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The identify Computational Linguistics already means that this displine includes similar items of study: average language (NL) is studied and operational tools are constructed. either fields are investigated of their personal correct and divide into quite a few subject matters. This direction introduces quite a few NL phenomena including acceptable implementations within the programming language Prolog. the themes handled are between others Morphology, Finite kingdom innovations, Syntax, Context unfastened Grammars, Parsing, and Semantics development.

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The first one will return two possible splittings, berries and berrie + s, but the one that we would want, berry + s, is not one of them. The reason for this is that there is another spelling rule at work, here, which we haven’t taken into account at all. This rule is saying that “y changes to ie before s”. So, in the first step there may be more than one spelling rules that all have to be applied. There are basically two ways of dealing with this. First, we can formulate the transducers for each of the rules in such a way that they can be run in a cascade.

The interior of our union automaton is build up by taking over all transitions from the automata to be united and prefixing their start and end states by 1/ or 2/: trans((A1;_),1/S1,1/D1,X):trans(A1,S1,D1,X). trans((_;A2),2/S2,2/D2,X):trans(A2,S2,D2,X). 4. 5. There we introduced one new final state and added jump arcs into it from all former final states. But we don’t have to insist on having only one final state in our unionautomaton. So we can simply prefix and take over the final states from the two input automata.

The solution for D is the destination state of the transition found in the original automaton. In our example, a copy of the transition trans(a1,1,2,h) is asserted as trans(b1,1,2,h). And because trans(a1,1,2,h) is the only transition out of state 1 in a1, setof/3 has already finished its job and Ds is instantiated to [2] (as we’ve already said above). 4 Recursion Now finally we come to the THEN-part in scan_state/2. ) on the Ds produced by the preceding setof/3-call. ) on every state on Ds: scan_states(A,[S|Ss]):scan_state(A,S), scan_states(A,Ss).

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