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The Relation of Discourse/Dialogue Structure and Reference
Coreference and Its Applications
Towards Standards and Tools for Discourse Tagging
Computer Mediated Language Assessment and Evaluation in Natural Language Processing
SIGLEX99: Standardizing Lexical Resources
1999 Joint SIGDAT Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Very Large Corpora
EACL 1999: CoNLL-99 Computational Natural Language Learning
EACL 1999: Computer and Internet Supported Education in Language and Speech Technology
Unsupervised Learning in Natural Language Processing
Proceedings of the 12th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics (NODALIDA 1999)

The Relation of Discourse/Dialogue Structure and Reference

W99-0100: Front Matter

W99-0101: Robert T. Kasper; Paul C. Davis; Craige Roberts
An Integrated Approach to Reference and Presupposition Resolution

W99-0102: Tomoko Matsui
Approaches,to Japanese zero pronouns: Centering and relevance

W99-0103: Harksoo Kim; Jeong-Mi Cho; Jungyun Seo
Anaphora Resolution using Extended Centen'ng Algorithm in a Multi-modal Dialogue System

W99-0104: Sanda M. Harabagiu; Steven J. Maiorano
Knowledge-Lean Coreference Resolution and its Relation to Textual Cohesion and Coherence

W99-0105: Elena Not; Lucia M. Tovena; Massimo Zancanaro
Positing and resolving bridging anaphora in deverba! NPs

W99-0106: Dan Cristea; Nancy lde; Daniel Marcu; Valentin Tablan
Discourse Structure and Co-Reference: An Empirical Study

W99-0107: Jonathan DeCristofaro; Michael Strube; Kathleen E McCoy
Building a Tool for Annotating Reference in Discourse

W99-0108: Kathleen E McCoy; Michael Strube
Generating Anaphoric Expressions: Pronoun or Definite Description?

W99-0109: Rodger Kibble
Cb or not Cb? Centering theory applied to NLG

W99-0110: Peter C-Gordon; Randall Hendrick
Comprehension of Coreferentiai Expressions

W99-0111: Helen Seville; Allan Ramsay
Reference-based Discourse Structure for Reference Resolution

W99-0112: Frank Schilder
Reference Hashed

W99-0113: Livia Polanyi; Martin van den Berg
Logical Structure and Discourse Anaphora Resolution

Coreference and Its Applications

W99-0200: Front Matter

W99-0201: Amit Bagga; Breck Baldwin
Cross-Document Event Coreference: Annotations, Experiments, and Observations

W99-0202: Yael Ravin; Zunaid Kazi
Is Hillary Rodham Clinton the President? Disambiguating Names across Documents

W99-0203: Koichi Yamada; Kazunari Sugiyama; Yasunori Yonamine; Hiroshi Nakagawa
Identification of Coreference Between Names and Faces

W99-0204: Masao Utiyama; Koiti Hasida
Automatic Slide Presentation from Semantically Annotated Documents

W99-0205: Masaki Murata; Hitoshi Isahara; Makoto Nagao
Resolution of Indirect Anaphora in Japanese Sentences Using Examples: "X no Y (Y of X)"

W99-0206: Masaki Murata; Hitoshi Isahara; Makoto Nagao
Pronoun Resolution in Japanese Sentences Using Surface Expressions and Examples

W99-0207: Michael Paul; Kazuhide Yamamoto; Eiichiro Sumita
Corpus-Based Anaphora Resolution Towards Antecedent Preference

W99-0208: Marco Rocha
Coreference resolution in dialogues in English and Portuguese

W99-0209: Pedro Amo; Francisco L. Ferreras; Fernando Cruz; Satumino Maldonado
Orthographic Co-Reference Resolution Between Proper Nouns Through the Calculation of the Relation of "Replicancia"

W99-0210: Jesus Peral; Manuel Palomar; Antonio Ferrandez
Coreference-oriented Interlingual Slot Structure & Machine Translation

W99-0211: Saliha Azzam; Kevin Humphreys; Robert Gaizauskas
Using Coreference Chains for Text Summarization

W99-0212: Thomas S. Morton
Using Coreference for Question Answering

W99-0213: Kees van Deemter; Rodger Kibble
What is coreference, and what should coreference annotation be?

Towards Standards and Tools for Discourse Tagging

W99-0300: Front Matter

W99-0301: Steven Bird; Mark Liberman
Annotation Graphs as a Framework for Multidimensional Linguistic Data Analysis

W99-0302: Jean Carletta; Amy Isard
The MATE Annotation Workbench: User Requirements

W99-0303: Jean-Francois Delannoy
Argumentation Mark-Up: A Proposal

W99-0304: Ichikawa, A.; Araki, M.; Horiuchi, Y.; Ishizaki, M.; Itabashi, S.; Itoh, W.; Kashioka, H; Kato, K.; Kikuchi, H.; Koiso, H.; Kumagai, T.; Kurematsu, A.; Maekawa, K.; Nakazato, S.; Tamoto, M.; Tutiya,S.; Yamashita,Y.; Yoshimura,W.
Evaluation of Annotation Schemes for Japanese Discourse Japanese Discourse Tagging Working Group

W99-0305: Marion Klein

W99-0306: Lori Levin; Klaus Ries; Ann Thyme-Gobbel; Alon Lavie
Tagging of Speech Acts and Dialogue Games in Spanish Call Home

W99-0307: Daniel Marcu; Estibaliz Amorrortu; Magdalena Romera
Experiments in Constructing a Corpus of Discourse Trees

W99-0308: Jon David Patrick
Tagging Psychotherapeutic Interviews for Linguistic Analysis

W99-0309: M. Poesio; F. Bruneseaux; L. Romary
The MATE meta-scheme for coreference in dialogues in multiple languages

W99-0310: Claudia Soria; Vito Pirrelli
A recognition-based meta-scheme for dialogue acts annotation

W99-0311: Simone Teufel; Marc Moens
Discourse-level argumentation in scientific articles: human and automatic annotation

W99-0312: Graziella Tonfoni
A mark up language for tagging discourse and annotating documents in context sensitive interpretation environments

W99-0313: David R. Traum; Christine H. Nakatani
A Two-level Approach to Coding Dialogue for Discourse Structure: Activities of the 1998 DRI Working Group on Higher-level Structures

W99-0314: Teresa Zollo; Mark Core
Automatically Extracting Grounding Tags from BF Tags

Computer Mediated Language Assessment and Evaluation in Natural Language Processing

W99-0400: Front Matter


W99-0402: Laura Mayfield Tomokiyo; Susanne Burger

W99-0403: John FAIRFIELD

W99-0404: Valerie A. Malabonga; Dorry M. Kenyon
Multimedia Computer Technology and Performance-Based Language Testing: A Demonstration of the Computerized Oral Proficiency Instrument (COPI)

W99-0405: Gina-Anne Levow; Mari Broman Olsen
Modeling the language assessment process and result: Proposed architecture for automatic oral proficiency assessment

W99-0406: Lisa Decrozant; Clare R. Voss
Dual Use of Linguistic Resources: Evaluation of MT Systems and Language Learners

W99-0407: Alessandro Lenci; Simonetta Montemagni; Vito Pirrelli; Claudia Soria
FAME: a Functional Annotation Meta-scheme for multi-modal and multi-lingual Parsing Evaluation

W99-0408: Lisa N. Michaud; Kathleen F. McCoy
Modeling User Language Proficiency in a Writing Tutor for Deaf Learners of English

W99-0409: Trude Heift; Paul McFetridge
Exploiting the Student Model to Emphasize Language Pedagogy in Natural Language Processing

W99-0410: Cedrick Fairon
A Web-Based System for Automatic Language Skill Assessment: EVALING

W99-0411: Jill Burstein; Martin Chodorow
Automated Essay Scoring for Nonnative English Speakers

SIGLEX99: Standardizing Lexical Resources

W99-0500: Front Matter

W99-0501: Sanda M. Harabagiu; George A. Miller; Dan I. Moldovan
WordNet 2 - A Morphologically and Semantically Enhanced Resource

W99-0502: Hwee Tou Ng; Chung Yong Lim; Shou King Foo
A Case Study on Inter-Annotator Agreement for Word Sense Disambiguation

W99-0503: Suzanne Stevenson; Paola Merlo; Natalia Kariaeva Rutgers
Supervised Learning of Lexical Semantic Verb Classes Using Frequency Distributions

W99-0504: Ana Fernandez; M Antonia Marti; Gloria Vazquez; Irene Castellon
On the concept of diathesis alternations as semantic oppositions

W99-0505: Kenneth C Litkowski
Towards a Meaning-Full Comparison of Lexical Resources

W99-0506: Remi Zajac
On Some Aspects of Lexical Standardization

W99-0507: Bolette Sandford Pedersen; Britt Keson
SIMPLE- Semantic Information for Multifunctional Plurilingual Lexica: Some Examples of Danish" Concrete Nouns

W99-0508: Nancy IDE
Parallel Translations as Sense Discriminators

W99-0509: Evelyne Viegas
An Overt Semantics with a Machine-guided Approach for Robust LKBs

W99-0510: Satoshi Sekine; Kiyoshi Sudo; Takano Ogino
Statistical Matching of Two Ontologies

W99-0511: Ehsabete Ranchhod; Cristina Mota; Jorge Baptista
A Computational Lexicon of Portuguese for Automatic Text Parsing

W99-0512: Piek Vossen; Wim Peters; Julio Gonzalo
Towards a Universal Index of Meaning

W99-0513: Simonetta Vietri; Annibale Elia
Electronic Dictionaries and Linguistic Analysis of Italian Large Corpora

1999 Joint SIGDAT Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Very Large Corpora

W99-0600: Front Matter

W99-0601: Kenneth Ward Church
What's Happened Since the First SIGDAT Meeting?

W99-0602: Michel Simard
Text-Translation Alignment: Three Languages Are Better Than Two

W99-0603: J. Daude; L. Padro; G. Rigau
Mapping Multilingual Hierarchies Using Relaxation Labeling

W99-0604: Franz Josef Och; Christoph Tillmann; Hermann Ney
Improved Alignment Models for Statistical Machine Translation

W99-0605: Atsushi Fujii; Tetsuya Ishikawa
Cross-Language Information Retrieval for Technical Documents

W99-0606: Steven Abney; Robert E. Schapire; Yoram Singer
Boosting Applied to Tagging and PP Attachment

W99-0607: Ezra Black; Andrew Finch; Ruigiang Zhang
Applying Extrasentential Context To Maximum Entropy Based Tagging With A Large Semantic And Syntactic Tagset

W99-0608: Lluis Marquez; Horacio Rodriguez; Josep Carmona; Josep Montolio
Improving POS Tagging Using Machine-Learning Techniques

W99-0609: Sharon A. Caraballo; Eugene Charniak
Determining the specificity of nouns from text

W99-0610: Seonho Kim; Zooil Yang; Mansuk Song; Jung-Ho Ahn
Retrieving Collocations From Korean Text

W99-0611: Claire Cardie; Kiri Wagstaf
Noun Phrase Coreference as Clustering

W99-0612: Silviu Cucerzan; David Yarowsky
Language Independent Named Entity Recognition Combining Morphological and Contextual Evidence

W99-0613: Michael Collins; Yoram Singer
Unsupervised Models for Named Entity Classification

W99-0614: Sven Hartrumpf
Hybrid Disambiguation of Prepositional Phrase Attachment and Interpretation

W99-0615: Jin-Dong Kim; Sang-Zoo Lee; Hae-Chang Rim
HMM Specialization with Selective Lexicalization

W99-0616: Richard Schwartz
Why Doesn't Natural Language Come Naturally?

W99-0617: Peter A. Heeman
POS Tags and Decision Trees for Language Modeling

W99-0618: Dekai Wu; Zhao Jun; Sui Zhifang
An Information-Theoretic Empirical Analysis of Dependency-Based Feature Types for Word Prediction Models

W99-0619: Shimei Pan; Kathleen R. McKeown
Word Informativeness and Automatic Pitch Accent Modeling

W99-0620: Tadashi Nomoto; Yuji Matsumoto
Learning Discourse Relations with Active Data Selection

W99-0621: Marcia Munoz; Vasin Punyakanok; Dan Roth; Day Zimak
A Learning Approach to Shallow Parsing

W99-0622: Amon Seagull; Lenhart Schubert
Guiding a Well-Founded Parser with Corpus Statistics

W99-0623: John C. Henderson; Eric Brill
Exploiting Diversity in Natural Language Processing: Combining Parsers

W99-0624: Julio Gonzalo; Anselmo Penas; Felisa Verdejo
Lexical ambiguity and Information Retrieval revisited

W99-0625: Vasileios Hatzlvassiloglou; Judith L. Klavans; Eleazar Eskin
Detecting Text Similarity over Short Passages: Exploring Linguistic Feature Combinations via Machine Learning

W99-0626: Jorg Tiedemann
Automatic Construction of Weighted String Similarity Measures

W99-0627: David Yarowsky; Radu Florian
Taking the load off the conference chairs-towards a digital paper-routing assistant

W99-0628: Martha A. Alegre; Josep M. Sopena; Agusti Lloberas
PP-Attachment: A Committee Machine Approach

W99-0629: Sabine Buchholz; Jorn Veenstra; Walter Daelemans
Cascaded Grammatical Relation Assignment

W99-0630: Daniel Ka-Leung Chan; Dekai Wu
Automatically Merging Lexicons that have Incompatible Part-of-Speech Categories

W99-0631: Stephen Clark; David Weir
An Iterative Approach to Estimating Frequencies over a Semantic Hierarchy

W99-0632: Maria Lapata; Chris Brew
Using Subcategorization to Resolve Verb Class Ambiguity

W99-0633: Beata Megyesi

W99-0634: Wee Meng Soon; Hwee Tou Ng; Chung Yong Lim
Corpus-Based Learning for Noun Phrase Coreference Resolution

W99-0635: Juntae Yoon; Key-Sun Choi; Mansuk Song
Corpus-Based Approach for Nominal Compound Analysis for Korean Based on Linguistic and Statistical Information

EACL 1999: CoNLL-99 Computational Natural Language Learning

W99-0700: Front Matter

W99-0701: Chunyu Kitt; Yorick Wilks
Unsupervised Learning of Word Boundary with Description Length Gain

W99-0702: Andrd Kemp
Experiments in Unsupervised Entropy-Based Corpus Segmentation

W99-0703: Kemal Oflazer; Sergei Nirenburg
Practical Bootstrapping of Morphological Analyzers

W99-0704: Stephan Raaijmakers
Finding Representations for Memory-Based Language Learning

W99-0705: Torbjorn Lager
The u-TBL System: Logic Programming Tools for Transformation-Based Learning

W99-0706: Lisa Ferro; Marc Vilain; Alexander Yeh
Learning Transformation Rules to Find Grammatical Relations

W99-0707: Walter Daelemans; Sabine Buchholz; Jorn Veenstra
Memory-Based Shallow Parsing

W99-0708: Miles Osborne
MDL-based DCG Induction for NP Identification

EACL 1999: Computer and Internet Supported Education in Language and Speech Technology

W99-0800: Front Matter

W99-0802: Gosse Boum
A Modern Computational Linguistics Course Using Dutch

W99-0803: Dafydd Gibbon; Julie Carson-Berndsen
Web tools for introductory computational linguistics

W99-0804: William J Black; Simon Hill; Mahmoud Kassaei
Intranet learning tools for NLP

W99-0805: Martin Cook
Interactive Auditory Demonstrations

W99-0806: Doug Arnold
Web Access to Corpora: the W3Corpora Project

W99-0807: Lars Borin; Mats DahllS
A Corpus-Based Grammar Tutor for Education in Language and Speech Technology

W99-0808: Felisa Verdejo; Julio Gonzalo; Anselmo Penas
An Open Distance Learning Web-Course for NLP in IR

Unsupervised Learning in Natural Language Processing

W99-0900: Front Matter

W99-0901: Steven Abney; Marc Light
Hiding a Semantic Hierarchy in a Markov Model

W99-0902: Timothy Baldwin; Hozumi Tanaka
The applications of unsupervised learning to Japanese grapheme-phoneme alignment

W99-0903: Jeong-Mi Cho; Jungyun Seo; Gil Chang Kim
Dual Distributional Verb Sense Disambiguation with Small Corpora and Machine Readable Dictionaries

W99-0904: Eric Gaussier
Unsupervised learning of derivational morphology from inflectional lexicons

W99-0905: Genichiro KIKUI
Resolving Translation Ambiguity using Non-parallel Bilingual Corpora

W99-0906: Kevin Knight; Kenji Yamada
A Computational Approach to Deciphering Unknown Scripts

W99-0907: Zvika MARX; Ido DAGAN; Eli SHAMIR
Detecting Sub-Topic Correspondence through Bipartite Term Clustering

W99-0908: Andrew McCallum; Kamal Nigam
Text Classification by Bootstrapping with Keywords, EM and Shrinkage

W99-0909: Stephen Watkinson; Suresh Manandhar
Unsupervised Lexical Learning with Categorial Grammars

Proceedings of the 12th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics (NODALIDA 1999)

W99-10 [bib]: Entire volume

W99-1000: Front Matter

W99-1001 [bib]: Tore Amble
BusTUC–A natural language bus route adviser in Prolog

W99-1002 [bib]: Antti Arppe
Developing a grammar checker for Swedish

W99-1003 [bib]: Juhani Birn
Detecting grammar errors with Lingsoft's Swedish grammar checker

W99-1004 [bib]: Lars Borin
Pivot Alignment

W99-1005 [bib]: Rickard Domeij; Ola Knutsson; Johan Carlberger; Viggo Kann
Granska–an efficient hybrid system for Swedish grammar checking

W99-1006 [bib]: Kristofer Franzén
Adapting an English Information Extraction System to Swedish

W99-1007 [bib]: Kristin Hagen; Janne Bondi Johannessen; Anders Nøklestad
The shortcomings of a tagger

W99-1008 [bib]: Anette Hulth; Lars Asker
Merging Classifiers for Improved Information Retrieval

W99-1009 [bib]: Anna Jonsson
Extracting Keywords from Digital Document Collections

W99-1010 [bib]: Atanas K. Kiryakov; Kiril Iv. Simov
Ontologically Supported Semantic Matching

W99-1011 [bib]: Janne Lindberg
Automatic Detection of Lexicalised Phrases in Swedish

W99-1012 [bib]: Beáta Megyesi; Sara Rydin
Towards a Finite-State Parser for Swedish

W99-1013 [bib]: Costanza Navarretta
Semantic Clustering of Adjectives and Verbs Based on Syntactic Patterns

W99-1014 [bib]: Anne Neville
An HPSG Account of Danish Pre-nominals

W99-1015 [bib]: Arild Noven; Per Arne Larsen; Bente Moxness; Kolbjørn Slethei
Tonem 1 eller 2 eller 1,5? (Toneme 1 or 2 or 1,5?) [In Norwegian]

W99-1016 [bib]: Patrizia Paggio
Syntactic Analysis and Error Correction for Danish in the SCARRIE Project

W99-1017 [bib]: Botond Pakucs; Björn Gambäck
Designing a System for Swedish Spoken Document Retrieval

W99-1018 [bib]: Stina Nylander
Statistics and Phonotactical Rules in Finding OCR Errors

W99-1019 [bib]: Paulo Quaresma; Irene Pimenta Rodrigues
An Information Retrieval System with Cooperative Behaviour

W99-1020 [bib]: Diana Santos; Signe Oksefjell
An Evaluation of the Translation Corpus Aligner, with special reference to the language pair English-Portuguese

W99-1021 [bib]: Koenraad de Smedt; Victoria Rosén
Automatic proofreading for Norwegian: The challenges of lexical and grammatical variation

W99-1022 [bib]: Jörg Tiedemann
Word Alignment Step by Step

W99-1023 [bib]: Heli Uibo
On Using the Two-level Model as the Basis of Morphological Analysis and Synthesis of Estonian

W99-1024 [bib]: Andy Way
LFG-DOT: Combining Constraint-Based and Empirical Methodologies for Robust MT