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Tue Aug 19 1997

FYI: Grammatical Processing System

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  1. Stefan Wermter, Re: Q: identifying ungrammatical sentences

Message 1: Re: Q: identifying ungrammatical sentences

Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 00:49:06 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Stefan Wermter <wermternats.informatik.uni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Re: Q: identifying ungrammatical sentences


We have designed and developed an incremental parsing
system called SCREEN which processes spoken language
using a hybrid learning architecture. The system receives
spoken input and produces a flat syntactic, semantic
and dialog analysis. This is performed in an incremental
left to right parsing regime. Part of the system is also
a correction component which deals with incremental
ungrammatical phenomena, like interjections, word repairs, 
repetitions, phrase corrections. If you are interested
there is a JAIR journal article and an animation available
from the home page below. This article also contains
many more references on incremental grammatical processing.

hope this helps,

best wishes, 

Stefan Wermter




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