- Wayan Arka - The Australian National University
- Timothy John Baldwin - The University of Melbourne
- Avery Andrews - The Australian National University
- Jane Simpson - The Australian National University
- Nicholas Evans - The Australian National University
- Mistica, Meladel, Timothy Baldwin and Wayan Arka (2011) Word Classes in Indonesian: A Linguistic Reality or a Convenient Fallacy in Natural Language Processing?,
In Proceedings of the 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 25), Singapore, pp. 293—302.
- Mistica, Meladel, Wayan Arka, Timothy Baldwin and Avery Andrews (2009) Double
Double, Morphology and Trouble: Looking into Reduplication in
Indonesian, In Proceedings of the 2009 Australasian Language
Technology Workshop (ALTW 2009), Sydney, Australia, pp. 44—52.
- Arka, I Wayan, Avery Andrews, Mary Dalrymple, Meladel Mistica, and Jane Simpson (2009) A linguistics and computational morphosyntactic analysis for the applicative -i in Indonesian, in Proceedings of LFG 2009, Cambridge, UK, July 2009, pp. 85—105.
- Mistica, Meladel and Timothy Baldwin (2009) Recognising
the Predicate-argument Structure of Tagalog, in Proceedings of North
American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Human
Language Technologies 2009 (NAACL HLT 2009): Short Papers, Boulder, USA,
- Mistica, Meladel, Timothy Baldwin, Marisa Cordella and Simon Musgrave
Discourse Analysis and Data Mining Methods to Spoken
OSCE Assessments, In Proceedings of the
22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING
2008), Manchester, UK, pp. 577—584.
- Kim, Su Nam, Meladel Mistica and Timothy Baldwin (2007) Extending
Sense Collocations in Interpreting Noun
Compounds, In Proceedings of the 2007 Australasian Language Technology Workshop (ALTW
2007), Melbourne, Australia, pp. 49—56.
- NLP, computational linguistics, grammar engineering, but computational discourse rocks my world
- Morphology and morpho-syntax (reduplication, applicativisation, and valence changing processes)
- Data mining, unsupervised methods
- Austronesian languages (Tagalog, Indonesian, Kapampangan)
- Basque grammar engineering (but don't tell my supervisors)
Semester 2, 2010
- Tutor for Capstone Subject: Exploring Linguistics Diversity (The University of Melbourne)
- Guest Lecture: Lexicography (The Australian National University)
- ILFG Association (2011-2014): LFG Bibliographer (Please email me your new LFG publications)
- CLW/AL 2012: Co-programme Chair (with Francis Bond, NTU)
- ICAL 2012: Organising Committee Member
- LFG 2012: Organising Committee Member
- ALS 2011: Planning Committee Member (Organiser for Poster Sessions)
- ALTW 2011: Programme Committee Member and Liaison for ALS 2011
- ALTW 2010: Local Organising Committee Member
- AIRS 2010: Programme Committee Member (Secondary Reviewer)
- OzCLO 2009/10: Steering Committee Member and ACT Chair
- ALTW 2008: Volunteer
- PACLING 2007: Local Organising Committee Member
- Implementation issues of valence increasing and valence reducing morphology in Indonesian. Fall ParGram 2009, Microsoft Research Centre, San Francisco.
- Investigating Word Classes in Indonesian and the Implications for Grammar Engineering. Fall ParGram 2011, Microsoft Research Centre, Mountain View.
- Word Classes in Indonesian: A convenience for NLP? October 14, 2011. Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (The University of the Basque Country), Donostia (San Sebastian).
- Using Computational Methods for Linguistic Investigation: The Case of Word Classes in Indonesian. ALS Conference, December 4, 2011. The Australian National University, Canberra (our lovely nation's capital).