Questions tagged [semantics]

For questions about meaning. Distinct from syntactics.

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In Artificial Intelligence, what are semantic analyses used for?

Semantics means the meaning and interpretation of words, signs, and sentence structure. Semantics largely determine our reading comprehension, how we understand others, and even what decisions we make ...
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Current status of semantics in natural language

It seems to me that current work in semantics of natural language processing is based on Tarski's book such as "Logic, Semantics, Metamathematics; Papers From 1923 To 1938", which is far from ...
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Is there a way to understand the type of a sentence?

I am a beginner, just started studying around NLP, specifically various language models. So far, my understanding is that - the goal is to understand/produce natural language. So far the methods I ...
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Choosing Instance Semantic Detection

A fixed video camera records people moving through its field of view. The goal is to detect and track the head, in real-time as it moves through the video. The norm is there are many heads, which ...
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How to find the category of a technical text on a surface-semantic-level

There are some predefined categories( Overview, Data Architecture,Technical Details, Applications etc). The requirement is to classify the input text of paragraphs into their resp. category. I cant ...
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Intelligence vs. Rationality?

This just popped into my head, and I haven't thought it through, but it feels like a sound question. The definition of intelligence might still be somewhat fuzzy, possibly a factor of our evolving ...
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What exactly are the differences between semantic and lexical-semantic networks?

What exactly are the differences between semantic and lexical-semantic networks?
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Can the English language ever be generalized using a set of grammar rules?

In programming languages, there is a set of grammar rules which govern the construction of valid statements and expressions. These rules help in parsing the programs written by the user. Can there ...
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What research has been done in the domain of “Identifying sarcasm in text”?

Identifying sarcasm is considered as one of the most difficult open-ended problems in the domain of ML and NLP. So, was there any considerable research done in that front? If yes, then what is the ...