Paper: Concurrent Parsing In Programmable Logic Array (Pla-)Nets Problems And Proposals

ACL ID P84-1032
Title Concurrent Parsing In Programmable Logic Array (Pla-)Nets Problems And Proposals
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1984
Authors

Construction would in principle provide higher descriptive adequacy in computationally based linguistics. After all, our heads do not apply programs on stored symbol arrays but are appropriately wired for understanding or producing language. Introductor~ Remarks i. For me, computational linguistics is not primarily a technical discipline implementing performance processes for independently defined formal structures of linguistic competence. Computational linguistics should be a foundational discipline: It should be related to processoriented linguistics as the theory of logical calculi is to formal linguistics (e.g. generative linguistics, Montague-grammars etc.). 2. As it stands, computational linguistics does not yet meet the requirements for a foundational discipline. Searle's arguments...