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Presuppositions in Context: Constructing Bridges

Piwek, P. and Krahmer, E. (2000). Presuppositions in Context: Constructing Bridges. In: Bonzon, P.; Cavalcanti, M. and Nossum, R. eds. Formal Aspects of Context. Applied Logic Series, 20. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 85–106.

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Abstract

About the book: The First International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modelling and Using Context, Rio de Janeiro, January 1997, gave rise to the present book, which contains a selection of the papers presented there, thoroughly refereed and revised. The treatment of contexts as bona fide objects of logical formalisation has gained wide acceptance, following the seminal impetus given by McCarthy in his Turing Award address. The field of natural language offers a particularly rich variety of examples and challenges to researchers concerned with the formal modelling of context, and several chapters in the volume deal with contextualisation in the setting of natural language. Others adopt a purely formal-logical viewpoint, seeking to develop general models of even wider applicability. The 12 chapters are organised in three groups: formalisation of contextual information in natural language understanding and generation, the application of context in mechanised reasoning domains, and novel non-classical logics for contextual application.

Item Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: 0-7923-6350-7, 978-0-7923-6350-7
Academic Unit/Department: Mathematics, Computing and Technology > Computing & Communications
Interdisciplinary Research Centre: Centre for Research in Computing (CRC)
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Item ID: 12134
Depositing User: Paul Piwek
Date Deposited: 27 Oct 2008 02:54
Last Modified: 07 Mar 2014 05:59
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/12134
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