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Papers from the AAAI Spring Symposium. Judith Klavans,Chair. The symposium will maintain a balance between theoretical and applications oriented papers.

Papers from the AAAI Spring Symposium. Nonetheless, points of sharp controversy have arisen concerning the most flexible and powerful way to represent the extensive variety of lexical information required to drive robust applications.

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Judith Klavans, REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE . 1995 AAAAI Spring Symposium Series Stanford University, California March 27 - 29, 1995.

Judith Klavans, REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE - 1995 AAAAI. Message 1: REMINDER: Call for Papers. Message 2: REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE - 1995 AAAAI. Date: Fri, 16 Sep 1994 00:38:24 REPRESENTATION AND ACQUISITION OF LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE - 1995 AAAAI From: Judith Klavans

Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity T he lexicon is at the core of many NL, IR, and KR systems, and thus can play a central role in determining the success or failure of the endeavor. We intend this symposium to provide a forum to discuss problematic issues of lexical representation, and ways to solve difficult and complex questions.

InWorking Notes for the AAAI Spring Symposium on Representation and Aquisition of lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Technical Report SS-95, Stanford University, C. oogle Scholar. Dorr, B. and C. Voss. Machine Translation of Spatial Expressions: Defining the Relation between an Interlingua and a Knowledge Representation System. InProceedings of the AAAI, pages 374–379, Washington, D. The Case for a MT Developers' Tool with a Two-Component View of the Interlingua.

Appears in the Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Palo Alto, CA, March 27–29, 1995. Lexical Acquisition via Constraint Solving ∗. Ted Pedersen Weidong Chen.

Acquisition of Lexi-cal Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity; (8) Representing Men-tal States .

Acquisition of Lexi-cal Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity; (8) Representing Men-tal States and Mechanisms; and (9) Sys-tematic Methods of Scientific Discovery. T. he American Association for Artificial Intelligence held its 1995 Spring Symposium Series on March 27 to 29 at Stanford Uni-versity.

Klavans, . Ed. (1995). Representation and acquisition of lexical knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity and Generativity. Technical report SS-95-01, Papers from the Spring Symposium, American Association for Artificial Intelligence. On external arguments. Functional Projections. E. Benedicto and J. Runner. Amherst, MA, Graduate Students Linguistic Association, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 103-130.

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Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, AAAI 1995 Spring Symposium Series, pp. 15-20. Bruce, Rebecca & Wiebe, Janyce (1994). Word-sense disambiguation using decomposable models. ANLP-97 Workshop, Tagging Text with Lexical Semantics: Why, What, and How?, Association for Computational Linguistics SIGLEX, Washington, .