Theory of meaning representation developed by Schank and extensively exploited at Yale, relying on deep ‘conceptual’ semantic primitives <228> and case frames <28> and providing a strong decomposition of word and text meaning. The emphasis on key primitive acts and required properties of the fillers of their (obligatory) roles is used to drive primarily semantic expectation-based parsing.
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