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- Ingo Schröder
- 2002

Based on the working hypothesis that gradation is a central phenomenon in natural language, this thesis proposes the grammar formalism of weighted constraint dependency grammars (WCDG) as a unified framework for the treatment of gradation. Gradation can be found in different forms in natural language: as a preference for one outcome over another or as an… (More)

- Kilian A. Foth, Wolfgang Menzel, Ingo Schröder
- Natural Language Engineering
- 2005

Based on constraint optimization techniques, an architecture for robust parsing of natural language utterances has been developed. The resulting system is able to combine possibly contradicting evidence from a variety of information sources, using a plausibility-based arbitration procedure to derive fairly rich structural representations, comprising aspects… (More)

- Johannes Heinecke, Jürgen Kunze, Wolfgang Menzel, Ingo Schröder
- COLING-ACL
- 1998

Natural language parsing is conceived to be a procedure of disambiguation, which successively reduces an initially totally ambiguous structural representation towards a single interpretation. Graded constraints are used as means to express wellformedness conditions of different strength and to decide which partial structures are locally least preferred and,… (More)

In this paper, parsing with dependency grammar is modeled as a constraint satisfaction problem. A restricted kind of constraints is proposed, which is simple enough to be implemented efficiently, but which is also rich enough to express a wide variety of grammatical well-formedness conditions. We give a number of examples to demonstrate how different kinds… (More)

- ULRICH BUNKE, Thomas Schick, Ingo Schröder, MORITZ WIETHAUP, Moritz Wiethaup
- 2009

Smooth (also called differentiable) extensions of generalized cohomology theories recently became an intensively studied mathematical topic with many applications ranging from arithmetic geometry to string theory. Foundational contributions are [CS85], [Bry93] (in the case of ordinary cohomology) and [HS05]. The latter paper gives among many other results a… (More)

A diagnostic component for natural language utterances has been devised which allows one to integrate (possibly inconsistent) evidence from a wide range of knowledge sources into a unique decision procedure. It is based on a procedure for the disambiguation of dependency structures using graded constraints. Different description levels like syntax,… (More)

- Wolfgang Menzel, Ingo Schröder
- ECAI
- 1998

- Ingo Schröder
- CME
- 2016

Der Konsum verschiedener Lebensmittel wie Milch oder Pizza kann zu insulinotropen, akneinduzierenden Effekten führen, die auf Signaltransduktionsebene molekularbiologisch erklärt werden können. Den Zusammenhang von Ernährung und Akne hat Prof. Dr. Bodo C. Melnik in einem kürzlich veröffentlichen Review dargestellt.

If the student of a foreign language is expected to beneet from the interactive nature of computerr based tutoring systems, solutions are required which combine the ability to accept free form input with the production of helpful feedback on the quality of the utterances received. A solution is presented which provides language learning systems with the… (More)

- Kilian A. Foth, Wolfgang Menzel, Horia F. Pop, Ingo Schröder
- COLING
- 2000

The results of an experiment are presented in which an approach for robust parsing has been applied incrementally. They con rm that due to the robust nature of the underlying technology an arbitrary prex of a sentence can be analysed into an intermediate structural description which is able to direct the further analysis with a high degree of reliability.… (More)

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