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24th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

P86-1000: Front Matter

P86-1001 [bib]: Ralph Grishman
TUTORIAL ABSTRACTS

P86-1002 [bib]: Gary G. Hendrix
BRINGING NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING TO THE MICROCOMPUTER MARKET: THE STORY OF Q&A

P86-1003 [bib]: Mary P. Harper; Eugene Charniak
Time and Tense in English

P86-1004 [bib]: Martha S. Palmer; Deborah A. Dahl; Rebecca J. Schiffman; Lynette Hirschman; Marcia Linebarger; John Dowding
RECOVERING IMPLICIT INFORMATION

P86-1005 [bib]: Bruce W. Ballard; Douglas E. Stumberger
Semantic Acquisition In TELI: A Transportable, User-Customized Natural Language Processor

P86-1006 [bib]: Eric Sven Ristad
COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY OF CURRENT GPSG THEORY

P86-1007 [bib]: Eric Sven Ristad
DEFINING NATURAL LANGUAGE GRAMMARS IN GPSG

P86-1008 [bib]: G. Edward Barton
CONSTRAINT PROPAGATION IN KIMMO SYSTEMS

P86-1009 [bib]: G. Edward Barton
COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY IN TWO-LEVEL MORPHOLOGY

P86-1010 [bib]: Michael B. Kashket
PARSING A FREE-WORD ORDER LANGUAGE: WARLPIRI

P86-1011 [bib]: D. J. Weir; K. Vijay-Shanker; A. K. Joshi
The Relationship Between Tree Adjoining Grammars And Head Grammarst

P86-1012 [bib]: Joyce Friedman; Ramarathnam Venkatesan
CATEGORIAL AND NON-CATEGORIAL LANGUAGES

P86-1013 [bib]: Donald W. Kosy
PARSING CONJUNCTIONS DETERMINISTICALLY

P86-1014 [bib]: Alexis Manaster-Ramer
COPYING IN NATURAL LANGUAGES, CONTEXT-FREENESS, AND QUEUE GRAMMARS

P86-1015 [bib]: Marie M. Vaughan; David D. McDonald
A MODEL OF REVISION IN NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION

P86-1016 [bib]: Kathleen F. McCoy
The ROMPER System: Responding to Object-Related Misconceptions using Perspective

P86-1017 [bib]: Michael G. Dyer; Uri Zernik
Encoding and Acquiring Meanings for Figurative Phrases

P86-1018 [bib]: Judith Markowitz; Thomas Ahlswede; Martha Evens
SEMANTICALLY SIGNIFICANT PATTERNS IN DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS

P86-1019 [bib]: Roy J. Byrd; Judith L. Klavans; Mark Aronoff; Frank Anshen
COMPUTER METHODS FOR MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

P86-1020 [bib]: Gary W. Sabot
BULK PROCESSING OF TEXT ON A MASSIVELY PARALLEL COMPUTER

P86-1021 [bib]: Julia Hirschberg; Janet Pierrehumbert
THE INTONATIONAL STRUCTURING OF DISCOURSE

P86-1022 [bib]: Joan Bachenko; Eileen Fitzpatrick; C. E. Wright
THE CONTRIBUTION OF PARSING TO PROSODIC PHRASING IN AN EXPERIMENTAL TEXT-TO-SPEECH SYSTEM

P86-1023 [bib]: Kenneth Church
Morphoogicai Decomposition and Stress Assignment for Speech Synthesis

P86-1024 [bib]: Yutaka Ohyama; Toshikazu Fukushima; Tomoki Shutoh; Masamichi Shutoh
A SENTENCE ANALYSIS METHOD FOR A JAPANESE BOOK READING MACHINE FOR THE BLIND

P86-1025 [bib]: Mary E. Beckman; Janet B. Pierrehumbert
JAPANESE PROSODIC PHRASING AND INTONATION SYNTHESIS

P86-1026 [bib]: Mark Liberman
Questions about Connectionist Models of Natural Language

P86-1027 [bib]: Terrence J. Sejnowski
Language Learning in Massively-Parallel Networks

P86-1028 [bib]: David L. Waltz
Connectionist Models for Natural Language Processing Program

P86-1029 [bib]: Amichai Kronfeld
DONNELLAN'S DISTINCTION AND A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF REFERENCE

P86-1030 [bib]: Brenda Fawcett; Graeme Hirst
The detection and representation of ambiguities of intension and description

P86-1031 [bib]: Megumi Kameyama
A PROPERTY-SHARING CONSTRAINT IN CENTERING

P86-1032 [bib]: Martha E. Pollack
A MODEL OF PLAN INFERENCE THAT DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN THE BELIEFS OF ACTORS AND OBSERVERS

P86-1033 [bib]: Diane J. Litman
LINGUISTIC COHERENCE: A PLAN-BASED ALTERNATIVE

P86-1034 [bib]: Raymonde Guindon; Joyce Conner
The Structure of User-Adviser Dialogues: Is there Method in their Madness?

P86-1035 [bib]: Jerry R. Hobbs; William Croft; Todd Davies; Douglas Edwards; Kenneth Lawss
COMMONSENSE METAPHYSICS AND LEXICAL SEMANTICS

P86-1036 [bib]: David G. Stallard
A Terminological Simplification Transformation for Natural Language Question-Answering Systems

P86-1037 [bib]: Dale A. Miller; Gopalan Nadathur
Some Uses of Higher-Order Logic in Computational Linguistics

P86-1038 [bib]: Robert T. Kasper
A LOGICAL SEMANTICS FOR FEATURE STRUCTURES

P86-1039 [bib]: John S. White
What Should Machine Translation Be?

P86-1040 [bib]: Martin Kay
Machine Translation will not Work

P86-1041 [bib]: Margaret King
Machine Translation already does Work