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Title: Bridging the Gap Between Human Language and Computer-Oriented Representations
Authors: Cardenosa, Jesus
Gallardo, Carolina
Santos, Eugenio
Keywords: Knowledge Representation
Information Modelling
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: Information can be expressed in many ways according to the different capacities of humans to perceive it. Current systems deals with multimedia, multiformat and multiplatform systems but another « multi » is still pending to guarantee global access to information, that is, multilinguality. Different languages imply different replications of the systems according to the language in question. No solutions appear to represent the bridge between the human representation (natural language) and a system-oriented representation. The United Nations University defined in 1997 a language to be the support of effective multilinguism in Internet. In this paper, we describe this language and its possible applications beyond multilingual services as the possible future standard for different language independent applications.
ISSN: 1313-0463
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