Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing IV

Selected papers from RANLP 2005

Editors
| Umbria, Inc.
| University of Sheffield
| Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
| University of Wolverhampton
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ISBN 9789027248077 | EUR 115.00 | USD 173.00
 
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This volume brings together selected and revised papers from the international conference on “Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing”, held in Borovets, Bulgaria, in September 2005. The best papers have been selected for this volume with the aim to reflect the most promising and significant trends in natural language processing. The volume covers a wide variety of topics in Natural Language Processing, including information extraction, indexing, latent semantic analysis, dependency parsing, anaphora and referring expressions, spam analysis, document classification, rhetorical relations, textual entailment, question answering, ontologies, word sense disambiguation, machine translation, treebanks and corpora.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 292]  2007.  xii, 307 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editors' Foreword
ix–xii
Part I. Computation for linguistics
Linguistic challenges for computationalists
John Nerbonne
1–16
Part II. Information extraction & indexing
NLP: An information extraction perspective
Ralph Grishman
17–23
Semantic indexing using minimum redundancy cut in ontologies
Florian Seydoux and Jean-Cédric Chappelier
25–34
Indexing and querying linguistic metadata and document content
Niraj Aswani, Valentin Tablan, Kalina Bontcheva and Hamish Cunningham
35–44
Term representation with Generalized Latent Semantic Analysis
Irina Matveeva, Gina-Anne Levow, Ayman Farahat and Christiaan Royer
45–54
Part III. Parsing
Multilingual dependency parsing: A pipeline approach
Ming-Wei Chang, Quang Do and Dan Roth
55–78
How does treebank annotation influence parsing? Or how not to compare apples and oranges
Sandra Kübler
79–88
The SenSem project: Syntactico-semantic annotation of sentences in Spanish
Laura Alonso i Alemany, Joan Antoni Capilla, Irene Castellón Masalles, Ana Fernández-Montraveta and Gloria Vázquez
89–98
Part IV. Anaphora & referring expressions
Generating referring expressions: Past, present and future
Robert Dale
99–114
A data-driven approach to pronominal anaphora resolution for German
Erhard W. Hinrichs, Katja Filippova and Holger Wunsch
115–124
Part V. Classification
Efficient spam analysis for weblogs through URL segmentation
Nicolas Nicolov and Franco Salvetti
125–136
Document classification using semantic networks with an adaptive similarity measure
Filip Ginter, Sampo Pyysalo and Tapio Salakoski
137–146
Text summarization for improved text classification
Rada Mihalcea and Samer Hassan
147–156
Exploiting linguistic cues to classify rhetorical relations
Caroline Sporleder and Alex Lascarides
157–166
Part VI. Textual entailment & question answering
Tree edit distance for textual entailment
Milen Kouylekov and Bernardo Magnini
167–176
A genetic algorithm for optimising information retrieval with linguistic features in question answering
Jörg Tiedemann
177–186
Lexico-syntactic subsumption for textual entailment
Vasile Rus and Arthur C. Graesser
187–196
A knowledge-based approach to text-to-text similarity
Courtney Corley, Andras Csomai and Rada Mihalcea
197–206
Part VII. Ontologies
A simple WWW-based method for semantic word class acquisition
Keiji Shinzato and Kentaro Torisawa
207–216
Automatic building of Wordnets
Eduard Barbu and Verginica Barbu Mititelu
217–226
Part VIII. Machine translation
Lexical transfer selection using annotated parallel corpora
Stelios Piperidis, Panagiotis Dimitrakis and Irene Balta
227–236
Multi-perspective evaluation of the FAME speech-to-speech translation system for Catalan, English and Spanish
Victoria Arranz, Elisabet Comelles and David Farwell
237–246
Parallel corpora for medium density languages
Dániel Varga, Péter Halácsy, András Kornai, Viktor Nagy, László Németh and Viktor Trón
247–258
Part IX. Corpora
The role of data in NLP: The case for dataset profiling
Anne De Roeck
259–266
Even very frequent function words do not distribute homogeneously
Anne De Roeck, Avik Sarkar and Paul H. Garthwaite
267–276
Exploiting parallel texts to produce a multilingual sense tagged corpus for word sense disambiguation
Lucia Specia, Maria das Graças V. Nunes and Mark Stevenson
277–286
Detecting dangerous coordination ambiguities using word distribution
Francis Chantree, Alistair Willis, Adam Kilgarriff † and Anne De Roeck
287–296
List and addresses of contributors
297–301
Index of subjects and terms
303–307
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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