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METHODS, SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE FOR GENERATING SENTENCES, AND VISUAL AND AUDIO COMPOSITIONS REPRESENTING SAID SENTENCES

 

Patent 2704163 by Krasimira Dimtchevska ( Krasi Dimtch) and Svillen Ranev

 

Abstract

The present invention provides methods, systems and software for: rule-based transforming of an initial thesaurus-like organized input lexicon into a rule-based lexical ontology containing inflectional forms of words represented by means of syntactical-complements- joining sets the elements of which are words that act as hidden semantic intermediaries mediating the syntactic pairing of words in a sentence; rule-based generating of sentences from sequences of interdependent instructions for syntactic pairing of grammatically correct inflectional forms of words having at least one semantic intermediary common to specified by said instructions pairs of syntactical- complements-joining sets representing said pairs of grammatically correct inflectional forms in said rule-based ontology; and, generating of visual and audio compositions representing said generated sentences.

 

CLAIMS: 
The embodiments of the invention in which an exclusive property or privilege 
is claimed are defined as follows:

1. A sentence generating method of sentence generating comprising:
(a) rule-based transforming of an initial input set of part of speech tagged 
words represented by means of part of speech tagged synonyms and antonyms representing the part of speech specific senses of said words into a rule-based ontology set wherein 
inflectional forms of  said words are represented by means of syntactical-complements-joining sets 
the elements of which are words that act as hidden semantic intermediaries mediating the 
syntactic pairing of said words;
(b) and, rule-based generating of a two-word sentence or a two-word phrase 
from a pairing 
instruction for performing a set intersection operation on two syntactical- complements- 
joining sets, said sets representing two inflectional forms of words in said rule-based 
ontology set, and if said two syntactical-complements-joining sets contain a common 
semantic intermediary element, then generating said two-word sentence or said 
two-word phrase by pairing to each other said two inflectional forms of words.

2. The method of claim 1 wherein said rule-based transforming of said initial 
input set of words into said rule-based ontology set comprises rule-based transforming of input 
sets of synonyms and antonyms representing a source word into derivative output sets 
of words, said source word and said synonyms and antonyms having rule-based derived part 
of speech composite tags.

3. The method of claim 2 wherein said rule-based transforming of said initial 
input set of words into said derivative sets comprises: rule-based transforming of input sets of 
synonyms and antonyms into temporary casualty output sets; and, rule-based transforming of 
temporary casualty input sets into temporary multiple-casualty output sets.

4. The method of claim 1 wherein said rule-based transforming of said initial 
input set into said rule-based ontology set further comprises transforming sequences of derivative 
sets representing the connectivity between pairs of syntactically compatible words 
into prototypes for identifying the elements of said syntactical-complement-joining 
sets that act as hidden semantic intermediaries mediating the syntactic pairing of said 
syntactically compatible words.

5. The method of claim 4 wherein said transforming of said sequences of 
derivative sets into said prototypes comprises the forming of two component identification 
structures of a binary structure said binary structure representing the connectivity between pairs of 
syntactically compatible words and said forming performed in accordance with requirements 
that satisfy assumptions inspired by neural patterns of cortical organization.

6. The method of claim 4 wherein said transforming of said sequences of 
derivative sets into said prototypes further comprises the steps of identifying a set of words that 
can act as hidden semantic intermediaries.

7. The method of claim 4 wherein said transforming of said sequences of 
derivative sets into said prototypes further comprises: forming successor identification 
structures; analyzing the merits of said successor identification structures and based on said 
analyzing, selecting an identification structure to be used as a designated for the identification of 
semantic intermediaries prototype.

8. The method of claim 1 wherein said transforming of said initial input set into said rule-based ontology set further comprises the rule-based generating of said rule-based 
ontology set, said generating performed by applying prototypes designated for the identification 
of semantic intermediaries.