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Thu May 27 2010

Software: CardWorld1 a small deep example of understanding

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Message 1: CardWorld1 a small deep example of understanding
Date: 27-May-2010
From: James Mason <jmasonyorku.ca>
Subject: CardWorld1 a small deep example of understanding
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CardWorld1
http://www.yorku.ca/jmason/CardWorld1.html
is a working model of dialog about cards and piles of cards on a table top.
It uses a mix of direct-manipulation, English language, and pointing to
manipulate the cards and piles. Ambiguities of pointing, and changing
configurations of piles due to movement of cards allow for interesting
modeling of deixis and anaphora. Syntax, semantics, and pragmatics of the
model are all fairly simple but not trivial. Many extensions are possible,
as suggested in its documentation.

The model is free to use for research and teaching. The model is written
in open-source Java can be run as a Java Web Start applet with a
Java-enabled browser from this web site:
http://typo3.asd-networks.com/web/index.php?id=415

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
                            Computational Linguistics
                            Pragmatics
                            Semantics
                            Syntax

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