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Customizing Meaning: Building Domain-Specific Semantic Representations From A Generic Lexicon

  • Myroslava Dzikovska
  • Mary Swift
  • James Allen
Part of the Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy book series (SLAP, volume 83)

Keywords

Noun Phrase Semantic Representation Lexical Entry Dialogue System Computational Linguistics 
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  • Myroslava Dzikovska
  • Mary Swift
  • James Allen

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