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Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing

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Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Towards a Universal Grammar for Natural Language Processing
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    Chapter 2 Deletions and Node Reconstructions in a Dependency-Based Multilevel Annotation Scheme
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    Chapter 3 Enriching, Editing, and Representing Interlinear Glossed Text
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    Chapter 4 Comparing Neural Lexical Models of a Classic National Corpus and a Web Corpus: The Case for Russian
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    Chapter 5 Lexical Network Enrichment Using Association Rules Model
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    Chapter 6 When was Macbeth Written? Mapping Book to Time
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    Chapter 7 Tharawat: A Vision for a Comprehensive Resource for Arabic Computational Processing
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    Chapter 8 High Quality Arabic Lexical Ontology Based on MUHIT, WordNet, SUMO and DBpedia
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    Chapter 9 Building a Nasa Yuwe Language Test Collection
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    Chapter 10 Making Morphologies the “Easy” Way
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    Chapter 11 To Split or Not, and If so, Where? Theoretical and Empirical Aspects of Unsupervised Morphological Segmentation
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    Chapter 12 Data-Driven Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation for Kazakh
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    Chapter 13 Statistical Sandhi Splitter for Agglutinative Languages
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    Chapter 14 Chunking in Turkish with Conditional Random Fields
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    Chapter 15 Statistical Arabic Grammar Analyzer
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    Chapter 16 Bayesian Finite Mixture Models for Probabilistic Context-Free Grammars
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    Chapter 17 Employing Oracle Confusion for Parse Quality Estimation
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    Chapter 18 Experiments on Sentence Boundary Detection in User-Generated Web Content
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    Chapter 19 An Investigation of Neural Embeddings for Coreference Resolution
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    Chapter 20 Feature Selection in Anaphora Resolution for Bengali: A Multiobjective Approach
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    Chapter 21 A Language Modeling Approach for Acronym Expansion Disambiguation
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    Chapter 22 Web Person Disambiguation Using Hierarchical Co-reference Model
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    Chapter 23 From Natural Logic to Natural Reasoning
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    Chapter 24 A Unified Framework to Identify and Extract Uncertainty Cues, Holders, and Scopes in One Fell-Swoop
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    Chapter 25 Lemon and Tea Are Not Similar: Measuring Word-to-Word Similarity by Combining Different Methods
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    Chapter 26 Domain-Specific Semantic Relatedness from Wikipedia Structure: A Case Study in Biomedical Text
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    Chapter 27 Unsupervised Induction of Meaningful Semantic Classes through Selectional Preferences
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    Chapter 28 Hypernym Extraction: Combining Machine-Learning and Dependency Grammar
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    Chapter 29 Arabic Event Detection in Social Media
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    Chapter 30 Learning Semantically Rich Event Inference Rules Using Definition of Verbs
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    Chapter 31 Rehabilitation of Count-Based Models for Word Vector Representations
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    Chapter 32 Word Representations in Vector Space and their Applications for Arabic
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    Chapter 33 Short Text Hashing Improved by Integrating Multi-granularity Topics and Tags
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    Chapter 34 A Computational Approach for Corpus Based Analysis of Reduplicated Words in Bengali
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    Chapter 35 Automatic Dialogue Act Annotation within Arabic Debates
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    Chapter 36 E-Quotes: Enunciative Modalities Analysis Tool for Direct Reported Speech in Arabic
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    Chapter 37 Textual Entailment Using Different Similarity Metrics
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    Chapter 38 Translation Induction on Indian Language Corpora Using Translingual Themes from Other Languages
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    Chapter 39 English-Arabic Statistical Machine Translation: State of the Art
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    Chapter 40 Mining Parallel Resources for Machine Translation from Comparable Corpora
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    Chapter 41 Statistical Machine Translation from and into Morphologically Rich and Low Resourced Languages
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    Chapter 42 Adaptive Tuning for Statistical Machine Translation (AdapT)
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    Chapter 43 A Hybrid Approach for Word Alignment with Statistical Modeling and Chunker
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    Chapter 44 Improving Bilingual Search Performance Using Compact Full-Text Indices
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    Chapter 45 Neutralizing the Effect of Translation Shifts on Automatic Machine Translation Evaluation
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    Chapter 46 Arabic Transliteration of Romanized Tunisian Dialect Text: A Preliminary Investigation
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    Chapter 47 Cross-Dialectal Arabic Processing
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    Chapter 48 Language Set Identification in Noisy Synthetic Multilingual Documents
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    Chapter 49 Feature Analysis for Native Language Identification
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Title
Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-18111-0
ISBNs
978-3-31-918110-3, 978-3-31-918111-0
Editors

Alexander Gelbukh

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Unknown 80 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Professor 3 4%
Student > Bachelor 1 1%
Lecturer 1 1%
Unknown 75 94%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 4 5%
Psychology 1 1%
Unknown 75 94%

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