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Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing

6th International Conference, CICLing 2005, Mexico City, Mexico, February 13-19, 2005. Proceedings

  • Alexander Gelbukh

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3406)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Computational Linguistics Research

    1. Computational Linguistics Formalisms

      1. Ralph Debusmann, Oana Postolache, Maarika Traat
        Pages 25-36
      2. C. H. A. Koster
        Pages 48-59
      3. Luis A. Pineda, Ivan V. Meza
        Pages 73-82
      4. Anca Dinu, Liviu P. Dinu
        Pages 83-87
    2. Semantics and Discourse

    3. Parsing and Syntactic Disambiguation

      1. M. Vilares, J. Otero, J. Graña
        Pages 120-131
      2. Deyi Xiong, Qun Liu, Shouxun Lin
        Pages 132-141
      3. Johnny Bigert, Jonas Sjöbergh, Ola Knutsson, Magnus Sahlgren
        Pages 142-154
      4. Yongmei Tan, Tianshun Yao, Qing Chen, Jingbo Zhu
        Pages 167-176
    4. Morphology

      1. Alfonso Medina Urrea, Jaroslava Hlaváčová
        Pages 189-197
      2. Maosong Sun, Shengfen Luo, Benjamin K T’sou
        Pages 202-213
      3. Yaodong Chen, Ting Wang, Huowang Chen
        Pages 214-217
    5. Anaphora and Coreference

      1. Xiaofeng Yang, Jian Su, Lingpeng Yang
        Pages 218-221
      2. Claudia Sassen, Peter Kühnlein
        Pages 222-225
    6. Word Sense Disambiguation

      1. Ted Pedersen, Amruta Purandare, Anagha Kulkarni
        Pages 226-237
      2. Zheng-Yu Niu, Donghong Ji, Chew-Lim Tan, Lingpeng Yang
        Pages 238-241
      3. Alfio Massimiliano Gliozzo, Marcello Ranieri, Carlo Strapparava
        Pages 242-245
      4. Aarón Pancardo-Rodríguez, Manuel Montes-y-Gómez, Luis Villaseñor-Pineda, Paolo Rosso
        Pages 246-249
      5. Victoria Arranz, Jordi Atserias, Mauro Castillo
        Pages 250-262
      6. Davide Buscaldi, Paolo Rosso, Manuel Montes y Gómez
        Pages 263-266
      7. Paolo Rosso, Manuel Montes-y-Gómez, Davide Buscaldi, Aarón Pancardo-Rodríguez, Luis Villaseñor Pineda
        Pages 267-279
    7. Lexical Resources

      1. Masaki Murata, Toshiyuki Kanamaru, Hitoshi Isahara
        Pages 293-304
      2. Karel Pala, Radek Sedláček
        Pages 305-311
      3. Vivi Nastase, Stan Szpakowicz
        Pages 312-323
      4. Qiang Zhou, Zushun Chen
        Pages 333-336
      5. Sofía N. Galicia-Haro, Alexander Gelbukh
        Pages 337-340
    8. Natural Language Generation

    9. Machine Translation

      1. I. Boguslavsky, J. Cardeñosa, C. Gallardo, L. Iraola
        Pages 377-387
      2. Igor M. Boguslavsky, Leonid L. Iomdin, Alexander V. Lazursky, Leonid G. Mityushin, Victor G. Sizov, Leonid G. Kreydlin et al.
        Pages 388-399
      3. Xiaojie Wang, Fuji Ren
        Pages 400-412
    10. Speech and Natural Language Interfaces

      1. Jongkuk Kim, Ki Young Lee, Myung Jin Bae
        Pages 429-432
      2. Luis Villaseñor-Pineda, Viet Bac Le, Manuel Montes-y-Gómez, Manuel Pérez-Coutiño
        Pages 433-436
      3. Wangrae Jo, Jongkuk Kim, Myung Jin Bae
        Pages 437-440

About these proceedings

Introduction

CICLing 2005 (www.CICLing.org) was the 6th Annual Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics. It was intended to provide a balanced view of the cutting-edge developments in both the theoretical foundations of computational linguistics and the practice of natural-language text processing with its numerous applications. A feature of CICLing conferences is their wide scope that covers nearly all areas of computational linguistics and all aspects of natural language processing applications. This year we were honored by the presence of our keynote speakers Christian Boitet (CLIPS-IMAG, Grenoble), Kevin Knight (ISI), Daniel Marcu (ISI), and Ellen Riloff (University of Utah), who delivered excellent extended lectures and organized vivid discussions and encouraging tutorials; their invited papers are published in this volume. Of 151 submissions received, 88 were selected for presentation; 53 as full papers and 35 as short papers, by exactly 200 authors from 26 countries: USA (15 papers); Mexico (12); China (9.5); Spain (7.5); South Korea (5.5); Singapore (5); Germany (4.8); Japan (4); UK (3.5); France (3.3); India (3); Italy (3); Czech Republic (2.5); Romania (2.3); Brazil, Canada, Greece, Ireland, Israel, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland (1 each); Hong Kong (0.5); and Russia (0.5) including the invited papers. Internationally co-authored papers are counted in equal fractions.

Keywords

NLP Universal Networking Language algorithms computational linguistics document processing information extraction intelligent user interfaces machine translation natural language processing ontology parsing semantics speech synthesis text classification text processing

Editors and affiliations

  • Alexander Gelbukh
    • 1
  1. 1.National Polytechnic InstituteCenter for Computing ResearchMexico CityMéxico

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b105772
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-24523-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-30586-6
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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