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Second Meeting of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics

N01-1001: Sebastian Varges; Chris Mellish
Instance-Based Natural Language Generation

N01-1002: Hua Cheng; Massimo Poesio; Renate Henschel; Chris Mellish
Corpus-based NP Modifier Generation

N01-1003: Marilyn A. Walker; Owen Rambow; Monica Rogati
SPoT: A Trainable Sentence Planner

N01-1004: Kishore Papineni
Why Inverse Document Frequency?

N01-1005: Abraham Ittycheriah; Martin Franz; Wei-Jing Zhu; Adwait Ratnaparkhi
Question Answering Using Maximum-Entropy Components

N01-1006: Grace Ngai; Radu Florian
Transformation Based Learning in the Fast Lane

N01-1007: Eugene Charniak
Unsupervised Learning of Name Structure From Coreference Data

N01-1008: Sanda M. Harabagiu; Razvan C. Bunescu; Steven J. Maiorano
Text and Knowledge Mining for Coreference Resolution

N01-1009: Maria Lapata
A Corpus-based Account of Regular Polysemy: The Case of Context-sensitive Adjectives

N01-1010: Noriko Tomuro
Tree-Cut and a Lexicon Based on Systematic Polysemy

N01-1011: Ted Pedersen
A Decision Tree of Bigrams is an Accurate Predictor of Word Sense

N01-1012: Fernando Gomez
An Algorithm for Aspects of Semantic Interpretation Using an Enhanced WordNet

N01-1013: Stephen Clark; David Weir
Class-Based Probability Estimation Using a Semantic Hierarchy

N01-1014: Grzegorz Kondrak
Identifying Cognates by Phonetic and Semantic Similarity

N01-1015: Martin Jansche
Re-Engineering Letter-to-Sound Rules

N01-1016: Eugene Charniak; Mark Johnson
Edit Detection and Parsing for Transcribed Speech

N01-1017: Sergey Pakhomov; Michael Schonwetter; Joan Bachenko
Generating Training Data for Medical Dictations

N01-1018: Srinivas Bangalore; Giuseppe Riccardi
A Finite-State Approach to Machine Translation

N01-1019: Keiko Horiguchi
Information-Based Machine Translation

N01-1020: Gideon S. Mann; David Yarowsky
Multipath Translation Lexicon Induction via Bridge Languages

N01-1021: John Hale
A Probabilistic Earley Parser as a Psycholinguistic Model

N01-1022: Éric Villemonte de la Clergerie
Refining Tabular Parsers for TAGs

N01-1023: Anoop Sarkar
Applying Co-Training Methods to Statistical Parsing

N01-1024: Patrick Schone; Daniel Jurafsky
Knowledge-Free Induction of Inflectional Morphologies

N01-1025: Taku Kudo; Yuji Matsumoto
Chunking with Support Vector Machines

N01-1026: David Yarowsky; Grace Ngai
Inducing Multilingual POS Taggers and NP Bracketers via Robust Projection Across Aligned Corpora

N01-1027: Julia Hirschberg; Diane Litman; Marc Swerts
Identifying User Corrections Automatically in Spoken Dialogue Systems

N01-1028: Renaud Lecoeuche
Learning Optimal Dialogue Management Rules by Using Reinforcement Learning and Inductive Logic Programming

N01-1029: Dong Hoon Van Uytsel; Filip Van Aelten; Dirk Van Compernolle
A Structured Language Model Based on Context-Sensitive Probabilistic Left-Corner Parsing

N01-1030: Manny Rayner; Genevieve Gorrell; Beth Ann Hockey; John Dowding; Johan Boye
Do CFG-Based Language Models Need Agreement Constraints?

N01-1031: Laura Mayfield Tomokiyo; Rosie Jones
You're Not From 'Round Here, Are You? Naive Bayes Detection of Non-Native Utterances