Semantic analysis (computational)

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Semantic Analysis (computational) is a composite of the "Semantic Analysis" and the "Computational" components.

"Semantic Analysis" refers to a formal analysis of meaning, and "computational" refer to approaches that in principle support effective implementation.[1]

Further reading[edit]

  • Chris Fox (2010), Computational Semantics, In Alexander Clark, Chris Fox, and Shalom Lappin, editors. The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. Wiley-Blackwellis.15:394–428
  • Agirre, Eneko, Lluis Marquez & Richard Wincentowski (2009), Computational Semantic analysis of language: SemEval-2007 and beyond, Language Resources and Evaluation 43(2):97-104

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Blackburn, P., and Bos, J. (2005), Representation and Inference for Natural Language : A First Course in Computational Semantics, CSLI Publications. ISBN 1-57586-496-7.