Paper: The Use Of Object-Speclflc Knowledte In Natural Language Processing

ACL ID P79-1013
Title The Use Of Object-Speclflc Knowledte In Natural Language Processing
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1979
Authors

An important side effect of the construction of this expectation is that a token for some water is created, which can be used by a slot-filling Inference later. The representation for "he could drink" Is partially described ~y an INGEST with an unspecified liquid in the OBJECT slot. A special request to look for the missing liquid Is set up ~y a demon on the act INGEST, similar to the one on the PTRANS in the previous example. This request finds the token for water placed In the short term mamory ~nen the expectation that someone would ATRANS control of some water was generated. • faucet* ~ (SOURCE with OUTPUT = *watere) III,. (possible enaOled action) HI ;i,1" "El ?HUMO ?HUMO <=> ATRANS