TINLAP-2: Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing-2 : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, July 25-27, 1978

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ACM, 1978 - Computational linguistics - 253 pages
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Contents

Language Representation and Psychology
1
What Makes Something Ad Hoc
8
The Relation of Grammar to Cognitiona Synopsis
14
On Primitives Prototypes and Other Semantic Anomalies
25
Language and Perception
32
Taxonomic Lattice Structures for Situation Recognition
33
Language Representation and Reference
42
The Processing of Referring Expressions within a Semantic Network
51
A Framework for Comparing Language Experiences with particular emphasis
133
Intentionality and Human Conversations
141
On the Interdependence of Language and Perception
149
VisionLanguage Interface
155
An Argument on the Composition of Conceptual Structure
162
What Has Language to Do with Perception? Some Speculations on the Lingus Mentis
172
Semantic Primitives in Language and Vision
180
With Spoon in Hand this Must Be the Eating Frame
187

Reference Diaries
57
Syntactic and Rhetorical Constraints
64
Andrew Or tony
73
Bound Variables and Other Anaphors
79
The Use of Focus as a Tool for Disambiguation of Definite Noun Phrases
86
Speech Acts and Dialogue
96
Topic Levels
104
Assent and Compliance in Childrens Language Comprehension
115
Speech Acts as a Basis for Understanding Dialogue Coherence
125
Fragments of a Theory of Human Plausible Reasoning
194
Indirect Responses to Loaded Questions
202
On Reasoning by Default
210
PathBased and NodeBased Inference in Semantic Networks
219
When What Might Have Been Left
226
Computational Models as a Vehicle for Theoretical Linguistics
232
Remarks on Processing Constraints and the Lexicon
247
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