A Novel Approach Towards Building a Portable NLIDB System Using the Computational Paninian Grammar Framework

@article{Gupta2012ANA,
  title={A Novel Approach Towards Building a Portable NLIDB System Using the Computational Paninian Grammar Framework},
  author={Abhijeet Gupta and Arjun Akula and Deepak Malladi and Puneeth Kukkadapu and Vinay Ainavolu and Rajeev Sangal},
  journal={2012 International Conference on Asian Language Processing},
  year={2012},
  pages={93-96}
}
This paper presents a novel approach to building natural language interface to databases (NLIDB) based on Computational Paninian Grammar (CPG). It uses two distinct stages of processing, namely, syntactic processing followed by semantic processing. Syntactic processing makes the processing more general and robust. CPG is a dependency framework in which the analysis is in terms of syntactico-semantic relations. The closeness of these relations makes semantic processing easier and more accurate… CONTINUE READING
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