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JOLLI
2008
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Relational Modality
Saul Kripke's thesis that ordinary proper names are rigid designators is supported by widely shared intuitions about the occurrence of names in ordinary modal contexts. By th...
Kathrin Glüer, Peter Pagin
IPM
2006
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An ensemble of transliteration models for information retrieval
Transliteration is used to phonetically translate proper names and technical terms especially from languages in Roman alphabets to languages in non-Roman alphabets such as from En...
Jong-Hoon Oh, Key-Sun Choi
ANLP
1997
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Disambiguation of Proper Names in Text
Identifying the occurrences of proper names in text and the entities they refer to can be a difficult task because of the manyto-many mapping between names and their referents. We...
Nina Wacholder, Yael Ravin, Misook Choi
ACL
2004
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Finding Ideographic Representations of Japanese Names Written in Latin Script via Language Identification and Corpus Validation
Multilingual applications frequently involve dealing with proper names, but names are often missing in bilingual lexicons. This problem is exacerbated for applications involving t...
Yan Qu, Gregory Grefenstette
UIST
1994
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Putting People First: Specifying Proper Names in Speech Interfaces
Communication is about people, not machines. But as firms and families alike spread out geographically, we rely increasingly on telecommunications tools to keep us "connected...
Matthew Marx, Chris Schmandt
WIA
2001
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Finite-State Transducer Cascade to Extract Proper Names in Texts
This article describes a finite-state cascade for the extraction of person names in texts in French. We extract these proper names in order to categorize and to cluster texts with...
Nathalie Friburger, Denis Maurel
SIGIR
2003
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Transliteration of proper names in cross-language applications
Translation of proper names is generally recognized as a significant problem in many multi-lingual text and speech processing applications. Even when large bilingual lexicons use...
Paola Virga, Sanjeev Khudanpur
TSD
2007
Springer
10 years 9 months ago
The Effect of Lexicon Composition in Pronunciation by Analogy
Abstract. Pronunciation by analogy (PbA) is a data-driven approach to phonetic transcription that generates pronunciations for unknown words by exploiting the phonological knowledg...
Tasanawan Soonklang, Robert I. Damper, Yannick Mar...
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