Recent Advances in Automatic Readability Assessment and Text Simplification

Special issue of ITL 165:2 (2014)

Editors
| Université catholique de Louvain, IL&C, CENTAL
| Université de Strasbourg, LiLPa
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
When text readability meets automatic text simplification
Thomas François and Delphine Bernhard
89–96
Articles
Computational assessment of text readability: A survey of current and future research
Kevyn Collins-Thompson
97–135
Readability for foreign language learning: The importance of cognates
Lisa Beinborn, Torsten Zesch and Iryna Gurevych
136–162
Assessing document and sentence readability in less resourced languages and across textual genres
Felice Dell’Orletta, Simonetta Montemagni and Giulia Venturi
163–193
Readability assessment for text simplification: From analysing documents to identifying sentential simplifications
Sowmya Vajjala and Detmar Meurers
194–222
Associative lexical cohesion as a factor in text complexity
Michael Flor and Beata Beigman Klebanov
223–258
A survey of research on text simplification
Advaith Siddharthan
259–298
Making numerical information more accessible: The implementation of a Numerical Expression Simplification System for Spanish
Susana Bautista and Horacio Saggion
299–323
Book reviews
Jarvis, Scott and Michael Daller. 2013. Vocabulary Knowledge. Human ratings and automated measures
Paul Pauwels
324–327
Götz, Sandra (2013). Fluency in Native and Nonnative English speech
Goedele Vandommele
328–330
Scientific Committee of the Special Issue
331
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