By Philippe Blache (auth.), Henning Christiansen, Peter Rossen Skadhauge, Jørgen Villadsen (eds.)
This quantity comprises chosen and punctiliously revised papers plus contributions from invited audio system offered on the First foreign Workshop on C- straint fixing and Language Processing, held in Roskilde, Denmark, September 1–3, 2004. Constraint Programming and Constraint fixing, specifically Constraint common sense Programming, seem to be a really promising platform, probably the main promising current platform, for bringing ahead the cutting-edge in average language processing, this a result of naturalness in speci?cation and the direct relation to e?cient implementation. Language, within the current context, may perhaps - fer to written and spoken language, formal and semiformal language, or even common enter information to multimodal and pervasive structures, which might be dealt with in greatly an identical methods utilizing constraint programming. The suggestion of constraints, with just a little di?ering meanings, follow within the ch- acterization of linguistic and cognitive phenomena, in formalized linguistic m- els in addition to in implementation-oriented frameworks. Programming innovations for constraint fixing were, and nonetheless are, in a interval with quick devel- ment of recent e?cient tools and paradigms from which language processing can pro?t. a standard metaphor for human language processing is one sizeable c- straintsolvingprocessinwhichthedi?erent(-lyspeci?ed)linguisticandcognitive stages happen in parallel and with mutual cooperation, which ?ts relatively good with present constraint programming paradigms.
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Constraint Solving and Language Processing: First International Workshop, CSLP 2004, Roskilde, Denmark, September 1-3, 2004, Revised Selected and Invited Papers by Philippe Blache (auth.), Henning Christiansen, Peter Rossen Skadhauge, Jørgen Villadsen (eds.)