37. ACL 1999:
College Park, Maryland, USA
, Kenneth Ward Church
: 27th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA, 20-26 June 1999. ACL 1999
, ISBN 1-55860-609-2
: Automatic Speech Recognition and its Application to Information Extraction.
: Distributional Similarity Models: Clustering vs. Nearest Neighbors.
: Supervised Grammar Induction using Training Data with Limited Constituent Information.
: A Meta-Level Grammar: Redefining Synchronous TAG for Translation and Paraphrase.
: Preserving Semantic Dependencies in Synchronous Tree Adjoining Grammar.
: Compositional Semantics for Linguistic Formalisms.
Eric V. Siegel
: Corpus-Based Linguistic Indicators for Aspectual Classification.
John A. Bateman
: Using aggregation for selecting content when generating referring expressions.
: A Knowledge-free Method for Capitalized Word Disambiguation.
J. Scott McCarley
: Should we Translate the Documents or the Queries in Cross-language Information Retrieval?
: Dependency Parsing with an Extended Finite State Approach.
, Balázs Kis
: A Unification-based Approach to Morpho-syntactic Parsing of Agglutinative and Other (Highly) Inflectional Languages.
: A Part of Speech Estimation Method for Japanese Unknown Words using a Statistical Model of Morphology and Context.
: Automatic Identification of Non-compositional Phrases.
: A Decision-Based Approach to Rhetorical Parsing.
: Projecting Corpus-Based Semantic Links on a Thesaurus.
: Acquiring Lexical Generalizations from Corpora: A Case Study for Diathesis Alternations.
: An Earley-style Predictive Chart Parsing Method for Lambek Grammars.
: Computational Lexical Semantics, Incrementality, and the So-called Punctuality of Events.
: Automatic Identification of Word Translations from Unrelated English and German Corpora.
: Designing a Task-Based Evaluation Methodology for a Spoken Machine Translation System.
Edward C. Kaiser
: Robust, Finite-State Parsing for Spoken Language Understanding.
: Packing of Feature Structures for Efficient Unification of Disjunctive Feature Structures.
: Parsing preferences with Lexicalized Trey Adjoining Grammars exploiting the derivation tree.
: Cohesion and Collocation: Using Context Vectors in Text Segmentation.
: A Pylonic Decision-Tree Language Model- with Optimal Question Selection.
: An Unsupervised Model for Statistically Determining Coordinate Phrase Attachment.
Freddy Y. Y. Choi
: A flexible distributed architecture for NLP system development and use.