Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing

9th International Conference, CICLing 2008, Haifa, Israel, February 17-23, 2008. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-78134-9 (Print) 978-3-540-78135-6 (Online)

Table of contents (56 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Language Resources

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      A Distributed Database System for Developing Ontological and Lexical Resources in Harmony

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      Pages 16-27

      Verb Class Discovery from Rich Syntactic Data

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      Pages 28-39

      Growing TreeLex

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      Pages 40-51

      Acquisition of Elementary Synonym Relations from Biological Structured Terminology

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      A Comparison of Co-occurrence and Similarity Measures as Simulations of Context

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      Various Criteria of Collocation Cohesion in Internet: Comparison of Resolving Power

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      Pages 73-84

      Why Don’t Romanians Have a Five O’clock Tea, Nor Halloween, But Have a Kind of Valentines Day?

  3. Best Student Paper Award

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      SIGNUM: A Graph Algorithm for Terminology Extraction

  4. Morphology and Syntax

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      Pages 96-105

      Arabic Morphology Parsing Revisited

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      Pages 106-116

      A Probabilistic Model for Guessing Base Forms of New Words by Analogy

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      Pages 117-127

      Unsupervised and Knowledge-Free Learning of Compound Splits and Periphrases

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      Pages 128-139

      German Decompounding in a Difficult Corpus

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      Pages 140-150

      Clause Boundary Identification Using Conditional Random Fields

  5. Semantics and Discourse

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        Pages 151-170

        Natural Language as the Basis for Meaning Representation and Inference

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        Pages 171-182

        Layer Structures and Conceptual Hierarchies in Semantic Representations for NLP

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        Pages 183-193

        Deep Lexical Semantics

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        Pages 194-205

        On Ontology Based Abduction  for Text Interpretation

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        Pages 206-218

        Analysis of Joint Inference Strategies for the Semantic Role Labeling of Spanish and Catalan

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        Pages 219-230

        A Preliminary Study on the Robustness and Generalization of Role Sets for Semantic Role Labeling

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        Pages 231-240

        XTM: A Robust Temporal Text Processor

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