Processing Problems in the IRUS Queries: An Empirical Verification of Problem Coverage in the Natural Language Sourcebook
Research rept. 1 Feb-30 Aug 1990
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES
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The Natural Language Sourcebook Read, Dyer, Baker, Mutch, Butler, Quilici, Reeves, 1990, a database of processing problems an intelligent computer system might have with natural language, was developed as part of the Artificial Intelligence Measurement System AIMS. One important use of the Sourcebook is as a means for evaluating intelligent computer systems with regard to their ability to handle specific processing problems. This paper provides an empirical verification of the problem coverage in the Natural Language Sourcebook by referencing output from one intelligent computer system, IRUS bates, Stallard, and Moser, 1985, to the Sourcebook exemplars.
- Computer Systems
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems