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Second Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics

E85-1000: Front Matter

E85-1001: Andras Kornel
NATURAL LANGUAGES AND THE CHOMSKY HIERARCHY

E85-1002: Michael Hess
HOW DOES NATURAL LANGUAGE QUANTIFY?

E85-1003: Lesley Stirling
DISTRIBUTIVES, QUANTIFIERS AND A MULTIPLICITY OF EVENTS

E85-1004: R. I. Bainbridge
MONTAGOVIAN DEFINITE CLAUSE GRAMMAR

E85-1005: Frank van Eynde; Louis des Tombe; Fons Maes
THE SPECIFICATION OF TIME MEANING FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION

E85-1006: Hans Haugeneder
AN ATN TREATMENT WH-MOVEMENT

E85-1007: Fred Popowich
SAUMER: SENTENCE ANALYSIS USING METARULES

E85-1008: Allan Ramsay
Effective Parsing With Generalised Phrase Structure Grammar

E85-1009: Jonathan Slocum; Winfield S. Bennett
An Evaluation of METAL: the LRC Machine Translation System

E85-1010: Rebecca Root
A TWO-WAY APPROACH TO STRUCTURAL TRANSFER IN MT

E85-1011: Christian Boitet; Nelson Verastegui; Daniel Bachut
VARIOUS REPRESENTATIONS OF TEXT PROPOSED FOR EUROTRA

E85-1012: Danilo FUM
NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND IHE AUTOMATIC ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE: A SIMULATIVE APPROACH

E85-1013: Yorick Wilks
Right Attachment and Preference Semantics .

E85-1014: Barbara Dunin-Keplicz
HOW TO RESTRICT AMBIGUITY OF DISCOURSE

E85-1015: Lehtola, A.; Jappinen H.; Nelimarkka, E.
LANGUAGE-BASED ENVIRONMENT FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE PARSING

E85-1016: Helene Bestougeff; Gerard Ligozat
PARAMETRIZED ABSTRACT OBJECTS FOR LINGUISTIC INFORMATION PROCESSING

E85-1017: Gerard Salton
ON THE REPRESENTATION OF QUERY TERM RELATIONS BY SOFT BOOLEAN OPERATORS

E85-1018: Gerry Altmann
THE RESOLUTION OF LOCAL SYNTACTIC AMBIGUITY BY THE HUMAN SENTENCE PROCESSING MECHANISM.

E85-1019: S. G. Pulman
A Parser That Doesn't

E85-1020: RodolĀ£o Delmonte
Parsing Defficulties & Phonological Processing in Italian

E85-1021: Eric Wehrli
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A LEXICAL DATA BASE

E85-1022: Yannis Kotsanis; Yanis Maistros
"Lexifanis" A Lexical Analyzer of Modern Greek

E85-1023: Andrew David Beale
A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH TO GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS OF WRITTIN ENGLISH BY COMPUTER.

E85-1024: Roger Garside; Fanny Leech
A PROBABILISTIC PARSER

E85-1025: Hiyan Alshawi; Bran Boguraev; Ted Briscoe
TOWARDS A DICTIONARY SUPPORT ENVIRONMENT FOR REALTIME PARSING

E85-1026: Eva Koktova
TOWARDS A NEW TYPE OF MORPHENIC ANALYSIS

E85-1027: David D. McDonald; James D. Pustejovsky
A Computational Theory of Prose Style for Natural Language Generation

E85-1028: John Irving Tait
.AN ENGLISH GENERATOR FOR A CASE-LABELLED DEPENDENCY REPRESENTATION

E85-1029: Kazunori MURAKI; Shunji ICHIYAMA; Yasutomo FUKUMOCHI
Augmented Dependency Grammar: A Simple Interface between the Grammar Rule and the Knowledge

E85-1030: Yoshio Izumida; Hiroshi Ishikawa; Toshiaki Yoshino; Tadashi Hoshiai; Akifumi Makinouchi
A NATUWAL LANGUAGE INTERFACE USING A WORLD MODEL.

E85-1031: Genevieve Berry-Rogghe
INTERPRETING SINGULAR DEFINITE DESCRIPTIONS IN DATABASE QUERIES

E85-1032: D.S. Bree; R.A. Smit
NON STANDARD USES OF IF

E85-1033: E. FIMBEL; H. GROSCOT; J.M. LANCEL; N. SIMONIN
USING A TEXT MODEL FOR ANALYSIS AND GENERATION

E85-1034: Timothy J. Gillott
THE SIMULATION OF STRESS PATTERNS IN SYNTHETIC SPEECH - A TWO-LEVEL PROBLEM

E85-1036: Danilo Fum; Giovanni Guida; Carlo Tasso
A RULE-BASED APPROACH TO EVALUATING IMPORTANCE IN DESCRIPTIVE TEXTS

E85-1037: Terry Patten
A PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH TO GENERATING TEXT FROM SYSTEMIC GRAMMARS

E85-1038: Domenico Parisi; Alessandra Giorgi
GEMS: A MODEL OF SENTENCE PRODUCTION

E85-1039: Eva Hajicova; Petr Sgall
TOWARDS AN AUTOMATIC IDENTIPEATION OF TOPIC AND FOCUS

E85-1040: Katharina Morik
USER MODELLING, DIALOG STRUCTURE, AND DIALOG STRATEGY IN HAM-ANS

E85-1041: A.S. Narin'yani; O.P. Simonova
THE STRUCTURE OF COMMUNICATIVE CONTEXT OF DIALOGUE INTERACTION