. Natural Language Interface to MS-DOS for the Greek language

. Natural Language Interface to MS-DOS for the Greek language

Post by Al A » Wed, 31 Mar 1999 04:00:00



                                                 TAI '95: Abstracts (p52
MS-DOS                                                                  

     S.E. Michos, G.D. Magoulas, and N. Fakotakis                      
     University of Patras                                              

     In this paper, a hybrid model for representing knowledge in a      
     Natural Language Interface to MS-DOS for the Greek language is      
     presented. This model employs semantic knowledge of the operating  
     system domain to develop a hybrid architecture integrating symbolic
     and connectionist modules for recognizing the MS-DOS command labels
     of related or unrelated successive natural language user messages.
     This approach was deeply motivated by handling ellipsis, ambiguity
     and flexibility of sentence structure as better as possible. A    
     comparative experimental evaluation of this approach to a symbolic
     one illustrating their pros and cons is also given. Finally, ways  
     of extending this model are proposed with the view of making the  
     Natural Language Interface more user friendly and functional.      

     Keywords: Natural language interfaces, Connectionist knowledge    
     representation, Associative recall, Adaptive Resonance Theory      

      Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tools with
                Artificial Intelligence (TAI '95)
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1. Examples of Natural Language generation (unix or ms-dos)

Can anyone give me some good examples of natural language generation for
either UNXI or MS-DOS/WINDOWS ? I've tried some language recognition
systems which didn't impress me. What I'm looking for is a program that
_generates_ the output to the user, not just merely choosing a phrase from
a database file.

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