Syntactic Analysis in Automatic Translation
U.S. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, 1961 - Machine translating - 1 pages
A method for the syntactic analysis of Russian sentences, applied to automatic translation, is divided into a morphological word-by-word phase and a syntactical sentence-by-sentence phase. An idealized canonical stem dictionary is presented, and its significant lexicographic properties are pointed out. This idealized dictionary then servesAS A BASIS FOR EVALUATING THE ACTUAL Harvard Automatic Dictionary. Aspects of morphological analysis of the Russian language and a series of programs written to carry it out are described. To explain the practical problems encountered in an experimental syntactic analysis program, of which a detailed description is given, a new model of natural language is introduced. (Author).
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AN IDEALIZED CANONICAL STEM DICTIONARY
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30-word item accusative adjectival adjective affix of order alternative arguments analyzer programs anomalous stem attributed argument class marker clause coding column component Continuous Dictionary Run ctoji desinence dictionary entry digm ee ee end wipe entry function vector errors essential formula example experimental dictionary factored formula cycles fulfilled functor grammatical Harvard Automatic Dictionary hindsight file homograph sets idealized dictionary incompatible indicate intersection Inverse Inflection Algorithm Lemma lexical attributes Mapping masculine morphological types natural language nested structure nominative nonessential notation noun complement noun phrase o o o o o o object prediction oooooo operation organized word output file plural predicate head prediction prediction pool predictive syntactic analysis preferred argument preposition complement proof Reduced Paradigm reference matrix relative pronoun Russian language segment sentence singular step strictly effective subroutines Table tested text word texthadic Theorem variable verb well-formed formula word 24