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Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence | Natural Language Processing – IJCNLP 2005 - Second International Joint Conference, Jeju Island,

Natural Language Processing – IJCNLP 2005

Second International Joint Conference, Jeju Island, Korea, October 11-13, 2005, Proceedings

Dale, R., Wong, K.-F., Su, J., Kwong, O.Y. (Eds.)

2005, XXI, 1031 p. Also available online.

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The Theme of IJCNLP 2005: “NLP with Kimchee”, a Conference with a Unique Flavor Welcometo IJCNLP 2005,thesecondannualconferenceof theAsian Federation ofNaturalLanguageProcessing(AFNLP). Followingthesuccessofthe?rstc- ference held in the beautiful cityof Sanya,Hainan Island,China, in March2004, IJCNLP 2005 is held in yet another attractive Asian resort, namely Jeju Island in Korea, on October 11–13, 2005 — the ideal place and season for appreciating mugunghwa, the rose of Sharon, and the national ?ower of Korea. On behalf of the Program Committee, we are excited to present these p- ceedings, which collect together the papers accepted for oral presentation at the conference. We received 289 submissions in total, from 32 economies all over the world: 77% from Asia, 11% from Europe, 0.3% from Africa, 1.7% from Australasia and 10% from North America. We are delighted to report that the popularity of IJCNLP has signi?cantly increased this year, with an increase of 37% from the 211 submissions from 16 economies and 3 continents received for IJCNLP 2004. With such a large number of submissions, the paper selection process was not easy. With the very considerable assistance of our 12 area chairs — Claire Gardent,Jamie Henderson,Chu-Ren Huang,Kentaro Inui, GaryLee, Kim-Teng Lua, Helen Meng, Diego Moll´ a, Jian-Yun Nie, Dragomir Radev, Manfred Stede, andMing Zhou— andthe 133internationalreviewers,90papers(31%)were- cepted for oral presentation and 62 papers (21%) were recommended as posters.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Parsing - Thesaurus - classification - machine translation - natural language - natural language processing - ontology - semantic analysis - text mining - web mining

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Information Retrieval.- A New Method for Sentiment Classification in Text Retrieval.- Topic Tracking Based on Linguistic Features.- The Use of Monolingual Context Vectors for Missing Translations in Cross-Language Information Retrieval.- Automatic Image Annotation Using Maximum Entropy Model.- Corpus-Based Parsing.- Corpus-Based Analysis of Japanese Relative Clause Constructions.- Parsing Biomedical Literature.- Parsing the Penn Chinese Treebank with Semantic Knowledge.- Using a Partially Annotated Corpus to Build a Dependency Parser for Japanese.- Web Mining.- Entropy as an Indicator of Context Boundaries: An Experiment Using a Web Search Engine.- Automatic Discovery of Attribute Words from Web Documents.- Aligning Needles in a Haystack: Paraphrase Acquisition Across the Web.- Confirmed Knowledge Acquisition Using Mails Posted to a Mailing List.- Rule-Based Parsing.- Automatic Partial Parsing Rule Acquisition Using Decision Tree Induction.- Chunking Using Conditional Random Fields in Korean Texts.- High Efficiency Realization for a Wide-Coverage Unification Grammar.- Linguistically-Motivated Grammar Extraction, Generalization and Adaptation.- Disambiguation.- PP-Attachment Disambiguation Boosted by a Gigantic Volume of Unambiguous Examples.- Adapting a Probabilistic Disambiguation Model of an HPSG Parser to a New Domain.- A Hybrid Approach to Single and Multiple PP Attachment Using WordNet.- Period Disambiguation with Maxent Model.- Text Mining.- Acquiring Synonyms from Monolingual Comparable Texts.- A Method of Recognizing Entity and Relation.- Inversion Transduction Grammar Constraints for Mining Parallel Sentences from Quasi-Comparable Corpora.- Automatic Term Extraction Based on Perplexity of Compound Words.- Document Analysis.- Document Clustering with Grouping and Chaining Algorithms.- Using Multiple Discriminant Analysis Approach for Linear Text Segmentation.- Classifying Chinese Texts in Two Steps.- Assigning Polarity Scores to Reviews Using Machine Learning Techniques.- Ontology and Thesaurus.- Analogy as Functional Recategorization: Abstraction with HowNet Semantics.- PLSI Utilization for Automatic Thesaurus Construction.- Analysis of an Iterative Algorithm for Term-Based Ontology Alignment.- Finding Taxonomical Relation from an MRD for Thesaurus Extension.- Relation Extraction.- Relation Extraction Using Support Vector Machine.- Discovering Relations Between Named Entities from a Large Raw Corpus Using Tree Similarity-Based Clustering.- Automatic Relation Extraction with Model Order Selection and Discriminative Label Identification.- Mining Inter-Entity Semantic Relations Using Improved Transductive Learning.- Text Classification.- A Preliminary Work on Classifying Time Granularities of Temporal Questions.- Classification of Multiple-Sentence Questions.- Transliteration.- A Rule Based Syllabification Algorithm for Sinhala.- An Ensemble of Grapheme and Phoneme for Machine Transliteration.- Machine Translation – I.- Improving Statistical Word Alignment with Ensemble Methods.- Empirical Study of Utilizing Morph-Syntactic Information in SMT.- Question Answering.- Instance-Based Generation for Interactive Restricted Domain Question Answering Systems.- Answering Definition Questions Using Web Knowledge Bases.- Exploring Syntactic Relation Patterns for Question Answering.- Web-Based Unsupervised Learning for Query Formulation in Question Answering.- Morphological Analysis.- A Chunking Strategy Towards Unknown Word Detection in Chinese Word Segmentation.- A Lexicon-Constrained Character Model for Chinese Morphological Analysis.- Relative Compositionality of Multi-word Expressions: A Study of Verb-Noun (V-N) Collocations.- Automatic Extraction of Fixed Multiword Expressions.- Machine Translation – II.- Phrase-Based Statistical Machine Translation: A Level of Detail Approach.- Why Is Zero Marking Important in Korean?.- A Phrase-Based Context-Dependent Joint Probability Model for Named Entity Translation.- Machine Translation Based on Constraint-Based Synchronous Grammar.- Text Summarization.- A Machine Learning Approach to Sentence Ordering for Multidocument Summarization and Its Evaluation.- Significant Sentence Extraction by Euclidean Distance Based on Singular Value Decomposition.- Named Entity Recognition.- Two-Phase Biomedical Named Entity Recognition Using A Hybrid Method.- Heuristic Methods for Reducing Errors of Geographic Named Entities Learned by Bootstrapping.- Linguistic Resources and Tools.- Building a Japanese-Chinese Dictionary Using Kanji/Hanzi Conversion.- Automatic Acquisition of Basic Katakana Lexicon from a Given Corpus.- CTEMP: A Chinese Temporal Parser for Extracting and Normalizing Temporal Information.- French-English Terminology Extraction from Comparable Corpora.- Discourse Analysis.- A Twin-Candidate Model of Coreference Resolution with Non-Anaphor Identification Capability.- Improving Korean Speech Acts Analysis by Using Shrinkage and Discourse Stack.- Anaphora Resolution for Biomedical Literature by Exploiting Multiple Resources.- Automatic Slide Generation Based on Discourse Structure Analysis.- Semantic Analysis – I.- Using the Structure of a Conceptual Network in Computing Semantic Relatedness.- Semantic Role Labelling of Prepositional Phrases.- Global Path-Based Refinement of Noisy Graphs Applied to Verb Semantics.- Semantic Role Tagging for Chinese at the Lexical Level.- NLP Applications.- Detecting Article Errors Based on the Mass Count Distinction.- Principles of Non-stationary Hidden Markov Model and Its Applications to Sequence Labeling Task.- Integrating Punctuation Rules and Naïve Bayesian Model for Chinese Creation Title Recognition.- A Connectionist Model of Anticipation in Visual Worlds.- Tagging.- Automatically Inducing a Part-of-Speech Tagger by Projecting from Multiple Source Languages Across Aligned Corpora.- The Verbal Entries and Their Description in a Grammatical Information-Dictionary of Contemporary Tibetan.- Tense Tagging for Verbs in Cross-Lingual Context: A Case Study.- Regularisation Techniques for Conditional Random Fields: Parameterised Versus Parameter-Free.- Semantic Analysis – II.- Exploiting Lexical Conceptual Structure for Paraphrase Generation.- Word Sense Disambiguation by Relative Selection.- Towards Robust High Performance Word Sense Disambiguation of English Verbs Using Rich Linguistic Features.- Automatic Interpretation of Noun Compounds Using WordNet Similarity.- Language Models.- An Empirical Study on Language Model Adaptation Using a Metric of Domain Similarity.- A Comparative Study of Language Models for Book and Author Recognition.- Spoken Language.- Lexical Choice via Topic Adaptation for Paraphrasing Written Language to Spoken Language.- A Case-Based Reasoning Approach for Speech Corpus Generation.- Terminology Mining.- Web-Based Terminology Translation Mining.- Extracting Terminologically Relevant Collocations in the Translation of Chinese Monograph.

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