Book Volume 7816 2013

Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing

14th International Conference, CICLing 2013, Samos, Greece, March 24-30, 2013, Proceedings, Part I

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ISBN: 978-3-642-37246-9 (Print) 978-3-642-37247-6 (Online)

Table of contents (45 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. General Techniques

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      Unsupervised Feature Adaptation for Cross-Domain NLP with an Application to Compositionality Grading

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      Syntactic Dependency-Based N-grams: More Evidence of Usefulness in Classification

  3. Lexical Resources

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      A Quick Tour of BabelNet 1.1

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      Automatic Pipeline Construction for Real-Time Annotation

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      A Multilingual GRUG Treebank for Underresourced Languages

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      Creating an Annotated Corpus for Extracting Canonical Citations from Classics-Related Texts by Using Active Annotation

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      Approaches of Anonymisation of an SMS Corpus

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      A Corpus Based Approach for the Automatic Creation of Arabic Broken Plural Dictionaries

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      Pages 98-113

      Temporal Classifiers for Predicting the Expansion of Medical Subject Headings

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      Knowledge Discovery on Incompatibility of Medical Concepts

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      Pages 126-138

      Extraction of Part-Whole Relations from Turkish Corpora

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      Chinese Terminology Extraction Using EM-Based Transfer Learning Method

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      Orthographic Transcription for Spoken Tunisian Arabic

  4. Morphology and Tokenization

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      Pages 164-173

      An Improved Stemming Approach Using HMM for a Highly Inflectional Language

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      Pages 174-188

      Semi-automatic Acquisition of Two-Level Morphological Rules for Iban Language

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      Pages 189-200

      Finite State Morphology for Amazigh Language

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      Pages 201-217

      New Perspectives in Sinographic Language Processing through the Use of Character Structure

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      The Application of Kalman Filter Based Human-Computer Learning Model to Chinese Word Segmentation

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      Pages 231-244

      Machine Learning for High-Quality Tokenization Replicating Variable Tokenization Schemes

  5. Syntax and Named Entity Recognition

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      Pages 245-257

      Structural Prediction in Incremental Dependency Parsing

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