Paper: Disambiguating Verbs With Multiple Meaning In The MT-System Of IBM Germany

ACL ID C69-3101
Title Disambiguating Verbs With Multiple Meaning In The MT-System Of IBM Germany
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1969
Authors

nouns and concrete nouns. (In praxi, however, the sequence of subroutines may not always be as simple as that). Similarly, we can distinguish between transitive, reflexive and intransitive verbs, only after having established the category of verbs in general, i.e. after the solution of homographs like: PLACE noun PLACE verb CHANGE noun CHANGE verb Although the disambiguation of syntactic homographs is by no means a trivial task, we shall not go into further details about its actual realisation. For the following discussion we shall therefore presume, that occurring syntactic homographs have been solved. 2.0 The Problem Consider the following sentence pairs: lie) The company has increased the production. (Ib) The production has increased rapidly. (2a) Register 3 returned the value unchanged...