Zoya M. Shalyapina

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The collection is the first issue in the series " Text Processing and Cognitive Technologies ". It comprises six papers centred around the comparatively new branch of computer linguistics: text processing based on cognitive technologies, or knowledge-based text processing. The collection presented may be of interest for researchers and students specialising(More)
The p a p e r i s d e v o t e d t o l i n g u i s t i c problems of defining the basic formalized representation of text in an automatic translation system within the frsmlework of the so-called integral formal model of tile tr~ulslation process, the primary requirement for tills representation considered to be a compromise between its semal~ticity,(More)
The RUMORS synthesizer of Russian is a,~ integral part of the JM~AP experimental system of ,ht.pn.neseRussian antom.t~tic translation, although it cn,n also h~ve other ~ppliczrtions. Morphologically, it is based, primtrrily, on A.A.ZMizny~k's model of Russi~t. inflexion. Syntactical functions of RUMORS rely on word-order ~nd dependency d~t~ as input(More)
The paper is the first report on the experimental MT system developed as part of the Japanese-Russian Automatic tra.aslation Project (JaRAP). The system follows the transfer approach to MT. Limited so far to lexico-morphologieal processing, it is seen as a foundation for more ambitious linguistic research. The system is implemented on IBM PC, MS DOS, in(More)
All systems of automatic text processing are explicitly or implicitly based on two general linguistic ~ssumptlons: the assumption o~ grammatioallty of the texts processed, and the assumption of their meaningfulness. These assumptions, however, cannot be considered as absolute laws: It is not unoommon that a text, thongh acceptable to most speakers of the(More)
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