Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing V

Selected papers from RANLP 2007

Editors
| J.D.Power and Associates, McGraw-Hill
| Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
| University of Wolverhampton
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This volume brings together revised versions of a selection of papers presented at the Sixth International Conference on “Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing” (RANLP) held in Borovets, Bulgaria, 27–29 September 2007. These papers cover a wide variety of Natural Language Processing (NLP) topics: ontologies, named entity extraction, translation and transliteration, morphology (derivational and inflectional), part-of-speech tagging, parsing (incremental processing, dependency parsing), semantic role labeling, word sense disambiguation, temporal representations, inference and metaphor, semantic similarity, coreference resolution, clustering (topic modeling, topic tracking), summarization, cross-lingual retrieval, lexical and syntactic resources, multi-modal processing. The aim of this volume is to present new results in NLP based on modern theories and methodologies, making it of interest to researchers in NLP and, more specifically, to those who work in Computational Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, and Machine Translation.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 309]  2009.  x, 338 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editors' foreword
vii–x
Ontotherapy, or how to stop worrying about what there is
Yorick Wilks
1–20
Constraint-driven transliteration discovery
Dan Goldwasser, Ming-Wei Chang, Yuancheng Tu and Dan Roth
21–40
Towards radically incremental parsing of natural language
Wolfgang Menzel
41–56
Unsupervised graph-based word sense disambiguation
Ravi Sinha and Rada Mihalcea
57–72
Collaborative entity extraction and translation
Heng Ji and Ralph Grishman
73–84
Generating models for temporal representations
Patrick Blackburn and Sébastien Hinderer
85–98
The complexity of everyday language
Allan Ramsay
99–112
Detecting topic drift
Dan Knights, Mike Mozer and Nicolas Nicolov
113–130
Feature construction for memory-based semantic role labeling of Catalan and Spanish
Roser Morante and Antal van den Bosch
131–142
A maximization-minimization approach for update summarization
Florian Boudin and Juan Manuel Torres-Moreno
143–154
Integrating derivational morphology into syntax
Özlem Çetinoğlu and Kemal Oflazer
155–170
Biomedical named entity recognition using discriminative training
Sittichai Jiampojamarn, Grzegorz Kondrak and Colin Cherry
171–180
Completing lists of entities
Sisay Fissaha Adafre, Maarten de Rijke and Erik Tjong Kim Sang
181–192
Character n-grams as text alignment unit: CLIR applications
Jesús Vilares, Michael P. Oakes and Manuel Vilares
193–204
K-best, locally pruned, transition-based dependency parsing using robust risk minimization
Jinho D. Choi and Nicolas Nicolov
205–216
Minimal sets of minimal speech acts
Debora Field and Allan Ramsay
217–226
Semantic similarity of short texts
Aminul Islam and Diana Zaiu Inkpen
227–236
News from OPUS — A collection of multilingual parallel corpora with tools and interfaces
Jörg Tiedemann
237–248
Reusing contemporary language resources to PoS tag non-contemporary literary texts
Costanza Navarretta
249–258
Inference and domain independent mappings in metaphor understanding
Rodrigo Agerri, John Barnden, Mark Lee and Alan M. Wallington
259–268
ConceptNet: A lexical resource for common sense knowledge
Catherine Havasi, Robert Speer and Jason Alonso
269–280
Confidence measures and thresholding in coreference resolution
John Chen, Laurie Crist, Len Eynon, Cassandre Creswell, Amit Mhatre and Rohini Srihari
281–290
The influence of pronominal anaphora resolution on term-based summarisation
Constantin Orăsan
291–300
Morpheme-based language modeling for an inflectional language — Amharic
Martha Yifiru Tachbelie and Wolfgang Menzel
301–310
Issues in realizing the overall message of a bar chart
Seniz Demir, Sandra Carberry and Stephanie Elzer
311–320
The BulTreeBank: Parsing and conversion
Atanas Chanev, Kiril Iv. Simov, Petya Osenova and Svetoslav Marinov
321–330
List and addresses of contributors
331–334
Index of subjects and terms
335–338
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2009037711