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Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 1, March 2001
Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 2, June 2001
Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 3, September 2001
Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 4, December 2001

Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 1, March 2001

J01-1000: Front Matter

J01-1001: Mikio Yamamoto; Kenneth W. Church
Using Suffix Arrays to Compute Term Frequency and Document Frequency for All Substrings in a Corpus

J01-1002: Gokhan Tur; Andreas Stolcke; Dilek Hakkani-Tur; Elizabeth Shriberg
Integrating Prosodic and Lexical Cues for Automatic Topic Segmentation

J01-1003: Kemal Oflazer; Marjorie McShane; Sergei Nirenburg
Bootstrapping Morphological Analyzers by Combining Human Elicitation and Machine Learning

J01-1004: Owen Rambow; David Weir; K. Vijay-Shanker
D-Tree Substitution Grammars

J01-1005: Alessandro Cucchiarelli; Paola Velardi
Squibs and Discussions: Unsupervised Named Entity Recognition Using Syntactic and Semantic Contextual Evidence

J01-1006: Graeme Hirst
Book Reviews: Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English

J01-1007: John F. Sowa
Book Reviews: Construing Experience through Meaning: A Language-based Approach to Cognition

J01-1008: Joakim Nivre
Book Reviews: The Syntactic Process

Briefly Noted

Publications Received


Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 2, June 2001

J01-2000: Front Matter

J01-2001: John Goldsmith
Unsupervised Learning of the Morphology of a Natural Language

J01-2002: Hans van Halteren; Walter Daelemans; Jakub Zavrel
Improving Accuracy in Word Class Tagging through the Combination of Machine Learning Systems

J01-2003: Andrew Kehler; Douglas Appelt; John Bear
The Need for Accurate Alignment in Natural Language System Evaluation

J01-2004: Brian Roark
Probabilistic Top-Down Parsing and Language Modeling

J01-2005: Noriko Tomuro; Steven L. Lytinen
Squibs and Discussions: Nonminirnal Derivations in Unification-based Parsing

J01-2006: Stuart C. Shapiro
Book Reviews: Knowledge Representation: Logical, Philosophical, and Computational Foundations

J01-2007: Robert E. Mercer
Book Reviews: Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Representation: Language for Knowledge and Knowledge for Language

J01-2008: Helmut Horacek
Book Reviews: Building Natural Language Generation Systems

J01-2009: Sanda Harabagiu
Book Reviews: Advances in Information Retrieval: Recent Research from the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval

J01-2010: Philip Miller
Book Reviews: A Descriptive Approach to Language-Theoretic Complexity

J01-2011: Keith Allan
Book Reviews: Toward a Cognitive Semantics, Volume I: Concept Structuring Systems, Volume II: Typology and Process in Concept Structuring

J01-2012: Walter Daelemans
Book Reviews: Learnability in Optimality Theory

J01-2013: Christopher Johnson
Book Reviews: Pattern Grammar: A Corpus-Driven Approach to the Lexical Grammar of English


Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 3, September 2001

J01-3000: Front Matter

J01-3001: Mark Stevenson; Yorick Wilks
The Interaction of Knowledge Sources in Word Sense Disambiguation

J01-3002: Anand Venkataraman
A Statistical Model for Word Discovery in Transcribed Speech

J01-3003: Paola Merlo; Suzanne Stevenson
Automatic Verb Classification Based on Statistical Distributions of Argument Structure

J01-3004: John Bateman; Jo6rg Kleinz; Thomas Kamps; Klaus Reichenberger
Towards Constructive Text, Diagram, and Layout Generation for Information Presentation

J01-3005: Chilin Shih; Richard Sproat
Book Reviews: Prosody: Theory and Experiment. Studies presented to Gosta Bruce

J01-3006: Ken Litkowski
Book Reviews: Lexicon Development for Speech and Language Processing

J01-3007: Chris Brew
Book Reviews: Advances in Probabilistic and Other Parsing Technologies

J01-3008: Nancy Green
Book Reviews: Presumptive Meanings: The theory of generalized conversational implicature

J01-3009: Kenneth R. Beesley
Book Reviews: A Computational Theory of Writing Systems

Publications Received


Computational Linguistics, Volume 27, Number 4, December 2001

J01-4000: Front Matter

J01-4001: Ruslan Mitkov; Shalom Lappin; Branimir Boguraev
Introduction to the Special Issue on Computational Anaphora Resolution

J01-4002: Roland Stuckardt
Design and Enhanced Evaluation of a Robust Anaphor Resolution Algorithm

J01-4003: Joel R. Tetreault
A Corpus-Based Evaluation of Centering and Pronoun Resolution

J01-4004: Wee Meng Soon; Daniel Chung Yong Lim; Hwee Tou Ng
A Machine Learning Approach to Coreference Resolution of Noun Phrases

J01-4005: Manuel Palomar; Lidia Moreno; Jesus Peral; Rafael Munoz; Antonio Ferrandez; Patricio Martinez-Barco; Maximiliano Saiz-Noeda
An Algorithm for Anaphora Resolution in Spanish Texts

J01-4006: Donna K. Byron
Squibs and Discussions: The Uncommon Denominator: A Proposal for Consistent Reporting of Pronoun Resolution Results

J01-4007: Rodger Kibble
A Reformulation of Rule 2 of Centering Theory

J01-4008: Grzegorz Kondrak
Book Reviews: The Significance of Word Lists

J01-4009: Philip Resnik
Book Reviews: Parallel Text Processing: Alignment and Use of Translation Corpora

J01-4010: John Carroll
Book Reviews: Robustness in Language and Speech Technology

J01-4011: Richmond H. Thomason
Book Reviews: Formal Aspects of Context

Briefly Noted

Publications Received

Author Index: Volume 27

Title Index: Volume 27