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Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science by Michael Zock, Mai Yanagimura, Elena Yagunova, Svetlana Volskaya, Jordi Turmo, Susanna Tron, Rocco Tripodi, Radu Topor, Ludovic Tanguy, David Suendermann-Oeft, Elizabeth Rosenfeld, Horacio Rodriguez, Livio Robaldo, Solange O. Rezende, Michaela Regneri, Lidia Pivovarova, Marcello Pelillo, Catherine Pelachaud, Thiago S. Pardo, Ali M. Naderi, Sachiyo Muranishi, Michael Muck, Martin Mory, Francois Morlane-Hondere, Tarek Mehrez, Wieslaw Lubaszewski, Patrick Lange, Shingo Kuroiwa, Manfred Klenner, Diane King, Mohamed Hamed Kholief, Alexei V. Ivanov, Yasuo Horiuchi, Nora Hollenstein, Myriam Hernandez Alvarez, Jiri Havelka, Nabil Hathout, Marcin Hareza, Jose M. Gomez, Emiliano Giovannetti, Nadine Glas, Daniela Gifu, Izabela Gatkowska, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Daisuke Furukawa, Richard Frost, Cécile Fabre, Ahmed Magdy Ezzeldin, Yasser El-Sonbaty, Luigi Di Caro, Matthew Crocker, Dan Cristea, Jan Curin, Conrado S. Merley, Pawel Chrzazcz, Jesus Calvillo, Mohamed Amine Boukhaled, Guido Boella, Jared Bernstein, Alessia Bellusci, Andrea Bellandi, Raimo Bakis, Eniafe Festus Ayetiran, Michael Amsler, Nabil Abdullah, César Aguilar, Olga Acosta, Rodolfo Delmonte, Bernadette Sharp

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Michael Zock and Dan Cristea

You Shall Find the Target Via its Companion Words: Specifications of a Navigational Tool to Help Authors to Overcome the Tip-Of-The-Tongue Problem

Abstract: The ability to retrieve ‘words’ is a prerequisite for speaking or writing. While this seems trivial as we succeed most of the time, it is not simple at all and it can become quite annoying if ever we fail or require too much time. The resulting silence puts pressure on the speaker’s and the listener’s mind, as it disrupts the fluency of encoding (planning what to say) and decoding (interpretation of the linguistic form). When lacking information for a given ‘word’ (for example, its form), we tend to reach for a dictionary. While this works generally quite well ...

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