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1Constraint Projection: An Efficient Treatment Of Disjunctive Feature Descriptions1991  Mikio Nakanois regarded as a constraint satisfaction problem. Furthermore, solving a constraint satisfaction problem is identical to...

2Eliminative Parsing with Graded Constraintsconstraints, thus parsing is considered a constraint satisfaction problem (CSP). Eliminative parsing by itself shows...

3An InformationState Approach to Collaborative Referencehow interlocutors together set up and solve a constraintsatisfaction problem to identify a target object. In any state, D...

4A System for Semantic Analysis of Chemical Compound Names2009  Henriette Engelkenmodeling each nametostructure task as a socalled constraint satisfaction problem (CSP) and thereby accomplish mapping and cla...

5Structural Disambiguation With Constraint Propagation1990  Maruyama, Hiroshimodifications. CDG parsing is formalized as a constraint satisfaction problem over a finite domain so that efficient const...

6Learning DependencyBased Compositional Semanticswith only join relations. Such a z defines a constraint satisfaction problem (CSP) with nodes as variables. The CSP has two...

7Topological Dependency Trees: A ConstraintBased Account of Linear Precedence2001  Denys Duchier,Ralph Debusmanndefines valid analyses as the solutions of a constraint satisfaction problem which is amenable to efficient processing through...

8Empirically Estimating Order Constraints for Content Planning in Generationwe produce a plan that can be expressed as a constraintsatisfaction problem. In this paper, we focus on learning the plan...

9Generating with a Grammar Based on Tree Descriptions: a ConstraintBased Approach2001  Claire Gardent,Stefan ThaterIn constraint programming, the solutions to a constraint satisfaction problem (CSP) are found by alternating propagation with...

10ComposeReduce Parsingto date of any linear time solution to the constraint satisfaction problem. On this basis, one would clearly prefer a ...