COLING-ACL '98
36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics
and
17th International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Proceedings of the Conference
August 10-14, 1998, Université de Montréal
Montreal, Quebec, Canada


An unofficial list of papers presented in the procedings of the COLING-ACL '98



Many of the papers have been published online by the e-Print Archive


Volume I

Invited Papers

  1. Zhao Jun, Huang Changning
    A Quasi-Dependency Model for the Structural Analysis of Chinese BaseNPs, p. 1
  2. David Sankoff
    The Production of Code-Mixed Discourse, p.8

Regular Papers and Project Notes

  1. Eneko Agirre, Koldo Gojenola, Kepa Sarasola, Atro Voutilainen
    Towards a Single Proposal in Spelling Correction, p.22
  2. Lars Ahrenberg, Mikael Andersson, Magnus Merkel
    A Simple Hybrid Aligner for Generating Lexical Correspondences in Parallel Texts, p.29
  3. Mohammad Akbar, Jean Caelen
    Parole et traduction automatique: le module de reconnaissance RAPHAEL, p.36
  4. Hiyan Alshawi, Srinivas Bangalore, Shona Douglas
    Automatic Acquisition of Hierarchical Transduction Models for Machine Translation, p.41
  5. Pascal Amsili, Corinne Rossari
    Tense and Connective Constraints on the Expression of Causality, p.48
  6. Jan W. Amtrup, Volker Weber
    Time Mapping with Hypergraphs, p.55
  7. Chinatsu Aone, Mary Ellen Okurowski, James Gorlinsky
    Trainable, Scalable Summarization Using Robust NLP and Machine Learning, p.62
  8. Shlomo Argamon, Ido Dagan, Yuval Krymolowski
    A Memory-Based Approach to Learning Shallow Natural Language Patterns, p.67
  9. Saliha Azzam, Kevin Humphreys, Robert Gaizauskas
    Evaluating a Focus-Based Approach to Anaphora Resolution, p.74
  10. Amit Bagga, Breck Baldwin
    Entity-Based Cross-Document Coreferencing Using the Vector Space Model, p.79
  11. Collin F. Baker, Charles J. Fillmore, John B. Lowe
    The Berkeley FrameNet Project, p.86
  12. Petra Barg, Markus Walther
    Processing Unknown Words in HPSG, p.91
  13. Ken Barker, Stan Szpakowicz
    Semi-Automatic Recognition of Noun Modifier Relationships, p.96
  14. Caroline Barrière
    Redundancy: Helping Semantic Disambiguation, p.103
  15. Tilman Becker, Wolfgang Finkler, Anne Kilger, Peter Poller
    An Efficient Kernel for Multilingual Generation in Speech-to-Speech Dialogue Translation, p.110
  16. Kenneth R. Beesley
    Consonant Spreading in Arabic Stems, p.117
  17. Philippe Blache
    Parsing Ambiguous Structures using Controlled Disjunctions and Unary Qusi-Trees, p.124
  18. Ezra Black, Andrew Finch, Hideki Kashioka
    Trigger-Pair Predictors in Parsing and Tagging, p.131
  19. Rens Bod
    Spoken Dialogue Interpretation with the DOP Model, p.138
  20. Rens Bod, Ronald Kaplan
    A Probabilistic Corpus-Driven Model for Lexical-Functional Analysis, p.145
  21. Francis Bond, Daniela Kurz, Satoshi Shirai
    Anchoring Floating Quantifiers in Japanese-to-English Machine Translation, p.152
  22. Johan Bos, C.J. Rupp, Bianka Buschbeck-Wolf, Michael Dorna
    Managing Information at Linguistic Interfaces, p.160
  23. Cem Bozsahin
    Deriving the Predicate-Argument Structure for a Free Word Order Language, p.167
  24. Norbert Bröker
    Separating Surface Order and Syntactic Relations in A Dependency Grammar, p.174
  25. António Branco
    The Logical Structure of Binding, p.181
  26. Eric Brill, Radu Florian, John C. Henderson, Lidia Mangu
    Beyond N-Grams: Can Linguistic Sophistication Improve Language Modeling?, p.186
  27. Eric Brill, Jun Wu
    Classifier Combination for Improved Lexical Disambiguation, p.191
  28. Caroline Brun
    Terminology Finite-state Preprocessing for Computational LFG, p.196
  29. John D. Burger, David Palmer, Lynette Hirschman
    Named Entity Scoring for Speech Input, p.201
  30. Jill Burstein, Karen Kukich, Susanne Wolff, Chi Lu, Martin Chodorow, Lisa Braden-Harder, Mary Dee Harris
    Automated Scoring Using A Hybrid Feature Identification Technique, p.206
  31. Marie-Hélène Candito
    Building Parallel LTAG for French and Italian, p.211
  32. Claire Cardie, David Pierce
    Error-Driven Pruning of Treebank Grammars for Base Noun Phrase Identification, p.218
  33. Ciprian Chelba, Frederick Jelinek
    Exploiting Syntactic Structure for Language Modeling, p.225
  34. Hsin-Hsi Chen, Sheng-Jie Huang, Yung-Wei Ding, Shih-Chung Tsai
    Proper Name Translation in Cross-Language Information Retrieval, p.232
  35. Jen Nan Chen, Jason S. Chang
    A Concept-based Adaptive Approach to Word Sense Disambiguation, p.237
  36. Keh-Jiann Chen, Wen Tsuei, Lee-Feng Chien
    PAT-Trees with the Deletion Function as the Learning Device for Linguistic Patterns, p.244
  37. Sung-Kwon Choi, Han-Min Jung, Chul-Min Sim, Taewan Kim, Dong-In Park, Jun-Sik Park, Key-Sun Choi
    Hybrid Approaches to Improvement of Translation Quality in Web-based English-Korean Machine Translation, p.251
  38. Jennifer Chu-Carroll, Bob Carpenter
    Dialogue Management in Vector-Based Call Routing, p.256
  39. Nigel Collier, Hideki Hirakawa, Akira Kumano
    Machine Translation vs. Dictionary Term Translation - a Comparison for English-Japanese News Article Alignment, p.263
  40. Nigel Collier, Kenji Ono, Hideki Hirakawa
    An Experiment in Hybrid Dictionary and Statistical Sentence Alignment, p.268
  41. Michael A. Covington
    Alignment of Multiple Languages for Historical Comparison, p.275
  42. Dan Cristea, Nancy Ide, Laurent Romary
    Veins Theory: A Model of Global Discourse Cohesion and Coherence, p.281
  43. Alessandro Cucchiarelli, Danilo Luzi, Paola Velardi
    Automatic Semantic Tagging of Unknown Proper Names, p.286
  44. Hoa Trang Dang, Karin Kipper, Martha Palmer, Joiseph Rosenzweig
    Investigating Regular Sense Extensions based on Intersective Levin Classes, p.293
  45. Sabine Deligne, Yoshinori Sagisaka
    Learning a Syntagmatic and Pradigmatic Structure from Language Data with a Bi-Multigram Model, p.300
  46. Sylvain Delisle, Sylvain Létourneau, Stan Matwin
    Experiments with Learning Parsing Heuristics, p.307
  47. Ludmilla Dimitrova, Tomaz Erjavec, Nancy Ide, Heiki Jaan Kaalep, Vladimir Petkevic, Dan Tufis
    Multext-East: Parallel and Comparable Corpora and Lexicons for Six Central and Eastern European Languages, p.315
  48. Luca Dini, Vittorio Di Tomaso, Frédérique Segond
    Error Driven Word Sense Disambiguation, p.320
  49. Barbara Di Eugenio, Pamela W. Jordan, Johanna D. Moore, Richmond H. Thomason
    An Empirical Investigation of Proposals in Colloborative Dialogues, p.325
  50. Hai Doan-Nguyen
    Accumulation of Lexical Sets: Acquisition of Dictionary Resources and Production of New Lexical Sets, p.330
  51. Shinichi Doi, Shin-ichiro Kamei, Kiyoshi Yamabana
    A Text Input Front-end Processor as an Information Access Platform, p.336
  52. Michael Dorna, Anette Frank, Josef van Genabith, Martin C. Emele
    Syntactic and Semantic Transfer with F-Structures, p.341
  53. Marc Dymetman
    Group Theory and Linguistic Processing, p.348
  54. Markus Egg, Joachim Niehren, Peter Ruhrberg, Feiyu Xu
    Constraints over Lambda-Structures in Semantic Underspecification, p.353
  55. Mohammad Ali Elmi, Martha Evens
    Spelling Correction Using Context, p.360
  56. Martin C. Emele, Michael Dorna
    Ambiguity Preserving Machine Translation using Packed Representations, p.365
  57. Roger Evans, David Weir
    A Structure-sharing Parser for Lexicalized Grammars, p.372
  58. N. Ezeiza, I. Alegria, J.M. Arriola, R. Urizar, I. Aduriz
    Combining Stochastic and Rule-Based Methods for Disambiguation in Agglutinative Languages, p.379
  59. Antonio Ferrández, Manuel Palomar, Lidia Moreno
    Anaphor Resolution In Unrestricted Texts With Partial Parsing, p.385
  60. Olivier Ferret, Brigitte Grau, Nicolas Masson
    Thematic Segmentation of Texts: Two Methods for Two Kind of Texts, p.392
  61. Sharon Flank
    A Layered Approach to NLP-Based Information Retrieval, p.397
  62. Dayne Freitag
    Toward General-Purpose Learning for Information Extraction, p.404
  63. Takeshi Fuchi, Shinichiro Takagi
    Japanese Morphological Analyzer using Word Co-occurance - JTAG, p.409
  64. Pascale Fung, Lo Yuen Yee
    An IR Approach for Translating New Words from Nonparallel, Comparable Texts, p.414
  65. Osamu Furuse, Setsuo Yamada, Kazuhide Yamamoto
    Slitting Long- or Ill-formed Input for Robust Spoken-language Translation, p.421
  66. Susanne Gahl
    Automatic Extraction of Subcorpora based on Subcategorization Frames from a Part-of-Speech Tagged Corpus, p.428
  67. Björn Gambäck, Johan Bos
    Semantic-Head Based Resolution of Scopal Ambiguities, p.433
  68. Bilel Gargouri, Abdelmajid Ben Hamadou, Mohamed Jmaiel
    Vers lútilisation des méthodes formelles pour le développement de linguiciels, p.438
  69. Éric Gaussier
    Flow Network Models for Word Alignment and Terminology Extraction from Bilingual Corpora, p.444
  70. Marsal Gavaldà, Alex Waibel
    Growing Semantic Grammars, p.451
  71. Jin Guo
    One Tokenization per Source, p.457
  72. Vineet Gupta, John Lamping
    Efficient Linear Logic Meaning Assembly, p.464
  73. Pius ten Hacken, Stephan Bopp
    Separable Verbs in a Reusable Morphological Dictionary for German, p.471
  74. Udo Hahn, Klemens Schnattinger
    A Text Understander that Learns, p.476
  75. Jan Haji^c, Barbora Hladká
    Tagging Inflective Languages: Prediction of Morphological Categories for a Rich Structured Tagset, p.483
  76. Hans van Halteren, Jakub Zavrel, Walter Daelemans
    Improving Data Driven Wordclass Tagging by System Combination, p.491
  77. Thierry Hamon, Adeline Nazarenko, Cécile Gros
    A Step Towards the Detection of Semantic Variants of Terms in Technical Documents, p.498
  78. Masahiko Haruno, Satoshi Shirai, Yoshifumi Ooyama
    Using Decision Trees to Construct a Practical Parser, p.505
  79. Terrence Harvey, Sandra Carberry
    Integrating Text Plans for Conciseness and Coherence, p.512
  80. Julia E. Heine
    Definiteness Predictions for Japanese Noun Phrases, p.519
  81. Johannes Heinecke, Jürgen Kunze, Wolfgang Menzel, Ingo Schröder
    Eliminative Parsing with Graded Constants, p.526
  82. James Henderson, Peter Lane
    A Connectionist Architecture for Learning to Parse, p.531
  83. Mark Hepple
    Memoisation for Glue Language Deduction and Categorial Parsing, p.538
  84. Derrick Higgins
    Parsing Parallel Grammatical Representations, p.545
  85. Janet Hitzeman, Massimo Poesio
    Long Distance Pronominalisation and Global Focus, p.550
  86. Rebecca Hwa
    An Empirical Evaluation of Probabilistic Lexicalized Tree Insertion Grammars, p.557
  87. Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
    Terminological Variation, a Means of Identifying Research Topics from Texts, p.564
  88. Takahiro Ideka, Akitoshi Okumura, Kazunori Muraki
    Information Classification and Navigation based on 5W1H of the Target Information, p.571
  89. Michael Ingleby, Wiebke Brockhaus
    A Concurrent Approach to the Automatic Extraction of Subsegmental Primes and Phonological Constituents from Speech, p.578
  90. Masato Ishikazi, Tsuneaki Kato
    Exploring the Characteristics of Multi-party Dialogues, p.583
  91. Arne Jönsson, Lena Strömbäck
    Robust Interaction through Partial Interpretation and Dialogue Management, p.590
  92. Christian Jacquemin
    Improving Automatic Indexing through Concept Combination and Term Enrichment, p.595
  93. Donghong Ji, Junping Gong, Changning Huang
    Combining a Chinese Thesaurus with a Chinese Dictionary, p.600
  94. Hongyan Jing, Kathleen McKeown
    Combining Multiple, Large-Scale Resources in a Reusable Lexicon for Natural Language Generation, p.607
  95. Amanda C. Jobbins, Lindsay J. Evett
    Text Segmentation Using Reiteration and Collocation, p.614
  96. Mark Johnson
    Finite-state Approximation of Constraint-based Grammars using Left-corner Grammar Transforms, p.619
  97. Michael Johnston
    Unification-based Multimodal Parsing, p.624
  98. Krisiina Jokinen, Hideki Tanaka, Akio Yokoo
    Context Management with Topics for Spoken Dialogue Systems, p.631
  99. Kyo Kageura
    A Statistical Analysis of Morphemes in Japanese Terminology, p.638
  100. Sylvain Kahane, Alexis Nasr, Owen Rambow
    Pseudo-Projectivity: A Polynomially Parsable Non-Projective Dependency Grammar+, p.646
  101. Satoshi Kaki, Eiichiro Sumita, Hitoshi Iida
    A Methid for Correcting Errors in Speech Recognition using the Statistical Features of Chracter Co-occurence, p.653
  102. Hideki Kashioka, Yasuhiro Kawata, Yumiko Kinjo, Andrew Finch, Ezra W. Black
    Use of Mutual Information Based Character Clusters in Dictionary-less Morphological Analysis of Japanese, p.658
  103. Robert T. Kasper, Mike Calcagno, Paul C. Davis
    Know When to Hold 'Em: Shuffling Deterministically in a Parser for Nonconcatenative Grammars, p.663
  104. Genichiro Kikui
    Term-list Translation using Mono-lingual Word Co-occurance Vectors, p.670
  105. Byeongchang Kim, WongIl Lee, Geunbae Lee, Jong-Hyeok Lee
    Unlimited Vocabulary Grapheme to Phoneme Conversion for Korean TTS, p.675
  106. Judith L. Klavans, Min-Yen Kan
    The Role of Verbs in Document Analysis, p.680
  107. Tang Enya Kong, Mosleh Hmoud Al-Adhaileh
    A Flexible Example-Based Parser Based on the SSTC, p.687
  108. Yasuo Koyama, Masako Yasutake, Kenji Yoshimura, Kosho Shudo
    Large Scale Collocation Data and Their Application to Japanese Word Processor Technology, p.694
  109. Alexander Krotov, Mark Hepple, Robert Gaizauskas, Yorick Wilks
    Compacting the Penn Treebank Grammar, p.699
  110. Irene Langkilde, Kevin Knight
    Generation that Exploits Corpus-Based Statistical Knowledge, p.704
  111. Philipe Langlais, Michel Simard, Jean Véronis
    Methods and Practical Issues in Evaluating Alignment Techniques, p.711
  112. Benoit Lavoie, Owen Rambow
    A Framework for Customizable Generation of Hypertext Presentations, p.718
  113. Sungmi Lee, Key-Sun Choi
    Automatic Acquisition of Language Model based on Head-Dependent Relation between Words, p.723
  114. Yves Lepage
    Solving analogies on words: an algorithm, p.728
  115. Gina-Anne Levow
    Characterizing and Recognizing Spoken Corrections in Human-Computer Dialogue, p.736
  116. Volume II

  117. Wolfgang Lezius, Reinhard Rapp, Manfred Wettler
    A Freely Available Morphological Analyzer, Disambiguator and Context Sensitive Lemmatizer for German, p.743
  118. Hang Li, Naoki Abe
    Word Clustering and Disambiguation Based on Co-occurence Data, p.749
  119. Hui-Feng Li, Jong-Hyeok Lee, Geunbae Lee
    Identifying Syntactic Role of Antecedent in Korean Relative Clause using Corpus and Thesaurus Information, p.756
  120. Li Li, Deborah A. Dahl, Lewis M. Norton, Marcia C. Linebarger, Dongdong Chen
    A Test Environment for Natural Language Understanding Systems, p.763 1
  121. Dekang Lin
    Automatic Retrieval and Clustering of Similar Words, p.768
  122. Nicolaj Lindberg, Martin Eineborg
    Learning Constraint Grammar-style Disambiguation Rules using Inductive Logic Programming, p.775
  123. Diane J. Litman, Shimei Pan, Marilyn A. Walker
    Evaluating Response Strategies in a Web-Based Spoken Dialogue Agent, p.780
  124. Vincenzo Lombardo, Leonardo Lesmo
    Formal Aspects and Parsing Issues of Dependency Theory, p.787
  125. Susann LuperFoy, Dan Loehr, David Duff, Keith Miller, Florence Reeder, Lisa Harper
    An Architecture for Dialogue Management, Content Tracking, and Pragmatic Adaption in Spoken Dialogue Systems, p.794
  126. Qing Ma, Hitoshi Isahara
    A Multi-Neuro Tagger Using Variable Lengths of Contexts, p.802
  127. Takaki Makino, Minoru Yoshida, Kentaro Torisawa, Jun'ichi Tsujii
    LiLFeS - Towards a Practical HPSG Parser, p.807
  128. Raquel Martínez, Joseba Abaitua, Arantza Casillas
    Bitext Correspondences through Rich Mark-up, p.812
  129. Mark T. Maybury
    Discourse Cues for Broadcast News Segmentation, p.819
  130. David R. McGee, Phil R. Cohen, Sharon Oviatt
    Confirmation in Multimodal Systems, p.823
  131. Angus McIntyre
    Babel: A Testbed for Research in Origins of Language, p.830
  132. Surapant Meknavin, Boonserm Kijsirkul, Analada Chotimongkol, Cholwich Nuttee
    Combining Trigram and Winnow in Thai OCR Error Correction, p.836
  133. Adam Meyers, Roman Yangarber, Ralph Grishman, Catherine Macleod, Antonio Moreno-Sandoval
    Deriving Transfer Rules from Dominance-Preserving Alignments, p.843
  134. Andrei Mikheev
    Feature Lattices for Maximum Entropy Modelling, p.848
  135. Hideki Mima, Hitoshi Iida, Osamu Furuse
    Simultaneous Interpretation Utilizing Example-based Incremental Transfer, p.855
  136. Kyongho Min, William H. Wilson
    Integrated Control of Chart Items for Error Repair, p.862
  137. Ruslan Mitkov
    Robust Pronoun Resolution with Limited Knowledge, p.869
  138. Yutaka Mitsuishi, Kentaro Torisawa, Jun'ichi Tsujii
    HPSG-Style Underspecified Japanese Grammar with Wide Coverage, p.876
  139. Haijme Mochizuki, Takeo Honda, Manabu Okumura
    Text Segmentation with Multiple Surface Linguistic Cues, p.881
  140. Chadia Moghrabi
    Using Language Resources in an Intelligent Tutoring System for French, p.886
  141. Mehryar Mohri, Fernando C.N. Pereira
    Dynamic Compilation of Weighted Context-Free Grammars, p.891
  142. Shinsuke Mori, Makoto Nagao
    A Stochastic Language Model using Dependency and its Improvemtn by Word Clustering, p.898
  143. Pascal Mouret, Monique Rolbert
    Dealing with Distinguishing Descriptions in a Guided Composition System, p.905
  144. Masaki Murata, Makoto Nagao
    An Estimate of Refereent of Noun Phrases in Japanese Sentences, p.912
  145. Katashi Nagao, Kôiti Hasida
    Automatic Text Summarization Based on the Global Document Annotation, p.917
  146. Masaaki Nagata
    Japanese OCR Error Correction using Character Shape Similarity and Statistical Language Model, p.922
  147. Hiroshi Nakagawa, Tatsunori Mori, Nobuyuki Omori, Jun Okamura
    Hypertext Authoring for Linking Relevant Segments of Related Instruction Manuals, p.929
  148. Mikio Nakano, Akira Shimazu
    Translating a Unification Grammar with Disjunctions into Logical Constraints, p.934
  149. Christine H. Nakatani
    Constituent-based Accent Prediction, p.939
  150. Mark-Jan Nederhof
    An Alternative LR Algorithm for TAGs, p.946
  151. Marj-Jan Nederhof, Anoop Sarkar, Giorgio Satta
    Prefix Probabilities from Stochastic Tree Adjoining Grammars, p.953
  152. S. Nießen, S. Vogel, H. Ney, C. Tillmann
    A DP based Search Algorithm for Statistical Machine Translation, p.960
  153. Takashi Ninomiya, Kentaro Torisawa, Jun'ichi Tsujii
    An Efficient Parallel Substrate for Typed Feature Structures on Shared Memory Parallel Machines, p.968
  154. Sergei Nirenburg, Victor Raskin
    Universal Grammar and Lexis for Quick Ramp-Up of MT Systems, p.975
  155. Lewis M. Norton, Deborah A. Dahl, Li Li, Katherine P. Beals
    Integration of Large-Scale Linguistic Resources in a Natural Language Understanding System, p.980
  156. Franz Joseph Och, Hans Weber
    Improving Statistical Natural Language Translation with Categories and Rules, p.985
  157. Akira Oishi, Yuji Matsumoto
    Recognition of the Coherence Relation between Te-linked Clauses, p.990
  158. Lluís Padró, Lluís Marquez
    On the Evaluation and Comparison of Taggers: the Effect of Noise in Testing Corpora, p.997
  159. Shimei Pan, Kathleen McKeown
    Learning Intonation Rules for Concept to Speech Generation, p.1003
  160. Ivandré Paraboni, Vera Lúcia Strube de Lima
    Possessive Pronominal Anaphor Resolution in Portuguese written Texts, p.1010
  161. Junsik Park, Jung-Goo Kang, Wook Hur, Key-Sun Choi
    Machine Aided Error-Correction Environment for Korean Morphological Analysis and Part-of-Speech Tagging, p.1015
  162. David Pautler, Alex Quilici
    A Computational Model of Social Perlocutions, p.1020
  163. Gerald Penn
    Parametric Types for Typed Attribute-Value Logic, p.1027
  164. Vladimir Pericliev, Raúl E. Valdés-Pérez
    A Procedure for Multiclass Discrimination and some Linguistic Applications, p.1034
  165. Hannes Pirker, Georg Nikfeld, Johannes Matiasek, Harald Trost
    From Information Structure to Intonation: A Phonological Interface for Concept-to-Speech, p.1041
  166. Andrei Popescu-Belis, Isabelle Robba, Gérard Sabah
    Reference Resolution beyond Coreference: a Conceptual Frame and its Application, p.1046
  167. Richard Power, Donia Scott
    Multilingual Authoring using Feedback Texts, p.1053
  168. Victor Poznanski, Pete Whitelock, Jan IJdens, Steffan Corley
    Practical Glossing by Prioritised Tiling, p.1060
  169. Gábor Prószéky
    An Intelligent Multi-Dictonary Environment, p.1067
  170. Dragomir R. Radev
    Learning Correlations between Linguistic Indicators and Semantic Constraints: Reuse of Context-Dependent Descriptions of Entities, p.1072
  171. Adwait Ratnaparkhi
    Statistical Models for Unsupervised Prepositional Phrase Attachment, p.1079
  172. Tim Read, Elena Barcena
    JaBot: A Multilingual Java-Based Intelligent Agent for Web Sites, p.1086
  173. Chris Reed, Derek Long
    Generating the Structure of Argument, p.1091
  174. Stephen D. Richardson, William B. Dolan, Lucy Vanderwende
    MindNet: Acquiring and Structuring Semantic Information from Text, p.1098
  175. German Rigau, Horacio Rodríguez, Eneko Agirre
    Building Accurate Semantic Taxonomies for Monolingual MRDs, p.1103
  176. Brian Roark, Eugene Charniak
    Noun-Phrase Co-occurence Statistics for Semi-Automatic Semantic Lexicon Construction, p.1110
  177. James Rogers
    A Descriptive Characterization of Tree-Adjoining Languages, p.1117
  178. Douglas Roland, Daniel Jurafsky
    How Verb Subcategorization Frequencies are Affected by Corpus Choice, p.1122
  179. Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Lori S. Levin
    An Interactive Domain Independent Approach to Robust Dialogue Interpretation, p.1129
  180. Dan Roth, Dmitri Zelenko
    Part of Speech Tagging Using a Network of Linear Separators, p.1136
  181. Patrick Saint-Dizier
    A Generative Lexicon Perspective for Adjectival Modification, p.1143
  182. Ken Samuel, Sandra Carberry, K. Vijay-Shanker
    Dialogue Act Tagging with Transformation-Based Learning, p.1150
  183. Antonio Sanfilippo
    Ranking Text Units According to Textual Saliency, Connectivity and Topic Aptness, p.1157
  184. Anoop Sarkar
    Conditions on Consistency of Probabilistic Tree Adjoining Grammars, p.1164
  185. Kengo Sato, Masakazu Nakanishi
    Maximum Entropy Model Learning of the Translation Rules, p.1171
  186. Giorgio Satta, William Schuler
    Restrictions on Tree Adjoining Languages, p.1176
  187. Michael Schiehlen
    Learning Tense Translation from Bilingual Corpora, p.1183
  188. Frank Schilder
    An Underspecified Segmented Discourse Representation Theory (USDRT), p.1188
  189. Paul Schmid, Marius Groenendijk, Peter Phelan, Henrik Schulz, Sibylle Rieder, Axel Theofilidis, Thierry Declerck, Andrew Bredenkamp
    Natural Language Access to Software Applications, p.1193
  190. David Schneider, Kathleen F. McCoy
    Recognizing Syntactic Errors in the Writing of Second Language Learners, p.1198
  191. Mark Seligman, Christian Boitet, Boubaker Meddeb-Hamrouni
    Transforming Lattices into Non-deterministic Automata with Optional Null Arcs, p.1205
  192. Jean Senellart
    Locating Noun Phrases with Finite State Transducers, p.1212
  193. James Shaw
    Segregatory Coordination and Ellipsis in Text Generation, p.1220
  194. Harold L. Somers
    Similarity Metrics for Aligning Children's Articulation Data, p.1227
  195. Josep M. Sopena, Agusti LLoberas, Joan L. Moliner
    A Connectionist Approach to Prepositional Phrase Attachment for Real World Texts, p.1233
  196. Manfred Stede, Carla Umbach
    DiMLex: A Lexicon of Discourse Markers for Text Generation and Understanding, p.1238
  197. Luc Steels, Frédéric Kaplan
    Spontaneous Lexicon Change, p.1243
  198. Michael Strube
    Never Look Back: An Alternative to Centering, p.1251
  199. Tomek Strzalkowski, Jin Wang, Bowden Wise
    Summarization-based Query Expansion in Information Retrieval, p.1258
  200. Maosong Sun, Dayang Shen, Benjamin K. Tsou
    Chinese Word Segmentation without Using Lexicon and Hand-crafted Training Data, p.1265
  201. Yoshimi Suzuki, Fumiyo Fukumoto, Yoshihiro Sekiguchi
    Keyword Extraction using Term-Domain Interdependence for Dictation of Radio News, p.1272
  202. Gökhan Tür, Kemal Oflazer
    Tagging English by Path Voting Constraints, p.1277
  203. Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii, Kôiti Hasida, Itsuki Noda
    Reactive Content Selection in the Generation of Real-time Soccer Commentary, p.1282
  204. Pasi Tapanainen, Jussi Piitulainen, Timo Järvinen
    Idiomatic Object Usage and Support Verbs, p.1289
  205. Heike Tappe, Frank Schilder
    Coherence in Spoken Discourse, p.1294
  206. Davide Turcato
    Automatically Creating Bilingual Lexicons for Machine Translation from Bilingual Text, p.1299
  207. Naohiko Uramoto, Koichi Takeda
    A Method for Relating Multiple Newspaper Articles by Using Graphs, and Its Application to Webcasting, p.1307
  208. Takehito Utsuro, Takashi Miyata, Yuji Matsumoto
    General-to-Specific Model Selection for Subcategorization Preference, p.1314
  209. Evelyne Viegas
    Multilingual Computational Semantic Lexicons in Action: The WYSINNWYG Approach to NLP, p.1321
  210. Evelyne Viegas, Stepen Beale, Sergei Nirenburg
    The Computational Lexical Semantics of Syntagmatic Expressions, p.1328
  211. Eric Villemonte de la Clergerie, Miguel Alonso Pardo
    A Tabular Interpretation of a Class of 2-Stack Automata, p.1333
  212. Takahiro Wakao, Terumasa Ehara, Eiji Sawamura, Ichiro Maruyama, Katsuhiko Shirai
    Project for Production of Closed-Caption TV Programs for the Hearing Impaired, p.1340
  213. Marilyn A. Walker, Jeanne C. Fromer, Shrikanth Narayanan
    Learning Optimal Dialogue Strategies: A Case Study of a Spoken Dialogue Agent for Email, p.1345
  214. Stephen Wan, Cornelia Maria Verspor
    Automatic English-Chinese Name Transliteration for Development of Multilingual Lexical Resources, p.1352
  215. Ye-Yi Wang, Alex Waibel
    Modeling with Structures in Statistical Machine Translation, p.1357
  216. Mark Wasson
    Using Leading Text for News Summaries: Evaluation Results and Implications for Commercial Summarization Applications, p.1364
  217. Hideo Watanabe, Koichi Takeda
    A Pattern-based Machine Translation System Extended by Example-based Processing, p.1369
  218. Yasuhiko Watanabe, Makoto Nagao
    Diagram Understanding Using Integration of Layout Information and Textual Information, p.1374
  219. Yasuhiko Watanabe, Yoshihiro Okada, Kengo Kaneji, Makoto Nagao
    Aligning Articles in TV Newscasts and Newspapers, p.1381
  220. Eric Wehrli
    Translating Idioms, p.1388
  221. Graham Wilcock, Yuji Matsumoto
    Head-Driven Generation with HPSG, p.1393
  222. Yorick Wilks, Mark Stevenson
    Word Sense Disambiguation using Optimised Combinations of Knowledge Sources, p.1398
  223. Karsten L. Worm
    A Model for Robust Processing of Spontaneous Speech by Integrating Viable Fragments, p.1403
  224. Dekai Wu, Hongsing Wong
    Machine Translation with a Stochastic Grammatical Channel, p.1408
  225. Haodong Wu, Eduardo de Paiva Alves, Teiji Furugori
    Structural Disambiguation Based on Reliable Estimation of Strength of Association, p.1416
  226. Masaya Yamaguchi, Takeyuki Kojima, Nobuo Inui, Yoshiyuki Kotani, Hirohiko Nisimura
    Combination of an Automatic and an Interactive Disambiguation Method, p.1423
  227. Kazuhide Yamamoto, Eiichiro Sumita
    Feasibility Study for Ellipsis Resolution in Dialogues by Machine-Learning Technique, p.1428
  228. Alexander S. Yeh, Marc B. Vilain
    Some Properties of Preposition and Subordinate Conjunction Attachments, p.1436
  229. Takehiko Yoshimi, Toshiyuki Okunishi, Takahiro Yamaji, Yoji Fukumochi
    Evaluation of Importance of Sentences based on Connectivity to Title, p.1443
  230. Klaus Zechner
    Automatic Construction of Frame Representations for Spontaneous Speech in Unrestricted Domains, p.1448
  231. Klaus Zechner, Alex Waibel
    Using Chunk Based Partial Parsing of Spontaneous Speech in Unrestricted Domains for Reducing Word Error Rate in Speech Recognition, p.1453
  232. Xiaoheng Zhang
    Dialect MT: A Case Study between Cantonese and Mandarin, p.1460
  233. GuoDong Zhou, KimTeng Lua
    Word Association and MI-Trigger-based Language Modeling, p.1465

Student Papers

  1. Anja Belz
    Discovering Phonotactic Finite-State Automata by Genetic Search, p.1472
  2. Donna Byron, Amanda Stent
    A Preliminary Model of Centering in Dialog, p.1475
  3. Hua Cheng
    Embedding New Information into Referring Expressions, p.1478
  4. Olivier Ferret
    How to Thematically Segment Texts by using Lexical Cohesion, p.1481
  5. Oskari Heinonen
    Optimal Multi-Paragraph text Segmentation by Dynamic Programming, p.1484
  6. Oi Yee Kwong
    Bridging the Gap between Dictionary and Thesaurus, p.1487
  7. Mark Lewellen
    Neural Network Recognition of Spelling Errors, p.1490
  8. Diana McCarthy, Anna Korhonen
    Detecting Verbal Participation in Diathesis Alternations, p.1493
  9. Scott McDonald
    Target Word Selection as Proximity in Semantic Space, p.1496
  10. Elliot Smith
    A Cognitive Model of Coherence-Driven Story Comprehension, p.1499
  11. Ivelin Stoianov
    Tree-based Analysis of Simple Recurrent Network Learning, p.1502
  12. Scott M. Thede
    Predicting Part-of-Speech Information about Unknown Words using Statistical Methods, p.1505

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