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The Balancing Act: Combining Symbolic and Statistical Approaches to Language
Computational Phonology
Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation

The Balancing Act: Combining Symbolic and Statistical Approaches to Language

W94-0100: Front Matter

W94-0101: Hiyan Alshawi
INVITED TALK: Qualitative and Quantitative Designs for Speech Translation

W94-0102: Roberto Basili; Maria Teresa Pazienza; Paola Velardi
The Noisy Channel and the Braying Donkey

W94-0103: Eric Atwell; John Hughes; Clive Souter
AMALGAM: Automatic Mapping Among Lexico-Grammatical Annotation Models

W94-0104: Beatrice Daille
Study and Implementation of Combined Techniques for Automatic Extraction of Terminology

W94-0105: Andrew Fordham; Matthew Crocker
Parsing with Principles and Probabilities

W94-0106: Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou
Do we Need Linguistics When We Have Statistics? A Comparative Analysis of the Contributions of Linguistic Cues to a Statistical Word Grouping System

W94-0107: Aravind K. Joshi; B. Srinivas
Complexity of Description of Primitives: Relevance to Local Statistical Computations

W94-0108: Shyam Kapur; Robin Clark
The Automatic Construction of a Symbolic Parser Via Statistical Techniques

W94-0109: Marie Meteer; Herbert Gish
Integrating Symbolic and Statistical Approches in Speech and Natural Language Applications

W94-0110: Patti Price
Combining Linguistic with Statistical Methods in Automatic Speech Understanding

W94-0111: Lance A. Ramshaw; Mitchell P. Marcus
Exploring the Statistical Derivation of Transformational Rule Sequences for Part-of-Speech Tagging

W94-0112: Stephen D. Richardson
Bootstrapping Statistical Processing into a Rule-Based Natural Language Parser

W94-0113: Carolyn Penstein Rose; Alex Waibel
Recovering From Parser Failures: A Hybrid Statistical/Symbolic Approach

W94-0114: Neil C. Rowe
Statistical versus Symbolic Parsing for Captioned-Information Retrieval

W94-0115: Danny Soloman; Mary McGee Wood
Learning a Radically Lexical Grammar

Computational Phonology

W94-0200: Front Matter

W94-0201: Steven Bird
Automated Tone Transcription

W94-0202: Michael Mastroianni; Bob Carpenter
Constraint-based Morpho-phonology

W94-0203: T. Mark Ellison
Constraints, Exceptions and Representations

W94-0204: Gerald Penn; Richmond Thomason
Default Finite State Machines and Finite State Phonology

W94-0205: Sheila M. Williams
Lexical Phonology and Speech Style: Using a Model to Test a Theory

W94-0206: Michael Maxwell
Parsing Using Linearly Ordered Phonological Rules

W94-0207: Thomas C. Bourgeois; Richard T. Oehrle
Qualitative and Quantitative Dynamics of Vowels

W94-0208: Timothy A. Cartwright; Michael R. Brent
Segmenting Speech Without a Lexicon: The Roles of Phonotactics and Speech Source

Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Natural Language Generation

W94-0300: Front Matter

W94-0301: Mark Seligman
Discovery and Format of Input Structures for Tactical Generation

W94-0302: R. Michael Young; Johanna D. Moore
DPOCL: A Principled Approach To Discourse Planning

W94-0303: Robert Granville
Building Underlying Structures for Multiparagraph Texts

W94-0304: Daniel D. Suthers
Sequencing as a Planning Task

W94-0305: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy
Discourse Planning as an Optimization Process

W94-0306: Cecile L. Paris; Donia R. Scott
Intentions, Structure and Expression in Multi-Lingual Instructions

W94-0307: Leila Kosseim; Guy Lapalme
Content and Rhetorical Status Selection in Instructional Texts

W94-0308: Judy Delin; Anthony Hartley; Cecile Paris; Donia Scott; Keith Vander Linden
Expressing Procedural Relationships in Multilingual Instructions

W94-0309: Robin P. Fawcett
On Moving On On Ontologies

W94-0310: David D. McDonald; Federica Busa
On the Creative Use of Language: The Form of Lexical Resources

W94-0311: Evelyne Viegas; Pierrette Bouillon
Semantic Lexicons: The Cornerstone for Lexical Choice in Natural Language Generation

W94-0312: Marie Meteer
Generating Event Descriptions with Sage: A Simulation and Generation Environment

W94-0313: Liesbeth Degand
Towards an Account of Causation in a Multilingual Text Generation System

W94-0314: Beryl Hoffman
Generating Context Appropriate Word Orders in Turkish

W94-0315: Franck Panaget
Using a Textual Representation Level Component in the Context of Discourse and Dialogue Generation

W94-0316: Leo Wanner
Building Another Bridge over the Generation Gap

W94-0317: Xiaorong Huang
Planning Reference CHoices for Argumentative Texts

W94-0318: Elke Teich; John Bateman
Towards the Application of Text Generation in an Integrated Publication System

W94-0319: Ehud Reiter
Has a Consensus NL Generation Architecture Appeared, and is it Psycholinguistically Plausible?

W94-0320: Owen Rambow; Marilyn Walker
The Role of Cognitive Modeling in Communicative Intentions

W94-0321: Susan M. Haller
Recognizing Digressive Questions Using a Model for Interactive Generation for Interactive Generation

W94-0322: Nancy Green; Sandra Carberry
Generating Indirect Answers to Yes-No Questions

W94-0323: Robert Rubinoff; Jill Fain Lehman
Real-Time Natural Language Generation in NL-SOAR

W94-0324: Markus Fischer; Elisabeth Maier; Adelheit Stein
Generating Cooperative System Responses in Information Retrieval Dialogues

W94-0325: Henry Hamburger; Dan Tufis
Situation Viewpoints for Generation

W94-0326: Helmut Horacek
Content Selection and Organization as a Process Involving Compromises

W94-0327: Torbjoern Lager; William J. Black
Bidirectional Incremental Generation and Analysis with Categorial Grammar and Indexed Quasi-Logical Form

W94-0328: Julia Lavid; Eduard Hovy
Toward a Multidimensional Framework to Guide the Automated Generation of Text Types

W94-0329: John Levine; Chris Mellish
CORECT: Combining CSCW with Natural Language Generation for Collaborative Requirement Capture

W94-0330: Pieter A.M. Seuren; Henk P. Schotel
Semanitic Syntax at Work

W94-0331: Mark H. Smith; Roberto Garigliano; Richard G. Morgan
Generation in the LOLITA System: An Engineering Approach

W94-0332: Stefan Svenberg
Representing Conceptual and Linguistic Knowledge for Multi-Lingual Generation in a Technical Domain

W94-0333: Tony Veale; Alan Conway
Sign-Language Generation in ZARDOZ: An English to Sign-Language Translation System