An Introduction to Natural Language Processing Through by Clive Matthews

By Clive Matthews

Introduces the topic in the course of the dialogue & improvement of varied computing device courses which illustrate many of the easy strategies & concepts within the box. The programming language used is Prolog. Paper.

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In this case the next match is as indicated. spoken_in (Language, peru) c Language = quechua spoken_in(english, uk) . spoken_in(english, usa). spoken_in(english, australia) spoken_in(spanish, peru). spoken_in (quechua, peru). spoken_in(piro, peru). Seeking an alternative solution involves undoing the new binding of L a n g u a g e to q u e c h u a to revert (once more) to the original goal and continuing the search from the last point of satisfaction. This time the match is as follows. spoken_in (Language, peru).

This is so that the Prolog interpreter k n o w s where the fact ends. It is easy to forget the full stop in the initial stages of p r o g r a m m i n g . Many versions Facts 35 of Prolog have a syntax checker which will signal such an error on loading the program. ] The meaning of a fact is left entirely at the p r o g r a m m e r ' s dis­ cretion and plays no role in the functioning of the p r o g r a m . Consequently, it does not matter what names are used for either predicates or arguments. For example, it is possible to express the earlier statement about Boris with the fact: climbed(tenzing, everest).

13 Write a program which gives the translation of an English word in vari­ ous other languages. '. 7 F u r t h e r R e a d i n g Limitations of space preclude a full description of Prolog and the reader is referred to one of the many textbooks for more complete coverage. T w o outstanding texts are Bratko (1990) and Sterling and Shapiro (1986). Also useful are Clocksin and Mellish (1987) and C o v i n g t o n , N u t e and Vellino (1988). Coelho and Cotta (1988) pro­ vide an interesting collection of programs.

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