Computational linguistics and intelligent text processing : third international conference, CICLing 2002, Mexico City, Mexico, February 17-23, 2002 : proceedings / Alexander Gelbukh (ed.).
Contributor(s): Gelbukh, AlexanderMaterial type: TextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 2276.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2002Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 444 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540457152; 3540457151Other title: CICLing 2002Subject(s): Text processing (Computer science) -- Congresses | Computational linguistics -- Congresses | Computational linguistics | Text processing (Computer science)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:CICLing (3rd : 2002 : Mexico City, Mexico): Computational linguistics and intelligent text processing : third international conference, CICLing 2002, Mexico City, Mexico, February 17-23, 2002 : proceedingsDDC classification: 006.35 LOC classification: QA76.9.T48 | I54 2002ebOther classification: 17.46 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics, CICLing 2002, held in Mexico City, Mexico in February 2002. The 44 revised papers presented together with four invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 67 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on semantics, word sense disambiguation, amaphora, syntax and parsing, part of speech tagging, lexicon and corpus, text generation, morphology, speech, spelling, information extraction and information retrieval, summarization, text mining, and text classification and categorization, document processing, and demo descriptions.
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Computational Linguistics -- Multiword Expressions: A Pain in the Neck for NLP -- A Hypothesis on the Origin of the Sign Types -- Quantification and Intensionality in Situation Semantics -- Generalized Quantification in Situation Semantics -- Sign Language Translation via DRT and HPSG -- Multilayered Extended Semantic Networks as a Language for Meaning Representation in NLP Systems -- Constructing a Sensuous Judgment System Based on Conceptual Processing -- Towards a Natural Language Driven Automated Help Desk -- Lexical Tuning -- A Baseline Methodology for Word Sense Disambiguation -- An Adapted Lesk Algorithm for Word Sense Disambiguation Using WordNet -- Feature Selection Analysis for Maximum Entropy-Based WSD -- Combining Supervised-Unsupervised Methods for Word Sense Disambiguation -- A Proposal for WSD Using Semantic Similarity -- A New, Fully Automatic Version of Mitkov's Knowledge-Poor Pronoun Resolution Method -- Pronominal Anaphora Generation in an English-Spanish MT Approach -- Using LSA for Pronominal Anaphora Resolution -- The Spanish Auxiliary Verb System in HPSG -- Surface Syntactic Relations in Spanish -- Parsing Ill-Formed Inputs with Constraint Graphs -- Part-of-Speech Tagging with Evolutionary Algorithms -- Formal Methods of Tokenization for Part-of-Speech Tagging -- Sepe: A POS Tagger for Spanish -- Fuzzy Set Tagging -- Towards a Standard for a Multilingual Lexical Entry: The EAGLES/ISLE Initiative -- Quantitative Comparison of Homonymy in Spanish EuroWordNet and Traditional Dictionaries -- Compilation of a Spanish Representative Corpus -- Aligning Multiword Terms Using a Hybrid Approach -- Automatic Selection of Defining Vocabulary in an Explanatory Dictionary -- Integrated Natural Language Generation with Schema-Tree Adjoining Grammars -- Experiments with a Bilingual Document Generation Environment -- A Computational Model of Change in Politeness with the Addition of Word Endings -- Tartar Morphology Implementation -- Automatic Generation of Pronunciation Lexicons for Spanish -- Intelligent Text Processing -- Diacritics Restoration: Learning from Letters versus Learning from Words -- A Comparative Study of Information Extraction Strategies -- Answer Extraction in Technical Domains -- Automatic Extraction of Non-standard Lexical Data for a Metalinguistic Information Database -- Text Segmentation for Efficient Information Retrieval -- Using Syntactic Dependency-Pairs Conflation to Improve Retrieval Performance in Spanish -- Multi-document Summarization Using Informative Words and Its Evaluation with a QA System -- Automated Selection of Interesting Medical Text Documents by the TEA Text Analyzer -- Chinese Documents Classification Based on N-Grams -- Cross-Lingual Document Similarity Calculation Using the Multilingual Thesaurus EUROVOC -- Empirical Formula for Testing Word Similarity and Its Application for Constructing a Word Frequency List -- AutoMarkup: A Tool for Automatically Marking up Text Documents -- Identification of Recurrent Patterns to Extract Definitory Contexts -- Specification Marks Method: Design and Implementation.