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Hiyan Alshawi, David M. Carter, Manny Rayner and Björn Gambäck. Translation by Quasi Logical Form Transfer. In ACL editor, 29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACLANNUAL '91), June 18-21, Pages 161-168, Berkeley, California, USA, 1991. URL [Abstract]
      AUTHOR = {Alshawi, Hiyan and Carter, David M. and Rayner, Manny and Gambäck, Björn},
      TITLE = {Translation by Quasi Logical Form Transfer},
      YEAR = {1991},
      BOOKTITLE = {29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACLANNUAL '91), June 18-21},
      PAGES = {161-168},
      EDITOR = {ACL},
      ADDRESS = {Berkeley, California, USA},
      URL = {},
      ABSTRACT = {The paper describes work on applying a general purpose natural language processing system to transfer-based interactive translation. Transfer takes place at the level of Quasi Logical Form (QLF), a contextually sensitive logical form representation which is deep enough for dealing with cross-linguistic differences. Theoretical arguments and experimental results are presented to support the claim that this framework has good properties in terms of modularity, compositionality, reversibility and monotonicity. QLFs were selected as the appropriate level for transfer because they are far enough removed from surface linguistic form to provide the flexibility required by cross-linguistic differences. On the other hand, the linguistic, unification-based processing involved in creating them can be carried out efficiently and without the need to reason about the domain or context; the QLF language has constructs for explicit representation of contextually sensitive aspects of interpretation.}
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