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EMNLP
2009
11 years 9 months ago
Graph Alignment for Semi-Supervised Semantic Role Labeling
Unknown lexical items present a major obstacle to the development of broadcoverage semantic role labeling systems. We address this problem with a semisupervised learning approach ...
Hagen Fürstenau, Mirella Lapata
TASLP
2008
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11 years 11 months ago
Joint Morphological-Lexical Language Modeling for Processing Morphologically Rich Languages With Application to Dialectal Arabic
Language modeling for an inflected language such as Arabic poses new challenges for speech recognition and machine translation due to its rich morphology. Rich morphology results i...
Ruhi Sarikaya, Mohamed Afify, Yonggang Deng, Hakan...
ATAL
2010
Springer
12 years 22 days ago
Adaptive expressiveness: virtual conversational agents that can align to their interaction partner
Speakers in dialogue tend to adapt to each other by starting to use similar lexical items, syntactic structures, or gestures. This behaviour, called alignment, may serve important...
Hendrik Buschmeier, Kirsten Bergmann, Stefan Kopp
NAACL
1994
12 years 28 days ago
Building Japanese-English Dictionary based on Ontology for Machine Translation
This paper describes a semi-automatic method for associating a Japanese lexicon with a semantic concept taxonomy called an ontology, using a Japanese-English bilingual dictionary ...
Akitoshi Okumura, Eduard H. Hovy
ACL
1994
12 years 29 days ago
Optimizing the Computational Lexicalization of Large Grammars
The computational lexicalization of a grammar is the optimization of the links between lexicalized rules and lexical items in order to improve the quality of the bottom-up filteri...
Christian Jacquemin
ACL
1997
12 years 29 days ago
Paradigmatic Cascades: a Linguistically Sound Model of Pronunciation by Analogy
We present and experimentally evaluate a new model of pronunciation by analogy: the paradigmatic cascades model. Given a pronunciation lexicon, this algorithm first extracts the m...
François Yvon
LACL
2005
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
Strict Deterministic Aspects of Minimalist Grammars
The Minimalist Grammars (MGs) proposed by Stabler(1997) have tree-shaped derivations (Harkema, 2001b; Michaelis, 2001a). As in categorial grammars, each lexical item is an associat...
John T. Hale, Edward P. Stabler
ICNC
2005
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
Automatic Text Summarization Based on Lexical Chains
Abstract. The method of lexical chains is the first time introduced to generate summaries from Chinese texts. The algorithm which computes lexical chains based on the HowNet knowl...
Yanmin Chen, Xiaolong Wang, Guan Yi
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