Controlled natural language.

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A controlled natural language is a fragment of natural language with precisely defined syntax and semantics. Controlled natural languages are intended for use in situations where various language processing tasks---for example, translation or query answering---need to be performed efficiently and reliably, either by computers or by humans. One attractive feature of controlled natural languages is that a range of techniques developed in theoretical and computational linguistics can be applied relatively unproblematically, thus mapping the
controlled natural language in question into a logical formalism suitable for machine reasoning. The aim of this project is to use these techniques to develop and implement controlled natural languages whose complexity-theoretic properties can be precisely analysed.

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