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Reversible Grammar in Natural Language Processing
Lexical Semantics and Knowledge Representation

Reversible Grammar in Natural Language Processing

W91-0100: Front Matter

W91-0101: Martin Kay
MONOTONICITY, HEADEDNESS, AND REVERSIBLE GRAMMAR

W91-0102: Palmira Marrafa; Patrick Saint-Dizier
Reversibility in a Constraint and Type based Logic Grammar: Application to Secondary Predication

W91-0103: Gertjan van Noord
Towards Uniform Processing of Constraint-based Categorial Grammars

W91-0104: Marc Dymetman
Inherently Reversible Grammars, Logic Programming and Computability

W91-0105: Gunter Neumann
REVERSIBILITY AND MODULARITY IN NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION

W91-0106: David D. McDonald
REVERSIBLE NLP BY DERIVING THE GRAMMARS FROM THE KNOWLEDGE BASE

W91-0107: Lee Fedder
SYNTACTIC CHOICE IN LANGUAGE GENERATION

W91-0108: Henry S. Thompson
GENERATION AND TRANSLATION TOWARDS A FORMALISM-INDEPENDENT CHARACTERISATION

W91-0109: James Barnett; Inderjeet Mani; Paul Martin; Elaine Rich
REVERSIBLE MACHINE TRANSLATION: WHAT TO DO WHEN THE LANGUAGES DON'T LINE UP

W91-0110: Remi Zajac
A Uniform Architecture for Parsing, Generation and Transfer

W91-0111: HASIDA. Koiti
COMMON HEURISTICS FOR PARSING, GENERATION, AND WHATEVER...

W91-0112: Tomek Strzalkowski
A GENERAL COMPUTATIONAL METHOD FOR GRAMMAR INVERSION

W91-0113: Hans Ulrich Block
COMPILING TRACE & UNIFICATION GRAMMAR FOR PARSING AND GENERATION

W91-0114: James Barnett; Inderjeet Mani
SHARED PREFERENCES

W91-0115: Masato Ishizaki
Handling Pragmatic Information With A Reversible Architecture

W91-0116: Tim F. O'Donoghue
A: SEMANTIC INTERPRETER FOR SYSTEMIC GRAMMARS

W91-0117:
Author Index

Lexical Semantics and Knowledge Representation

W91-0200: Front Matter

W91-0201: Richmond H. Thomason
Knowledge representation and knowledge of words

W91-0202: Sergei Nirenburg; Lori Levin
Syntax-Driven and Ontology-Driven Lexical Semantics

W91-0203: lngrid Meyer
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR TERMINOLOGY-INTENSIVE APPLICATIONS: NEEDS AND TOOLS

W91-0204: Stephen Helmreich
Interpretation without Semantics

W91-0205: John F. Sowa
Logical Structures in the Lexicon

W91-0206: James H. Martin
Conventional Metaphor and the Lexicon

W91-0207: Gerrit Burkert; Peter Forster
Representation of Semantic Knowledge with Term Subsumption Languages

W91-0208: Nicholas Ostler; B.T.S. Atkins
Predictable Meaning Shift: Some Linguistic Properties of Lexical Implication Rules

W91-0209: Ann Copestake; Ted Briscoe
Lexical Operations in a Unification-based Framework

W91-0210: Peter Anick; Sabine Bergler
Lexical Structures for Linguistic Inference

W91-0211: Willem Meijs; Piek Vossen
IN SO MANY WORDS KNOWLEDGE AS A LEXICAL PHENOMENON

W91-0212: Melissa Macpherson
Redefining the "Level" of the "Word"

W91-0213: John S. White
Lexical and World Knowledge: Theoretical and Applied Viewpoints

W91-0214: Michael Herweg
Aspectual Requirements of Temporal Connectives: Evidence For A Two-Level Approach to Semantics

W91-0215: Peter Gerstl
A model for the interaction of lexical and non-lexical knowledge in the determination of word meaning

W91-0216: Maxtha Evens; Joanne Dardaine; Yu-Fen Huang; Sun M. Li; Judith Markowitz; Frank Rinaldo; Margi Rinaldo; Robert Strutz
For the Lexicon That Has Everything

W91-0217: Nicoletta Calzolari
Acquiring and representing semantic information in a Lexical Knowledge Base

W91-0218: Martha Palmer
General Lexical Representation for an Effect Predicate

W91-0219: Tomoymhi MATSUKAWA; Eiji YOKOTA
Development of the Concept Dictionary Implementation of Lexical Knowledge

W91-0220: Robert E. Mercer
Presuppositions and Default Reasoning: A Study in Lexical Pragmatics

W91-0221: Boyan A. Onyshkevych
Lexicon, Ontology and Text Meaning

W91-0222: Bonnie J. Dorr
A Two-Level Knowledge Representation for Machine Translation: Lexical Semantics and Tense/Aspect

W91-0223: Kathleen Dahlgren
The Autonomy of Shallow Lexical Knowledge

W91-0224:
Author Index