CLIME

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  • System Name: CLIME
  • Short Description: Automated responses to queries, posed in natural language, of any prescriptive semi-formal documentation
  • URL: http://www.bmtech.co.uk/clime
  • System Builders: Piwek, Evans, Power[1][2][3][4]
  • Development Period: 1998–2001
  • Languages: English, French
  • Domain: documentation

Description

CLIME is a system to provide automated responses to queries, posed in natural language, of any semi-formal documentation of a prescriptive nature, such as codes of practice and other quasi-legal documentation. The CLIME project takes advantage of the semi-regular nature of this information to allow the integration of working NL software with existing expertise in codifying legal reasoning, to provide a usable and useful system.

References

  1. Evans, R., Piwek, P., Cahill, L., & Tipper, N. (2006). Natural language processing in CLIME, a multilingual legal advisory system. Natural Language Engineering, 14(1), 101. Bib
  2. Piwek, P., Evans, R., & Power, R. (1998). Natural language dialogue and knowledge base editing. Paper presented at Paper presented at CLIN IX (Computational Linguistics in Netherlands Meeting), Leuven, Belgium. Bib
  3. Piwek, P., Evans, R., & Power, R. (1999). Dialogue as Knowledge Editing (No. ITRI-99-11). ITRI, University of Brighton. Bib
  4. Piwek, P., Evans, R., & Power, R. (1999). Editing speech acts: a practical approach to human-machine dialogue. Paper presented at Preproceedings of Amstelogue'99: Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Amsterdam. Bib
Facts about CLIMERDF feed
DescriptionAutomated responses to queries, posed in natural language, of any prescriptive semi-formal documentation  +
Domaindocumentation  +
Ended2001  +
LanguageEnglish  +, and French  +
NameCLIME  +
Started1998  +
URLhttp://www.bmtech.co.uk/clime  +
WorkerPiwek  +, Evans  +, and Power  +
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