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Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing

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

Gelbukh, Alexander (Ed.)

2013, XXVI, 576 p. 106 illus.

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This two-volume set, consisting of LNCS 7816 and LNCS 7817, constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computer Linguistics and Intelligent Processing, CICLING 2013, held on Samos, Greece, in March 2013. The total of 91 contributions presented was carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. The papers are organized in topical sections named: general techniques; lexical resources; morphology and tokenization; syntax and named entity recognition; word sense disambiguation and coreference resolution; semantics and discourse; sentiment, polarity, subjectivity, and opinion; machine translation and multilingualism; text mining, information extraction, and information retrieval; text summarization; stylometry and text simplification; and applications.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » controlled natural language - dependency grammar - multilingual ontologies - semantic networks - unsupervised learning

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Linguistics

Table of contents 

Sentiment, Polarity, Emotion, Subjectivity, and Opinion.- Damping Sentiment Analysis in Online Communication: Discussions, Monologs and Dialogs (Invited paper).- Optimal Feature Selection for Sentiment Analysis.- Measuring the Effect of Discourse Structure on Sentiment Analysis.- Lost in Translation: Viability of Machine Translation for Cross Language Sentiment Analysis.- An Enhanced Semantic Tree Kernel for Sentiment Polarity Classification.- Combining Supervised and Unsupervised Polarity Classification for non-English Reviews.- Word Polarity Detection Using a Multilingual Approach.- Mining Automatic Speech Transcripts for the Retrieval of Problematic Calls.- Cross-Lingual Projections vs. Corpora Extracted Subjectivity Lexicons for Less-Resourced Languages.- Predicting Subjectivity Orientation of Online Forum Threads.- Distant Supervision for Emotion Classification with Discrete Binary Values.- Using Google n-grams to Expand Word-Emotion Association Lexicon.- A Joint Prediction Model for Multiple Emotions Analysis in Sentences.- Evaluating the Impact of Syntax and Semantics on Emotion Recognition from Text.- Chinese Emotion Lexicon Developing via Multi-lingual Lexical Resources Integration.- N-Gram-Based Recognition of Threatening Tweets.- Distinguishing the Popularity between Topics: A System for Up-to-Date Opinion Retrieval and Mining in the Web.- Machine Translation and Multilingualism.- No Free Lunch in Factored Phrase-Based Machine Translation.- Domain Adaptation in Statistical Machine Translation Using Comparable Corpora: Case Study for English Latvian IT Localisation (Best Student Paper Award).- Assessing the Accuracy of Discourse Connective Translations: Validation of an Automatic Metric.- An Empirical Study on Word Segmentation for Chinese Machine Translation.- Class-Based Language Models for Chinese-English Parallel Corpus.- Building a Bilingual Dictionary from a Japanese-Chinese Patent Corpus.- A Diagnostic Evaluation Approach for English to Hindi MT Using Linguistic Checkpoints and Error Rates.- Leveraging Arabic-English Bilingual Corpora with Crowd Sourcing-Based Annotation for Arabic-Hebrew SMT.- Automatic and Human Evaluation on English-Croatian Legislative Test Set.- Text Mining, Information Extraction, and Information Retrieval.- Enhancing Search: Events and Their Discourse Context (Invited paper).- Distributional Term Representations for Short-Text Categorization.- Learning Bayesian Network Using Parse Trees for Extraction of Protein-Protein Interaction.- A Model for Information Extraction in Portuguese Based on Text Patterns.- A Study on Query Expansion Based on Topic Distributions of Retrieved Documents.- Link Analysis for Representing and Retrieving Legal Information.- Text Summarization.- Discursive Sentence Compression.- A Knowledge Induced Graph-Theoretical Model for Extract and Abstract Single Document Summarization.- Hierarchical Clustering in Improving Microblog Stream Summarization.- Summary Evaluation: Together We Stand NPowER-ed.- Stylometry and Text Simplification Explanation in Computational Stylometry (Invited paper).- The Use of Orthogonal Similarity Relations in the Prediction of Authorship.- ERNESTA: A Sentence Simplification Tool for Children’s Stories in Italian.- Automatic Text Simplification in Spanish: A Comparative Evaluation of Complementing Modules.- The Impact of Lexical Simplification by Verbal Paraphrases for People with and without Dyslexia.- Detecting Apposition for Text Simplification in Basque.- Applications.- Automation of Linguistic Creativitas for Adslogia.- Allongos: Longitudinal Alignment for the Genetic Study of Writers’ Drafts.- A Combined Method Based on Stochastic and Linguistic Paradigm for the Understanding of Arabic Spontaneous Utterances.- Evidence in Automatic Error Correction Improves Learners’ English Skill.

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