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Coling Budapest 1988 Volume 1: International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Coling Budapest 1988 Volume 2: International Conference on Computational Linguistics

Coling Budapest 1988 Volume 1: International Conference on Computational Linguistics

C88-1000: Front Matter

C88-1001: Naoki ABE
Feasible Learnability of Formal Grammars and The Theory of Natural Language Acquisition

C88-1002: Anne ABEILLE
Parsing French with Tree Adjoining Grammar: some linguistic accounts

C88-1003: Lars AHRENBERG
Functional Constraints in Knowledge-Based Natural Language Understanding

C88-1004: Yuan A. ALONSO
A MODEL FOR TRANSFER CONTROL IN THE METAL MT-SYSTEM

C88-1005: Istvan Batori; Stefan Marok
Efficiency Considerations for LFG-Parsers - Incremental and Table-Lookup Techniques

C88-1006: John Bear
Morphology with Two-Level Rules and Negative Rule Features

C88-1007: John L. BEAVEN; Pete WHITELOCK
Machine Translation Using Isomorphic UCGs

C88-1008: Annelise BECH; Anders NYGAARD
The E-Framework: A Formalism for Natural Language Processing

C88-1009: Christoph BEIERLE; Udo PLETAT
Feature Graphs and Abstract Data Types: A Unifying Approach

C88-1010: Alevtina BEMOVA; karel OLIVA; Jarmila PANEVOVA
SOME PROBLEMS OF MACHINE TRANSLATION BETWEEN CLOSELY RELATED LANGUAGES

C88-1011: Wilfried Bloemberg; Michael Kesselheim
A SYSTEM FOR CREATING AND MANIPULATING GENERALIZED WORDCLASS TRANSITION MATRICES FROM LARGE LABELLED TEXT-CORPORA

C88-1012: Bran BOGURAEV; John CARROLL; Ted BRISCOE; Claire GROVER
Software Support for Practical Grammar Development

C88-1013: Ch.BOITET; Y.ZAHARIN
REPRESENTATION TREES AND STRING-TREE CORRESPONDENCES

C88-1014: Igor A. BOLSHAKOV
CO-ORDINATIVE ELLIPSIS IN RUSSIAN TEXTS: PROBLEMS OF DESCRIPTION AND RESTORATION

C88-1015: Elena BORISSOVA
TWO-COMPONENT TEACHING SYSTEM THAT UNDERSTANDS AND CORRECTS MISTAKES

C88-1016: P. BROWN; J. COCKE; S. DELLA PIETRA; V. DELLA PIETRA; F. JELINEK; R. MERCER; P. ROOSSIN
A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO LANGUAGE TRANSLATION

C88-1017: Stephan BUSEMANN; Christa HAUENSCHILD
A Constructive View of GPSG or How to Make It Work

C88-1018: Jonathan CALDER; Ewan KLEIN; Henk ZEEVAT
Unification Categorial Grammar: A Concise, Extendable Grammar for Natural Language Processing

C88-1019: Nicoletta CALZOLARI; Eugenio PICCHI
ACQUISITION OF SEMANTIC INFORMATION FROM AN ON-LINE DICTIONARY

C88-1020: W. N. CAMPBELL
SPEECH-RATE VARIATION AND THE PREDICTION OF DURATION

C88-1021: Jaime G. Carbonell; Rail D. Brown
Anaphora Resolution: A Multi-Strategy Approach

C88-1022: Lauri CARLSON
RUG: Regular Unification Grammar

C88-1023: Julie CARSON
Unification and Transduction in Computational Phonology

C88-1024: Hsin-Hsi Chen; I-Peng Lin; Chien-Ping Wu
A NEW DESIGN OF PROLOG-BASED BOTTOM-UP PARSING SYSTEM WITH GOVERNMENT-BINDING THEORY

C88-1025: Chen Zhaoxiong; Gao Qingshi
English-Chinese Machine Translation System IMT/EC

C88-1026: Nelson CORREA
A Binding Rule for Government-binding Parsing

C88-1027: Neculai CURTEANU
AUGMENTED X' - SCHEMES

C88-1028: Walter Daelemans
GRAFON: A GRAPHEME-TO-PHONEME CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DUTCH

C88-1029: Laurence DANLOS; Fiametta NAMER
Morphology and cross dependencies in the synthesis of personal pronouns in Romance languages

C88-1030: M. DEVOS; G. ADRIAENS; Y.D. WILLEMS
THE PARALLEL EXPERT PARSER (PEP): A THOROUGHLY REVISED DESCENDANT OF THE WORD EXPERT PARSER (WEP)

C88-1031: Chrysanne DiMARCO; Graeme HIRST
Stylistic Grammars in Language Translation

C88-1032: Marc DOMENIG
Word Manager: A System for the Definition, Access and Maintenance of Lexical Databases

C88-1033: Kurt EBERLE
Partial Orderings and Aktionsarten in Discourse Representation Theory

C88-1034: Louisette Emirkanian; Lorne H. Bouchard
Knowledge integration in a robust and efficient morpho-syntactic analyzer for French

C88-1035: Klaus - Jurgen Engelberg
Lexical Functional Grammar in Speech Recognition

C88-1036: Dan FASS
Metonymy and Metaphor: What's the Difference?

C88-1037: Pierre-Joseph GAILLY
Expressing quantifier scope in French generation

C88-1038: Michael GASSER; Michael G. DYER
Sequencing in a Connectionist Model of Language Processing

C88-1039: Michael GERLACH; Michael SPRENGER
Semantic Interpretation of Pragmatic Clues: Connectives, Modal Verbs, and Indirect Speech Acts

C88-1040: Egidio P. Glachin; Claudio Rullent
Robust parsing of severely corrupted spoken utterances

C88-1041: Dafydd GIBBON; Gunter BRAUN
The PSI/PHI architecture for prosodic parsing

C88-1042: Igal GOLAN; Shalom LAPPIN; Mori RIMON
An Active Bilingual Lexicon for Machine Translation

C88-1043: Gunther GORZ; Dietrich PAULUS
A Finite State Approach to German Verb Morphology

C88-1044: Jeanette Gundel; Nancy Hedberg; Ron Zacharski
On the Generation and Interpretation of Demonstrative Expressions

C88-1045: Jan HAJIC
Formal Morphology

C88-1046: Jonathan HARRINGTON; Gordon WATSON; Maggie COOPER
Word Boundary Identification from Phoneme Sequence Constraints in Automatic Continuous Speech Recognition

C88-1047: HASIDA, Koiti
A Cognitive Account of Unbounded Dependency

C88-1048: Hans HAUGENEDER; Manfred GEHRKE
Improving Search Strategies An Experiment in Best-First Parsing

C88-1049: Peter HELLWIG
CHART PARSING ACCORDING TO THE SLOT AND FILLER PRINCIPLE

C88-1050: Michael HESS
CROSSING COREFERENCE IN DISCOURSE REPRESENTATION THEORY

C88-1051: J. Ph. HOEPELMAN; A.J.M. van HOOF
The Success of Failure The concept of failure in dialogue logics and its relevance for NL-semantics

C88-1052: Diane HORTON; Graeme HIRST
Presuppositions as Beliefs

C88-1053: Pierre Isabelle; Marc Dymetman; Elliott Macklovitch
CRITTER: a translation system for agricultural market reports

C88-1054: Paul S. Jacobs
Achieving Bidirectionality

C88-1055: Paul S. Jacobs
Concretion: Assumption-Based Understanding

C88-1056: H. Jappinen; E. Lassila; A. Lehtola
LOCALLY GOVERNED TREES AND DEPENDECNCY PARSING

C88-1057: Daniel JURAFSKY
Issues in Relating Syntax and Semantics

C88-1058: Michael B. KAC; Thomas C. RINDFLESCH
COORDINATION IN RECONNAISSANCE-ATTACK PARSING

C88-1059: Koji KAKIGAHARA; Teruaki AIZAWA
Completion of Japanese Sentences by Inferring Function Words from Content Words

C88-1060: Ronald M. KAPLAN; John T. MAXWELL III
An Algorithm for Functional Uncertainty

C88-1061: Ronald M. KAPLAN; John T. MAXWELL III
Constituent Coordination in Lexical-Functional Grammar

C88-1062: Hans KARLGREN; Jurgen KUNZE
VOCNETS - A TOOL FOR HANDLING FINITE VOCABULARIES

C88-1063: Robert T. KASPER
An Experimental Parser for Systemic Grammars

C88-1064: Laura KATAJA; Kimmo KOSKENNIEMI
Finite-state Description of Semitic Morphology: A Case Study of Ancient Accadian

C88-1065: Boris Katz; Beth Levin
Exploiting Lexical Regularities in Designing Natural Language Systems

C88-1066: James KILBURY
Parsing with Category Coocurrence Restrictions

C88-1067: Zdenek KIRSCHNER
TRADITIONAL MEANS IN MACHINE TRANSLATION

C88-1068: Mare KOIT
Constructing a Model of Dialog

C88-1069: Kimmo Koskenniemi; Kenneth Ward Church
Complexity, Two-Level Morphology and Finnish

C88-1070: Ikuo KUDO; Hideya KOSHINO; Moonkyung CHUNG; Tsuyosi MORIMOTO
Schema Method: A Framework for Correcting Grammatically Ill-formed Input

C88-1071: Roland Kuhn
SPEECH RECOGNITION AND THE FREQUENCY OF RECENTLY USED WORDS: A MODIFIED MARKOV MODEL FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE

C88-1072: Robert J. KUHNS
A News Analysis System

C88-1073: Jurgen KUNZE
INSTATIATIONS AND (OBLIGATORY VS. OPTIONAL) ACTANTS

C88-1074: Jean-Marie Lancel; Miyo Otani; Nathalie Simonin; Laurence Danlos
SAGE - a Sentence Parsing and Generation System

C88-1075: Bernard LANG
Parsing Incomplete Sentences

C88-1076: Mark Vincent LaPolla
On the Role of Old Information in Generating Readable Text: A Psychological and Computational Definition Of "Old" and "New" Information in the NOSVO System

C88-1077: Leonardo LESMO; Paolo TERENZIANI
INTERPRETATION OF NOUN PHRASES IN INTENSIONAL CONTEXTS

C88-1078: Derek P. LONG; Roberto GARIGLIANO
Inheritance in Hierarchical Relational Structures

C88-1079: Bente Maegaard
Designing and testing linguistic development phases in machine translation project

C88-1080: Massimo MARINO
A PROCESS-ACTIVATION BASED PARSING ALGORITHM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL LANGUAGE GRAMMARS

C88-1081: James H. MARTIN
Representing Regularities in the Metaphoric Lexicon

C88-1082: Sho-ichi MATSUNAGA; Masaki KOHDA
LINGUISTIC PROCESSING USING A DEPENDENCY STRUCTURE GRAMMAR FOR SPEECH RECOGNITION AND UNDERSTANDING

C88-1083: Ingolf MAX
A new formal tool: Functorial variables representing assertions and presuppositions

Coling Budapest 1988 Volume 2: International Conference on Computational Linguistics

C88-2000: Front Matter

C88-2084: Alan K. MELBY
Lexical Transfer: Between a Source Rock and a Hard Target

C88-2085: Wolfgang Menzel
ERROR DIAGNOSING AND SELECTION IN A TRAINING SYSTEM FOR SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

C88-2086: Robert E. MERCER
Solving Some Persistent Presupposition Problems

C88-2087: Magnus MERKEL
A Novel Analysis of Temporal Frame-Adverbials

C88-2088: Marie Meteer; Varda Shaked
STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE PARAPHRASING

C88-2089: M. Meya; J. Vidal
AN INTEGRATED MODEL FOR THE TREATMENT OF TIME IN MT-SYSTEMS

C88-2090: Elly van Munster
The treatment of Scope and Negation in Rosetta

C88-2091: Makoto Nagao
PANEL: Language Engineering: The Real Bottle Neck of Natural Language Processing

C88-2092: Karen Jensen
Why Computational Grammarians Can Be Skeptical About Existing Linguistic Theories

C88-2093: Dietmar Roesner
Why Implementors of Practical NLP Systems Can not Wait for Linguistic Theories Remarks and Theses

C88-2094: Eva Hajicova
Reasons Why We Use Dependency Grammar

C88-2095: Jun-ichi Tsujii
Reasons why I do not care grammar formalism

C88-2096: Masaru Tomita
"Linguistic" Sentences and "Real" Sentences

C88-2097: Hiroshi NAKAGAWA; Tatsunori MORI
A Parser based on Connectionist Model

C88-2098: Jun-ichi NAKAMURA; Makoto NAGAO
Extraction of Semantic Information from an Ordinary English Dictionary and its Evaluation

C88-2099: Alexander Nakhimovsky; William J. Rapaport
Discontinuities in Narratives

C88-2100: Sergei Nirenburg; Irene Nirenburg
A Framework for Lexical Selection in Natural Language Generation

C88-2101: Fujio NISHIDA; Shinobu TAKAMATSU; Tadaaki TANI; Tsunehisa DOI
Feedback of Correcting Information in Postediting to a Machine Translation System

C88-2102: Toyoaki Nishida; Xuemin Liu; Shuji Doshita; Atsushi Yamada
Maintaining Consistency and Plausibility in Integrated Natural Language Understanding

C88-2103: Hiroyasu NOGAMI; Yumiko YOSHIMURA; Shin-ya AMANO
Parsing with look-ahead in real-time on-line translation system

C88-2104: karel OLIVA
SYNTACTIC FUNCTIONS IN GPSG

C88-2105: karel OLIVA; Martin PLATEK
LIST, AUTOMATA WITH SYNTACTICALLY STRUCTURED OUTPUT

C88-2106: Elena V. PADUCHEVA
Referential Properties of Generic Terms Denoting Things and Situations

C88-2107: Vladimir PERICLIEV; Svjatoslav BRAJNOV; Irina NENOVA
HINTING BY PARAPHRASING IN AN INSTRUCTION SYSTEM

C88-2108: Vladimir PETKEVlC
NEW DEPENDENCY BASED SPECIFICATION OF UNDERLYING REPRESENTATIONS OF SENTENCES

C88-2109: Vincenza PIGNATARO
A Computational Approach to Topic and Focus in a Production Model

C88-2110: James PUSTEJOVSKY; Peter G. ANICK
On The Semantic Interpretation of Nominals

C88-2111: Manny Rayner; Asa Hugosson; Goran Hagert
Using a Logic Grammar to Learn a Lexicon

C88-2112: Walter READ; Alex QUILICI; John REEVES; Michael DYER
Evaluating Natural Language Systems: A Sourcebook Approach

C88-2113: Mike REAPE; Henry THOMPSON
Parallel Intersection and Serial Composition of Finite State Transducers

C88-2114: Ronan REILLY; Giacomo FERRARI; Irina PRODANOF
FRAMEWORK FOR A MODEL OF DIALOGUE

C88-2115: P.C. ROLF
Machine Translation: The Languages Network (versus the intermediate language.)

C88-2116: Kjell Johan SAEB0; Norges allmennvitenskopelige forskningrad
A COOPERATIVE YES-NO QUERY SYSTEM FEATURING DISCOURSE PARTICLES

C88-2117: Patrick Saint-Dizier
Default Logic, Natural Language and Generalized Quantifiers

C88-2118: Hiroaki SAITO; Masaru TOMITA
Parsing Noisy Sentences

C88-2119: Margaret H. SARNER; Sandra CARBERRY
A New Strategy for Providing Definitions In Task-Oriented Dialogues

C88-2120: Remko SCHA; Livia POLANYI
An Augmented Context Free Grammar for Discourse

C88-2121: Yves SCHABES; Anne ABEILLE; Aravind K. JOSHI
Parsing Strategies with 'Lexicalized' Grammars: Application to Tree Adjoining Grammars

C88-2122: Dagmar SCHMAUKS; Norbert REITHINGER
Generating Multimodal Output- Conditions, Advantages and Problems

C88-2123: Paul Schmidt
A Syntactic Description of German in a Formalism Designed for Machine Translation

C88-2124: Helmut Schnelle; Garry COTTRELL; Paradip DEY; Peter A. REICH; Lokendra SHASTRI
PANEL Parallel Processing in Computational Linguistics

C88-2125: Klaus SCHUBERT
IMPLICITNESS AS A GUIDING PRINCIPLE IN MACHINE TRANSLATION

C88-2126: Ethel SCHUSTER
Anaphoric Reference to Events and Actions: A Representation and its Advantages

C88-2127: Camilla Schwind
SENSITIVE PARSING: ERROR ANALYSIS AND EXPLANATION IN AN INTELLIGENT LANGUAGE TUTORING SYSTEM

C88-2128: Stuart M. SHIEBER
A Uniform Architecture for Parsing and Generation

C88-2129: Hideo SHIMAZU; Yosuke TAKASHIMA; Masahiro TOMONO
Understanding of Stories for Animation

C88-2130: Penelope SIBUN; Alison K. HUETTNER; David D. MCDONALD
Directing the Generation of Living Space Descriptions

C88-2131: Erich H. STEINER; Jutta WINTER-THIELEN
ON THE SEMANTICS OF FOCUS PHENOMENA IN EUROTRA

C88-2132: Oliviero STOCK; Rino FALCONE; Patrizia INSINNAMO
Island Parsing and Bidirectional Charts

C88-2133: Keh-Yih SU; Jing-Shin CHANG
SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC ASPECTS OF SCORE FUNCTION

C88-2134: B. V. SUKHOTIN
OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHMS OF DECIPHERING AS THE ELEMENTS OF A LINGUISTIC THEORY

C88-2135: TATEISI Yuka; ONO Yoshihiko; YAMADA Hisao
A Computer Readability Formula of Japanese Texts for Machine Scoring

C88-2136: TOKUNAGA Takenobu; IWAYAMA Makoto; TANAKA Hozumi; KAMIWAKI Tadashi
LangLAB: A Natural Language Analysis System

C88-2137: Hideto TOMABECHI; Masaru TOMITA
Application of the Direct Memory Access paradigm to natural language interlaces to knowledge-based systems

C88-2138: Masaru Tomita
Combining Lexicon-Driven Parsing and Phrase-Structure-Based Parsing

C88-2139: Pierre TRESCASES; Matthew CROCKER
LINGUISTIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO TEXT-TO-SPEECH COMPUTER PRORGRAMS FOR FRENCH

C88-2140: Harald Trost; Ernst Buchberger; Wolfgang Heinz
On the Interaction of Syntax and Semantics in a Syntactically Guided Caseframe Parser

C88-2141: Jun-ichi Tsujii; Yukiyoshi Muto; Yuuji Ikeda; Makoto Nagao
How to Get Preferred Readings in Natural Language Analysis

C88-2142: Jun-ichi Tsujii; Makoto Nagao
Dialogue Translation vs. Text Translation

C88-2143: Ton van der WOUDEN; Dirk HEYLEN
MASSIVE DISAMBIGUATION OF LARGE TEXT CORPORA WITH FLEXIBLE CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR

C88-2144: Frank VAN EYNDE
THE ANALYSIS OF TENSE AND ASPECT IN EUROTRA

C88-2145: C. H. VAN SCHOONEVELD
The Semantics and Syntax of Russian Pronominal Structure: a feature breakdown

C88-2146: Jean VERONIS
Morphosyntactic correction in natural language interfaces

C88-2147: K. Vijay-Shanker; A.K. Joshi
Feature Structures Based Tree Adjoining Grammars

C88-2148: Tomas VLK
Topic/Focus Articulation and Intensional Logic

C88-2149: Nigel WARD
Issues in Word Choice

C88-2150: Jurgen Wedekind
Generation as Structure Driven Derivation

C88-2151: Wilhelm WEISWEBER
Using Constraints in a Constructive Version of GPSG

C88-2152: Eric WERNER
A Formal Computational Semantics and Pragmatics of Speech Acts

C88-2153: Yorick WILKS; Dan FASS; Cheng-ming GUO; James E. MCDONALD; Tony PLATE; Brian M. SLATOR
Machine Tractable Dictionaries as Tools and Resources for Natural Language Processing

C88-2154: Toon WITKAM
DLT - AN INDUSTRIAL R & D PROJECT FOR MULTILINGUAL MT

C88-2155: Mary McGee WOOD; Brian J. CHANDLER
Machine Translation for Monolinguals

C88-2156: Atsushi Yamada; Toyoaki Nishida; Shuji Doshita
Figuring out Most Plausible Interpretation from Spatial Descriptions

C88-2157: Masaki YAMASHINA; Fumihiko OBASHI
Collocational Analysis in Japanese Text Input

C88-2158: Akinori Yonezawa; Ichiro Ohsawa
Object-Oriented Parallel Parsing for Context-Free Grammars

C88-2159: Kei YOSHIMOTO
Identifying Zero Pronouns in Japanese Dialogue

C88-2160: Remi ZAJAC
Interactive Translation: a new approach

C88-2161: Cornelia ZELINSKY- WIBBELT
Universal Quantification in Machine Translation

C88-2162: Uri ZERNIK
Language Acquisition: Coping with Lexical Gaps

C88-2163: Uri ZERNIK; Allen BROWN
Default Reasoning in Natural Language Processing

C88-2164: Michael ZOCK; Gil FRANCOPOULO; Abdellatif LAROUI
LANGUAGE LEARNING AS PROBLEM SOLVING

C88-2165: Danilo Fum; Giovanni Guida; Carlo Tasso
A DISTRIBUTED MULTI-AGENT ARCHITECTURE FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

C88-2166: Judith KLAVANS
COMPLEX: A Computational Lexicon for Natural Language Systems

C88-2167: Hiroyuki KAJI
An Efficient Execution Method for Rule-Based Machine Translation

C88-2168:
Cumulated Index of Cited Authors and Editors