Towards Structural Natural Language Formalization: Mapping Discourse to Controlled Natural Language

7 Dec 2013Nicholas H. Kirk

The author describes a conceptual study towards mapping grounded natural language discourse representation structures to instances of controlled language statements. This can be achieved via a pipeline of preexisting state of the art technologies, namely natural language syntax to semantic discourse mapping, and a reduction of the latter to controlled language discourse, given a set of previously learnt reduction rules... (read more)

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