The following excerpt is from Hobbs, Jerry R. “Toward a useful concept of causality for lexical semantics.” Journal of Semantics 22.2 (2005): 181-209.
We’re collaborating on some educational work and came across this sentence in a textbook on finance and accounting:
- All of these are potentially good economic decisions.
We use statistical NLP but assist with the ambiguities. In doing this, we relate questions and answers and explanations to the text.
We also extract the terminology and produce a rich lexicalized ontology of the subject matter for pedagogical uses, assessment, and adaptive learning.
Here’s one that just struck me as interesting. This is a case where the choice looks like it won’t matter much either way, but …