Dep. Informatique & Réseaux
J-L. Dessalles ← Home page
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|24/04/2019||Introduction to symbolic NLP||Slides: NLP Intro
Slides: Natural Language
|Introduction to linguistics||Slides: Intro Linguistics|
|15/05/2019||Syntax & parsing||Slides: Parsing|
|22/05/2019||Procedural semantics||Slides: Interfaces NL-perception-KR
Slides: Structures to represent meaning
Slides: Semantic linking
Slides: Procedural Semantics
H. Kamp et al.: Discourse Representation Theory
|29/05/2019||Contrast and aspect||Slides: Contrast
|29/05/2019||Knowledge representation||(Fabian Suchanek)
Slides: Knowledge Representation
Slides: Knowledge Bases
Slides: Semantic Web
|05/06/2019||Text clustering and text categorization||
Word embedding (Chloé Clavel)
From text to vectors (Chloé Clavel)
|12/06/2019||Relevance and argumentation||Wikipedia page on BDI (belief-desire-intention)
Slides: Argumentation examples
Slides: CAN (conflict - abduction - negation)
|25/06/2019||Computing emotional intensity and responsibility||Slides: Narrative relevance
Simplicity Theory Website
|25/06/2019||Quiz & evaluation||See 2019 quiz with answers|
|Syntax & parsing||15/05/2019 in C128|
|Procedural Semantics||22/05/2019 in C125|
|Processing aspect||05/06/2019 in C128 (Attn: 08h30)|
|Relevance and argumentation||12/06/2019 in C126|
|Choose a paper to read → HERE|
|Use this page to upload your review.|
The study should be related to symbolic NLP.
The easiest way to do this study is to work on a topic closely related to one of the lab work sessions. You are free, however, to work on any other relevant topic. Be careful to keep it feasible: it’s supposed to be a mini-study.
Caveat: if your study involves statistical aspects, only the symbolic part will be considered in the evaluation. Implementation language should be Prolog or Python (ask in case of problem).
Examples: Extend a grammar to analyze more complex sentences (such as the fist sentence of this section); create a grammar for a different language; extend the lab work on procedural semantics to understand more sentences about chess; or to understand sentences about the genealogy of an actual family; extend the lab work on aspect to include more aspectual words (always, ancient, already, still, ...); create a mini-knowledge base on a specific domain (football, Roland-Garros...) and use CAN (last lab work) to propose interactive dialogues; etc.
Indicate the topic of your study
(you may change your mind at will).
You may also See already chosen projects.
Use this page to upload your slides and your report.
Students may work in pairs. In this case, the respective contributions of each student should appear unambiguously. And the expectations are of course doubled.
You will present your work on the "soutenance" day during no more than 5 minutes from your seat. Make sure to make it relevant to the audience. A couple of days before presentations, you will be asked to post a few slides that will be displayed while you are talking.
The project itself can be handed in until the last week: Thursday 27th, night.