Description Logics for Natural Language Processing

Enrico Franconi

This paper surveys in short the activity of the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning group at IRST for Natural Language Processing. We have developed two Description Logic based systems to be used in large Natural Language dialogue architectures. The functional interaction of such KR systems with the other modules is briefly described. Then, several qualifying extensions of the basic systems are introduced, and their usefulness for natural language applications is explained.


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