An Overview of NLP in ALICE-chan
journal contributionposted on 01.01.1993 by David A.(David Andreoff) Evans
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Abstract: "The ALICE-chan project at CMU has developed a language-training environment for Japanese that uses natural-language processing (NLP) as a basis both for assisting instructors in preparing exercises and for evaluating student responses to exercises. This paper presentsan overview of the main components of ALICE-chan: the authoring and student interfaces and the natural language processing components."