Paper: Movement In Active Production Networks

ACL ID P85-1020
Title Movement In Active Production Networks
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1985

We describe how movement is handled in a class of computational devices called active production networks (APNs). The APN model is a parallel, activation-basod framework that ha= been applied to other aspects of natural language processing. The model is briefly defined, the notation and mechanism for movement is explained, and then several examples are given which illustrate how various conditions on movement can naturally be explained in terms of limitations of the APN device.