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Re: use of XML to encode linguistic structures

From: Gregory Alan Bolcer <gbolcer@endtech.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 16:03:54 -0700
Message-ID: <39C69F5A.4440BDF7@endtech.com>
To: Wally Flint <WFlint@gluecode.com>
CC: "'xml-dist-app@w3.org'" <xml-dist-app@w3.org>

Stemming way back to my machine learning days
as an undergrad, some phrases you'll never see
in electronic forms processing:

The old man the boats.
The horse raced past the barn fell. 
The granite rocks during the earthquake. 
Since Jay always jogs a mile seems a short distance. 

Wally Flint wrote:
> I'm interested in the use of XML to encode natural language structures (to
> facilitate easy electronic processing of internet documents). See for
> example, "the problem" and "the solution" at the following URL:
> (sorry if it's a little bit corny! ...that's a story I won't bore you with)
> http://people.we.mediaone.net/wallyflint/picturelanguage/revolution.html
> Just wondering if anyone can point me to resources describing the
> development of this kind of technology.

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