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Page 541 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

1993 Computational Linguistics  
This is an especially unsatisfactory situation in an NLP system where, as a number of papers in the book argue, the knowledge representation needs to be ‘linguistically responsible.’  ...  general and LILOG in particular.  ... 

Page 135 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 15, Issue 2 [page]

1989 Computational Linguistics  
representation in that we will have a clearer insight as to which elements constitute the core message of a sentence.  ...  The model comprised by these principles suggests domain-specific knowledge be organized in nested packets of knowledge elements.  ... 

Page 772 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 27, Issue 2 [page]

1993 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
Peter Lang, 1990, pp 21-40, ISBN 3-631-40737-8, ISSN 0934-3709. 1 A knowledge representation language L-LILOG, currently being de- signed as part of a computational text-reading project, is described.  ...  Based on a many-sorted first-order predicate calculus, L-LILOG is in- tended to describe domain-specific & -independent world knowledge.  ... 

Portability of Natural Language Systems [chapter]

Peter Bosch
1991 Verteilte Künstliche Intelligenz und kooperatives Arbeiten  
In this paper I want to make a small contribution to help the non-specialist, including colleagues from neighbouring disciplines, to understand where we stand in the machine processing of natural language  ...  The fact of the matter rather is that the functioning of natural language is a good deal more complicated than is generally appreciated.  ...  a logical knowledge representation language (L LILOG ) is produced and put into the text memory.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-76980-1_37 dblp:conf/wi/Bosch91 fatcat:6loatlgtrzdv3k7gbibptslyge

Page 321 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 1 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
A brief outline of the practical experi- ence in reusing the LILOG-KB in a business environment is provided.  ...  INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS that has been done in the artificial intelligence field of knowl- edge representation. 2417. Petitot, Jean.  ... 

Page 22 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 20, Issue 1 [page]

1994 Computational Linguistics  
Knowledge of Language, Its Nature, Origins and Use. Volume 20, Number 1 Praeger. Chomsky, Noam (1988). Some Notes on Economy of Derivation and Representation. ms.  ...  In Proceedings, 6th European Meeting of the Asssociation for Computational Linguistics. Utrecht, Holland. Bresnan, Joan (1982). The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations. MIT Press.  ... 

Combining spatial and terminological reasoning [chapter]

Volker Haarslev, Ralf Möller, Carsten Schröder
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In contrast to existing work, which mainly focusses on reasoning about qualitative spatial relations, we integrate quantitative information with conceptual or terminological reasoning by the use of "generative  ...  The paper presents a method for terminological reasoning about spatial objects on the basis of a KL-ONE-like framework (LOOM).  ...  In LILOG, the spatial (depictional) representation system is not used for object classfication.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58467-6_13 fatcat:d7ccdb3eqfhxjgsyrz53ythibq

Page 217 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 18, Issue 2 [page]

1992 Computational Linguistics  
“An episodic knowledge representation for narrative texts.” In Proceedings, First International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, 444-458.  ...  In Proceedings, Seventh Biennial Conference of the CSCSI/SCEIO, 14-21. Mercer, Robert E., and Reiter, Raymond (1982). “The representation of presuppositions using defaults.”  ... 

Page 3953 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 91G [page]

1991 Mathematical Reviews  
Nebel and Gert Smolka, Representation and reasoning with attributive descriptions (pp. 112-139); Udo Pletat and Kai von Luck, Knowledge representation in LILOG (pp. 140-164); K.  ...  The efficiency of a routing scheme is measured in terms of its stretch factor— the maximum ratio between the cost of a route computed by the scheme and that of a cheapest path connecting the same pair  ... 

Page 440 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 17, Issue 4 [page]

1991 Computational Linguistics  
“Lexical knowledge representation and natural language processing.” In IBM Journal of Research and Development, 45:4. Roberts, R. B., and Goldstein, (1977).  ...  “Dictionaries of the mind.” In Proceedings, 23rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Chicago, IL. Miller, G. A., and Fellbaum, C. (1991). “Semantic networks of English.”  ... 

A Model Elimination Calculus for Generalized Clauses

Toni Bollinger
1991 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
Generalized clauses differ from (ordinary) clauses by allowing conjunctions of literals in the role of (ordinary) literals, i.e. they are disjunctions of conjunctions of simple literals.  ...  Using these lemmas it is possible to avoid multiple proofs of the premises of implications with conjunctive conclusions.  ...  GME has proven to be very useful, given the nature of the application domain, in which a majority of the rules written in the knowledge representation language LLILOG HAD conjunctive conclusions.  ... 
dblp:conf/ijcai/Bollinger91 fatcat:q3lhxgt3cnhypoetb4jbhmai6m

Knowledge packets and knowledge packet structures [chapter]

Ipke Wachsmuth, Barbara Gängler
1991 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
One of the most challenging tasks in knowledge representation for text-understanding systems is the development of large-scale knowledge bases containing semantic background knowledge.  ...  In particular, the authors were involved in constructing the background rule knowledge base for the Düsseldorf tourist guide domain realized in the second LILOG experimental environment, LEU/2.  ...  It has been the subject of debate whether domain-specific inference rules should be part of the LILOG inference engine or should be kept in the domain knowledge base.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-54594-8_70 fatcat:d6sld4mauza2rebsljhqlavbxm

The Theoretical Status of Ontologies in Natural Language Processing [article]

John A. Bateman
1997 arXiv   pre-print
This paper discusses the use of 'ontologies' in Natural Language Processing.  ...  Particular focus is then placed on experiences gained in the use of the Upper Model, a linguistically-motivated 'ontology' originally designed for use with the Penman text generation system.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper is based on the work of the natural language group at ISI, including over the years the input of Bill (TU Berlin; February 1992) have also helped the development of the  ... 
arXiv:cmp-lg/9704010v1 fatcat:vd26u7qjhvdmnkki6srwusblw4

Page 1518 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 29, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
Payro’s El casamiento de Laucha (Laucha’s Marriage) discourse analysis; 9506458 social action representation in discourse, Australian newspaper story; 9505655 social-psychological research, natural language  ...  Faulkner data; 9505728 Weinrich, H., Textgrammatik der deutschen Sprache (Text Grammar of the German Language) reviewed; 9505681 written application letters as persuasive discourse, linguistic/ sociopragmatic  ... 

Page 4528 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 91H [page]

1991 Mathematical Reviews  
LILOG project—from the first to the second prototype (pp. 26-49); Peter Bosch, Indexicality and representation (pp. 50-61); Osten Dahl, Contextualization and de-contextualization (pp. 62-69); Jens Erik  ...  of consistency of sophisticated knowledge representation languages (pp. 168-190); Christian Rohrer, Unification based ma- chine translation (pp. 191-205); Peter H.  ... 
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