Semantic Association of Strings

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garma 101 Feb 12, 2007 at 22:33

Hello folks,

I’m looking for a way to match simple linguistic expressions such as:

  1. The red light is on
  2. A red sign is activated

I’ve looked into natural language processing but this might be over the top. I am not looking for an exact match per sé, a probability is good enough. My system will have to learn from correct or incorrect associations, so if a match between

  1. The red light is on
  2. The red light is activated

is correct, the association between ‘on’ and ‘activated’ will be stronger.

I can think of some ways to do it but I can’t imagine I’m the first to try this so if you guys have any pointers for me that can get me started I’d be most thankful.

Thanks!

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monjardin 102 Feb 13, 2007 at 03:24

I really don’t know much about this field, but the old SHRDLU project is probably worth checking out. The source code is available too (written in LISP if I recall correctly).

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synd66 101 Apr 04, 2007 at 20:42

@monjardin

I really don’t know much about this field, but the old SHRDLU project is probably worth checking out. The source code is available too (written in LISP if I recall correctly).

Nice link monjardin Thanks