Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997

Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997

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The subjects found in this book represent a cross-section of current research topics in computational linguistics and are related to the fields of grammatical description, statistical modelling and natural language technology. Grammatical description is included in the form of work on HPSG, both the application of HPSG and investigation of the structure of HPSG itself. Another popular methodology, statistical modelling, is amply present as well: there are papers on the use of statistical models in such varied areas as language evolution, phonotactics, index term identification and bilingual dictionary creation. Finally, as can also be seen from the latter two subjects, computational linguistics is closely related to natural language technology systems and resources. This is shown by papers on document analysis, controlled languages, text generation and lexicon acquisition.Bateman, J. A. and Hovy, E. H.(1991), Computers and text generation: Principles and uses, in C. Butler (ed.) ... in G. Adomi and M. Zock (eds), Trends in Natural Language Generation: An Artificial Intelligence Perspective, Springer, Berlin, 17- 46. ... Elhadad, M.{1993), FUF: The Universal Unifier- User Manual, version 5.2, New York. Technical Report CUCS-038-91. Elhadad, M. and Robin, J.( 1 996), An overview of SURGE: A reusable comprehensive syntactic realization component.

Title:Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997
Author:Peter-Arno Coppen, Hans van Halteren, Lisanne Teunissen
Publisher:Rodopi - 1998


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