26 from Words to Understanding

@inproceedings{Sahlgren200226FW,
  title={26 from Words to Understanding},
  author={Magnus Sahlgren},
  year={2002}
}
As was discussed in section 22, language is central to a correct understanding of the mind. Compositional analytic models perform well in the domain and subject area they are developed for, but any extension is difficult and the models have incomplete psychological veracity. Here we explore how to compute representations of meaning based on a lower level of abstraction and how to use the models for tasks that require some form of language understanding. 
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