Paper: A Metric For Computational Analysis Of Meaning: Toward An Applied Theory Of Linguistic Semantics

ACL ID C86-1079
Title A Metric For Computational Analysis Of Meaning: Toward An Applied Theory Of Linguistic Semantics
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1986
Authors

terms, rather than as the computer stores the data. (iv) In this sense, the D~MS acts as an interpreter for a hlgh-level programming language, ideally allowing the user to specify what most be done, with little or no attention on the user's part to the detailed algorithms or data representation used by the system. (v) However, in the case of a D]IMS, there may be far less relationship between the data as ~ by the user and as stored in the computer, than between, say, arrays as defined in a typical programming language and the representation of those arrays in memory. 338 3. I. The Word. The asmantic descriptions of the words are usually stored in the dictionary of an NLP system. ~e matym~ ~ t~ w~ level may be full ~ ~/al. The analysis i~ full if every word of the analyzed text is s~ppesed ...