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Paraphrastic Grammars Claire Gardent
 

Summary: Paraphrastic Grammars
Claire Gardent
CNRS-LORIA, Nancy
France
Claire.Gardent@loria.fr
Marilisa Amoia
Computational Linguistics
University of Saarbruecken
Germany
amoia@coli.uni-sb.de
Evelyne Jacquey
CNRS-ATILF, Nancy
France
Evelyne.Jacquey@atilf.fr
Abstract
Arguably, grammars which associate natural lan-
guage expressions not only with a syntactic but
also with a semantic representation, should do so in
a way that capture paraphrasing relations between
sentences whose core semantics are equivalent. Yet

  

Source: Amoia, Marilisa - Equipe Talaris, INRIA-Lorraine

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences