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linguistic context

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n linguistic context discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation
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Usage


In science:

For example, the generator may inspect the linguistic context to the left of the generated item for deciding between using a proper name, a de finite description, or a personal pronoun.
Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue
Linguistic applications are considered in §4, where grammars based on LG are shown to be context-free through use of an interpolation lemma.
Tableaux for the Lambek-Grishin calculus
This is supported by the distributional hypothesis from linguistics that theorises that words that occur in the same context tend to have similar meanings.
Document Clustering Evaluation: Divergence from a Random Baseline
Realization techniques of different granularity (canned text, templates, context-free grammars) allow the grammar writer to model general, linguistic knowledge as well as more specific task and domain-oriented wordings. (3) Processing speed.
A Flexible Shallow Approach to Text Generation
In this context, lexica have always played central role as major information structures for linguistic observations.
Stabilizing knowledge through standards - A perspective for the humanities
In order to understand the n-gram graph representation we use, one should take into account the fact that adjacency between different linguistic units within specific contexts seems to be a very important factor of meaning.
MUDOS-NG: Multi-document Summaries Using N-gram Graphs (Tech Report)
The baseline – feature structures The idea of representing lexical entries as feature structures has come to light in conjunction with the necessity of providing a structured representation of lexical data in the context of formal linguistic theories (e.g.
TEI and LMF crosswalks
In the context of van Rooy’s evolutionary analysis of signalling games in natural language [Roo04], it functions as a simplified model for an essential aspect of emergence of linguistic conventions: transmission via contagion.
Adversarial Scheduling Analysis of Game Theoretic Models of Norm Diffusion
Association for Computational Linguistics. [Clarke2012] Daoud Clarke. 2012. A context-theoretic framework for compositionality in distributional semantics.
Challenges for Distributional Compositional Semantics
That such a formalism can fully capture basic linguistic structures is confirmed by the proof in Aho (1968) that an indexed grammar (ie. one where categories are supplemented with a stack of unbounded length, as above), if restricted to right linear trees (also as above), is equivalent to a context-free grammar.
A State-Transition Grammar for Data-Oriented Parsing
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