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Research


Series edited by Johan Bos


Computational semantics is a relatively new interdisciplinary area in natural language processing, focusing on developing techniques to automate the semantic interpretation of spoken and written human language. It is an exciting area of research combining linguistic insight, logical reasoning, and knowledge engineering using both symbolic and statistical techniques to achieve robust and scalable methods for processing human languages. The series aims to cover all aspects of computational semantics.

Volume 1:

Semantics in Text Processing
STEP 2008 Conference Proceedings

Johan Bos and Rodolfo Delmonte, editors

978-1-904987-93-2

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