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We present a natural language generation approach which models, exploits, and manipulates the non-linguistic context in situated communication, using techniques from AI planning. We show how to generate instructions which deliberately guide the hearer to a location that is convenient for the generation of simple referring expressions, and how to generate referring expressions with context-dependent adjectives.
In this paper, we propose a computational approach to generate neologisms consisting of homophonic puns and metaphors based on the category of the service to be named and the properties to be underlined. We describe all the linguistic resources and natural language processing techniques that we have exploited for this task.
Solar energy, light and heat radiation from the Sun, has been exploited by humans since ancient times using a variety of technology development than ever before. Solar radiation along with secondary resources of energy like wind and solar energy, water power and biomass, make the most of renewable energy available on earth. Only a tiny fraction of the available solar energy is used.
Gaseous injection of sulfur dioxide was beginning in 1993 and is a part of
the quick-germ (QG) and quick-fiber (QF) techniques currently being devel-
oped. There is revived interest in the use of special corn hybrids high in
starch, though their use is still not widespread. Membrane filtration and
yeast immobilization were being used in some plants in 1993, but their use,
contrary to expectations, has not increased. Bacterial fermentation is still not
used commercially, nor is cellulosic conversion of corn fiber.
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Threat Lifecycle Management Services builds on Threat Discovery Services and
Threat Remediation Services and includes automated threat remediation and root
cause analysis with end-to-end threat analysis and management. In the event a
suspected exploit is discovered in a network stream or a routine scan of the
on-premise network, the threat mitigator technology will trigger processes to perform
pattern-free cleanup and root cause analysis and produce remediation advisories.
Worm containment must be automatic because worms can
spread too fast for humans to respond. Recent work has
proposed network-level techniques to automate worm containment;
these techniques have limitations because there is
no information about the vulnerabilities exploited by worms
at the network level. We propose Vigilante, a new end-toend
approach to contain worms automatically that addresses
these limitations. Vigilante relies on collaborative worm detection
at end hosts, but does not require hosts to trust each
The lack of parallel corpora and linguistic resources for many languages and domains is one of the major obstacles for the further advancement of automated translation. A possible solution is to exploit comparable corpora (non-parallel bi- or multi-lingual text resources) which are much more widely available than parallel translation data.
We have analyzed definitions from Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary using Sager's Linguistic String Parser and again using basic UNIX text processing utilities such as grep and awk. Tiffs paper evaluates both procedures, compares their results, and discusses possible future lines of research exploiting and combining their respective strengths. Introduction As natural language systems grow more sophisticated, they need larger and more d ~ l e d lexicons.