A Glimpse of NKRL, the "Narrative Knowledge Representation Language"

Gian Piero Zarri

In this paper, I describe NKRL, a language expressly designed for representing, in a standardised way, the semantic content (the "meaning") of complex narrative texts. After having Introduced the four "components" (speclalised sub-languages) of NKRL, I will give some examples of its practical modallties of use. I will then describe, In a very sketchy way, the inference techniques and the natural language processing procedures associated with this language.

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