A Cognitively Plausible Model of Language Comprehension

@inproceedings{Ball2004ACP,
  title={A Cognitively Plausible Model of Language Comprehension},
  author={Jerry T. Ball},
  year={2004}
}
Double R Model (Referential and Relational Model) is a model of language comprehension intended for use in the development of software agents with NLP capabilities. Double R Model is fairly unique in adopting a cognitively plausible approach to modeling language comprehension, while at the same time attempting to support the development of large-scale, functional models. The key claim is that adhering to well-established cognitive constraints on language comprehension serves to prune the search… CONTINUE READING
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