- A Survey of IR Programming Systems for Natural Language Processing
- No.9, p.439-458
As conversation between man and computer becomes more intense, the problems associated with communication between them become more apparent. This resulted in the development of artificial languages in the field of computer programming and systems. Natural language processing for the computer-based information storage and retrieval system can be defined as manipulation of symbols and files with artificial language.
This survey covers current developments and design principles of programming languages for symbol manipulation and file management for application to natural language processing. The significant features of these languages for IR oriented data processing systems are discussed principally in terms of examples drawn from existing and proposed systems in Japan.
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