Hybrid Semantic Analysis
This article is focused on the problem of meaning recognition in written utterances. The goal is to find a computer algorithm capable to construct the meaning description of a given utterance. An original system for meaning recognition is described in this paper. The key idea of the system is the hybrid combination of expert and machine-learning approaches to meaning recognition. The system utilizes a novel algorithm for semantic parsing. The algorithm is based upon extended context-free grammars. The grammars are automatically inferred from the data.
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