The world is built with our words to each other basic and fine-tuned intensional profiles in Hungarian

Szeteli, Anna and Alberti, Gábor and Kleiber, Judit and Dóla, Mónika: The world is built with our words to each other basic and fine-tuned intensional profiles in Hungarian. In: Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia, (12). pp. 78-88. (2018)

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Our paper provides some theoretical background to a program which operates on a continuously changing world-model with possible speakers and listeners speaking about the world and each other. The agents’ information states are also continuously changing depending on changes of the model of the outer world, including their messages sent to each other, and each other’s information states. As a groundwork, we identify the pragmasemantic components of some basic sentence types and discourse markers compositionally. Then we present how speakers with their psychological egos can be separated from linguistically conventionalized addresser roles and how many pragmasemantic phenomena can be captured through pattern matching between addressers’ conventional profiles and the corresponding speakers’ information states, including a few elements of politeness. In short, the program is ultimately designed to simulate human intelligence through modeling human communication and language-based cognition in order to improve our theoretical background on the basis of the functioning of the program. And vice versa, we intend to improve the “machine” by building in its information treatment mechanisms as much language-based human intelligence as possible.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia
Date: 2018
Volume: 12
ISBN: 978-963-306-578-5
Page Range: pp. 78-88
Event Title: Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia (14.) (2018) (Szeged)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Nyelvészet - számítógép alkalmazása
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: p. 85-86. ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Date Deposited: 2019. Jul. 02. 15:40
Last Modified: 2019. Jul. 02. 15:40

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