Language to Logic Translation with PhraseBank

@inproceedings{Pease2004LanguageTL,
  title={Language to Logic Translation with PhraseBank},
  author={Adam Pease and Christiane Fellbaum},
  year={2004}
}
We discuss a restricted natural language understanding system and a proposed extension to it, which is a corpus of phrases. The Controlled English to Logic Translation (CELT) system allows users to make statements in a domain-independent, restricted English grammar that have a clear formal semantics and that are amenable to machine processing. CELT needs a large amount of linguistic and semantic knowledge. It is currently coupled with the Suggested Upper Merged Ontology, which has been mapped… CONTINUE READING
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