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    Memoization in Constraint Logic Programming

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    This paper shows how to apply memoization (caching of subgoals and associated answer substitutions) in a constraint logic programming setting. The research is is motivated by the desire to apply constraint logic programming (CLP) to problems in natural language processing that involve (constraint) interleaving or coroutining, such as GB and HPSG parsing.Comment: 11 page

    Paul of Hungary’s \u3cem\u3eSumma de penitentia\u3c/em\u3e

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    The Principle of Double Effect and Safe Sex in Marriage: Reflections on a Suggestion

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    Death and Lightness: Using a Demographic Model to Find Support Verbs

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    Some verbs have a particular kind of binary ambiguity: they can carry their normal, full meaning, or they can be merely acting as a prop for the nominal object. It has been suggested that there is a detectable pattern in the relationship between a verb acting as a prop (a \term{support verb}) and the noun it supports. The task this paper undertakes is to develop a model which identifies the support verb for a particular noun, and by extension, when nouns are enumerated, a model which disambiguates a verb with respect to its support status. The paper sets up a basic model as a standard for comparison; it then proposes a more complex model, and gives some results to support the model's validity, comparing it with other similar approaches.Comment: LaTeX, 8 pages, uses aclap.st
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