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Active dependency formation in islands: How grammatical resumption affects sentence processing
M Keshev, A Meltzer-Asscher – Language, 2017 – muse.jhu.edu
… Active dependency formation in islands: How grammatical resumption affects sentence processing … Keywords. filler-gap dependencies, self-paced reading, Hebrew, islands, resumptive pronouns, filled-gap effect, sentence processing. 1. Introduction …

A Novel Approach For Information Retrieval Technique For Web Using NLP
R John, SS Govilkar – International Journal on Natural Language Computing … – academia.edu
… It’s critical to have a clear understanding of natural language sentence processing in the web page along with the … Following is the snippet code where we have used the parallel programming in which When you … International Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC) Vol …

Improving sentiment analysis via sentence type classification using BiLSTM-CRF and CNN
T Chen, R Xu, Y He, X Wang – Expert Systems with Applications, 2017 – Elsevier
… Since early 2000, sentiment analysis has grown to be one of the most active research areas in natural language processing (NLP … Liu, 2004, Pang, Lee, Vaithyanathan, 2002); a few researchers investigated negation words identification and/or negative sentence processing as a …

Improving natural language processing with gaze data
S Klerke – core.ac.uk
… 28 3.5 Representing scanpath snippets 30 … NLP Natural Language Processing … tics, the following passage describes how core NLP tools, syntac- tic parsing and language modelling, have underpinned testable competing models of human sentence processing (Demberg, Keller …

Cognitively Inspired Natural Language Processing: An Investigation Based on Eye-tracking
A Mishra, P Bhattacharyya – 2018 – books.google.com
Page 1. Cognitive Intelligence and Robotics Abhijit Pushpak Mishra Bhattacharyya Cognitively Inspired Natural Language Processing An Investigation Based on Eye-tracking Page 2 … That is why CL is also called natural language processing (NLP) …

Automatic text simplification
H Saggion – Synthesis Lectures on Human Language …, 2017 – morganclaypool.com
… e series consists of 50- to 150-page monographs on topics relating to natural language processing, computational linguistics, information retrieval, and spoken language understanding … Bayesian Analysis in Natural Language Processing Shay Cohen 2016 …

Chat-bot-based natural language interface for blogs and information networks
M Poongodi, V Vijayakumar… – … Journal of Web …, 2019 – inderscienceonline.com
… q initial state F final states. At each phase of the sentence processing, the state of the automaton is given with a triplet (w, q, s), where … Figure 4 A snippet of data in the database (see online version for colours) … Page 14. Chat-bot-based natural language interface 191 …

Communication Mediated through Natural Language Generation in Big Data Environments: The Case of Nomao
JS Vayre, E Delpech, A Dufresne… – Journal of Computer and …, 2017 – scirp.org
… In addition, morphosyntactic labels like “VERB” and “PREPPhr” will be replaced by corresponding natural language expressions randomly selected … Benedicte Pierrejean [5] evaluated 5000 text snippets generated by Nomao’s NLGs and found rather satisfactory results: 0.13 on …

Stefan Keine
C Hall – stefankeine.com
… “Locality domains in syntax: Evidence from sentence processing” Workshop on … of Comparative Germanic Linguistics: , , , Linguistic Analysis: Canadian Journal of Linguistics: Lingua: (× ), Journal of South Asian Linguistics: , Snippets … present Natural Language & Linguistic …

Gaze Strategies Can Reveal the Impact of Source Code Features on the Cognitive Load of Novice Programmers
LE Bruni – … and Cognitive Engineering: Proceedings of the AHFE …, 2018 – books.google.com
… many analogies but also specificities between reading and comprehending natural language and reading … For instance, a snippet containing arrays, nested loops or recursions would be … P., Teresa Bajo, M.: When translation makes the difference: sentence processing in reading …

Question answering for biomedicine
Y Liu – 2016 – era.library.ualberta.ca
… to offer structured, precise and salient answers to natural language biomedical questions posed … Google [68] is able to return a text snippet (extracted from the top hit) identifying beri-beri as a … answer snippets or other pieces of evidence are extracted from these publications …

Harnessing Cognitive Features for Sentiment Analysis and Sarcasm Detection
A Mishra, P Bhattacharyya – Cognitively Inspired Natural Language …, 2018 – Springer
… Cognitively Inspired Natural Language Processing pp 119-152 | Cite as … 6.1.3.2 Dataset 2. This dataset consists of 1059 snippets comprising movie reviews and normalized tweets. Each snippet is annotated by five participants with positive, negative, and objective labels …

Probabilistic semantics and pragmatics: Uncertainty in language and thought
ND Goodman, D Lassiter – The handbook of contemporary …, 2015 – cocolab.stanford.edu
… In this snippet the variable bias is not in scope at the top level where expression is defined, but it is in scope where expression is evaluated, inside the function bound to foo. For the natural language architecture described below this allows utterances to be evaluated in the local …

Bidirectional long-short term memory for video description
Y Bin, Y Yang, F Shen, X Xu, HT Shen – Proceedings of the 24th ACM …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… rele- vant temporal fragments were automatically chosen for gen- erating natural language description with … Networks (RNNs), to model the global tempo- ral structure in whole video snippet … pooled visual vector of the whole video into every sentence processing unit, thereby …

M/EEG analysis of naturalistic stories: a review from speech to language processing
PM Alday – Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… of Hale (2001) and Levy (2008), who proposed mappings from natural language processing methods … the local syntactic ambiguity and a model of parallelism in human sentence processing … recorded from subjects listening to 20 3-minute audiobook snippets, downsampled to …

Estimating Annotation Complexities of Text Using Gaze and Textual Information
A Mishra, P Bhattacharyya – Cognitively Inspired Natural Language …, 2018 – Springer
… Von der Malsburg and Vasishth (2011) correlate eye fixations and scanpaths of readers with sentence processing … help of the Princeton Wordnet, 7 Stanford CoreNLP Tools, 8 and Natural Language Toolkit (Bird … The SAC of a given piece of text (short snippets, in our case) can …

Cognitively Inspired Natural
A Mishra, P Bhattacharyya – Springer
… Page 6. Preface Natural language processing (NLP) is the field of research concerned with endowing computers with language ability—of understanding and generating lan- guage … That is why CL is also called natural language processing (NLP) …

Gaze strategies can reveal the impact of source code features on the cognitive load of novice programmers
A Wulff-Jensen, K Ruder, E Triantafyllou… – … Conference on Applied …, 2018 – Springer
… many analogies but also specificities between reading and comprehending natural language and reading … For instance, a snippet containing arrays, nested loops or recursions would be … P., Teresa Bajo, M.: When translation makes the difference: sentence processing in reading …

Corpora for Language and Aging Research 4 CLARe 4 in Helsinki, Finland 27 February–1 March 2019
C Lindholm, A Gerstenberg – 2019 – helsinki.fi
… 1 2 How can Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing help researchers to study communication behaviors in later age … 4 5 Age-related decline in sentence processing: deriving corpus-linguistic hypotheses from psycholinguistic data …

Unaccusativity in sentence production
S Momma, LR Slevc, C Phillips – Linguistic Inquiry, 2018 – MIT Press
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Carson T. Schütze
D Pesetsky, T Gibson – 2018 – linguistics.ucla.edu
… Morphology Applied Psycholinguistics Language and Cognitive Processes Glossa Linguistic Inquiry Natural Language and Linguistic Theory … 405. (2007) (ed.) Proceedings of the NELS 26 sentence processing workshop … Snippets 24, 16–17 …

Comprehension of computer code relies primarily on domain-general executive resources
AA Ivanova, S Srikant, Y Sueoka, HH Kean, R Dhamala… – BioRxiv, 2020 – biorxiv.org
… During code problem trials, participants were presented with snippets of code in … & Grabowski, 1990; Perkins & Simmons, 1988) and to natural language comprehension/generation … recruits systems outside the regions that support single sentence processing (Baldassano et al …

Shortest-path graph kernels for document similarity
G Nikolentzos, P Meladianos, F Rousseau… – … in Natural Language …, 2017 – aclweb.org
Page 1. Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pages 1890–1900 Copenhagen, Denmark, September 7–11, 2017 … (5) Polarity: Positive and negative snippets acquired from Rotten Toma- toes (Pang and Lee, 2005) …

Automated Medical Chatbot
K Rarhi, A Bhattacharya, A Mishra… – Available at SSRN …, 2017 – papers.ssrn.com
… A chatbot is a system that can interact with human users with natural language … Understanding Engine Connection Using Snippets … In the above snippet, we use the template tag to display response to the user and we use the sraix tag to pass the value of Star(*) to the url …

Thematic fit evaluation: an aspect of selectional preferences
A Sayeed, C Greenberg, V Demberg – … of the 1st Workshop on Evaluating …, 2016 – aclweb.org
… This space is con- structed from counts of rule-selected depen- dency tree snippets taken from a large … A probabilistic model of semantic plausibility in sentence processing … In Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Empir- ical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP …

Seeking nonsense, looking for trouble: Efficient promotional-infection detection through semantic inconsistency search
X Liao, K Yuan, XF Wang, Z Pei, H Yang… – … IEEE Symposium on …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… between the domain’s semantics and the content of its result snippet reported by a … SEISE relies on is automatically extracted from web content using Natural Language Processing … in the area has already made effective keyword identification and sentence processing a reality …

Sentence judgments and the grammar of poetry: Linking linguistic structure and poetic effect
S Blohm, V Wagner, M Schlesewsky, W Menninghaus – Poetics, 2018 – Elsevier
… variation. As a methodological contribution, our study aims to demonstrate that sentence judgments offer a high enough resolution to allow linking poetic effects to specific linguistic features, and to properties of sentence processing …

21 Probabilistic Semantics and Pragmatics
ND GOODMAN, D LASSITER – The Handbook of Contemporary …, 2015 – Wiley Online Library
… ? (bias)(? (e)(eval e)))(uniform 0 1))) (foo expression) In this snippet the variable bias is not in scope at the top level where expression is defined, but it is in scope where expression is evaluated, inside the function bound to foo. For the natural language architecture described …

Frequency-specific brain dynamics related to prediction during language comprehension
K Armeni, RM Willems, A Van den Bosch… – NeuroImage, 2019 – Elsevier
… reading, it is as of yet unclear whether these statistical quantities are also reflected in ongoing electrophysiological activity during natural language listening … On the basis of the average linguistic complexity within each snippet, we assigned the snippets into high or …

Discourse and dialogue
SE Brennan, AK Kuhlen… – Stevens’ Handbook of …, 2018 – Wiley Online Library
… Consider this snippet … (For discussion focusing on word and sentence processing, see Chapters … A group of computational linguists who were developing a natural language interface to a database query application made this point when they tried to list all possible variations of …

Hi, how can I help you?: Automating enterprise IT support help desks
S Mani, N Gantayat, R Aralikatte, M Gupta… – Thirty-Second AAAI …, 2018 – aaai.org
… ensemble of audio process- ing techniques which enables support agent to retrieve rele- vant video snippets based on … Generation: For each candidate sentence, we use SimpleNLG4 an open-source library for generating natural language question based … Sentence Processing …

Bootstrapping for electronic health record anonymization with minimal supervision
S Medina Herrera – 2017 – upcommons.upc.edu
… Jordi Turmo Borras, director of this Master thesis • Horacio Rodríguez Hontoria, coordinator of the Advanced Natural Language Processing subject • My family and friends iii Page 6 … on natural language processing and named entity recognition can be applied for automatizing …

Linguistic structure emerges through the interaction of memory constraints and communicative pressures
ML Lewis, MC Frank – Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2016 – andrew.cmu.edu
… speakers developed a system for marking in contexts where meanings were least predictable – a pattern reflected in the case-marking systems of natural language … [MLD, aMHC] Altmann, GTM & Mirkovic, J. (2009) Incrementality and prediction in human sentence processing …

GYANI: an indexing infrastructure for knowledge-centric tasks
D Gupta, K Berberich – Proceedings of the 27th ACM International …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… For instance, PoS annotations such as nouns can be used to generate text summaries or they can be employed for complex natural language processing tasks such as named entity recognition and … Processing these operators can be done using combination of different indexes …

Minding the gap?: Mechanisms underlying resumption in English
DA Chacón – Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 2019 – glossa-journal.org

Data-driven sentence simplification: Survey and benchmark
F Alva-Manchego, C Scarton, L Specia – Computational Linguistics, 2020 – MIT Press
… Furthermore, simplifying sentences automatically could improve performance on other Natural Language Processing tasks, which has become evident in parsing (Chandrasekar, Doran, and Srinivas 1996), summarization (Siddharthan, Nenkova, and McKeown 2004 …

Measuring neural efficiency of program comprehension
J Siegmund, N Peitek, C Parnin, S Apel… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… found a network of brain areas activated that are related to natural-language comprehension, problem … was to ensure that participants spent 20 to 30 seconds to understand a snippet. Understanding small code snippets with an approach based on semantic cues is very efficient …

A look into programmers’ heads
N Peitek, J Siegmund, S Apel, C Kästner… – IEEE Transactions …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… and understand- ing a programming language require the same struggles and challenges as learning another natural language … Whenever pos- sible, we let participants first comprehend a snippet, then, in a later trial, locate syntax errors in the corresponding snippets, with a …

PubMiner: An Interactive Tool for Demographic-enriched PubMed Searches
J Bockskopf, Y uning Chen, D avid Dowey, B Gao… – capstone.extension.harvard.edu
… al 2014] were used to obtain lemmas from sentences. Initial Sentence Processing … 10. Manning, Surdeanu, Bauer, Finkel, Bethard, McClosky (2014) The Stanford CoreNLP Natural Language Processing Toolkit http://www.anthology.aclweb.org/P/P14/P14-5010.pdf 19 Page 21 …

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SE BRENNAN, AK KUHLEN… – Stevens’ Handbook of …, 2018 – books.google.com
… Consider this snippet: Amanda: have you got a new job yet— < pause- Brad: I … delivered within prosodic contours.(For discussion focusing on word and sentence processing, see Chapters … A group of computational linguists who were developing a natural language interface to a …

An Information theoretic approach to production and comprehension of discourse markers
F Torabi Asr – 2015 – publikationen.sulb.uni-saarland.de
… other levels of human sentence processing. 1.2 Research questions While discourse relations and discourse connectives have been very widely studied in both theoretical linguistics and natural language processing, we still do not have a …

The best question: Explaining the projection behavior of factives
M Simons, D Beaver, C Roberts… – Discourse Processes, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… interpretation situation. There is, however, a real world situation which closely resembles it: the case of overhearing, as when someone walks past two individuals in conversation on a street corner and hears just a snippet of their talk. In …

Inquiries about the Evolution of Merge
D Hillert – 2020 – easychair.org
… years ago (mya). Only snippets of indirect evidence based mostly on fossil records and genetic material are available to model the components leading to the language-ready brain for fully-fledged modern languages. Here, we …

Search and Analytics Using Semantic Annotations
D Gupta – 2019 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de
… Using text alone, it is often difficult to satisfy the user’s information need. To discern the user’s intent behind queries, we turn to semantic annotations (eg, named entities and temporal expressions) that natural language processing tools can now deliver with great accuracy …

Experimental support for inverse scope readings of finite-clause-embedded antecedent-contained-deletion sentences
K Syrett – Linguistic Inquiry, 2015 – MIT Press
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A Look into Programmers’ Heads
N Peitek?, J Siegmund?, S Apel?, C Kästner?… – cs.cmu.edu
… and understanding a programming language require the same struggles and challenges as learning another natural language … Whenever possible, we let participants first comprehend a snippet, then, in a later trial, locate syntax errors in the corresponding snippets, with a …

Domain adaptation with minimal training
G Kundu – 2015 – ideals.illinois.edu
… problem by training a new model for every target domain. In natural language processing, top performing systems often use multiple interconnected models; therefore training all of them for … List of Abbreviations ILP Integer Linear Programming NLP Natural Language Processing …

Measuring changes in cognitive load in language processing through measuring postural sway
J Jang – 2017 – ideals.illinois.edu
… deviation, or the range of the COP excursion. Of the parameters available, a focus will be placed on the radial range of the COP excursion, because in a previous pilot study regarding sentence processing and balance, the range of …

Computer code comprehension shares neural resources with formal logical inference in the fronto-parietal network
YF Liu, J Kim, C Wilson, M Bedny – BioRxiv, 2020 – biorxiv.org
… has a consistent neural signature across people and if so whether this signature is similar to other culturally derived symbol systems (ie, logic and math) or similar to natural language … Each participant answered sixteen questions, each consisting of a code snippet with a blank …

Lexico-semantics
L Meteyard, G Vigliocco – The Oxford handbook of …, 2018 – books.google.com
… not “by analyzing decontextualized snippets of language”(2014, p. 231). Studies in situated language processing have long argued for the use of naturalistic tasks with real-time, online measures. In a typical experiment, participants will take part in a natural language task (such …

Comparing theories of speaker choice using a model of classifier production in Mandarin Chinese
M Zhan, RP Levy – 2018 – dspace.mit.edu
… 1 Introduction The expressivity of natural language often gives speakers multiple ways to convey the same mean- ing … Since the data contain web pages, many snippets are not meaningful content but automatically gen- erated text such as legal notices …

Learning to interpret and generate instructional recipes
C Kiddon – 2016 – digital.lib.washington.edu
… 16 2.5 Neural Networks for Natural Language Tasks … language using the above salsa recipe. Imperative Sentence Processing One semantic challenge encountered is identifying each action and its predicate-argument structure. The vast majority of sentences in a recipe …

Task complexity in history textbooks: A multidisciplinary case study on triangulation in history education research
C Kühberger, C Bramann, Z Weiß… – History Education …, 2019 – ingentaconnect.com
… are considered, in order to capture a situation in a respective snippet of reality … can add notions of complexity related to language use and human sentence processing costs … and accuracy: A large-scale learner corpus analysis employing natural language processing techniques …

Scalar implicatures in a gricean cognitive system
RET Breheny – 2018 – discovery.ucl.ac.uk
Page 1. 1 Scalar implicatures in a Gricean cognitive system Richard Breheny, University College London {Draft – To appear in, N. Katsos & C. Cummins, (eds) Handbook of Experimental Pragmatics. Oxford University Press. Please do not quote or copy} 1. Introduction 1.1 …

Conversational expectations get revised as response latencies unfold
S Bögels, KH Kendrick, SC Levinson – Language, Cognition and …, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… But experimental, and especially neurocognitive approaches to natural language use of this sort are in their infancy (see Bögels & Levinson … The other is to use an overhearer paradigm, where participants listen to conversational snippets (see, eg Gisladottir, Bögels, & Levinson …

Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Sign-Based Construction Grammar, and Fluid Construction Grammar: Commonalities and differences
S Müller – Constructions and Frames, 2017 – jbe-platform.com
Van Trijp ( 2013 , 2014 ) claims that Sign-Based Construction Grammar (SBCG) and Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) are fundamentally different from Fluid Construction Grammar (FCG). He claims that the former approaches are generative ones while the latter is …

Adverbs in VP ellipsis: an experimental investigation of antecedent selection
K Moulton – Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de …, 2019 – cambridge.org
Page 1. Adverbs in VP ellipsis: an experimental investigation of antecedent selection KEIR MOULTON University of Toronto keir.moulton@utoronto.ca Abstract This paper presents a case study of verb phrase ellipses with adverbially modified antecedents …

Island phenomena and related matters
R Chaves – Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar: The …, 2020 – hpsg.hu-berlin.de
… There is on-line sentence processing evidence that CNPC violations with more informative fillers are more acceptable and are processed faster at the gap site than violations with less informative fillers (Hofmeister & Sag 2010), as in (20) …

Unbounded Dependency Constructions: theoretical and experimental perspectives
RP Chaves, MT Putnam – 2020 – academia.edu
… 2018. A construction-conflict explanation of the subject-island constraint, 31th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Abeillé, Anne and Borsley, Robert D. 2008 … Natural Language Semantics 19, 257–321. Abrusán, Márta. 2014. Weak island semantics …

Language and other complex behaviors: Unifying characteristics, computational models, neural mechanisms
S Edelman – Language Sciences, 2017 – Elsevier

How to neutralize a finite clause boundary: Phase theory and the grammar of bound pronouns
T Grano, H Lasnik – Linguistic Inquiry, 2018 – MIT Press
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English resumptive pronouns are more common where gaps are less acceptable
AM Morgan, MW Wagers – Linguistic Inquiry, 2018 – MIT Press
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isn’t—’Experimental Semantics?
P Jacobson – … : Essays on the Metatheory of Natural Language …, 2018 – books.google.com
Page 55. 1 What is—or, for that Matter, isn’t—’Experimental Semantics? Pauline Jacobson 1.1 Introductory Remarks There’s a great wave of enthusiasm these days for work that goes under the rubric of experimental semantics …

Actionability and Incremental Interpretation
P Babkin – 2018 – search.proquest.com
… ambiguity (eg, lexical and structural ambiguities are pervasive in natural language expressions), and resolution of anaphora and ellipsis, all of which can be thought of as making the content maximally explicit (which natural language for the most …

The Best Question: Explaining the Projection Behavior of Factives
A Benz, K Jasinskaja – 2015 – cmu.edu
… interpretation situation. There is, however, a real world situation which closely resembles it: the case of overhearing, as when someone walks past two individuals in conversation on a street corner and hears just a snippet of their talk. In …

Removing Clausal Determiners in Kwa
S Korsah, A Murphy – Structure Removal – linguistik.philol.uni-leipzig.de
Page 1. Removing Clausal Determiners in Kwa Sampson Korsah & Andrew Murphy * Abstract is paper argues that the distribution of the clausal determiner in two Kwa languages, Akan and Gã, is best captured by appealing to Structure Removal …

The Best Question: Explaining the Projection Behavior of Factives
D Beaver, CR OSU, JT OSU – 2015 – asc.ohio-state.edu
… interpretation situation. There is, however, a real world situation which closely resembles it: the case of overhearing, as when someone walks past two individuals in conversation on a street corner and hears just a snippet of their talk. In …

Revealing the Temporal Dynamics in Non-invasive Electrophysiological recordings with Topography-based Analyses
X Wang, H Zhu, X Tian – bioRxiv, 2019 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. Revealing the Temporal Dynamics in Non- invasive Electrophysiological recordings with Topography-based Analyses Xuefei Wang1, Hao Zhu2,3,4 Xing Tian2,3,4* 1Fudan University 2Division of Arts and Sciences, New …

Finding Best Answers for New Questions In QA Systems
V Pande – 2015 – web2py.iiit.ac.in
… A fusion between question and answering systems and natural language search engines is regarded as one of the likely directions in which present … an ideal scenario, a search engine can serve similar questions and can use best answers as search result snippets when similar …

Focus on cataphora: Experiments in context
K Moulton, Q Chan, T Cheng, C Han, K Kim… – Linguistic Inquiry, 2018 – MIT Press
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Don’t Teach Coding: Until You Read this Book
LD Handley, SR Foster – 2020 – books.google.com
Page 1. Table of Contents Cover About the Authors Acknowledgments Introduction Who Is This Book For? Let’s Do It! CHAPTER 1: Prologues A WIZARD’S TALE A LANGUAGE WITHOUT A LANGUAGE WITHIN LANGUAGES …

Basic Design of the architecture and methodologies (second round)
G Rigau, B Magnini, E Agirre – academia.edu
Page 1. Basic Design of the architecture and methodologies (second round) Document Number D2.2 Project ref. IST-2001-34460 Project Acronym MEANING Project full title Developing Multilingual Web-scale Language Technologies …

Semantic Textual Similarity for Hindi
D AGARWAL – 2017 – web2py.iiit.ac.in
… Processing of short text has been one of the main focuses in the field of natural language processing … 1.1 Semantic Textual Similarity (STS) Semantic Textual Similarity (STS) is the measure of similarity between two short snippets of text at the semantic level …

Focus on Russian scope: An experimental investigation of the relationship between quantifier scope, prosody, and information structure
T Ionin, T Luchkina – Linguistic Inquiry, 2018 – MIT Press
… Under PSE, inverse scope is avoided because it is more costly, as it involves longer-distance QR. (4): Processing Scope Economy. The human sentence processing mechanism prefers to compute a scope configuration with the simplest syntactic representation (or derivation) …

The logic of intention reports
T Grano – Journal of Semantics, 2017 – academic.oup.com
… Finally, section 8 concludes and offers some preliminary remarks on how this study of intention reports might scale up to a larger investigation of what kinds of attitude predicates are and are not found in natural language. 2 The Empirical Landscape …

Segment-Based Temporal Information Retrieval
OMF Craveiro – 2016 – estudogeral.sib.uc.pt
… So, the extraction of temporal information from text documents is becoming increasingly important in many applications, such as natural language processing, information retrieval, question answering, etc … NER Named Entity Recognition NLP Natural Language Processing …

On prosodic vacuity and verbal resumption in Asante Twi
J Kandybowicz – Linguistic Inquiry, 2015 – MIT Press
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A New Diagnostic for Cyclic Wh-Movement: Discourse Particles in German Questions
J Bayer, J Häussler, M Bader – Linguistic Inquiry, 2016 – MIT Press
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Size matters: The syntax of disjunctive questions
M Gra?anin-Yuksek – Linguistic Inquiry, 2016 – MIT Press
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Charting the landscape of linguistics
C Freitag, A Trotzke – 2015 – ling.sprachwiss.uni-konstanz.de
… Freitag, C. & J. Bayer. 2015. Invisible verb-final parsing in German: Uncovered by NPIs. Poster presented at the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Univer- sity of Southern California, Los Angeles. 10 Page 17. Exceptive negation in Middle Low …

Selective opacity
S Keine – Linguistic Inquiry, 2019 – MIT Press
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Deliverable 4.5: Context-aware Content Interpretation
E Kontopoulos, S Darányi, P Wittek, K Konstantinidis… – 2016 – diva-portal.org
… Additionally, given that extremely long term DP is on the doorstep [Kazansky et al., 2016], quantum computing has just met quantum-inspired sentence processing [Zeng & Coecke, 2016], and the expected quadratic to exponential speedup it will bring is about to crossbreed with …

What constitutes teacher learning
RS Russ, BL Sherin, MG Sherin – Handbook of research on …, 2016 – books.google.com
Page 404. 6 What Constitutes Teacher Learning? Rosemary S. Russ University of Wisconsin, Madison Bruce L. Sherin Northwestern University Miriam Gamoran Sherin Northwestern University Introduction In this chapter, our …

Opaque intervention
F Heck, A Himmelreich – Linguistic Inquiry, 2017 – MIT Press
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Enhancing cognitive load measurement and user performance in human-computer interaction
N Attar – 2016 – search.proquest.com
… The study found that reading the title and URL of the search result page required less time than reading a text snippet and results displayed on the bottom of the search result page were viewed for a shorter time than the results displayed on the top of the next page …

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