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  Associating targets with SentiUnits: a step forward in sentiment analysis of Urdu text
Syed A., Aslam M., Martinez-Enriquez A. Artificial Intelligence Review 41(4): 535-561, 2014.  Type: Article

A technical account with local importance, this paper presents a sentiment classification model that makes use of the rich inflectional structure of the Urdu language. The purpose of the proposed research is to make use of the descript...

Jul 9 2014
  Defeasible protocols in persuasion dialogues
Letia I., Vartic R.  Web intelligence and intelligent agent technology (Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT 2006 Workshops)(WI-IATW’06),Dec 18-22, 2006) 359-362, 2006.  Type: Proceedings

The inability to have a complete description of a situation is often a limitation in the use of computer systems in decision processes. To overcome this limitation, the paper proposes using defeasible logic for persuasion dialogues. In...

Jun 13 2007
  Spoken dialogue technology
McTear M., SpringerVerlag, 2004.  Type: Book (9781852336721)

This is a sufficient and comprehensive, yet focused introduction to the field of spoken interaction with computers. The book starts with a chapter on the history and application of spoken dialogue systems, followed by an overview of re...

Oct 12 2004
  Experiments in discourse analysis impact on information classification and retrieval algorithms
Morato J., Llorens J., Genova G., Moreiro J. Information Processing and Management: an International Journal 39(6): 825-851, 2003.  Type: Article

Generally, two kinds of information--textual and contextual--are used for document processing tasks such as classification and retrieval. Textual information is based on characteristics associated with words, for exam...

Jan 14 2004
  Subsymbolic natural language processing
Miikkulainen R., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1993.  Type: Book (9780262132909)

The most fundamental issue of cognitive sciences is how human cognition could be built from the engagement of the human biological system with the natural environment. In general, human cognition can be viewed as composed of a three-le...

May 1 1995
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