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37th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

P99-1000: Front matter

P99-1001: Marti A. Hearst
Untangling Text Data Mining

P99-1002: Sadaoki Furu
AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION AND ITS APPLICATION TO INFORMATION EXTRACTION

P99-1003: George A. Miller
The Lexical Component of Natural Language Processing

P99-1004: Lillian Lee
Measures of Distributional Similarity

P99-1005: Lillian Lee
Distributional Similarity Models: Clustering vs. Nearest Neighbors

P99-1006: Bonnie Webber; Alistair Knott; Matthew Stone; Aravind Joshi
Discourse Relations: A Structural and Presuppositional Account Using Lexicalised TAG

P99-1007: Claire Garde
Unifying Parallels

P99-1008: Matthew Berland; Eugene Charniak
Finding Parts in Very Large Corpora

P99-1009: Eric Brill; Grace Ngai
Man* vs. Machine: A Case Study in Base Noun Phrase Learning

P99-1010: Rebecca Hwa
Supervised Grammar Induction using Training Data with Limited Constituent Information

P99-1011: Mark Dras
A Meta-Level Grammar: Redefining Synchronous TAG for Translation and Paraphrase

P99-1012: William Schuler
Preserving Semantic Dependencies in Synchronous Tree Adjoining Grammar

P99-1013: Shuly Wintner
Compositional Semantics for Linguistic Formalisms

P99-1014: Mats Rooth Stefan; Riezler Detlef Prescher
Inducing a Semantically Annotated Lexicon via EM-Based Clustering

P99-1015: Eric V. Siegel
Corpus-Based Linguistic Indicators for Aspectual Classification

P99-1016: Sharon A. Caraballo
Automatic construction of a hypernym-labeled noun hierarchy from text

P99-1017: John A. Bateman
Using aggregation for selecting content when generating referring expressions

P99-1018: James Shaw; Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou
Ordering Among Premodifiers

P99-1019: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
Bilingual Hebrew-English Generation of Possessives and Partitives: Raising the Input Abstraction Level

P99-1020: Rada Mihalcea; Dan I. Moldovan
A Method for Word Sense Disambiguation of Unrestricted Text

P99-1021: Andrei Mikheev
A Knowledge-free Method for Capitalized Word Disambiguation

P99-1022: Radu Florian; David Yarowsk
Dynamic Nonlocal Language Modeling via Hierarchical Topic-Based Adaptation

P99-1023: Scott M. Thede; Mary P. Harper
A Second-Order Hidden Markov Model for Part-of-Speech Tagging

P99-1024: Amanda Stent; John Doweling; Jean Mark Gawron; Elizabeth Owen Bratt; Robert Moore
The CommandTalk Spoken Dialogue System

P99-1025: Alicia Abella; Allen L. Gorin
Construct Algebra: Analytical Dialog Management

P99-1026: Mikio Nakano; Noboru Miyazaki; Jun-ichi Hirasawa; Kohji Dohsaka; Takeshi Kawabata
Understanding Unsegmented User Utterances in Real-Time Spoken Dialogue Systems

P99-1027: J. Scott McCarley
Should we Translate the Documents or the Queries in Cross-language Information Retrieval?

P99-1028: Hsin-Hsi Chen; Guo-Wei Bian; Wen-Cheng Lin
Resolving Translation Ambiguity and Target Polysemy in Cross-Language Information Retrieval

P99-1029: Myung-Gil Jang; Sung Hyon Myaeng; Se Young Park
Using Mutual Information to Resolve Query Translation Ambiguities and Query Term Weighting

P99-1030: Won Seug Choi; Jeong-Mi Cho; Jungyun Sea
Analysis System of Speech Acts and Discourse Structures Using Maximum Entropy Model

P99-1031: Sherri L. Condon; Claude G. Cech; William R. Edwards
Measuring Conformity to Discourse Routines in Decision-Making Interactions

P99-1032: Janyce M. Wiebe; Rebecca F. Bruce; Thomas P. O'Hara
Development and Use of a Gold-Standard Data Set for Subjectivity Classifications

P99-1033: Kemal Oflazer
Dependency Parsing with an Extended Finite State Approach

P99-1034: Gabor Proszeky; Balazs Kis
A Unification-based Approach to Morpho-syntactic Parsing of Agglutinative and Other (Highly) Inflectional Languages

P99-1035: Franz Beil; Glenn Carroll; Detlef Prescher; Stefan Riezler; Mats Rooth
Inside-Outside Estimation of a Lexicalized PCFG for German

P99-1036: Masaaki NAGATA
A Part of Speech Estimation Method for Japanese Unknown Words using a Statistical Model of Morphology and Context

P99-1037: Antal van den Bosch; Walter Daelemans
Memory-Based Morphological Analysis

P99-1038: Alistair Willis; Suresh Manandhar
Two Accounts of Scope Availability and Semantic Underspecification

P99-1039: Mark Steedman
Alternating Quantifier Scope in CCG

P99-1040: Diane J. Litman; Marilyn A. Walker; Michael S. Kearns
Automatic Detection of Poor Speech Recognition at the Dialogue Level

P99-1041: Dekang Lin
Automatic Identification of Non-compositional Phrases

P99-1042: Lynette Hirschman; Marc Light; Eric Breck; John D. Burger
Deep Read: A Reading Comprehension System

P99-1043: Pascale FUNG; LIU Xiaohu; CHEUNG Chi Shun
Mixed Language Query Disambiguation

P99-1044: Christian Jacquemin
Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic Representations of Term Variation

P99-1045: Simon H. Corston-Oliver; William B. Dolan
Less is more: Eliminating index terms from subordinate clauses

P99-1046: Jeffrey C. Reynar
Statistical Models for Topic Segmentation

P99-1047: Daniel Marcu
A Decision-Based Approach to Rhetorical Parsing

P99-1048: David L. Bean; Ellen Riloff
Corpus-Based Identification of Non-Anaphoric Noun Phrases

P99-1049: Hideki Tanaka; Akio Yokoo
An Efficient Statistical Speech Act Type Tagging System for Speech Translation Systems

P99-1050: Emmanuel Morin
Projecting Corpus-Based Semantic Links on a Thesaurus

P99-1051: Maria Lapata
Acquiring Lexical Generalizations from Corpora: A Case Study for Diathesis Alternations

P99-1052: W. Kasper; B. Kiefer; H.-U. Krieger; C. J. Rupp; K. L. Worm
Charting the Depths of Robust Speech Parsing

P99-1053: Mark G. Core; Lenhart K. Schubert
A Syntactic Framework for Speech Repairs and Other Disruptions

P99-1054: Brian Roark; Mark Johnson
Efficient probabilistic top-down and left-corner parsing

P99-1055: Charles D. Yang
A Selectionist Theory of Language Acquisition

P99-1056: Marielle Lange; Alain Content
The grapho-phonological system of written French: Statistical analysis and empirical validation

P99-1057: Hwee Tou Ng; Chung Yong Lim; Jessica Li Teng Koo
Learning to Recognize Tables in Free Text

P99-1058: Alexander Holt; Ewan Klein
A semantically-derived subset of English for hardware verification

P99-1059: Jason Eisner; Giorgio Satta
Efficient Parsing for Bilexical Context-Free Grammars and Head Automaton Grammars

P99-1060: Mark Hepple
An Earley-style Predictive Chart Parsing Method for Lambek Grammars

P99-1061: Bernd Kiefert; Hans-Ulrich Kriegert; John Carrollt; Rob Malouf
A Bag of Useful Techniques for Efficient and Robust Parsing

P99-1062: Sadao Kurohashi; Yasuyuki Sakai
Semantic Analysis of Japanese Noun Phrases - A New Approach to Dictionary-Based Understanding

P99-1063: Hitoshi Isahara; Kyoko Kanzaki
Lexical Semantics to Disambiguate Polysemous Phenomena of Japanese Adnominal Constituents

P99-1064: Patrick CAUDAL
Computational Lexical Semantics, Incrementality, and the So-called Punctuality of Events

P99-1065: Michael Collins; Jan Hajic; Lance Ramshaw; Christoph Tillmann
A Statistical Parser for Czech

P99-1066: Don Blaheta; Eugene Charniak
Automatic Compensation for Parser Figure-of-Merit Flaws

P99-1067: Reinhard Rapp
Automatic Identification of Word Translations from Unrelated English and German Corpora

P99-1068: Philip Resnik
Mining the Web for Bilingual Text

P99-1069: Mark Johnson; Stuart Geman; Stephen Canon; Zhiyi Chi; Stefan Riezler
Estimators for Stochastic "Unification-Based" Grammars

P99-1070: Steven Abney; David McAllester; Fernando Pereira
Relating Probabilistic Grammars and Automata

P99-1071: Regina Barzilay; Kathleen R. McKeown; Michael Elhadad
Information Fusion in the Context of Multi-Document Summarization

P99-1072: Inderjeet Mani; Barbara Gates; Eric Bloedorn
Improving Summaries by Revising Them

P99-1073: Kavita Thomas
Designing a Task-Based Evaluation Methodology for a Spoken Machine Translation System

P99-1074: Edward C. Kaiser
Robust, Finite-State Parsing for Spoken Language Understanding

P99-1075: Yusuke Miyao
Packing of Feature Structures for Efficient Unification of Disjunctive Feature Structures

P99-1076: Alexandra KINYON
Parsing preferences with Lexicalized Trey Adjoining Grammars exploiting the derivation tree

P99-1077: Stefan Kaufmann
Cohesion and Collocation: Using Context Vectors in Text Segmentation

P99-1078: Horacio Saggion
Using Linguistic Knowledge in Automatic Abstracting

P99-1079: Joel R. Tetreault
Analysis of Syntax-Based Pronoun Resolution Methods

P99-1080: Adrian Corduneanu
A Pylonic Decision-Tree Language Model- with Optimal Question Selection

P99-1081: Miriam Goldberg
An Unsupervised Model for Statistically Determining Coordinate Phrase Attachment

P99-1082: Freddy Y. Y. Choi
A flexible distributed architecture for NLP system development and use

P99-1083: Sergey V. Pakhomov
Modeling Filled Pauses in Medical Dictations


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