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Re: Ardlang

... I don't understand you. Really. What is called "predicates" in Lojban are just verbs (except that all nouns are derivations from verbs which is unusual
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 10, 2013
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1463

Re: Ardlang

... By the way, there's something I have wondered about Lojban. Except pure predicates, are the other features of Lojban arbitrary like in any other language.
rkupsala
Dec 10, 2013
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1462

Re: Ardlang

... Can you say that the whole PEG (or YACC) grammar of Loglan/Lojban describes only a predlang and nothing else? I just don't understand this term: predlang.
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 10, 2013
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1461

Re: Ardlang

... It follows a statistical approach, much as Google Translate and most other machine translation systems do. It has been my experience that beyond a limited
Stephen Rice
Dec 10, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... Thank you for the link. I hope this won't be yet another Google Translate where the corpus of texts is trying to overwhelm syntactic and semantic analysis.
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 9, 2013
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1459

Re: Ardlang

... That makes sense. Since I consider Lojban speakable (for me) and closer to a metalanguage then our views differ.
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 9, 2013
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1458

Re: Ardlang

... It depends on the method. Most modern machine-translation methods can be "trained" with a little feedback. Here's something that can technically be used
Stephen Rice
Dec 9, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

*Los noticias residual.* ┬┐Es posible para nos considerar Toki pona como una auxlang? Si yes, la description de la lengua distincto "Toki Pona Sin" es situada
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 9, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... For me it would be just easier to write in a language with formal syntax. And again I can't understand how can computers can progress without humans being
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 9, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... I understand the rationale; I'm just skeptical about the practical aspect. For strict AI purposes, what is needed is a knowledge representation language,
Stephen Rice
Dec 9, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

Indeed, I thought of another NLP, due to my profession. Just recently we had a big talk with colleages about it, so seeing the abbreviation I immediately
lingwadeplaneta
Dec 9, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... In fact the latest parser for Lojban was written by Masato Hagiwara, a Google NLP expert. It would ... Although my observations don't include a lot of
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 8, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... Looks interesting. I should steer my career path toward natural language processing. It would be a way to bring my work (programming) and my favorite hobby
rkupsala
Dec 8, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... oops, that's another NLP. I'm talking about this one: http://victoria.lviv.ua/html/fl5/NaturalLanguageProcessingWithPython.pdf
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 8, 2013
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Re: Ardlang

... Sorry then. Imagine you write a message in Lojban and then it's automatically translated to English, Chinese, Russian. It's much easier to use a language
Gleki Arxokuna
Dec 8, 2013
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