Paper: From Hope En L'Esperance On The Role Of Computational Neurolinguistics In Cross-Language Studies

ACL ID P84-1092
Title From Hope En L'Esperance On The Role Of Computational Neurolinguistics In Cross-Language Studies
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1984
Authors

Computational neurolinguistics (CN) is an approach to computational linguistics which in- cludes neurally-motivated constraints in the design of models of natural language processing. Furthermore, the knowledge representations in- cluded in such models must be supported with documented behaviorial ev~ce, normal and patho- logical. This paper will discuss the contribution of CN models to ~the understanding of linguistic "competence" within recent research efforts to adapt HOPE (Gigley 1981; 1982a; 1982b; 1982c; 1983a), an implemented CN model for "under- standing" English to I'ESPERANCE, one which "un- derstands" French.