38th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Hong Kong, China, October 1-8, 2000.
38. ACL 2000:
Hong Kong, China
: Invited Talk: Processes that Shape Conversation and their Implications for Computational Linguistics.
: Invited Talk: Generic NLP Technologies: Language, Knowledge and Information Extraction.
Roger K. Moore
: Invited Talk: Spoken Language Technology: Where Do We Go From Here?
: Tree-gram Parsing: Lexical Dependencies and Structural Relations.
: An Improved Parser for Data-Oriented Lexical-Functional Analysis.
: The Order of Prenominal Adjectives in Natural Language Generation.
, Dekang Lin
: An Unsupervised Approach to Prepositional Phrase Attachment using Contextually Similar Words.
Alexander S. Yeh
: Using Existing Systems to Supplement Small Amounts of Annotated Grammatical Relations Training Data.
: Distributing Representation for Robust Interpretation of Dialogue Utterances.
Pamela W. Jordan
: Can Nominal Expressions Achieve Multiple Goals? An Empirical Study.
: A Constraint-based Approach to English Prosodic Constituents.
: Independence and Commitment: Assumptions for Rapid Training and Execution of Rule-based POS Taggers.
: An Algorithm for One-page Summarization of a Long Text Based on Thematic Hierarchy Detection.
: Processing Optimality-theoretic Syntax by Interleaved Chart Parsing and Generation.
: Synchronous Morphological Analysis of Grapheme and Phoneme for Japanese OCR.
: Statistical Parsing with an Automatically-Extracted Tree Adjoining Grammar.
: Panel: Development of Computational Linguistics Research: A Challenge for Indonesia.
Huy Khanh Phan
: Panel: Good Spelling of Vietnamese Texts, One Aspect of Computational Linguistics in Vietnam.