20. COLING 2004:
COLING 2004, 20th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Proceedings of the Conference, 23-27 August 2004, Geneva, Switzerland. 2004
: Grammar Modularity and its Impact on Grammar Documentation.
: Incremental Construction of Minimal Acyclic Sequential Transducers from Unsorted Data.
: Discriminative Hidden Markov Modeling with Long State Dependence using a kNN Ensemble.
, Haifeng Wang
: Improving Statistical Word Alignment with a Rule-Based Machine Translation System.
: Type-inheritance Combinatory Categorial Grammar.
, Eiichiro Sumita
: Splitting Input Sentence for Machine Translation Using Language Model with Sentence Similarity.
, Claire Cardie
: Playing the Telephone Game: Determining the Hierarchical Structure of Perspective and Speech Expressions.
: Efficient Parsing of Highly Ambiguous Context-Free Grammars with Bit Vectors.
, Johan Bos
: Unificational Combinatory Categorial Grammar. Combining Information Structure and Discourse Representations.
, Christiane Fellbaum
: Medical WordNet: A New Methodology for the Construction and Validation of Information Resources for Consumer Health.
: Chinese and Japanese Word Segmentation Using Word-Level and Character-Level Information.
, Jian Su
: A High-Performance Coreference Resolution System using a Constraint-based Multi-Agent Strategy.
: Constraining the Use of General Lexical Resources for Automatic Hyperlink Generation.
: Linguistic correlates of style: authorship classification with deep linguistic analysis features.
: A Path-based Transfer Model for Machine Translation.
: Automatic extraction of paraphrastic phrases from medium-size corpora.
: Lower and higher estimates of the number of "true analogies" between sentences contained in a large multilingual corpus.
: A Lemma-Based Approach to a Maximum Entropy Word Sense Disambiguation System for Dutch.
Andrea C. Schalley
: Representing Verbal Semantics with Diagrams - An Adaptation of the UML for Lexical Semantics.
: Sentiment classification on customer feedback data: noisy data, large feature vectors, and the role of linguistic analysis.
: Information Extraction from Single and Multiple Sentences.
: Significance tests for the evaluation of ranking methods.