Controlling nip through Terminological Information

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AuthorJörg Schütz, Bärbel Ripplinger
TitleControlling nip through Terminological Information
AbstractIn the context of niche applications the discipline of computational terminology has received little attention in computational linguistics; an unfortunate situation given that natural language processing (NLP) systems seem to be most successful when applied to specialised domains. In this paper we present an approach that integrates an instance of computational terminology into a constraint-based NLP environment as one kind of performance control. Parts of this research have been carried out in the context of the ET-10/66 project supported by the Commission of the European Communities (CEC). Here, we describe the formal representation of terminological knowledge and one solution for linking this kind of information to the grammatical and lexical strata of a NLP system, with special emphasis on a concept-based translation methodology.
SessionPART 1 - Word meaning / lexical semantics
author = {Jörg Schütz, Bärbel Ripplinger},
title = {Controlling nip through Terminological Information},
pages = {181-195},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 6th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {1994},
month = {aug-sep},
date = {30-3},
address = {Amsterdam, the Netherlands},
editor = {Willy Martin, Willem Meijs, Margreet Moerland, Elsemiek ten Pas, Piet van Sterkenburg & Piek Vossen},
publisher = {Euralex},
isbn = {90-900-7537-2},