Abstract of FKI-179-93
Title: 36 Problems for Semantic Interpretation
Authors: Gabriele Scheler
Category: Technical Report (Forschungsberichte Künstliche Intelligenz)
Abstract: This paper presents a collection of problems for natural
language analysis derived mainly from theoretical linguistics.
Most of these problems present major obstacles
for computational systems of language interpretation.
The set of given sentences can easily be scaled up
by introducing more examples per problem.
The construction of computational systems could benefit
from such a collection, either using it directly for training
and testing or as a set of benchmarks
to qualify the performance of a NLP system.
Keywords: theoretical linguistics, benchmarks for NLP systems,
language interpretation systems
Size: 8 pages
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