Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing (Part 1)


Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing (Part 1) .. CICLing 2011


Lexical Resources

Eduard Bejcek, Pavel Stranák, Daniel Zeman:
Influence of Treebank Design on Representation of Multiword Expressions. 1-14

Likun Qiu, Yunfang Wu, Yanqiu Shao:
Combining Contextual and Structural Information for Supersense Tagging of Chinese Unknown Words. 15-28

Rafiya Begum, Karan Jindal, Ashish Jain, Samar Husain, Dipti Misra Sharma:
Identification of Conjunct Verbs in Hindi and Its Effect on Parsing Accuracy. 29-40

Kishorjit Nongmeikapam, Dhiraj Laishram, Naorem Bikramjit Singh, Ngariyanbam Mayekleima Chanu, Sivaji Bandyopadhyay:
Identification of Reduplicated Multiword Expressions Using CRF. 41-51

Syntax and Parsing

Jun-ichi Tsujii:
Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. 52-67

Heshaam Faili, Ali Basirat:
An Unsupervised Approach for Linking Automatically Extracted and Manually Crafted LTAGs. 68-81

Loganathan Ramasamy, Zdenek Zabokrtský:
Tamil Dependency Parsing: Results Using Rule Based and Corpus Based Approaches. 82-95

Ahmed Hefny, Hany Hassan, Mohamed Bahgat:
Incremental Combinatory Categorial Grammar and Its Derivations. 96-108

Hiram Calvo, Omar Juárez Gambino, Alexander F. Gelbukh, Kentaro Inui:
Dependency Syntax Analysis Using Grammar Induction and a Lexical Categories Precedence System. 109-120

Wenjun Gao, Xipeng Qiu, Xuanjing Huang:
Labelwise Margin Maximization for Sequence Labeling. 121-132

Hiram Calvo, Kentaro Inui, Yuji Matsumoto:
Co-related Verb Argument Selectional Preferences. 133-143

David Marecek:
Combining Diverse Word-Alignment Symmetrizations Improves Dependency Tree Projection. 144-154

Samuel W. K. Chan, Mickey W. C. Chong, Lawrence Y. L. Cheung:
An Analysis of Tree Topological Features in Classifier-Based Unlexicalized Parsing. 155-170

Part of Speech Tagging and Morphology

Christopher D. Manning:
Part-of-Speech Tagging from 97% to 100%: Is It Time for Some Linguistics? 171-189

Dat Quoc Nguyen, Dai Quoc Nguyen, Son Bao Pham, Dang Duc Pham:
Ripple Down Rules for Part-of-Speech Tagging. 190-201

Selçuk Köprü:
An Efficient Part-of-Speech Tagger for Arabic. 202-213

M. Pilar Valverde Ibañez:
An Evaluation of Part of Speech Tagging on Written Second Language Spanish. 214-226

Luz Rello, Eduardo Basterrechea:
Onoma: A Linguistically Motivated Conjugation System for Spanish Verbs. 227-237

Word Sense Disambiguation

Diana McCarthy:
Measuring Similarity of Word Meaning in Context with Lexical Substitutes and Translations. 238-252

Marianna Apidianaki, Tim Van de Cruys:
A Quantitative Evaluation of Global Word Sense Induction. 253-264

Shangfeng Hu, Chengfei Liu:
Incorporating Coreference Resolution into Word Sense Disambiguation. 265-276

Semantics and Discourse

Paul Bédaride, Claire Gardent:
Deep Semantics for Dependency Structures. 277-288

György Szarvas, Torsten Zesch, Iryna Gurevych:
Combining Heterogeneous Knowledge Resources for Improved Distributional Semantic Models. 289-303

Viet Cuong Nguyen, Minh Le Nguyen, Akira Shimazu:
Improving Text Segmentation with Non-systematic Semantic Relation. 304-315

S. Menaka, Pattabhi R. K. Rao, Sobha Lalitha Devi:
Automatic Identification of Cause-Effect Relations in Tamil Using CRFs. 316-327

Shamima Mithun, Leila Kosseim:
Comparing Approaches to Tag Discourse Relations. 328-339

Hugo Hernault, Danushka Bollegala, Mitsuru Ishizuka:
Semi-supervised Discourse Relation Classification with Structural Learning. 340-352

Akira Ohtani:
Integrating Japanese Particles Function and Information Structure. 353-367

Alexander Mehler, Andy Lücking, Peter Menke:
Assessing Lexical Alignment in Spontaneous Direction Dialogue Data by Means of a Lexicon Network Model. 368-379

Opinion Mining and Sentiment Detection

Robert Remus, Christian Hänig:
Towards Well-Grounded Phrase-Level Polarity Analysis. 380-392

Zhen Hai, Kuiyu Chang, Jung-jae Kim:
Implicit Feature Identification via Co-occurrence Association Rule Mining. 393-404

Kazuyuki Matsumoto, Fuji Ren:
Construction of Wakamono Kotoba Emotion Dictionary and Its Application. 405-416

Dipankar Das, Anup Kumar Kolya, Asif Ekbal, Sivaji Bandyopadhyay:
Temporal Analysis of Sentiment Events – A Visual Realization and Tracking. 417-428

Text Generation

Eder Miranda de Novais, Ivandré Paraboni, Diogo Takaki Ferreira:
Highly-Inflected Language Generation Using Factored Language Models. 429-438

Sumit Das, Anupam Basu, Sudeshna Sarkar:
Prenominal Modifier Ordering in Bengali Text Generation. 439-450

Ana Cristina Mendes, Sérgio Curto, Luísa Coheur:
Bootstrapping Multiple-Choice Tests with The-Mentor. 451-462