Raquel Fernandez

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Compositional distributional models of meaning were introduced by Coecke et al. (2010, 2013) with the aim of reconciling the theory of distributional meaning in terms of vector space semantics with the theory of compositional interpretation as one finds it in typelogical grammars. The particular typelogical formalisms employed by Coecke et al. (pregroup(More)
and Ronald de Wolf for teaching me on the concepts of computation and algorithm in general; I am grateful to Ronald de Wolf for introducing me into the mathematics of the quantum. I am indebted to Michiel van Lambalgen for spurning me on to the computational study of language, for his lectures on Kant and for his readiness to help in many a circumstance. I(More)
Finding the right model for the structure of translation equivalence between languages is one of the major challenges and lines of research in statistical machine translation. In this thesis we consider a formalization of translation equivalence as synchronous grammars and explore a particular way of modifying a translation grammar by labeling its(More)
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