Generating Discourse Inferences from Unscoped Episodic Logical Formulas

WS 2019 Gene KimBenjamin KaneViet DuongMuskaan MendirattaGraeme McGuireSophie SacksteinGeorgiy PlatonovLenhart Schubert

Abstract Unscoped episodic logical form (ULF) is a semantic representation capturing the predicate-argument structure of English within the episodic logic formalism in relation to the syntactic structure, while leaving scope, word sense, and anaphora unresolved. We describe how ULF can be used to generate natural language inferences that are grounded in the semantic and syntactic structure through a small set of rules defined over interpretable predicates and transformations on ULFs... (read more)

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