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Communicating with databases in natural language

by M. Wallace

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Published by Ellis Horwood, Halsted Press in Chichester, West Sussex, England, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interactive computer systems.,
  • Prolog (Computer program language),
  • Natural language processing (Computer science)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. Wallace.
    SeriesEllis Horwood series in artificial intelligence
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.I58 W35 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination170 p. :
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2850571M
    ISBN 100853126399
    LC Control Number84012857

    Natural-language user interface (LUI or NLUI) is a type of computer human interface where linguistic phenomena such as verbs, phrases and clauses act as UI controls for creating, selecting and modifying data in software applications.. In interface design, natural-language interfaces are sought after for their speed and ease of use, but most suffer the challenges to understanding wide varieties.   The user should be able to enter questions in natural language based on which the most fitting stored question is searched and the matching answer is displayed. Since I don't want to make my life more difficult than needed I would like to get some input on .

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   Using Natural to access an Adabas databaseBefore we go onto creating a program which uses the database we created I wantto say just a short few words about how Natural interacts with the world ofdatabases and Adabas in Natural to be able to access a database file, a logical definition of the physicaldatabase file is required.

    Full text of "Natural Language Interfaces to Databases - An Introduction" See other formats Natural Language Interfaces to Databases - An Introduction* I. Androutsopoulost G.D. Ritchie^ P. Thanisch* in ^Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh 80 South Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1HN, Scotland, U.K. e-mail: [email protected] [email protected] OS (N > ^Department of Computer. Natural Language Processing with Python Analyzing Text with the Natural Language Toolkit Steven Bird, Ewan Klein, and Edward Loper O'Reilly Media, | Sellers and prices The book is being updated for Python 3 and NLTK 3.


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Communicating with databases in natural language by M. Wallace Download PDF EPUB FB2

Research into man-machine communication has produced systems which allow the user to interrogate the database in natural language [Wallace, ]. Natural language systems are particularly useful for interrogating the database, rather than for designing the schema, subschemata, : E.

Yannakoudakis. Communicating with databases in natural language. Chichester, West Sussex, England: Ellis Horwood ; New York: Halsted Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All. The task of the database semantics project is to provide a model of natural language communication between human agents and robots.

The book is divided into three parts. This is a competent and carefully crafted book. The book will be valuable for instructors and graduate students in computer science and by: Review of "Communicating with databases in natural language" by Mark Wallace.

Ellis Horwood Article (PDF Available) January with 11 Reads. transforms a natural language query to a query tree, a sec-ond component that verifies the transformation interactively with the user, and a third component that translates the query tree into a SQL statement. We have constructed such an NLIDB, and we call it a NaLIR (Natural Language In-terface to Relational databases).File Size: KB.

This paper is an introduction to natural language interfaces to databases (NLIDBS). A brief overview of the history of NLIDBS is first given. Some advantages and disadvantages of NLIDBS are then discussed, comparing NLIDBS to formal query languages, form-based interfaces, and graphical by: Natural Language Interface to Databases: Development Techniques.

In the world of computing, information plays an important role in our lives. One of the major sources of information is database. Database and Database technology are having major impact on the growing use of computers.

This academic multi-disciplinary database provides than 8, full-text periodicals, including more than 7, peer-reviewed journals. In addition, it offers indexing and abstracts for more t journals and a a total of more t publications including monographs, reports, conference proceedings, etc.

Natural Language Database Query (NLDQ) is a subset of NLP that deals with NL inquiries against structured databases.

The essential specialization of NLDQ is that it transforms NL requests for information into SQL or some other database query language. So, semantics and relational database theory are combined to parse requests for contextual. Natural Language Processing (NLP) This section provides a brief history of NLP, introduces some of the main problems involved in extracting meaning from human languages and examines the kind of activities performed by NLP systems.

Background Natural language processing systems take strings of words (sentences) as their input andFile Size: KB. transforms a natural language query to a query tree, a sec-ond component that veri es the transformation interactively with the user, and a third component that translates the query tree into a SQL statement.

We have constructed such an NLIDB, and we call it a NaLIR (Natural Language In-terface to Relational databases). In Database Semantics, these ingredients are used for reconstructing natural language communication as a mechanism for transferring content from the database of the speaker to the database of the I of this book presents a high-level description of an artificial agent which humans can freely communicate with in their accustomed language.

Natural Language Processing 1 Language is a method of communication with the help of which we can speak, read and write. For example, we think, we make decisions, plans and more in natural language; precisely, in words. • Natural language for communication: Ch. 23 owned is a laptop.\爀屲 \爀屲Th\൥ computer can easily traverse this information in tables or “structured databases” and go from row to column to row and find it對s way to the Payment field and get the answer.\爀䤀琀 搀漀攀猀 琀栀椀猀 猀漀爀琀 漀昀 File Size: 3MB.

language. Database Natural Language Processing is an important success in NLP. Asking questions in natural user to communicate with the computer in a natural way over the Internet. A natural language web interface for accessing information is domain-independent and easy to use by: 8.

The size of the corpora is key for a truly representative sample of language. While it is easy to download databases of the top few thousand most frequent words in many languages, we are capable of providing lists of millions of items.

Such a list could be regarded as a complete database of a lexicon of a language. NLP needs a good understanding of semantics with statistics. These books do a great job of combining the both. Hands down my favorites - An Introduction to Natural Language Processing by Jufrasky, Martin Geometry and Meaning by Widdows Sentimen.

The task of the database semantics project is to provide a model of natural language communication between human agents and robots. The book is divided into three parts. This is a competent and carefully crafted book.

The book will be valuable for instructors and graduate students in computer science and : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. In Database Semantics, these ingredients are used for reconstructing natural language communication as a mechanism for transferring content from the database of the speaker to the database of the hearer.

Part I of this book presents a high-level description of an artificial agent which humans can freely communicate with in their accustomed. Natural communication requires not only verbal processing, but also non-verbal perception and action.

Therefore the content of this textbook is organized as a theory of language for the construction of talking robots. The main topic is the mechanism of natural language communication Cited by:.

Natural language processing came into existence to ease the user’s work and to satisfy the wish to communicate with the computer in natural language. Since all the users may not be well-versed in machine specific language, NLP caters those users who do not have enough time to learn new languages or get perfection in by: 6.This paper is an introduction to natural language interfaces to databases (NLIDBS).

A brief overview of the history of NLIDBS is first given. Some advantages and disadvantages of NLIDBS are then discussed, comparing NLIDBS to formal query languages, form-based interfaces, and graphical interfaces.

An introduction to some of the linguistic problems NLIDBS have to confront follows, for the. What is Natural Language Processing (NLP) Natural Language Processing (NLP) combines Artificial Intelligence (AI) and computational linguistics so that computers and humans can talk seamlessly.

Think the bridge in Star Trek, where the crew and space ship’s computer talk with each other to explore and survive.