DEACON: direct English access and control

@inproceedings{Craig1966DEACONDE,
  title={DEACON: direct English access and control},
  author={J. A. Craig and Susan C. Berezner and H. C. Carney and Christopher R. Longyear},
  booktitle={AFIPS '66 (Fall)},
  year={1966}
}
  • J. A. Craig, Susan C. Berezner, +1 author Christopher R. Longyear
  • Published in AFIPS '66 (Fall) 1966
  • Computer Science
  • The extensive syntactic ambiguity inherent in natural language has been convincingly shown by such systems as the Harvard syntactic analyzer. Furthermore, no semantic techniques are in prospect for satisfactory resolution of this ambiguity by computer. In contrast, well-developed semantic techniques exist for formal languages. 
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