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Fuzzy Language Models and Closed Domain Question Answering using Fuzzy Semantics

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The talk is derived from Richard’s M.Phil. project, in wh he created a natural language database interface capable of matching vague expressions like “a small city near San Francisco” against a relational model. It will outline some ideas behind the us logic as a more adequate model of vagueness in natural language semantics. The talk will also provide an introduction to other people’s work on fuzzy language models such as fuzzy n-grams, fuzzy regular languages, and fuzzy context free languages, thus inviting wild speculation about the nature of truth and other equally unscientific endeavors.

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