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1Interactive Natural Language Problem Solving: A Pragmatic Approach1983  Alan W. Biermann,R. Rodman,B. Ballard,T. Betancourt,G. Bilbro,H. Deas,L. Fineman,P. Fink,K. gilbert,D. Gregory,F. Heidlagea previous state. The domains of interest include matrix computation, where one can display tables of data and manipulate...

2Generation in the Lambek Calculus Framework: an Approach with Semantic Proof Nets2000  Sylvain Pogodallabut it has a quadratic complexity (less than the matrix computation). In this case, it is correct. Note: • Actually...