Walter A. Sedelow

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In an era when knowledge, if not king, is certainly an equal partner with the methodologies directed toward such eminently desirable goals as computer-based commonsense reasoning and understandingqn-general, large-scale resources such as Roget's ~ self-evidently am necessary to advanced knowledge-based computational systems. In contrast to such efforts as(More)
The title for this paper is taken from Winograd's excellent book on syntax (1983). Its definition of language includes a category, Background, which, appropriately so for Winograd's purposes, often incorporates a taken-for-granted dictionary. Since we have long maintained (Sedelow and Sedelow 1969) that some lexicon or combination of lexicons will be a(More)
Walter A. Sedelow, Jr. is Professor of Computer Science, Univ. of Arkansas at Little Rock; and Adjunct Professor of Electronics and Instrumentation, Graduate Institute of Technology, Univ. of Arkansas. Sally Yeates Sedelow is Professor of Computer Science and Adjunct Professor of English, Univ. of Arkansas at Little Rock; and Adjunct Professor of(More)
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