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linguistic performance

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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n linguistic performance (linguistics) a speaker's actual use of language in real situations; what the speaker actually says, including grammatical errors and other non-linguistic features such as hesitations and other disfluencies (contrasted with linguistic competence)
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In news:

Rosette provides a solution for complex linguistic challenges critical for performing functions such as information retrieval, text mining, and any other in-depth analysis of text in a variety of languages.
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In science:

X is taken as the domain fuzzy linguistic space. The fuzzy linguistic attributes associated with X is as follows which indicate the performance of students in studies.
Mathematical Analysis of the Problems faced by the People With Disabilities (PWDs)
In a natural language generation system which performs text planning, then, it is reasonable to view the contrast or elaboration that is being performed as the most important issue; the particular linguistic expressions constructed are subsidiary to these aims.
Generating One-Anaphoric Expressions: Where Does the Decision Lie?
Pertinence Summarizer10 performs linguistic processing of a document to generates an extract, the sentence scoring method considering general and specialized (Chemistry) linguistic markers.
Statistical Automatic Summarization in Organic Chemistry
The Grammatical Basis of Linguistic Performance: Language Use and Acquistion.
Parsing with Principles and Probabilities
In brief, we propose a model of language understanding (or, more specifically, sentence processing) in which all linguistic processing is performed by a single unified process, but the different types of linguistic knowledge necessary for processing are separate and distinct.
Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: Autonomy and Interaction in a Model of Sentence Processing
The distinction between competence and performance popularized by Chomsky (1965) is fundamental to modern linguistics.
Proof Nets and the Complexity of Processing Center-Embedded Constructions
This paper suggests that techniques from logic such as proof nets (Girard, 1995) might also be useful for describing the difficulty of processing center-embedded constructions, which is an aspect of human linguistic performance.
Proof Nets and the Complexity of Processing Center-Embedded Constructions
In this pro ject they measure the performance of their system by considering a broad range of linguistic, social, association and learning tests.
Tests of Machine Intelligence
Applied ontology is a relatively new field which aims to apply theories and methods from diverse disciplines such as philosophy, cognitive science, linguistics and formal logics to perform or improve domain-specific tasks.
Towards quantitative measures in applied ontology
Applied ontology is an emerging discipline that applies theories and methods from diverse disciplines such as philosophy, cognitive science, linguistics and formal logics to perform or improve domain-specific tasks.
Towards quantitative measures in applied ontology
Performance structure: A psycholinguistic and linguistic apprasial.
Some Bibliographical References on Intonation and Intonational Meaning
There is no lack of competing competence grammars available, but also no reason to expect that such grammars should be suited to a DOP approach, designed as they were to characterize the nature of linguistic competence rather than performance.
A State-Transition Grammar for Data-Oriented Parsing
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