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Natural Language Processing - IJCNLP 2005 : Second International Joint Conference, Jeju Island, Korea, October 11-13, 2005, Proceedings - Robert Dale

Natural Language Processing - IJCNLP 2005

Second International Joint Conference, Jeju Island, Korea, October 11-13, 2005, Proceedings

By: Robert Dale (Editor), Kam-Fai Wong (Editor), Jian Su (Editor), Oi Yee Kwong (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st November 2005
ISBN: 9783540291725
Number Of Pages: 1034

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The Theme of IJCNLP 2005: "NLP with Kimchee," a Conference with a Unique Flavor Welcometo IJCNLP 2005, thesecondannualconferenceof theAsian Federation ofNaturalLanguageProcessing(AFNLP). Followingthesuccessofthe?rstc- ference held in the beautiful cityof Sanya, Hainan Island, China, in March2004, IJCNLP 2005 is held in yet another attractive Asian resort, namely Jeju Island in Korea, on October 11-13, 2005 - the ideal place and season for appreciating mugunghwa, the rose of Sharon, and the national ?ower of Korea. On behalf of the Program Committee, we are excited to present these p- ceedings, which collect together the papers accepted for oral presentation at the conference. We received 289 submissions in total, from 32 economies all over the world: 77% from Asia, 11% from Europe, 0.3% from Africa, 1.7% from Australasia and 10% from North America. We are delighted to report that the popularity of IJCNLP has signi?cantly increased this year, with an increase of 37% from the 211 submissions from 16 economies and 3 continents received for IJCNLP 2004. With such a large number of submissions, the paper selection process was not easy. With the very considerable assistance of our 12 area chairs - Claire Gardent, Jamie Henderson, Chu-Ren Huang, Kentaro Inui, GaryLee, Kim-Teng Lua, Helen Meng, Diego MollĀ“ a, Jian-Yun Nie, Dragomir Radev, Manfred Stede, andMing Zhou- andthe 133internationalreviewers,90papers(31%)were- cepted for oral presentation and 62 papers (21%) were recommended as posters.

A new method for sentiment classification in text retrievalp. 1
Topic tracking based on linguistic featuresp. 10
The use of monolingual context vectors for missing translations in cross-language information retrievalp. 22
Automatic image annotation using maximum entropy modelp. 34
Corpus-based analysis of Japanese relative clause constructionsp. 46
Parsing biomedical literaturep. 58
Parsing the Penn Chinese treebank with semantic knowledgep. 70
Using a partially annotated corpus to build a dependency parser for Japanesep. 82
Entropy as an indicator of context boundaries : an experiment using a Web search enginep. 93
Automatic discovery of attribute words from Web documentsp. 106
Aligning needless in a haystack : paraphrase acquisition across the Webp. 119
Confirmed knowledge acquisition using mails posted to a mailing listp. 131
Automatic partial parsing rule acquisition using decision tree inductionp. 143
Chunking using conditional random fields in Korean textsp. 155
High efficiency realization for a wide-coverage unification grammarp. 165
Linguistically-motivated grammar extraction, generalization and adaptationp. 177
PP-attachment disambiguation boosted by a gigantic volume of unambiguous examplesp. 188
Adapting a probabilistic disambiguation model of an HPSG parser to a new domainp. 199
A hybrid approach to single and multiple PP attachment using WordNetp. 211
Period disambiguration with Maxent modelp. 223
Acquiring synonyms from monolingual comparable textsp. 233
A method of recognizing entity and relationp. 245
Inversion transduction grammar constraints for mining parallel sentences from quasi-comparable corporap. 257
Automatic term extraction based on perplexity of compound wordsp. 269
Document clustering with grouping and chaining algorithmsp. 280
Using multiple discriminant analysis approach for linear text segmentationp. 292
Classifying Chinese texts in two stepsp. 302
Assigning polarity scores to reviews using machine learning techniquesp. 314
Analogy as functional recategorization : abstraction with HowNet semanticsp. 326
PLSI utilization for automatic thesaurus constructionp. 334
Analysis of an iterative algorithm for term-based ontology alignmentp. 346
Finding taxonomical relation from an MRD for thesaurus extensionp. 357
Relation extraction using support vector machinep. 366
Discovering relations between named entities from a large raw corpus using tree similarity-based clusteringp. 378
Automatic relation extraction with model order selection and discriminative label identificationp. 390
Mining inter-entity semantic relations using improved transductive learningp. 402
A preliminary work on classifying time granularities of temporal questionsp. 414
Classification of multiple-sentence questionsp. 426
A rule based syllabification algorithm for Sinhalap. 438
An ensemble of grapheme and phoneme for machine transliterationp. 450
Improving statistical word alignment with ensemble methodsp. 462
Empirical study of utilizing morph-syntactic information in SMTp. 474
Instance-based generation for interactive restricted domain question answering systemsp. 486
Answering definition questions using Web knowledge basesp. 498
Exploring syntactic relation patterns for question answeringp. 507
Web-based unsupervised learning for query formulation in question answeringp. 519
A chunking strategy towards unknown word detection in Chinese word segmentationp. 530
A lexicon-constrained character model for Chinese morphological analysisp. 542
Relative compositionality of multi-word expressions : a study of verb-noun (V-N) collocationsp. 553
Automatic extraction of fixed multiword expressionsp. 565
Phrase-based statistical machine translation : a level of detail approachp. 576
Why is zero marking important in Korean?p. 588
A phrase-based context-dependent joint probability model for named entity translationp. 600
Machine translation based on constraint-based synchronous grammarp. 612
A machine learning approach to sentence ordering for multidocument summarization and its evaluationp. 624
Significant sentence extraction by euclidean distance based on singular value decompositionp. 636
Two-phase biomedical named entity recognition using a hybrid methodp. 646
Heuristic methods for reducing errors of geographic named entities learned by bootstrappingp. 658
Building a Japanese-Chinese dictionary using Kanji/Hanzi conversionp. 670
Automatic acquisition of basic katakana lexicon from a given corpusp. 682
CTEMP : a Chinese temporal parser for extracting and normalizing temporal informationp. 694
French-English terminology extraction from comparable corporap. 707
A twin-candidate model of coreference resolution with non-anaphor identification capabilityp. 719
Improving Korean speech acts analysis by using shrinkage and discourse stackp. 731
Anaphora resolution for biomedical literature by exploiting multiple resourcesp. 742
Automatic slide generation based on discourse structure analysisp. 754
Using the structure of a conceptual network in computing semantic relatednessp. 767
Semantic role labelling of prepositional phrasesp. 779
Global path-based refinement of noisy graphs applied to verb semanticsp. 792
Semantic role tagging for Chinese at the lexical levelp. 804
Detecting article errors based on the mass count distinctionp. 815
Principles of non-stationary hidden Markov model and its applications to sequence labeling taskp. 827
Integrating punctuation rules and Naive bayesian model for Chinese creation title recognitionp. 838
A connectionist model of anticipation in visual worldsp. 849
Automatically inducing a part-of-speech tagger by projecting from multiple source languages across aligned corporap. 862
The verbal entries and their description in a grammatical information-dictionary of contemporary Tibetanp. 874
Tense tagging for verbs in cross-lingual context : a case studyp. 885
Regularisation techniques for conditional random fields : parameterised versus parameter-freep. 896
Exploiting lexical conceptual structure for paraphrase generationp. 908
Word sense disambiguation by relative selectionp. 920
Towards robust high performance word sense disambiguation of English verbs using rich linguistic featuresp. 933
Automatic interpretation of noun compounds using WordNet similarityp. 945
An empirical study on language model adaptation using a metric of domain similarityp. 957
A comparative study of language models for book and author recognitionp. 969
Lexical choice via topic adaptation for paraphrasing written language to spoken languagep. 981
A case-based reasoning approach for speech corpus generationp. 993
Web-based terminology translation miningp. 1004
Extracting terminologically relevant collocations in the translation of Chinese monographp. 1017
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ISBN: 9783540291725
ISBN-10: 3540291725
Series: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 1034
Published: 1st November 2005
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 14.8  x 5.28
Weight (kg): 3.2
Edition Type: Annotated