Paper: A Solution For The Problem Of Interactive Disambiguation

ACL ID C92-4198
Title A Solution For The Problem Of Interactive Disambiguation
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1992
  • Hervé Blanchon (Institute of Information and Applied Mathematics Grenoble, Grenoble France; University of Grenoble 1, Grenoble France)

After the experiences of dialogue based MT systems with ITS [91, N-Tran 16] mid KBMT-89 [5], the LIDIA project aims at the construction of a mock-up of a personal MT systeln for a monolingual user. One major aspect of rite 1.1DIA project is thus, the study of a dialogue of standardization and disambiguation between the system and the user so as to produce a high quality translation. This dialogue satisfies two properties: its questions are explicit, so no linguistic knowledge is required; its questions are monolingual, ~ no foreign language knowledge is needed. Here, we focus on one part of the di~mbigtmtion process: the disambiguation of the structure prtMuced by the analyser. The structure produced by our analyser is called MMC (Multisolution, Multilevel and Concrete). Multisolution mean...