Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge

Henning Christiansen (Editor), M. Dolores Jiménez-López (Editor), Roussanka Loukanova (Editor), Lawrence Moss (Editor)

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Abstract

In recent years, there has been a proliferation of technological developments that incorporate processing of human language. Hardware and software can be specialized for designated subject areas, and computational devices are designed for a widening variety of applications. At the same time, new areas and applications are emerging by demanding intelligent technology enhanced by the processing of human language. These new applications often perform tasks which handle information, and they have a capacity to reason, using both formal and human language. Many sub-areas of Artificial Intelligence demand integration of Natural Language Processing, at least to some degree. Furthermore, technologies require coverage of known as well as unknown agents, and tasks with potential variations. All of this takes place in environments with unknown factors.

The book covers theoretical work, advanced applications, approaches, and techniques for computational models of information, reasoning systems, and presentation in language. The book promotes work on intelligent natural language processing and related models of information, thought, reasoning, and other cognitive processes. The topics covered by the chapters prompt further research and developments of advanced systems in the areas of logic, computability, computational linguistics, cognitive science, neuroscience of language, robotics, and artificial intelligence, among others.
In recent years, there has been a proliferation of technological developments that incorporate processing of human language. Hardware and software can be specialized for designated subject areas, and computational devices are designed for a widening variety of applications. At the same time, new areas and applications are emerging by demanding intelligent technology enhanced by the processing of human language. These new applications often perform tasks which handle information, and they have a capacity to reason, using both formal and human language. Many sub-areas of Artificial Intelligence demand integration of Natural Language Processing, at least to some degree. Furthermore, technologies require coverage of known as well as unknown agents, and tasks with potential variations. All of this takes place in environments with unknown factors.

The book covers theoretical work, advanced applications, approaches, and techniques for computational models of information, reasoning systems, and presentation in language. The book promotes work on intelligent natural language processing and related models of information, thought, reasoning, and other cognitive processes. The topics covered by the chapters prompt further research and developments of advanced systems in the areas of logic, computability, computational linguistics, cognitive science, neuroscience of language, robotics, and artificial intelligence, among others.
LanguageEnglish
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Number of pages360
ISBN (Print)978-1-4438-7947-7
StatePublished - 2017

Bibliographical note

Contents

Preface vii

Chapter I
A Natural Logic for Natural-Language Knowledge Bases
Troels Andreasen, Henrik Bulskov, Per Anker Jensen
and Jørgen Fischer Nilsson 1

Chapter II
Paradoxes of Material Implications in Minimal Logic
Hannes Diener and Maarten McKubre-Jordens 27

Chapter III
Guesswork? Resolving Vagueness in User-Generated Software Requirements
Michaela Geierhos and Frederik S. Bäumer 65

Chapter IV
Partiality, Underspecification, Parameters and Natural Language
Roussanka Loukanova 109

Chapter V
Typed Theory of Situated Information and its Application to Syntax-Semantics of Human Language Roussanka Loukanova 151

Chapter VI
All and Only
Lawrence S. Moss and Alex Kruckman 189

Chapter VII
Formalization of Many-Valued Logics
Jørgen Villadsen and Anders Schlichtkrull 219

Chapter VIII
Comparative Performance Analysis of Selected VSM and Ontology-Based Text Classification Methods Krzysztof Wrobel, Maciej Wielgosz, Aleksander Smywin ́ski-Pohl and Marcin Pietron 257

Chapter IX
Dynamic Semantic Update for Underspecified Information: A Context-Based Interpretation of Ellipsis Constructions in Mandarin
Yue Yu and Yicheng Wu 297

Contributors 343

Dust jacket photo and design: Henning Christiansen

Bibliographical note

Contents

Preface vii

Chapter I
A Natural Logic for Natural-Language Knowledge Bases
Troels Andreasen, Henrik Bulskov, Per Anker Jensen
and Jørgen Fischer Nilsson 1

Chapter II
Paradoxes of Material Implications in Minimal Logic
Hannes Diener and Maarten McKubre-Jordens 27

Chapter III
Guesswork? Resolving Vagueness in User-Generated Software Requirements
Michaela Geierhos and Frederik S. Bäumer 65

Chapter IV
Partiality, Underspecification, Parameters and Natural Language
Roussanka Loukanova 109

Chapter V
Typed Theory of Situated Information and its Application to Syntax-Semantics of Human Language Roussanka Loukanova 151

Chapter VI
All and Only
Lawrence S. Moss and Alex Kruckman 189

Chapter VII
Formalization of Many-Valued Logics
Jørgen Villadsen and Anders Schlichtkrull 219

Chapter VIII
Comparative Performance Analysis of Selected VSM and Ontology-Based Text Classification Methods Krzysztof Wrobel, Maciej Wielgosz, Aleksander Smywin ́ski-Pohl and Marcin Pietron 257

Chapter IX
Dynamic Semantic Update for Underspecified Information: A Context-Based Interpretation of Ellipsis Constructions in Mandarin
Yue Yu and Yicheng Wu 297

Contributors 343

Dust jacket photo and design: Henning Christiansen

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Christiansen, H., Jiménez-López, M. D., Loukanova, R., & Moss, L. (Eds.) (2017). Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Christiansen, Henning (Editor) ; Jiménez-López, M. Dolores (Editor) ; Loukanova, Roussanka (Editor) ; Moss, Lawrence (Editor). / Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. 360 p.
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Christiansen H, (ed.), Jiménez-López MD, (ed.), Loukanova R, (ed.), Moss L, (ed.). Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. 360 p.