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General Discussion => Small talk => Topic started by: Kilian on 2007-11-16 01:52:25

Title: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2007-11-16 01:52:25
[Logic Programming] is even slightly Prolog-independent.

Since we're in a biblical environment, there could also be no father of a person.

It is important in disguise.

Would anybody be interested in that? Good. So it wouldn't be the empty seminar.
Title: Re: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2007-12-05 16:10:36
It is extremely useful, unfortunately.
Title: Re: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2008-01-16 23:34:43
And of course, the program introduces some highly intuitive type names like "most_general_common_subtype_1211".

This is something you would do yourself, as you don't typically have a Hiwi to figure out bounded completeness.
Title: Re: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2008-02-14 11:07:17
The rest is rather pedestrian here.
Title: Re: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2010-09-06 08:51:33
A: From a computational perspective, this isn't huge.
C: From a page formatting perspective, it is.
Title: Re: Quotes: Logical Programming for Grammar Implementations
Post by: Kilian on 2011-04-12 09:51:40
Wenn die Verkehrsgesellschaft eine neue Haltestelle erfindet, muss die Frau, die die Haltestellen eingesprochen hat, noch einmal ins Studio und muss die neue Haltestelle einsprechen mit einer zehn Jahre älteren Stimme. So lange dauert es nämlich, eine neue Haltestelle einzuführen.

Wenn Porsche jetzt sagt: Wir wollen, dass unser Navi toll und angeberisch klingt wie alles bei Porsche... und nicht so wie bei BMW...

Manche leuchten, wenn man sie liest. (Zusammenhang nicht überliefert. Kommentar von Laura: Goethe nicht – er fragte nach mehr Licht.)