Visualizing Document Processing: Innovations in Communication Patterns and Textual Forms

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Walter de Gruyter, 2004 - Computers - 205 pages

The book aims to encourage multiple perspective reading attitudes, which are meant to trigger and inspire new ways of viewing and engineering information. An innovative linguistic theory as well as a new model for text generation and text understanding are illustrated. The linguistic theory, enhanced by a novel artificial intelligence-based approach, will help readers to acquire information engineering skills and may be implemented in the design of knowledge management systems.

 

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Contents

Looking at language and information
1
Physics of language
33
The communicative positioning program
65
texts
109
a markup language for annotating
155
The making of specialized knowledge through
171
Bibliography
193
Index
203
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Graziella Tonfoni is Professor of Computational Linguistics at Bologna University, Italy.

Lakhmi Jain is Professor of Knowledge-Based Engineering at the University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, Australia.

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