</term> . We have built and will demonstrate an application of this approach called <term> LCS-Marine
the Marines and are currently developing applications of this <term> technology </term> in <term> new
tech,12-4-P01-1009,bq semantics </term> of <term> natural language applications </term> improve , even larger improvements
<term> printed text </term> . We present an application of <term> ambiguity packing and stochastic
Automated Analyst 's Assistant </term> is an application designed to help an <term> English-speaking
tech,11-2-C04-1036,bq the needs of <term> semantic-oriented NLP applications </term> and can be evaluated directly ( independent
other,23-2-C04-1036,bq evaluated directly ( independent of an <term> application </term> ) at a good level of <term> human agreement
other,25-1-C04-1068,bq discussions </term> in the context of <term> help-desk applications </term> . The eventual objective of this
other,8-1-C04-1103,bq many <term> multilingual speech and language applications </term> . In this paper , a novel framework
is flexible , allowing fast adaptation to applications and it is scalable . We apply it in combination
Natural Language Processing ( NLP ) </term> applications , such as <term> Word Sense Disambiguation
that <term> POURPRE </term> outperforms direct application of existing <term> metrics </term> . We describe
systems </term> , and demonstrate how our application can be used by <term> developers </term> to
</term> in <term> word n-grams </term> and its application at the <term> character </term> level . The
to these diverse problems , discuss its application , and evaluate its performance . State-of-the-art
of integrating <term> automatic Q/A </term> applications into real-world environments . <term> FERRET
take advantage of the strengths of each . Applications of <term> path-based inference rules </term>
efficient and easily adaptable to a variety of applications . The system is implemented entirely in
</term> and describes some actual and potential applications of it in <term> computer aided second language
<term> expert systems </term> . As a simple application of the techniques described in this paper
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