Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Partiality and Underspecification in Information, Languages, and Knowledge, edited by Henning Christiansen, M. Dolores Jiménez-López, Roussanka Loukanova and Lawrence S. Moss.
In recent years, there has been a proliferation of technological developments that incorporate processing of human language. Hardware and software can be specialized for designated subject areas, and computational devices are designed for a widening variety of applications. At the same time, new areas and applications are emerging by demanding intelligent technology enhanced by the processing of human language. These new applications often perform tasks which handle information, and they have a capacity to reason, using both formal and human language. Many sub-areas of Artificial Intelligence demand integration of Natural Language Processing, at least to some degree. Furthermore, technologies require coverage of known as well as unknown agents, and tasks with potential variations. All of this takes place in environments with unknown factors. Continue reading