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ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
Generating the Structure of Argument
This paper demonstrates that generating arguments in natural language requires at an abstract level, and that the ate abstraction cannot be captured by approaches based solely upo...
Chris Reed, Derek Long
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
A Computational Model of Social Perlocutions
The view that communication is a form of action serving a variety of specific functions has had a tremendous impact on the philosophy of language and on computational linguistics....
David Pautler, Alex Quilici
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
JaBot: A Multilingual Java-Based Intelligent Agent for Web Sites
This paper presents a novel type of intelligent agent with a multilingual natural language interface, which retrieves information from within a Web site. This agent, named JaBot a...
Timothy Read, Elena Bárcena
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
Structural Disambiguation Based on Reliable Estimation of Strength of Association
This paper proposes a new class-based method to estimate the strength of association in word co-occurrence for the purpose of structural disambiguation. To deal with sparseness of...
Haodong Wu, Eduardo de Paiva Alves
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
Learning Intonation Rules for Concept to Speech Generation
In this paper, we report on an effort to provide a general-purpose spoken language generation tool for Concept-to-Speech (CTS) applications by extending a widely used text generat...
Shimei Pan, Kathleen McKeown
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
An Alternative LR Algorithm for TAGs
We present a new LR algorithm for treeadjoining grammars. It is an alternative to an existing algorithm that is shown to be incorrect. Furthermore, the new algorithm is much simpl...
Mark-Jan Nederhof
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
Recognition of the Coherence Relation between Te-linked Clauses
This paper describes a method for recognizing coherence relations between clauses which are linked by te in Japanese -- a translational equivalent of English and. We consider that...
Akira Oishi, Yuji Matsumoto
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