The situated common-sense knowledge in FunGramKB
It has been widely demonstrated that expectation-based schemata, along the lines of Lakoff’s propositional Idealized Cognitive Models, play a crucial role in text comprehension. Discourse inferences are grounded on the shared generalized knowledge which is activated from the situational model underlying the text surface dimension. From a cognitive-plausible and linguistic-aware approach to knowledge representation, FunGramKB stands out for being a dynamic repository of lexical, constructional and conceptual knowledge which contributes to simulate human-level reasoning. The objective of this paper is to present a script model as a carrier of the situated common-sense knowledge required to help knowledge engineers construct more “intelligent” natural language processing systems.
Keywords: FunGramKB, common-sense knowledge, situated knowledge, natural language understanding, script
Published online: 15 June 2012
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