Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft

Band 6:
Schmitz, Ulrich / Schütz, Rüdiger / Kunz, Andreas (Hrsg.): Linguistic Approaches to Artificial Intelligence. 564 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Bern / New York / Paris / Wien: Lang, 1990.
ISBN: 3-631-40737-8
Dieser Band ist im IDS verfügbar:
[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. ME 1039

Lately some important scientific innovations have come from dialogues and discussions between human sciences and the more technically oriented fields of research. This especially applies to the border area of linguistics and artificial intelligence research work. The book gives a representative insight into the state-of-the-art. Still there are very few common ideas between linguistic interests and the challenges of artificial intelligence. Nevertheless numerous communications between linguistic, cognitive, psychological approaches and those of the computer sciences, as well as further single aspects come into sight.
The contributions deal with problems belonging to the fields of psycholinguistics, discourse analysis, text linguistics and semantics, semantic representation, knowledge representation and knowledge acquisition, unification theory and unification grammar, construction of parsers and grammar theory, natural language processing, speech analysis and text generating systems, machine translation and the differences between man-man and man-machine communication.


Preface S. I
Bień, Janusz S.:
  Towards Displacement Model of Memory S. 1
Bollinger, Toni / Hedtstück , Ulrich / Rollinger, Claus-Rainer / Studer, Rudi:
  Text Understanding in LILOG S. 21
Grishman, Ralph:
  Domain Modeling for Language Analysis S. 41
von Hahn, Walter:
  Analysis and Generation of Discourse S. 59
Hajičová, Eva:
  Automatic Compilation of a Knowledge Base S. 71
Harada, Yasunari:
  On Describing Natural Languages in Unification Environments S. 83
Hoffman, Robert R.:
  What Is a Hill? Computing the Meanings of Topographic and Physiographic Terms S. 97
Krause, Jürgen:
  The Concepts of Sublanguage and Language Register in Natural Language Processing S. 129
Kunze, Jürgen:
  Semantic Representation as a Link between Parsing and Knowledge Representation S. 159
Monarch, Ira / Nirenburg, Sergei:
  ONTOS: An Ontology-Based Interactive Knowledge Acquisition System S. 183
Myers, Greg / Hartley, Tony:
  Modeling Lexical Cohesion and Focus in Written Texts: Popular Science Articles and the Naive Reader S. 201
Pustejovsky, James:
  Semantic Function and Lexical Decomposition S. 243
Reimer, Ulrich / Hahn, Udo:
  An Overview of the Text Understanding System TOPIC S. 305
Rösner, Dietmar:
  Text Generation in the Framework of the SEMSYN Project: Current Status, Future Prospects S. 321
Rothkegel, Annely:
  Knowledge Representation and Text Processing S. 331
Sgall, Petr:
  Meaning, Sense, and Contradiction S. 353
Siekmann, Jörg H.:
  Unification Theory S. 365
Slator, Brian M. / Wilks, Yorick A.:
  Towards Semantic Structures from Dictionary Entries S. 419
Somers, Harold:
  Subcategorization Frames and Predicate Types S. 461
Strube, Gerhard:
  Empirical Constraints for Modeling Human Language Processing: On-Line Analysis of Temporal Sentences S. 489
Tomita, Masaru:
  Parser Factory: The Universal Parser Compiler and Its Application to a Knowledge-Based Speech Translation System S. 515
Index S. 553
Authors and Editors S. 557