Semantic Disambiguation in Sentence Processing
Active from 1994 - 1998
Subsymbolic processing of sentences is based on associations of words with past context. As words come in, their possible contexts are combined into the interpretation of the sentence. This model demonstrates how context frequency drives the process of disambiguating word meanings.
Marshall R. Mayberry III Ph.D. Alumni martym at coli dot uni-sb dot
Lexical Disambiguation Based on Distributed Representations of Context Frequency 1994
Marshall R. Mayberry III and Risto Miikkulainen, In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Ashwin Ram and Kurt Eiselt (Eds.), pp. 601-606 1994. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
MIR Sentence Processing Package The MIR Sentence Processing package contains the C source code for the MIR system, as well as a selection of scripts wi... 1998