Thompson, Bozena H. and Thompson, Frederick B. (1986) How to get a Large Natural-language System into a Personal Computer. California Institute of Technology . (Unpublished) http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechCSTR:1986.5215-tr-86
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The answer to the question of how to get a large natural-language system into a personal computer lies in the paging architecture of the system. The key is to use the input sentence, in conjunction with the lexicon and grammar table, to identify the minimal segments of both object code and data that must be brought into main memory. Once such a maximally paged architecture has been effectively implemented, it has wide ranging implications for process integration, networking and knowledge base distribution, and for the software engineering environment. The Natural Access System optimizes this architecture and exploits these implications.
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