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Natural Language Interfaces to Databases: An Introduction

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Natural Language Interfaces to Databases: An Introduction
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 50

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This paper is an introduction to natural language interfaces to databases (NLIDBs). A brief overview of the history of NLIDBs is first given. Some advantages and disadvantages of NLIDBs are then discussed, comparing NLIDBs to formal query languages, form-based interfaces, and graphical interfaces.

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