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The LOLITA User-Definable Template Interface

Katarina Ko�melj
2001 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
The LOLITA user-definable templates interface allows the user to define new templates using sentences in natural language text with a few restrictions and formal elements.  ...  The performance of the interface is evaluated comparing the results with those produced by pre-defined financial templates produced by the LOLITA System. ExtractionNeed.  ...  The LOLITA System LOLITA (Large-scale Object-based Linguistic Interactor Translator and Analyser) has been designed as a general purpose natural language processing system and has been under development  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.2001.01.05 fatcat:lbuvs72rz5gpvlybcffalsudvm

Experiences in teaching large scale functional programming [chapter]

Stephen A. Jarvis, Sanjay Poria, Rick G. Morgan
1995 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The LOLITA (Large-scale Ob ject-based Linguistic Interactor Translator and Analyser) system [2] is a state of the art natural language processing system, able to grammatically parse, semantically and pragmatically  ...  LOLITA is a large scale natural processing system written in the functional language Haskell. It consists of over 47,000 lines of code written over 180 dierent modules.  ...  Acknowledgements Our thanks to Dave Nettleton and Paul Callaghan for reading earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-60675-0_41 fatcat:bbc735crifajteemo4vimbo2iy

Processing Natural Language Requirement to Extract Basic Elements of a Class

Poonam R.Kothari
2012 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
NLPC (Natural language Processing for Class) applies natural language processing (NLP) methods to analyze the given input.  ...  This paper presents the efficient way to obtain basic elements of a class diagram from natural language (NL) requirements.  ...  [11] proposes a NLP system, LOLITA to generate an object model automatically from natural language requirement.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais12-450596 fatcat:l7yjiiv3zzfvnjtbv5oktpnuj4

From user requirements to UML class diagram [article]

Hatem Herchi, Wahiba Ben Abdessalem
2012 arXiv   pre-print
This paper proposes an approach to facilitate class diagram extraction from textual requirements using NLP techniques and domain ontology.  ...  Modeling class Diagram must be performed frequently, even during the development of a simple application.  ...  [5] proposed a natural language processing tool named LOLITA (Large-scale Object-based Language Interactor, translator and Analyser).  ... 
arXiv:1211.0713v1 fatcat:2tktkcho7zf3vjjsnrvkv34aoe

University of Durham

Richard Morgan, Roberto Garigliano, Paul Callaghan, Sanjay Poria, Mark Smith, Chris Cooper
1995 Proceedings of the 6th conference on Message understanding - MUC6 '95  
This is followed by an overall view of the system 's performance and some conclusions .  ...  considers th e performance of this system on the final evaluation set .  ...  BACKGROUN D The LOLITA (Large-scale, Object-based, Linguistic Interactor, Translator, and Analyser) system is designed as a general purpose Natural Language Processing (NLP) system and has been under development  ... 
doi:10.3115/1072399.1072408 dblp:conf/muc/MorganGCPSC95 fatcat:ymtdvzvfjzephnmqnd5zkoo44u

Algorithm + strategy = parallelism

P. W. TRINDER, K. HAMMOND, H.-W. LOIDL, S. L. PEYTON JONES
1998 Journal of functional programming  
The largest application we h a ve studied to date, Lolita, is a 60,000 line natural language parser.  ...  The process of writing large parallel programs is complicated by the need to specify both the parallel behaviour of the program and the algorithm that is to be used to compute its result.  ...  , and a pipelined natural-language processor, Lolita.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0956796897002967 fatcat:zui4m2kkdzb6neqn2erc7ihu4m

Markov Logics Based Automated Business Requirements Analysis

Imran S. Bajwa
2010 International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering  
Results of analyzing the natural language text using Markov Logic has been presented in the next paper.  ...  Various scientists have investigated applicability of the natural language based interfacing for business/software requirement analysis.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work is part of the research project of NLP based Software Modeling undertaken by the Information Processing Research Group (IPRG). I am also thankful to Dr. Irfan Hayder and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcee.2010.v2.181 fatcat:jjw4ku4vsjh7zim7632wp6f6xy

Modern Classic in the Web Environment: Narrative Variations of V. Nabokov's Lolita in Fanfiction

Anastasiia Drozdova, Vladimir Petrov
2020 Acta Universitatis Sapientiae: Film and Media Studies  
The article's hypothesis is that due to the existence of English and Russian versions of Lolita, fan texts in both corpora differ in the choice of linguistic means, but use similar narrative structures  ...  AbstractThe main focus of this paper is on the narrative strategy used by fan writers in the process of interpretation of a modern classic.  ...  The distinctive feature of the lost episodes is their emphasized static nature and, obviously, orientation towards the language of visual arts (music video) and advertising.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ausfm-2020-0005 fatcat:fazju7332reaflgi227opfwhly

Generating UML Diagrams from Natural Language Specifications

Priyanka More, Rashmi Phalnikar
2012 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
The evaluation of RAPID system is in the process and will be conducted through two forms of evaluation, experimental and expert evaluation. General Terms Software Engineering  ...  The process of generating UML Diagrams from natural language specification is a highly challenging task.  ...  diagram and Design class model from natural language requirements using efficient Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais12-450222 fatcat:mjsjwce5tfelbjcysd2dndme54

Realization of natural language interfaces using lazy functional programming

Richard A. Frost
2006 ACM Computing Surveys  
THE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING NATURAL-LANGUAGE INTERFACES (NLIS) Natural-language interfaces are found in many applications e.g. database-query and information-retrieval systems, language-translation systems  ...  Their work appears to have been prompted by recognition of the similarities between some theories that have been proposed for natural-language processing and the theories on which LFP is based, and also  ...  -A significantly extended version of the combinators of Frost and Launchbury was used in an early implementation of the LOLITA natural-language processing system [Garigliano et al. 1992] which is described  ... 
doi:10.1145/1177352.1177353 fatcat:6i7z77bfqrfihctj6ee2xh4km4

Requirements for tools for ambiguity identification and measurement in natural language requirements specifications

Nadzeya Kiyavitskaya, Nicola Zeni, Luisa Mich, Daniel M. Berry
2008 Requirements Engineering  
The paper describes two requirements-identification case studies with one small NL RS using a prototype of the first tool based on an existing NL processing system and a manual simulation of the second  ...  This paper proposes a two-step approach to identifying ambiguities in natural language (NL) requirements specifications (RSs).  ...  Acknowledgments Daniel Berry's work is sponsored in part by Canadian Grant NSERC-RGPIN227055-00 and in part by the Department of Computer and Management Sciences, University of Trento, Italy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-008-0063-7 fatcat:f24r4mbmvbbhnehhdbwrl3fhou

Page 1691 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 27, Issue 3 [page]

1993 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
planning, comprehension strategy development; 9305998 LOLITA/computerized teaching tool, natural language parser, Span- ish as a second ‘language instruction; 9307026 natural language generation, logical-form  ...  equivalence problem/ solutions; 9307066 natural language generation, source data choice consequences; 307054 natural language processing, machine learning methods application, data compression technique  ... 

Chapter 3. "Cinemizing" as Translation: Nabokov's Screenplay of Lolita and Stanley Kubrick's and Adrian Lyne's Cinematic Versions [chapter]

2019 The Translator's Doubts  
James writes: "Language is essential to Lolita, and Mr.  ...  film as language and the "grammar" of this "language."  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781618117038-005 fatcat:t3rg5tgr7fbodezc4zogp7xvne

Natural Language Processing of Patents and Technical Documentation [chapter]

Gaetano Cascini, Alessandro Fantechi, Emilio Spinicci
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Natural Language Processing techniques for text-mining and information retrieval are finding application in the analysis of many kinds of documentation, from technical documentation to World Wide Web.  ...  The same technique has been properly tailored and applied to the analysis of software requirements documents.  ...  Syntactical evaluation exploits syntactical analyzers to detect sentences having different interpretations, as in the case of tools LOLITA [18, 17] and Circe-Cico [1, 2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-28640-0_48 fatcat:otzwxlb6hvhtdhzbbqnckia3ci

Profiling large-scale lazy functional programs

R. G. MORGAN, S. A. JARVIS
1998 Journal of functional programming  
The LOLITA natural language processor is an example of one of the ever-increasing number of large-scale systems written entirely in a functional programming language.  ...  Capsule Review Lazy functional languages provide good control over what is evaluated, but less control over the final time and space behaviour of a program.  ...  One large programming project which has made considerable use of these profiling tools is the LOLITA natural language processing system at the University of Durham.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0956796898003013 fatcat:yzagv6ucofgtvag2jzpsmzm2sm
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