Paper: Understanding Of Japanese In An Interactive Programming System

ACL ID P84-1079
Title Understanding Of Japanese In An Interactive Programming System
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1984
Authors

KIPS is an automatic programming system which generates standardized business application programs through interactive natural language dialogue. KIPS models the program under discussion and the content of the user's statements as organizations of dynamic objects in the object*oriented programming sense. This paper describes the statement*model and the program-model, their use in understanding Japanese program specifications, and bow they are shaped by the linguistic singularities of Japanese input sentences.