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Computer Science Study Keys
(Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 1991)
Methods for deciding what to do next and learning
(University of Georgia, 1992-09-14)
GULP 3.1: An extension of Prolog for unification-based grammar
(University of Georgia, 1994-07)
This paper documents GULP 3.1, a simple extension to Prolog that facilitates implementation of unification-based grammars (UBGs) by adding a notation for feature structures. For example, a:b..c:d denotes a feature structure ...
A dependency parser for variable-word-order languages
(University of Georgia, 1990-01-02)
An implementation of plurality in discourse representation theory
(University of Georgia, 1994)
Covington, Nute, Schmitz, and Goodman (1988) wrote a program which takes natural language sentences as input, represents them using Discourse Representation Structures, then translates the structures into Prolog clauses. The ...
Defaults in domain theory
(University of Georgia, 1994-12-07)
This paper uses ideas from artificial intelligence to show how default notions can be defined over Scott domains. We combine these ideas with ideas arising in domain theory to shed some light on the properties of ...
An inheritance-based lexicon formalism
(University of Georgia, 1994-06)
This paper describes a lexicon formalism (IBL for inheritance-based lexicon) that uses multiple default inheritance to state generalizations and exceptions in a natural and efficient way. The formalism is inspired by the ...
The enhancement of a dependency parser for Latin
(University of Georgia, 1993)
Handling constrained clauses in discourse representation theory
(University of Georgia, 1990-08-08)
Tense and conditionals
(University of Georgia, 1991)