Connectionist Models for Natural Language Processing Program

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The scientific adequacy of models based on a small number of coarse-grained primitives (e.g. conceptual dependency), popular in AI during the 70's, has been called into question and substantially replaced by a current emphasis in much of computational linguistics on lexicalist models (i.e., ones which use words for representing concepts or meanings… (More)

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@inproceedings{Waltz1986ConnectionistMF, title={Connectionist Models for Natural Language Processing Program}, author={David L. Waltz}, booktitle={ACL}, year={1986} }