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    題名: The Intelligibility, Naturalness and Applicability a Future Trend of the Query Language
    作者: Huang, C. Henry;Chen, Ching-Tang
    貢獻者: 淡江大學管理科學研究所
    關鍵詞: 自然語言;查詢系統;資料庫管理系統;資料檢索;人類特性;Natural Language;Query System;Database Management System;Information Retrieval;Human Characteristics
    日期: 1990-07
    上傳時間: 2014-02-12 02:19:27 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Human factors and computer systems are being concerned concurrently with a significant contribution in the development of computer technology as well as in the various applications. This paper intends to study the intelligibility, naturalness and applicability for designing a natural language query system. The attempts will stress the importance of human characteristics and its role in the computer system. A proposed framework is developed, which consists of three components: a) The Natural Language Assistant Subunit (NLAS)- to manage the user's request and to provide an assisted role for the system, b) The Meaning Extraction Subunit (MES)- to analyse the user's request and to infer from the user's intentions, and c) The Information Retrieval Assistant Subunit (IRAS)- to present the adequate information alternatives of the user's request and to manipulate the user's choice into the DBMS (DataBase Management System) for retrieving.
    關聯: 北美華人學術研討會論文集=Proceedings of the 1990 Chinese American Academic & Professional Convent ion,頁213-216
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