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ICASSP
2011
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Pronunciation variation modeling of non-native proper names by discriminative tree search
In this paper, the task of selecting the optimal subset of pronunciation variants from a set of automatically generated candidates is recast as a tree search problem. In this appr...
Line Adde, Torbjørn Svendsen
COLING
2010
9 years 5 months ago
A framework for representing lexical resources
Our goal is to propose a description model for the lexicon. We describe a software framework for representing the lexicon and its variations called Proteus. Various examples show ...
Fabrice Issac
FLAIRS
2009
9 years 8 months ago
Are Ontologies Involved in Natural Language Processing?
For certain disable persons unable to communicate, we present a palliative aid which consist of a virtual pictographic keyboard associated to a text processing from a pictographic...
Maryvonne Abraham
EMNLP
2009
9 years 8 months ago
Generating High-Coverage Semantic Orientation Lexicons From Overtly Marked Words and a Thesaurus
Sentiment analysis often relies on a semantic orientation lexicon of positive and negative words. A number of approaches have been proposed for creating such lexicons, but they te...
Saif Mohammad, Cody Dunne, Bonnie J. Dorr
NAACL
2010
9 years 8 months ago
The viability of web-derived polarity lexicons
We examine the viability of building large polarity lexicons semi-automatically from the web. We begin by describing a graph propagation framework inspired by previous work on con...
Leonid Velikovich, Sasha Blair-Goldensohn, Kerry H...
PAMI
2002
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9 years 10 months ago
On the Dependence of Handwritten Word Recognizers on Lexicons
The performance of any word recognizer depends on the lexicon presented. Usually large lexicons or lexicons containing similar entries pose greater difficulty for recognizers. How...
Hanhong Xue, Venu Govindaraju
PAMI
2002
143views more  PAMI 2002»
9 years 10 months ago
Lexicon-Driven Segmentation and Recognition of Handwritten Character Strings for Japanese Address Reading
This paper describes a handwritten character string recognition system for Japanese mail address reading on very large vocabulary. The address phrases are recognized as a whole bec...
Cheng-Lin Liu, Masashi Koga, Hiromichi Fujisawa
COLING
2002
9 years 10 months ago
Building a Bilingual WordNet-Like Lexicon: The New Approach and Algorithms
A bilingual concept MRD is of significance for IE, MT, WSD and the like. However, it is reasonably difficult to build such a lexicon for there exist two ontologies, also, the evol...
Yang Liu, Shiwen Yu, Jiangsheng Yu
ICASSP
2010
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Approaches to automatic lexicon learning with limited training examples
Preparation of a lexicon for speech recognition systems can be a significant effort in languages where the written form is not exactly phonetic. On the other hand, in languages w...
Nagendra Goel, Samuel Thomas, Mohit Agarwal, Pinar...
ANLP
2000
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9 years 12 months ago
Aggressive Morphology for Robust Lexical Coverage
This paper describes an approach to providing lexical information for natural language processing in unrestricted domains. A system of approximately 1200 morphological rules is us...
William A. Woods
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