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By Roland R. Hausser

The excellent of utilizing human language to regulate machines calls for a realistic idea of typical language verbal exchange that incorporates grammatical research of language indicators, plus a version of the cognitive agent, with interfaces for popularity and motion, an inner database, and an set of rules for interpreting content material out and in. This e-book bargains a useful framework for theoretical research of normal language communique and for useful functions of usual language processing.

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Additional factors are possible input/output activities at the context level. 46 3. 4 T HE CYCLE OF NATURAL LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION hearer mode recognition speaker mode LAŦhear LAŦthink LAŦthink sign context proplets action language proplets context proplets language proplets LAŦspeak The schema shows two agents, one in the hearer mode and the other in the speaker mode. Each agent contains its own Word Bank with a context and a language section as well as external interfaces for recognition and action.

5 Cycle of Natural Language Communication 45 This process is handled by language-dependent LA-speak grammars in combination with language-dependent word form production. For example, the word form ate is produced from an eat proplet, the sem attribute of which contains the value past. 1. Language production based on LA-think and LA-speak may be presented in a simplified format, illustrated below with the realization of Julia knows John. from a VNN navigation. 3 S CHEMATIC PRODUCTION OF Julia knows John.

Sects. 5). 5 Immediate Reference and Mediated Reference From an ontogenetical and phylogentical point of view, the most basic form of reference is immediate reference. It consists in referring with language to objects in the immediate task environment of the communicating agents, for example, to the book 7 8 9 The different constellations of recognition and action at the language and the context level are categorized as the 10 S LIM states of cognition (cf. FoCL’99, Sect. 5). In order to utilize metalanguage definitions computationally, they must be reconstructed procedurally.

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