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Advances in Natural Language Processing

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PorTAL Portugal for Natural Language Processing follows two previous c- ferences: FracTAL, held at the Universit e de Franche-Comt e, Besan con (France), in December 1997, and VexTAL, held at Venice International University, C aF- cari (Italy), in November 1999. The main goals of theses conferences have been: (i) to bring together the NLP community in Europe; (ii) to strengthen the po- tion of local NLP research in the international NLP community; (iii) to provide a friendly forumfor discussion of new research and applications. PorTAL has recon?rmed this year the goals and the high international sta- ing of those conferences, largely due to its Program Committee, composed of renowned researchers in the ?eld of Natural Language Processing, a third of themfromPortuguese universities. This clearly contributed to the signi?cant number of papers submitted (48) by researchers from 12 di?erent countries. Each paper submitted was reviewed by three reviewers, either from the P- gram Committee or by their commitment. All those who contributed are m- tioned on the following pages. The review process led to the selection of 35 papers for oral presentation: 23 regular papers and 11 short papers. They have been published in this volume.

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PorTAL - Portugal for Natural Language Processing - follows two previous c- ferences: FracTAL, held at the Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon (France), in December 1997, and VexTAL, held at Venice International University, CaF- cari (Italy), in November 1999. The main goals of theses conferences have been: (i) to bring together the NLP community in Europe; (ii) to strengthen the po- tion of local NLP research in the international NLP community; (iii) to provide a friendly forumfor discussion of new research and applications. PorTAL has recon?rmed this year the goals and the high international sta- ing of those conferences, largely due to its Program Committee, composed of renowned researchers in the ?eld of Natural Language Processing, a third of themfromPortuguese universities. This clearly contributed to the signi?cant number of papers submitted (48) by researchers from 12 di?erent countries. Each paper submitted was reviewed by three reviewers, either from the P- gram Committee or by their commitment. All those who contributed are m- tioned on the following pages. The review process led to the selection of 35 papers for oral presentation: 23 regular papers and 11 short papers. They have been published in this volume.



Inhalt
Invited Speakers.- WordsEye: A Text-to-Scene Conversion System.- Automatic Anaphora Resolution: Limits, Impediments, and Ways Forward.- Pragmatics, Discourse, Semantics, Syntax, and the Lexicon.- Feature-Based WSD: Why We Are at a Dead-End.- Improving Feature Selection for Maximum Entropy-Based Word Sense Disambiguation.- Heuristics-Based Replenishment of Collocation Databases.- On the Analysis of Locative Phrases with Graphs and Lexicon-Grammar: The Classifier/Proper Noun Pairing.- The Role of Pause Occurrence and Pause Duration in the Signaling of Narrative Structure.- A Grammar-Based System to Solve Temporal Expressions in Spanish Texts.- Semantic Information in Anaphora Resolution.- A Type of Transitive Inalienable Possession Construction in Korean.- The Treatment of Numbers in Polish by Graphs.- From Syntax to Semantics: Taking Advantages of 5P.- Processing Discontinuity.- Resolution of Demonstrative Anaphoric References in Portuguese Written Texts.- Interpreting and Generating Spoken and Written Language.- Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition Using Weighted Finite-State Transducers.- Building Language Models for Continuous Speech Recognition Systems.- Language-Oriented Information Retrieval, Question Answering, Summarization, and Information Extraction.- Relevant Information Extraction Driven with Rhetorical Schemas to Summarize Scientific Papers.- Language-Oriented Machine Learning.- Mapping an Automated Survey Coding Task into a Probabilistic Text Categorization Framework.- Combining Multiclass Maximum Entropy Text Classifiers with Neural Network Voting.- Multi-lingual Processing, Machine Translation, and Translation Aids.- Compound Temporal Adverbs in Portuguese and in Spanish.- Description of a Multilingual Database of Proper Names.- Natural Language Interfaces and Dialogue Systems.- A Project of Speech Input and Output in an E-commerce Application.- Ambiguity Reports for Flexible Dialog Management.- A Natural Language Dialogue Manager for Accessing Databases.- Helping the Composition of Help Contents.- Meteo: A Telephone-Based Portuguese Conversation System in Weather Domain.- Tools and Resources.- Concluding Remarks on Multi-band and Multi-stream Research for Noise-Robust ASR.- Groundwork for the Development of the Brazilian Portuguese Wordnet.- Linguistic Processing of Biomedical Texts.- DISPARA, a System for Distributing Parallel Corpora on the Web.- Using Morphological, Syntactical, and Statistical Information for Automatic Term Acquisition.- Complex Lexical Units and Automata.- Constructing Empirical Formulas for Testing Word Similarity by the Inductive Method of Model Self-Organization.- Multilingual Corpora Annotation for Processing Definite Descriptions.- Relational Data Model in Document Hierarchical Indexing.- Evaluation of Systems.- DMSumm: Review and Assessment.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Advances in Natural Language Processing
Untertitel: Third International Conference, PorTAL 2002, Faro, Portugal, June 23-26, 2002. Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540438298
ISBN: 3540438297
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 292
Gewicht: 446g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T15mm
Jahr: 2002
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2002

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