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M. Quillian, Semantic Memory. Semantic Information
Processing, M. Minsky (ed.), MIT Press, 1968.
Author of the summary: J. William Murdock, 1997, email@example.com
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- Word meanings can be represented as labeled connections to
other word meanings.
Keywords: Spreading Activation, Semantic Network, Links, Natural
Summary: Discuses semantic networks with labeled links. Talks about
dictionaries as big sets of words with labeled links to other
words. Studies some psychological protocols of sentence understanding
including word ambiguity resolution. Suggests that a primarily
semantic approach can work well at this sort of problem.
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