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Content Visualization and Intermedia Representations (CVIR'98)
Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers
Processing of Dependency-Based Grammars
The Computational Treatment of Nominals
Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Processing Systems
Partially Automated Techniques for Transcribing Naturally Occurring Continuous Speech
SIGPHON'98 The Computation of Phonological Constraints
Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages
Sixth Workshop on Very Large Corpora
New Methods in Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning
Finite State Methods in Natural Language Processing
Natural Language Generation
Proceedings of the Third Conference on Empirical Methods for Natural Language Processing

Content Visualization and Intermedia Representations (CVIR'98)

W98-0200: Front Matter

W98-0201: Nickolas Gouraros; Wendy Hall
The Pausanian Notation: a method for representing the structure and the content of a hyperdocument

W98-0202: Hitoshi ISAHARA; Kiyotaka UCHIMOTO; Hiromi OZAKU
Intelligent Network News Reader with Visual User Interface

W98-0203: Breck Baldwin
Coreference as the Foundations for Link Analysis over Free Text Databases

W98-0204: Yaakov Yaari
Texplore- exploring expository texts via hierarchical representation

W98-0205: Dave Himmel
Visualization for Large Collections of Multimedia Information

W98-0206: Julia Hirschberg; John Choi; Christine Nakatani; Steve Whittaker
"I just played that a minute ago!:" Designing User Interfaces for Audio Navigation

W98-0207: Mihai NADIN; Clemens LANGO
Interactive Multimedia Navigation

W98-0208: Penny Chase; Ray D'Amore; Nahum Gershon; Rod Holland; Rob Hyland; Inderjeet Mani; Mark Maybury; Andy Merlino; Jim Rayson
Semantic Visualization

W98-0209: Marc Corio; Guy Lapalme
Integrated generation of graphics and text- a corpus study

W98-0210: Nancy Green; Giuseppe Carenini; Stephan Kerpedjiev; Steven Roth; Johanna Moore
A Media-Independent Content Language for Integrated Text and Graphics Generation

W98-0211: Jo Calder
How to build a (quite general) linguistic diagram editor

W98-0212: Ulrich Germann
Visualization of Protocols of the Parsing and Semantic Interpretation Steps in a Machine Translation System

W98-0213: Valerie Bellynck
Multimodal Visualization of Geometrical Constructions

W98-0214: R. Dan Jacobson
Navigating maps with little or no sight: An audio-tactile approach

W98-0215: Vladimir BULATOV; John GARDNER
Visualization by People without Vision

W98-0216: Dominique ESTIVAL
Integration of Speech and Vision in a small mobile robot

Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers

W98-0300: Front Matter

W98-0301: Daniel Marcu
A surface-based approach to identifying discourse markers and elementary textual units in unrestricted texts

W98-0302: Simon H. Corston-Oliver
Identifying the Linguistic Correlates of Rhetorical Relations

W98-0303: Jill Burstein; Karen Kukich; Susanne Wolff; Chi Lu; Martin Chodorow
Enriching Automated Essay Scoring Using Discourse Marking

W98-0304: Brigitte Grote
Representing temporal discourse markers for generation purposes

W98-0305: Liesbeth DEGAND
On classifying connectives and coherence relations

W98-0306: Claudia Sofia; Giacomo Ferrari
Lexical marking of discourse relations - some experimental findings

W98-0307: Simone Teufel
Meta-discourse markers and problem-structuring in scientific articles

W98-0308: Laurence DANLOS TALANA
Linguistic ways for expressing a discourse relation in a lexicalized text generation system

W98-0309: Alistair Knott
Similarity and contrast relations and inductive rules

W98-0310: Frank Schilder
Temporal Discourse Markers and the Flow of Events

W98-0311: Nigel Ward
Some Exotic Discourse Markers of Spoken Dialog

W98-0312: Kathleen Dahlgren
Lexical Marking and the Recovery of Discourse Structure

W98-0313: Jacques Jayez; Corinne Rossari
Discourse Relations versus Discourse Marker Relations

W98-0314: Marie-Paule PERY-WOODLEY
Signalling in written text: a corpus-based approach

W98-0315: Bonnie Lynn Webber; Aravind K. Joshi
Anchoring a Lexicalized Tree-Adjoining Grammar for Discourse

W98-0316: Masahito KAWAMORI; Takeshi KAWABATA; Akira SHIMAZU
Discourse Markers in Spontaneous Dialogue: A Corpus based study of Japanese and English

W98-0317: Yukiko I. Nakano; Tsuneaki Kato
Cue Phrase Selection in Instruction Dialogue Using Machine Learning

W98-0318: Kerstin Fischer; Hans Brandt-Pook
Automatic Disambiguation of Discourse Particles

W98-0319: Daniel Jurafsky; Elizabeth Shriberg; Barbara Fox; Traci Curl
Lexical, Prosodic, and Syntactic Cues for Dialog Acts

Processing of Dependency-Based Grammars

W98-0500: Front Matter

W98-0501: Timo JSrvinen; Pasi Tapanainen
Towards an implelnentable dependency grammar

W98-0502: Vincenzo Lombardo and Leonardo Lesmo
Unit Coordination and Gapping in Dependency Theory

W98-0503: Tomas Holan; Vladislav Kubon; Karel Oliva; Martin Platek
Two Useful Measures of Word Order Complexity

W98-0504: Norbert Broker
How to define a context-free backbone for DGs: Implementing a DG in the LFG formalism

W98-0505: Elke Teich
Types of syntagmatic grammatical relations and their representation

W98-0506: Eva Hajicova
Movement rules revisited

W98-0507: Cristina Barbero; Leonardo Lesmo ; Vincenzo Lombardo
Integration of syntactic and lexical information in a hierarchical dependency grammar

W98-0508: Harri ARNOLA
On Parsing Binary Dependency Structures Deterministically in Linear Time

W98-0509: Wolfgang Menzel; Ingo Schroder
Decision Procedures for Dependency Parsing Using Graded Constraints

W98-0510: Marie BOURDON; Lyne DA SYLVA; Michel GAGNON; Alma KHARRAT; Sonja KNOLL; Anna MACLACHLAN
A Case Study in Implementing Dependency-Based Grammars

W98-0511: Jacques Courtin; Damien Genthial
Parsing with Dependency Relations and Robust Parsing

W98-0512: Tom B.Y. Lai; Changuing Huang
Complements and Adjuncts in Dependency Grammar Parsing Emulated by a Constrained Context-Free Grammar

W98-0513: Yves LEPAGE; ANDO Shin-Ichit; AKAMINE Susumu; IIDA Hitoshi
AN ANNOTATED CORPUS IN JAPANESE USING TESNIERE'S STRUCTURAL SYNTAX

The Computational Treatment of Nominals

W98-0600: Front Matter

W98-0601: Ralf Naumann
The representation of syntactically unexpressed complements to Nouns

W98-0602: Raft Naumann
A Dynamic Temporal Logic of Events, Intervals and States for Nominalization in Natural Language

W98-0603: Evelyne Viegas; Wanying Jin; Ron Dolan; Stephen Beale
Representation and Processing of Chinese Nominals and Compounds

W98-0604: Adam Meyers; Catherine Macleod; Roman Yangarber; Ralph Grishman; Leslie Barrett; Ruth Reeves
Using NOMLEX to Produce Nominalization Patterns for Information Extraction

W98-0605: Sadao Kurohashi; Masaki Murata; Yasunori Yata; Mitsunobu Shimada; Makoto Nagao
Construction of Japanese Nominal Semantic Dictionary using "A NO B" Phrases in Corpora

W98-0606: Alexandra Klein; Johannes Matiasek ; Harald Trost
The treatment of noun phrase queries in a natural language database access system

W98-0607: Michael O'Donnell; Hua Cheng; Janet Hitzeman
Integrating Referring and Informing in NP Planning

W98-0608: Kees van Deemter; Richard Power
Coreference in Knowledge Editing

W98-0609: John Goldsmith; Tom Reutter
Automatic Collection and Analysis of GermanCompounds

W98-0610: Nina Wacholder
SIMPLEX NPS CLUSTERED BY HEAD: A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING SIGNIFICANT TOPICS WITHIN A DOCUMENT

W98-0611: Jean Senellart
Tools for locating noun phrases with finite state transducers

W98-0612: Mohsen Rais-Ghasem; Jean-Pierre Corriveau
Exemplar-Based Sense Modulation

W98-0613: Boyan Onyshkevych
Nominal Metonymy Processing

W98-0614: Helmut Horacek
The Role of Cardinality in Metonymic Extensions to Nouns

Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Processing Systems

W98-0700: Front Matter

W98-0701: Jiri Stetina; Sadao Kurohashi; Makoto Nagao
General Word Sense Disambiguation Method Based on a Full Sentential Context

W98-0702: Eric V. Siegel
Disambiguating Verbs with the WordNet Category of the Direct Object

W98-0703: Rada Mihalcea; Dan I. Moldovan
Word Sense Disambiguation based on Semantic Density

W98-0704: Rila Mandala; Tokunaga Takenobu; Tanaka Hozumi
The Use of WordNet in Information Retrieval

W98-0705: Julio Gonzalo; Felisa Verdejo; Irina Chugur; Juan Cigarran
Indexing with WordNet synsets can improve text retrieval

W98-0706: Sam Scott; Stan Matwin
Text Classification Using WordNet Hypernyms

W98-0707: Christiane Fellbaum
Towards a Representation of Idioms in WordNet

W98-0708: Fernando Gomez
Linking WordNet Verb Classes to Semantic Interpretation

W98-0709: Xavier Farreres; German Rigau; Horacio Rodffguez
Using WordNet for Building WordNets

W98-0710: Oi Yee Kwong
Aligning WordNet with Additional Lexical Resources

W98-0711: Roberto Basili; Alessandro Cucchiarelli; Carlo Consoli; Maria Teresa Pazienza; Paola Velardi
Automatic Adaptation of WordNet to Sublanguages and to Computational Tasks

W98-0712: Simonetta Montemagni; Vito Pirrelli
Augmenting WordNet-like lexical resources with distributional evidence. An application-oriented perspective

W98-0713: Tom O'Hara; Kavi Mahesh; Sergei Nirenburg
Lexical Acquisition with WordNet and the Mikrokosmos Ontology

W98-0714: Alistair E. Campbell ; Stuart C. Shapiro
Algorithms for Ontological Mediation

W98-0715: Noriko Tomuro
Semi-automatic Induction of Systematic Polysemy from WordNet

W98-0716: Michael L. Mc Hale
A Comparison of WordNet and Roget's Taxonomy for Measuring Semantic Similarity

W98-0717: Yuval Krymolowski; Dan Roth
Incorporating Knowledge in Natural Language Learning: A Case Study

W98-0718: Hongyan Jing
Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Generation

W98-0719: Doug Beeferman
Lexical Discovery with an Enriched Semantic Network

W98-0720: Sanda M. Harabagiu
Deriving Metonymic Coercions from WordNet

Partially Automated Techniques for Transcribing Naturally Occurring Continuous Speech

W98-0800: Front Matter

W98-0801: Peter Stubley
Recognition of spontaneous speech

W98-0802: Joakim Nivre; Jens Allwood; Jenny Holm; Dario Lopez-Kasten
Towards Multimodal Spoken Language Corpora: TransTool and SyncTool

W98-0803: Robert Luk
Speech Annotation by Multi-sensory Recording

W98-0804: Patrizia Bonaventura; Fabio Giuliani; Juan Maria Garrido; Isabel Ortin
Grapheme-to-phoneme transcription rules for Spanish, with application to automatic speech recognition and synthesis

W98-0805: Caroline Lyon; Jill Hewitt
The value of minimal prosodic information in spoken language corpora

SIGPHON'98 The Computation of Phonological Constraints

W98-0900: Front Matter

W98-0901: Hyouk-Keun Kim
Generating Interlanguage Syllabification in Optimality Theory

W98-0902: Markus Walther
Computing Declarative Prosodic Morphology

W98-0903: Daniel M. Albro
Three Formal Extensions to Primitive Optimality Theory

W98-0904: Jochen Trommer
Optimal Morphology

W98-0905: Anja Belz
An Approach to the Automatic Acquisition of Phonotactic Constraints

W98-0906: Alan D. Blair; John Ingram
Loanword formation: a neural network approach

Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages

W98-1000: Front Matter

W98-1001: Saleem Abuleil; Martha Evens
Discovering Lexical Information by Tagging Arabic Newspaper Text

W98-1002: John Maloney; Michael Niv
TAGARAB: A Fast, Accurate Arabic Name Recognizer Using High-Precision Morphological Analysis

W98-1003: Fathi Debili; Emna Soussi
Etiquetage grammatical de l'arabe voyelle ou non

W98-1004: Michel Fanton
Finite State Automata and Arabic Writing

W98-1005: Bonnie Glover; Kevin Knight
Translating Names and Technical Terms in Arabic Text

W98-1006: Fathi Debili; Hadhemi Achour
Voyellation automatique de l'arabe

W98-1007: Kenneth R. Beesley
Arabic Morphology Using Only Finite-State Operations

W98-1008: Martine Smets
Paradigmatic Treatment of Arabic Morphology

W98-1009: Riyad Al-Shalabi; Martha Evens
A Computational Morphology System for Arabic

W98-1010: Francois Barthelemy
A Morphological Analyzer for Akkadian Verbal Forms with a Model of Phonetic Transformations

W98-1011: Shuly Wintner
Towards a linguistically motivated computational grammar for Hebrew

W98-1012: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
Generating Determiners and Quantifiers in Hebrew

W98-1013: M. Rosner; J. Caruana; R. Fabri
Maltilex: A Computational Lexicon for Maltese

W98-1014: Paul Micallef
RULE BASED LEXICAL ANALYSIS OF MALTESE

W98-1015: Ali M. Obaid
A New Pattern Matching Approach to the Recognition of Printed Arabic

Sixth Workshop on Very Large Corpora

W98-1100: Front Matter

W98-1101: Judith Hochberg; Clint Scovel; Timothy Thomas; Sam Hall
Bayesian Stratified Sampling to Assess Corpus Utility

W98-1102: Nancy ID
Encoding Linguistic Corpora

W98-1103: Jian-Yun Nie; Pierre Isabelle; George Foster
Using a Probabilistic Translation Model for Cross-Language Information Retrieval

W98-1104: Mikio Yamamoto; Kenneth W. Church
Using Suffix Arrays to Compute Term Frequency and Document Frequency for All Substrings in a Corpus

W98-1105: Michael Collins; Scott Miller
Semantic Tagging using a Probabilistic Context Free Grammar

W98-1106: Ellen Riloff; Mark Schmelzenbach
An Empirical Approach to Conceptual Case Frame Acquisition

W98-1107: Cynthia A. Thompson; Raymond J. Mooney
Semantic Lexicon Acquisition for Learning Natural Language Interfaces

W98-1108: Stephen D'Alessio; Keith Murray; Robert Schiaffino; Aaron Kershenbaum
The Effect of Topological Structure on Hierarchical Text Categorization

W98-1109: Alex Collier; Mike Pacey; Antoinette Renouf
Refining the Automatic Identification of Conceptual Relations in Large-scale Corpora

W98-1110: Jeongwon Cha; Geunbae Lee; Jong-Hyeok Lee
Generalized unknown morpheme guessing for hybrid POS tagging of Korean

W98-1111: David Elworthy
Language Identification With Confidence Limits

W98-1112: Raquel Martinez; Joseba Abaitua; Arantza Casillas
Aligning tagged bitexts

W98-1113: Cornelia H. Parkes; Alexander M. Malek; Mitchell P. Marcus
Towards Unsupervised Extraction of Verb Paradigms from Large Corpora

W98-1114: John Carroll; Guido Minnen; Ted Briscoe
Can Subcategorisation Probabilities Help a Statistical Parser

W98-1115: Eugene Charniak ; Sharon Goldwater ; Mark Johnson
Edge-Based Best-First Chart Parsing

W98-1116: Paola Merlo ; Suzanne Stevenson
What grammars tell us about corpora: the case of reduced relative clauses

W98-1117: Wojciech Skut ; Thorsten Brants
A Maximum-Entropy Partial Parser for Unrestricted Text

W98-1118: Andrew Borthwick; John Sterling; Eugene Agichtein; Ralph Grishman
Exploiting Diverse Knowledge Sources via Maximum Entropy in Named Entity Recognition

W98-1119: Niyu Ge; John Hale ; Eugene Charniak
A Statistical Approach to Anaphora Resolution

W98-1120: Satoshi Sekine; Ralph Grishman ; Hiroyuki Shinnou
A Decision Tree Method for Finding and Classifying Names in Japanese Texts

W98-1121: Peter A. Heeman
POS Tagging versus Classes in Language Modeling

W98-1122: Giuseppe Riccardi; Srinivas Bangalore
Automatic Acquisition of Phrase Grammars for Stochastic Language Modeling

W98-1123: Min-Yen Kan; Judith L. Klavans; Kathleen R. McKeown
Linear Segmentation and Segment Significance

W98-1124: Daniel Marc
Improving summarization through rhetorical parsing tuning

W98-1125: Tadashi Nomoto; Yuji Matsumoto
Discourse Parsing: A Decision Tree Approach

W98-1126: Janyce M. Wiebet; Kenneth J. McKeever; Rebecca F. Bruce
Mapping Collocational Properties into Machine Learning Features

New Methods in Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning

W98-1200: Front Matter

W98-1201: Walter Daelemans
ABSTRACTION IS HARMFUL IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

W98-1202: Michael Towsey; Joachim Diederich; lngo Schellhammer; Stephan Chalup; Claudia Brugman
Natural Language Learning by Recurrent Neural Networks: A Comparison wRh probabilistic approaches

W98-1203: Sandra Kubler
Learning a Lexicalized Grammar for German

W98-1204: Rene Schneider
A Lexically-Intensive Algorithm for Domain-Specific Knowlegde Acquisition

W98-1205: Andrd Kempe
Look-Back and Look-Ahead in the Conversion of Hidden Markov Models into Finite State Transducers

W98-1206: Mark Johnson
The effect of alternative tree epresentatmns on tree bank grammars

W98-1207: Thorsten Brants; Wojciech Skut
Automation of Treebank Annotation

W98-1208: Hamish Cunningham; Mark Stevenson; Yorick Wilks
Implementing a Sense Tagger in a General Architecture for Text Engineering

W98-1209: Ingo Schellhammer; Joachim Diederich; Michael Towsey; Claudia Brugman
Knowledge Extraction and Recurrent Neural Networks: An Analysis of an Elman Network trained on a Natural Language Learning Task

W98-1210: Jason L. Hutchens; Michael D. Alder
Finding Structure via Compression

W98-1211: Christer Samuelsson
Linguistic Theory in Statistical Language Learning

W98-1212: Richard McConachy; Kevin B. Korb; Ingrid Zukerman
A Bayesian Approach to Automating Argumentation

W98-1213: Stephen J, Green
Automatically generating hypertext in newspaper articles by computing semantic relatedness

W98-1214: Emin Erkan Korkmaz; Gokturk Ucoluk
CHOOSING A DISTANCE METRIC FOR AUTOMATIC WORD CATEGORIZATION

W98-1215: Patrick Saint-Dizier
Sense Variation and Lexical Semantics Generative Operations

W98-1216: Harold Somers
An Attempt to Use Weighted Cusums to Identify Sublanguages

W98-1217: Patrick Juola
Cross-Entropy and Linguistic Typology

W98-1218: David M. W. Power
Applications and Explanations of Zipf's Law

W98-1219: Edmund Yuen; Greg Chase
Proper Name Classification in an Information Extraction Toolset

W98-1220: Robert Steele; David Powers
Evolution and Evaluation of Document Retrieval Queries

W98-1221: Ilyas Cicekli; Turgay Korkrmaz
Generatlon of Simple Turkish Sentences with Systemic-Functional Grammar

W98-1222: Ian Thomas; Ingrid Zukerman; Bhavani Raskutti
Extracting Phoneme Pronunciation Information from Corpora

W98-1223: Antal van den Bosch; Ton Weijters; Walter Daelemans
Modularity in Inductively-Learned Word Pronunciation Systems

W98-1224: Antal van den Bosch; Walter Daelemans
Do Not Forget: Full Memory in Memory-Based Learning of Word Pronunciation

W98-1225: Vera Kamphuis; Janos Sarbo
Natural Language Concept Analysis

W98-1226: J.Entwisle; D. M. W. Powers
The Present Use of Statistics in the Evaluation of NLP Parsers

W98-1227: Hiroki Imai; Hozumi Tanaka
A Method of Incorporating Bigram Constraints into an LR Table and Its Effectiveness in Natural Language Processing

W98-1228: James M. Hogan; Joachim Diederich; Gerard D. Finn
Selective Attention and the Acquisition of Spatial Semantics

W98-1229: Hideki Kozima; Akira Ito
Towards Language Acquisition by an Attention-Sharing Robot

W98-1230: Michael Carl
A Constructivist Approach to Machine Translation

W98-1231: Michael Carl; Antje Schmidt-Wigger
Shallow Post Morphological Processing with KURD

W98-1232: Erika F. de Lima
Induction of a Stem Lexicon for Two-level Morphological Analysis

W98-1233: Jason L. Hutchens; Michael D. Alder
Introducing MegaHAL

W98-1234: V.Bastin; D.Cordier
Methods and tricks used in an attempt to pass the Turing Test

W98-1235: David M. W. Powers
The Total Turing Test and the Loebner Prize

W98-1236: Zenshiro Kawasaki; Keiji Takida; Masato Tajima
Language Model and Sentence Structure Manipulations for Natural Language Application Systems

W98-1237: Bradley B. Custer
Position Paper on Appropriate Audio/Visual Turing Test

W98-1238: Tony C. Smith
Learning Feature-Value Grammars from Plain Text

W98-1239: Herve Dejean
Morphemes as Necessary Concept for Structures Discovery from Untagged Corpora

W98-1240: Christopher D. Manning
The segmentation problem in morphology learning

W98-1241: David M. W. Powers
Reconciliation of Unsupervised Clustering, Segmentation and Cohesion

W98-1242: Isabeile Tellier
Syntactico-Semantic Learning of Categorial Grammars

Finite State Methods in Natural Language Processing

W98-1300: Front Matter

W98-1301: Lauri Karttunen
The Proper Treatment of Optimality in Computational Phonology

W98-1302: Mark-Jan Nederhof
Context-Free Parsing through Regular Approximation

W98-1303: Atro Voutflainen
Does tagging help parsing? A case study on finite state parsing

W98-1304: Wide R. Hogenhout; Yuji Matsumoto
Robust Parsing Using a Hidden Markov Model

W98-1305: Jan Daciuk; Bruce W. Watson; Richard E. Watson
Incremental Construction of Minimal Acyclic Finite State Automata and Transducers

W98-1306: Gertjan van Noord
Treatment of e-Moves in Subset Construction

W98-1307: David Pico; Enrique Vidal
Learning Finite-State Models for Language Understanding

W98-1308: Aarne Ranta
A Multilingual Natural-Language Interface to Regular Expressions

W98-1309: Kemal Oflazer; Gokhan Tur
Implementing Voting Constraints with Finite State Transducers

W98-1310: Remi Zajac
Feature Structures, Unification and Finite-State Transducers

W98-1311: Sandro Pedrazzini; Marcus Hoffmann
Using Genericity to Create Cutomizable Finite-State Tools

W98-1312: Kenneth R. Beesley
Constraining Separated Morphotactic Dependencies in Finite-State Grammars

W98-1313:
Author Index

Natural Language Generation

W98-1400: Front Matter

W98-1401: James C. Lester; William H. Bares; Charles B, Callaway; Stuart G. Towns
Natural Language Generation Journeys to Interactive 3D Worlds Invited Talk Extended Abstract

W98-1402: John Bateman; Thomas Kamps; Jorg Kleinz; Klaus Reichenberger
COMMUNICATIVE GOAL-DRIVEN NL GENERATION AND DATA-DRIVEN GRAPHICS GENERATION: AN ARCHITECTURAL SYNTHESIS FOR MULTIMEDIA PAGE GENERATION

W98-1403: Nancy Green; Giuseppe Carenini; Johanna Moore
A PRINCIPLED REPRESENTATION OF ATTRIBUTIVE DESCRIPTIONS FOR GENERATING INTEGRATED TEXT AND INFORMATION GRAPHICS PRESENTATIONS

W98-1404: Chris Mellish; Mick O'Donnel; Jon Oberlander; Alistair Knott
AN ARCHITECTURE FOR OPPORTUNISTIC TEXT GENERATION

W98-1405: David D. McDonald
Controlled Realization of Complex Objects

W98-1406: Stephen Beale; Sergei Nirenburg; Evelyne Viegast; Leo Wanner
De-Constraining Text Generation

W98-1407: Lidia Fraczak ; Guy Lapalme ; Michael Zock
AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF SUBWAY DIRECTIONS: SALIENCE GRADATION AS A FACTOR FORDETERMINING MESSAGE AND FORM

W98-1408: Erwin Marsi
INTRODUCING MAXIMAL VARIATION IN TEXT PLANNING FOR SMALL DOMAINS

W98-1409: Regina Barzilay; Daryl McCullough; Owen Rambow; Jonathan DeCristofaro; Tanya Korelsky; Benoit Lavoie
A NEW APPROACH TO EXPERT SYSTEM EXPLANATIONS

W98-1410: Armin Fiedler
Macroplanning with a Cognitive Architecture for the Adaptive Explanation of Proofs

W98-1411: Chris Mellish; Alistair Knott; Jon Oberlander; Mick O'Donnell
EXPERIMENTS USING STOCHASTIC SEARCH FOR TEXT PLANNING

W98-1412: Ralf Klabunde; Martin Jansche
ABDUCTIVE REASONING FOR SYNTACTIC REALIZATION*

W98-1413: Daniel Ansari; Graeme Hirst
GENERATING WARNING INSTRUCTIONS BY PLANNING ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES

W98-1414: Brigitte Grote; Manfred Stede
DISCOURSE MARKER CHOICE IN SENTENCE PLANNING

W98-1415: James Shaw
Clause Aggregation Using Linguistic Knowledge

W98-1416: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy; Kevin B. Korb
ATTENTION DURING ARGUMENT GENERATION AND PRESENTATION

W98-1417: KRISTIINA JOKINEN; HIDEKI TANAKA; AKIO YOKOO
PLANNING DIALOGUE CONTRIBUTIONS WITH NEW INFORMATION

W98-1418: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
GENERATION OF NOUN COMPOUNDS IN HEBREW: CAN SYNTACTIC KNOWLEDGE BE FULLY ENCAPSULATED?

W98-1419: Matthew Stone; Bonnie Webber
TEXTUAL ECONOMY THROUGH CLOSE COUPLING OF SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS

W98-1420: Murat Temizsoy; Ilyas Cicekli
A Language-Independent System for Generating Feature Structures from Interlingua Representations

W98-1421: Jan Alexandersson; Peter Poller
Towards Multilingual Protocol Generation For Spontaneous Speech Dialogues

W98-1422: Tilman Becker
Fully Lexicalized Head-Driven Syntactic Generation

W98-1423: Graham Wilcock
APPROACHES TO SURFACE REALIZATION WITH HPSG

W98-1424: Christian MATI'HIESSEN; ZENG Licheng; Marilyn CROSS; Ichiro KOBAYASHI; Kazuhiro TERUYA; WU Canzhong
The Multex generator and its environment: application and development

W98-1425: Stephan Busemann; Helmut Horacek
A FLEXIBLE SHALLOW APPROACH TO TEXT GENERATION

W98-1426: Irene Langkilde; Kevin Knight
THE PRACTICAL VALUE OF N-GRAMS IS IN GENERATION

W98-1427: Donia Scott; Richard Power; Roger Evans
GENERATION AS A SOLUTION TO ITS OWN PROBLEM

W98-1428: Michael White; Ted Caldwell
EXEMPLARS: A Practical, Extensible Framework For Dynamic Text Generation

W98-1429: Evgeniy Gabrilovich; Nissirn Francez; Shuly Wintner
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION WITH ABSTRACT MACHINE

W98-1430: Reva Freedman; Stefan Brandle; Michael Glass; Jung Hee Kim; Yujian Zhou; Martha W. Evens
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION CONTENT PLANNING AS THE BASIS FOR AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM

W98-1431: FREDERIC MEUNIER; LAURENCE DANLOS
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION FLAUBERT: AN USER FRIENDLY SYSTEM FOR MULTILINGUAL TEXT GENERATION

W98-1432: Thierry Etchegoyhen; Thomas Wehrle
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION OVERVIEW OF GBGEN

W98-1433: Mariet Theune; Esther Klabbers
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION GOALGETTER: GENERATION OF SPOKEN SOCCER REPORTS

W98-1434: Tianfang Yao; Dongmo Zhang; Qian Wang
System Demonstration Multilingual Weather Forecast Generation System

W98-1435: Jose Coch
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION INTERACTIVE GENERATION AND KNOWLEDGE ADMINISTRATION IN MULTIMETEO

W98-1436: ATTILA FERENCZ; TEODORA RATIU; MARIA FERENCZ; TONDE-CSILLA KOVACS; ISTVAN NAGY; DIANA ZAIU
ROMVOX EXPERIMENTS REGARDING UNRESTRICTED TEXT TO SPEECH SYNTHESIS FOR THE ROMANLAN LANGUAGE

W98-1437: Richard Power; Donia Scott
WYSIWYM: knowledge editing with natural language feedback

Proceedings of the Third Conference on Empirical Methods for Natural Language Processing

W98-15: Entire volume

W98-1500: Front Matter

W98-1501: Breck Baldwin; Thomas S. Morton
Dynamic Coreference-Based Summarization

W98-1502: Ruslan Mitkov; Lamia Belguith; Malgorzata Stys
Multilingual Robust Anaphora Resolution

W98-1503: Sotiris Boutsis; Stelios Piperidis
Aligning Clattses in Parallel Texts

W98-1504: Michel Simard
Automatic Insertion of Accents in French Text

W98-1505: Glenn Carroll; Mats Rooth
Valence Induction with a Head-Lexicalized PCFG

W98-1506: Adam Kilgarriff; Tony Rose
Measures for Corpus Similarity and Homogeneity

W98-1507: Rebecca Bruce; Janyce Wiebe
Word-Sense Distinguishability and Inter-Coder Agreement

W98-1508: Stephen D'Alessio; Keitha Murray; Robert Schiaffino; Aaron Kershenbaum
Category Levels in Hierarchical Text Categorization

W98-1509: Fumiyo Fukumoto; Yoshimi Suzuki
An Empirical Approach to Text Categorization Based on Term Weight Learning

W98-1510: Shirai Kiyoaki; Inui Kentaro; Tokunaga Takenobu; Tanaka Hozumi
An Empirical Evaluation on Statistical Parsing of Japanese Sentences Using Lexical Association Statistics

W98-1511: Fujio Masakazu; Yuji Matsumoto
Japanese Dependency Structure Analysis based on Lexicalized Statistics

W98-1512: Adam Berger; Harry Printz
A Comparison of Criteria for Maximum Entropy/ Minimum Divergence Feature Selection

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Author Index