

Computational Semantics CSN Christopher Manning (Borrows some slides from Mary Dalrymple, Jason Eisner, and Jim Martin). Computational Semantics. Dr Chris Fox. Reader Senior Research Officer Visiting Researcher. University of Essex, UK. Search for more papers by this author Search for more papers by this author.

Book Editor(s): Alexander Clark PhD. member Lecturer. Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. Search for more papers by this author.

Dr Chris Fox.As one of the earliest users of the phrase Computational Semantics, I feel a certain historical disappointment about the way the term has come to be used for much work having no relation to computation at book long ago with that title (Charniak and Wilks ) included such bizarre items as my tutorial on the work of Wittgenstein and Montague and their possible relevance to by: 2.