Stochastic semantic analysis
Stochastic models generally use the definition of segments of words as basic semantic units for the semantic models, and in some cases involve a two layered approach.
Example applications have a wide range. In machine translation, it has been applied to the translation of spontaneous conversational speech among different languages. In the area of spoken language understanding the fact that spoken sentences often do not follow the grammar of a language and involve self-corrections, repetitions, and other irregularities, the use of stochastic semantic has been suggested as a natural fit to achieve robustness to deal with noise due to the spontaneous nature of spoken language.
- Stochastically-based semantic analysis by Wolfgang Minker, Alex Waibel, Joseph Mariani 1999 ISBN 0-7923-8571-3
- Language Understanding Using Two-Level Stochastic Models by F. Pla, et al, 2001, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science ISBN 978-3-540-42557-1
- W. Minkera, M. Gavaldàb and A. Waibel Stochastically-based semantic analysis for machine translation in Computer Speech & Language Volume 13, Issue 2, April 1999, Pages 177-194
- R. De Mori et al, Spoken language understanding in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, May 2008 Volume: 25 Issue: 3, pages 50 - 58 ISSN 1053-5888
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