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by Kai-Uwe Carsrensen,Geoffrey Simmons,Ewald Lang

Author: Kai-Uwe Carsrensen,Geoffrey Simmons,Ewald Lang
Subcategory: Computer Science
Language: English
Publisher: Springer Verlag (April 1, 1991)
Category: Technologies and Computers
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Theory - Prototype - Integration. Authors: Lang, Ewald, Carstensen, Kai-Uwe, Simmons, Geoffrey. A linguistic approach to spatial knowledge.

Theory - Prototype - Integration. On the basis of a semantic analysis of dimension terms, this book develops a theory about knowledge of spatial objects, which is significant for cognitive linguistics and artificial intelligence.

by Ewald Lang, Kai-Uwe Carstensen, Geoffrey Simmons. by Ewald Lang, Kai-Uwe Carsrensen, Geoffrey Simmons. ISBN 9783540537182 (978-3-540-53718-2) Softcover, Springer, 1991. ISBN 9780387537184 (978-0-387-53718-4) Softcover, Springer Verlag, 1991.

481 Ewald Lang Kai-Uwe Carstensen Geoffrey Simmons. on a Linguistic Basis Theory - Prototype -Integration. Modelling Spatial Knowledge. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York London Paris Tokyo Hong Kong Barcelona. Preface The book develops a theory about knowledge of spatial objects, which is significant for cognitive linguistics and artificial intelligence, into a new approach to knowledge structure.

Personal Name: Simmons, Geoffrey, 1964-. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence. Uniform Title: Lecture notes in computer science ; 481. Uniform Title: Lecture notes in computer science.

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The Linguistic View of A Priori Knowledge. A modern theory of integration. Report "Modelling Spatial Knowledge on a Linguistic Basis: Theory - Prototype - Integration".

Range Minimum Queries and Applications. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Moni Naor Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. C. Pandu Rangan Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India. Bernhard Steffen TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany.

Linguistic models involve a body of meanings and a vocabulary to express meanings, as well as a mechanism to construct statements that can define new meanings based on the initial ones. This mechanism makes linguistic models unbounded compared to fact models. View chapter Purchase book.

On the basis of a semantic analysis of dimension terms, this book develops a theory about knowledge of spatial objects, which is significant for cognitive linguistics and artificial intelligence. This new approach to knowledge structure evolves in a three-step process: - adoption of the linguistic theory with its elements, principles and representational levels, - implementation of the latter in a Prolog prototype, and - integration of the prototype into a large natural language understanding system. The study documents interdisciplinary research at work: the model of spatial knowledge is the fruit of the cooperative efforts of linguists, computational linguists, and knowledge engineers, undertaken in that logical and chronological order. The book offers a two-level approach to semantic interpretation and proves that it works by means of a precise computer implementation, which in turn is applied to support a task-independent knowledge representation system. Each of these stages is described in detail, and the links are made explicit, thus retracing the evolution from theory to practice.