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%0 Report %A Amar K. Das, Cleo Condoravdi, Kyle Richardson, Daniel G. Bobrow, and Richard Waldinger %T Answering Questions about HIV Drug Resistance using Natural Language Technology and Theorem Proving %I SRI International %D 2011 %K Deductive Question Answering, Natural Language Access to Data, Theorem Proving, HIV Drug Resistance, Interoperability %X Clinical researchers frequently need to access information in knowledge and data sources, but may lack familiarity with how information in a source is structured. To make such question answering easier, we are working on a prototype system, called Quadri, which uses a natural language English interface to request clinical information. %O submitted to a conference. %U http://www.ai.sri.com/pubs/files/1817.pdf

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