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Hybrid modes in cooperating distributed grammar systems: internal versus external hybridization

H. Fernau, M. Holzer, R. Freund
2001 Theoretical Computer Science  
We introduce several internally hybrid derivation modes of cooperating distributed (CD) grammar systems.  ...  External hybridizations were investigated by Mitrana and P a un: for example, some components of a CD grammar system, when enabled, have to work as long as possible -they work in the so-called t-mode -  ...  accepting CD grammar systems with hybrid modes, while [7] stresses descriptional complexity issues.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(00)00022-0 fatcat:2s5tk6cbwze3pps6mhxjhbd4aa

Cooperating Distributed Grammar Systems of Finite Index Working in Hybrid Modes

Henning Fernau, Rudolf Freund, Markus Holzer
2014 Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science  
Secondly, we impose the finite index restriction on cooperating distributed grammar systems working in hybrid modes themselves, which leads us to new characterizations of programmed grammars of finite  ...  We study cooperating distributed grammar systems working in hybrid modes in connection with the finite index restriction in two different ways: firstly, we investigate cooperating distributed grammar systems  ...  Acknowledgements Most of the research of the first and last author was undertaken while being affiliated to Wilhelm-Schickard Institut für Informatik, Universität Tübingen, Sand 13, D-72076 Tübingen, Germany  ... 
doi:10.4204/eptcs.151.17 fatcat:r3i5gxn5gjclrlbekcyoslmywm

Introduction to this Special Issue

STEPHAN OEPEN, DAN FLICKINGER, HANS USZKOREIT, JUN-ICHI TSUJII
2000 Natural Language Engineering  
Research groups at Saarbrücken, CSLI Stanford and the University of Tokyo have worked on grammar development and processing systems that allow the use of hpsg-based processing in practical application  ...  processing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine translation applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The guest editors for this Special Issue are very grateful to authors and external reviewers, who have all demonstrated an outstanding degree of cooperativity,  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1351324900002333 fatcat:rvkoavtuibgx5nz2dp4ctkp5yy

Introduction to This Special Issue

Ronald L. Braithwaite, Jean J. Bonhomme, C. Debra Furr-Holden
2011 Journal of correctional health care  
Research groups at Saarbrücken, CSLI Stanford and the University of Tokyo have worked on grammar development and processing systems that allow the use of hpsg-based processing in practical application  ...  processing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine translation applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The guest editors for this Special Issue are very grateful to authors and external reviewers, who have all demonstrated an outstanding degree of cooperativity,  ... 
doi:10.1177/1078345811415968 pmid:22067115 fatcat:qtudsau6jfbplmdppo4yqx3dse

Introduction to This Special Issue

1994 Folia linguistica  
Research groups at Saarbrücken, CSLI Stanford and the University of Tokyo have worked on grammar development and processing systems that allow the use of hpsg-based processing in practical application  ...  processing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine translation applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The guest editors for this Special Issue are very grateful to authors and external reviewers, who have all demonstrated an outstanding degree of cooperativity,  ... 
doi:10.1515/flin.1994.28.1-2.1 fatcat:ebxvub6qebfgfbusnadyrfkxbi

An Introduction to this Special Issue

1993 Journal of Human Lactation  
Research groups at Saarbrücken, CSLI Stanford and the University of Tokyo have worked on grammar development and processing systems that allow the use of hpsg-based processing in practical application  ...  processing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine translation applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The guest editors for this Special Issue are very grateful to authors and external reviewers, who have all demonstrated an outstanding degree of cooperativity,  ... 
doi:10.1177/089033449300900301 fatcat:x4ejb2zzhfgploe7m4zhm6zkry

Introduction to this Special Issue

2000 The Plant Journal  
Research groups at Saarbrücken, CSLI Stanford and the University of Tokyo have worked on grammar development and processing systems that allow the use of hpsg-based processing in practical application  ...  processing techniques, many of them aiming for (often very complex) query processing, dialogue system, or machine translation applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The guest editors for this Special Issue are very grateful to authors and external reviewers, who have all demonstrated an outstanding degree of cooperativity,  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-313x.2000.00815.x fatcat:oadrw4ytprc7daez2aqn2fihji

Hybrid modes in cooperating distributed grammar systems: combining the t-mode with the modes ⩽k and =k

H. Fernau, M. Holzer, R. Freund
2003 Theoretical Computer Science  
We continue our research on hybrid derivation modes of cooperating distributed (CD) grammar systems started in (Fernau et al., Proc. 3rd Internat. Conf.  ...  Moreover, we show that additional external hybridization of this mode with, e.g., the =1-mode (or =2-mode, respectively) leads to a characterization of the context-free ordered languages (or the context-free  ...  Moreover, the authors are very grateful to an unknown referee for valuable comments on the ÿrst version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(02)00541-8 fatcat:juu2x7ubufe45oyw5otqqyohee

A hybrid formalism to parse Sign Languages [article]

Rémi Dubot, Christophe Collet
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Sign Language (SL) linguistic is dependent on the expensive task of annotating.  ...  The first enable the representation the structures one may want to annotate, the second aims at fulfilling the holes of the first.  ...  The formalism and the parser can manage models of dependency grammars much more complex than one presented above. The formalism and the parser do not represent uncertainty.  ... 
arXiv:1403.4467v2 fatcat:5i47zfdsinac5khcq6w55fk7um

Frontex real-time news event extraction framework

Jakub Piskorski, Martin Atkinson
2011 Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge discovery and data mining - KDD '11  
In particular, a hybrid event extraction system has been constructed, which is applied to the stream of news articles continuously gathered and pre-processed by the Europe Media Monitor-a large-scale multilingual  ...  The framework consists also of an earth browser, in which events are visualized and an event moderation tool, which allows to access the database of automatically extracted event descriptions and to clean  ...  Frontex -the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union In the context of mining news in different language it  ... 
doi:10.1145/2020408.2020527 dblp:conf/kdd/PiskorskiA11 fatcat:22zfqqhwxjgljotqmwqthdsapu

Formalized analysis of structural characteristics of large complex systems

H. Tianfield
2001 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
His research interests include the solution of problems of large complex systems (LCS) by means of the synergy of distributed and artificial intelligence, formalization, software engineering, cybernetics  ...  Index Terms-Autonomous system, block diagram based model, distributed system, grammar based model, large complex system, macrostructural modelization, nested system, nesting, perception-decision link,  ...  It is necessary to note that as a result of multiple gradation in time drivers, the hybrid dynamics in LCS is much more complex than what is currently studied under the topic of hybrid dynamic systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/3468.983413 fatcat:g5wdfexocbeivn4vrkialjffau

An Observed Model Approach for Testing GUI Model Driven Interface in Water-Flow Model

Charusheela VasantraoTorawane, K.Poonkavithai K.Poonkavithai
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
A set of use cases with high-level descriptions is also given to the testers. The tester executes these high-level steps by using GUI widgets on which events can be performed.  ...  The new result confirms that testing water flow method based web service in the phase of such changes is very difficult and one of the PRT-enriched techniques will overcome the challenge.  ...  as finite state machines and labeled transition systems, grammar graphs.  ... 
doi:10.5120/20336-2556 fatcat:qv4drw7h5vdh3lip4ntkcg4fhm

A Multi Agent-based Service Framework for Supply Chain Management

Kamalendu Pal, Bill Karakostas
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
Supply chain coordination has emerged as one of the major areas for companies to gain a competitive edge in a globalized world.  ...  The information used in CMPS is used in two forms: business service rules and service description cases.  ...  Each approach focuses on enriching some aspects of the traditional supply chain information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.05.397 fatcat:gneiuo2uqzhi3ocmzqem2cpu5e

Evaluation System for Online Terminological Databases

Dóra Mária Tamás, Eszter Sermann
2019 Terminologija  
A b S T r Ac T This paper attempts to create an extensive classification and evaluation system to offer objective viewpoints for the comprehension, description, classification, evaluation and review of  ...  The research is based on previous international and Hungarian literature, the study of several online examples, of existing partial classifications and our previous research.  ...  file or even the server based termbases, a description of the steps to create these, the analysis thereof and the description of complex terminology management systems (Arntz et al. 2014; Bowker 2015  ... 
doi:10.35321/term26-02 fatcat:36gijfby7ffrxmbjre4olh6u3a

Modeling Concurrency and Reconfiguration in Vehicular Systems: A π-calculus Approach [article]

Joseph Campbell, Cumhur Erkan Tuncali, Theodore P. Pavlic, Georgios Fainekos
2016 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we propose a modeling framework where communication and system reconfiguration is modeled through π-calculus expressions while the closed-loop control systems are modeled through hybrid automata  ...  This raises an important question of how systems without the aforementioned limiting assumptions can be modeled, analyzed and certified for safe operation by both industry and governmental agencies.  ...  This framework allows for the effective modeling of both high-level decision-making protocols and low-level vehicle dynamics, laying the groundwork for future verification of these systems.  ... 
arXiv:1604.02122v1 fatcat:muu4ueb3bral5e6a43gyzb4234
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