S-CASE Blog | Software Requirements: A new Domain for Semantic Parsers

We recently got a research paper on our work in S-CASE accepted at a workshop on semantic parsing. We propose to automatically map software requirements written in natural language to formal representations, with the goal of reducing emerging problems such as ambiguity and incompleteness. As first steps towards this goal, we present an initial data set of requirements and describe an ontology for representing them conceptually.

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