The paper deals with the rules for converting natural language text with motion verbs into TIL-Script, the computational variant of Transparent Intensional Logic (TIL). This function is part of the TILUS tool, which is now being worked on, and which will be used for the needs of appropriate textual information sources retrieval and natural language processing. Our work is currently starting on a module that allows the transformation of a particular subset of natural language texts describing journey descriptions into logical constructions. Hence, in this paper, we focused on the transformation rules for sentences containing motion verbs describing the agent’s movement on the infrastructure. These rules are based on the utilization of Stanford typed dependencies representation and verb valency frames of motion verbs.
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