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2014 Proceedings of the 14th SIGMORPHON Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM
2012 Proceedings of the Twelfth Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology
2010 Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology
2008 Proceedings of the Tenth Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology
2007 Proceedings of Ninth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Morphology and Phonology
2006 Proceedings of the Eighth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Phonology and Morphology at HLT-NAACL 2006
2004 Proceedings of the 7th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology: Current Themes in Computational Phonology and Morphology
2002 Proceedings of the ACL-02 Workshop on Morphological and Phonological Learning
2000 Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology
1998 SIGPHON'98 The Computation of Phonological Constraints
1997 Computational Phonology: Third Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology
1996 Computational Phonology in Speech Technology
1994 Computational Phonology

2014

  1. Proceedings of the 14th SIGMORPHON Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology

  2. W16-20 [bib]: Entire Volume
  3. W16-2001 [bib]: SHUO ZHANG
    Mining linguistic tone patterns with symbolic representation
  4. W16-2002 [bib]: Ryan Cotterell; Christo Kirov; John Sylak-Glassman; David Yarowsky; Jason Eisner; Mans Hulden
    The SIGMORPHON 2016 Shared Task—Morphological Reinflection
  5. W16-2003 [bib]: Robert Östling
    Morphological reinflection with convolutional neural networks
  6. W16-2004 [bib]: Iñaki Alegria; Izaskun Etxeberria
    EHU at the SIGMORPHON 2016 Shared Task. A Simple Proposal: Grapheme-to-Phoneme for Inflection
  7. W16-2005 [bib]: Garrett Nicolai; Bradley Hauer; Adam St Arnaud; Grzegorz Kondrak
    Morphological Reinflection via Discriminative String Transduction
  8. W16-2006 [bib]: Ling Liu; Lingshuang Jack Mao
    Morphological reinflection with conditional random fields and unsupervised features
  9. W16-2007 [bib]: Roee Aharoni; Yoav Goldberg; Yonatan Belinkov
    Improving Sequence to Sequence Learning for Morphological Inflection Generation: The BIU-MIT Systems for the SIGMORPHON 2016 Shared Task for Morphological Reinflection
  10. W16-2008 [bib]: David King
    Evaluating Sequence Alignment for Learning Inflectional Morphology
  11. W16-2009 [bib]: Alexey Sorokin
    Using longest common subsequence and character models to predict word forms
  12. W16-2010 [bib]: Katharina Kann; Hinrich Schütze
    MED: The LMU System for the SIGMORPHON 2016 Shared Task on Morphological Reinflection
  13. W16-2011 [bib]: Dima Taji; Ramy Eskander; Nizar Habash; Owen Rambow
    The Columbia University - New York University Abu Dhabi SIGMORPHON 2016 Morphological Reinflection Shared Task Submission
  14. W16-2012 [bib]: Jianqiang Ma; Verena Henrich; Erhard Hinrichs
    Letter Sequence Labeling for Compound Splitting
  15. W16-2013 [bib]: Dong Nguyen; Leonie Cornips
    Automatic Detection of Intra-Word Code-Switching
  16. W16-2014 [bib]: Kristy James; Martijn Wieling
    Read my points: Effect of animation type when speech-reading from EMA data
  17. W16-2015 [bib]: Max Kisselew; Laura Rimell; Alexis Palmer; Sebastian Padó
    Predicting the Direction of Derivation in English Conversion
  18. W16-2016 [bib]: Garrett Nicolai; Lei Yao; Grzegorz Kondrak
    Morphological Segmentation Can Improve Syllabification
  19. W16-2017 [bib]: Thierry Declerck; Piroska Lendvai
    Towards a Formal Representation of Components of German Compounds
  20. W16-2018 [bib]: Philippa Shoemark; Sharon Goldwater; James Kirby; Rik Sarkar
    Towards robust cross-linguistic comparisons of phonological networks
  21. W16-2019 [bib]: Alėna Aksėnova; Thomas Graf; Sedigheh Moradi
    Morphotactics as Tier-Based Strictly Local Dependencies
  22. W16-2020 [bib]: Anthony Meyer; Markus Dickinson
    A Multilinear Approach to the Unsupervised Learning of Morphology
  23. W16-2021 [bib]: Olga Zamaraeva
    Inferring Morphotactics from Interlinear Glossed Text: Combining Clustering and Precision Grammars

2014

  1. Proceedings of the 2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM

  2. W14-2801: Preethi Jyothi; Karen Livescu
    Revisiting Word Neighborhoods for Speech Recognition
  3. W14-2802: Giorgio Magri
    The Error-driven Ranking Model of the Acquisition of Phonotactics: How to Keep the Faithfulness Constraints at Bay
  4. W14-2803: Natalie Schrimpf; Gaja Jarosz
    Comparing Models of Phonotactics for Word Segmentation
  5. W14-2804: Mans Hulden
    Generalizing Inflection Tables into Paradigms with Finite State Operations
  6. W14-2805: Marimuthu K; Sobha Lalitha Devi
    Automatic Conversion of Dialectal Tamil Text to Standard Written Tamil Text using FSTs
  7. W14-2806: Gulshat Kessikbayeva; Ilyas Cicekli
    Rule Based Morphological Analyzer of Kazakh Language
  8. W14-2807 [revisions: v2]: Peter Racz; Clayton Beckner; Jennifer B. Hay; Janet B. Pierrehumbert
    Rules, Analogy, and Social Factors Codetermine Past-tense Formation Patterns in English
  9. W14-2808: Grzegorz Kondrak
    10 Open Questions in Computational Morphonology

2012

  1. Proceedings of the Twelfth Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology

  2. W12-2301: Nizar Habash; Ramy Eskander; Abdelati Hawwari
    A Morphological Analyzer for Egyptian Arabic
  3. W12-2302: Nikhil Kanuparthi; Abhilash Inumella; Dipti Misra Sharma
    Hindi Derivational Morphological Analyzer
  4. W12-2303: Jianqiang Ma; Dale Gerdemann
    Phrase-Based Approach for Adaptive Tokenization
  5. W12-2304: Ruey-Cheng Chen; Chiung-Min Tsai; Jieh Hsiang
    A Regularized Compression Method to Unsupervised Word Segmentation
  6. W12-2305: Lynne Cahill
    A rule-based approach to unknown word recognition in Arabic
  7. W12-2306: Jane Chandlee; Jeffrey Heinz
    Bounded copying is subsequential: Implications for metathesis and reduplication
  8. W12-2307: Giorgio Magri
    An approximation approach to the problem of the acquisition of phonotactics in Optimality Theory
  9. W12-2308: Joe Pater; Robert Staubs; Karen Jesney; Brian Smith
    Learning probabilities over underlying representations
  10. W12-2309: Katya Pertsova
    Linguistic categorization and complexity

2010

  1. Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology

  2. W10-2201: Fred Mailhot
    Instance-Based Acquisition of Vowel Harmony
  3. W10-2202: Sara Finley
    Verifying Vowel Harmony Typologies
  4. W10-2203: Giorgio Magri
    Complexity of the Acquisition of Phonotactics in Optimality Theory
  5. W10-2204: Jeffrey Heinz; Cesar Koirala
    Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Feature-Based Distributions
  6. W10-2205: Kimmo Koskenniemi; Miikka Silfverberg
    A Method for Compiling Two-Level Rules with Multiple Contexts
  7. W10-2206: Jelena Prokic; Tim Van de Cruys
    Exploring Dialect Phonetic Variation Using PARAFAC
  8. W10-2207: Jason A. Shaw; Adamantios I. Gafos
    Quantitative Evaluation of Competing Syllable Parses
  9. W10-2208: Thomas Mayer
    Toward a Totally Unsupervised, Language-Independent Method for the Syllabification of Written Texts
  10. W10-2209: Bryan Jurish
    Comparing Canonicalizations of Historical German Text
  11. W10-2210: Oskar Kohonen; Sami Virpioja; Krista Lagus
    Semi-Supervised Learning of Concatenative Morphology
  12. W10-2211: Mikko Kurimo; Sami Virpioja; Ville Turunen; Krista Lagus
    Morpho Challenge 2005-2010: Evaluations and Results

2008

  1. Proceedings of the Tenth Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology

  2. W08-0701: Karen Livescu
    Invited talk: Phonological Models in Automatic Speech Recognition
  3. W08-0702: Rebecca Morley
    Bayesian Learning over Conflicting Data: Predictions for Language Change
  4. W08-0703: David Ellis
    A Bayesian Model of Natural Language Phonology: Generating Alternations from Underlying Forms
  5. W08-0704: Mark Johnson
    Unsupervised Word Segmentation for Sesotho Using Adaptor Grammars
  6. W08-0705: Jason Riggle
    Invited talk: Counting Rankings
  7. W08-0706: Max Bane; Jason Riggle
    Three Correlates of the Typological Frequency of Quantity-Insensitive Stress Systems
  8. W08-0707: ‘Ōiwi Parker Jones
    Phonotactic Probability and the Maori Passive: A Computational Approach
  9. W08-0708: Christian Monson; Alon Lavie; Jaime Carbonell; Lori Levin
    Evaluating an Agglutinative Segmentation Model for ParaMor

2007

  1. Proceedings of Ninth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Morphology and Phonology

  2. W07-1301: John Nerbonne; T. Mark Ellison; Grzegorz Kondrak
    Computing and Historical Phonology
  3. W07-1302: Brett Kessler
    Word Similarity Metrics and Multilateral Comparison
  4. W07-1303: T. Mark Ellison
    Bayesian Identification of Cognates and Correspondences
  5. W07-1304: Antonella Gaillard-Corvaglia; Jean-Léo Léonard; Pierre Darlu
    Testing Cladistics on Dialect Networks and Phyla (Gallo-Romance Vowels, Southern Italo-Romance Diasystems and Mayan Languages)
  6. W07-1305: Wilbert Heeringa; Brian Joseph
    The Relative Divergence of Dutch Dialect Pronunciations from their Common Source: An Exploratory Study
  7. W07-1306: Anil Kumar Singh; Harshit Surana
    Can Corpus Based Measures be Used for Comparative Study of Languages?
  8. W07-1307: Martijn Wieling; Therese Leinonen; John Nerbonne
    Inducing Sound Segment Differences Using Pair Hidden Markov Models
  9. W07-1308: Eric Smith
    Phonological Reconstruction of a Dead Language Using the Gradual Learning Algorithm
  10. W07-1309: Monojit Choudhury; Vaibhav Jalan; Sudeshna Sarkar; Anupam Basu
    Evolution, Optimization, and Language Change: The Case of Bengali Verb Inflections
  11. W07-1310: Hans Goebl
    On the Geolinguistic Change in Northern France between 1300 and 1900: A Dialectometrical Inquiry
  12. W07-1311: Thomas Pilz; Axel Philipsenburg; Wolfram Luther
    Visualizing the Evaluation of Distance Measures
  13. W07-1312: Hermann Moisl
    Data Nonlinearity in Exploratory Multivariate Analysis of Language Corpora
  14. W07-1313: Animesh Mukherjee; Monojit Choudhury; Anupam Basu; Niloy Ganguly
    Emergence of Community Structures in Vowel Inventories: An Analysis Based on Complex Networks
  15. W07-1314: Michael Cysouw; Hagen Jung
    Cognate Identification and Alignment Using Practical Orthographies
  16. W07-1315: Christian Monson; Jaime Carbonell; Alon Lavie; Lori Levin
    ParaMor: Minimally Supervised Induction of Paradigm Structure and Morphological Analysis
  17. W07-1316: Tyler Peterson; Gessiane Picanco
    Dynamic Correspondences: An Object-Oriented Approach to Tracking Sound Reconstructions
  18. W07-1317: Grzegorz Kondrak; David Beck; Philip Dilts
    Creating a Comparative Dictionary of Totonac-Tepehua

2006

  1. Proceedings of the Eighth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Phonology and Morphology at HLT-NAACL 2006

  2. W06-3201: Lynette Melnar; Chen Liu
    A Combined Phonetic-Phonological Approach to Estimating Cross-Language Phoneme Similarity in an ASR Environment
  3. W06-3202: Karin Müller
    Improving Syllabification Models with Phonotactic Knowledge
  4. W06-3203: Jeffrey Heinz
    Learning Quantity Insensitive Stress Systems via Local Inference
  5. W06-3204: Paul Boersma
    Invited Talk: Universal Constraint Rankings Result from Learning and Evolution
  6. W06-3205: Aris Xanthos; Yu Hu; John Goldsmith
    Exploring variant definitions of pointer length in MDL
  7. W06-3206: Antal van den Bosch; Sander Canisius
    Improved morpho-phonological sequence processing with constraint satisfaction inference
  8. W06-3207: Gaja Jarosz
    Richness of the Base and Probabilistic Unsupervised Learning in Optimality Theory
  9. W06-3208: Burcu Karagol-Ayan; David Doermann; Amy Weinberg
    Morphology Induction from Limited Noisy Data Using Approximate String Matching
  10. W06-3209: Erwin Chan
    Learning Probabilistic Paradigms for Morphology in a Latent Class Model
  11. W06-3210: Harald Hammarström
    A Naive Theory of Affixation and an Algorithm for Extraction

2004

  1. Proceedings of the 7th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology: Current Themes in Computational Phonology and Morphology

  2. W04-0101: BBEAndrew Wedel]
    Category competition drives contrast maintenance within an exemplar-based production/perception loop
  3. W04-0102: BBEVito Pirrelli]; BBEBasilio Calderone]; BBEIvan Herreros]; BBEMichele Virgilio]
    Non-locality all the way through: Emergent Global Constraints in the Italian Morphological Lexicon
  4. W04-0103: BBEMonojit Choudhury]; BBEAnupam Basu]; BBESudeshna Sarkar]
    A Diachronic Approach for Schwa Deletion in Indo Aryan Languages
  5. W04-0104: BBEJulie Carson-Berndsen]; BBERobert Kelly]; BBEMoritz Neugebauer]
    Automatic Acquisition of Feature-Based Phonotactic Resources
  6. W04-0105: BBESharon Goldwater]; BBEMark Johnson]
    Priors in Bayesian Learning of Phonological Rules
  7. W04-0106: BBEMathias Creutz]; BBEKrista Lagus]
    Induction of a Simple Morphology for Highly-Inflecting Languages
  8. W04-0107: BBEChristian Monson]; BBEAlon Lavie]; BBEJaime Carbonell]; BBELori Levin]
    Unsupervised Induction of Natural Language Morphology Inflection Classes
  9. W04-0108: BBEGuy De Pauw]; BBETom Laureys]; BBEWalter Daelemans]; BBEHugo Van hamme]
    A Comparison of Two Different Approaches to Morphological Analysis of Dutch
  10. W04-0109: BBERichard Wicentowski]
    Multilingual Noise-Robust Supervised Morphological Analysis using the WordFrame Model
  11. W04-0110: BBEC. Anton Rytting]
    Segment Predictability as a Cue in Word Segmentation: Application to Modern Greek
  12. W04-0111: BBEKemal Oflazer]; BBEYasin Yılmaz]
    Vi-xfst: A Visual Regular Expression Development Environment for Xerox Finite State Tool

2002

  1. Proceedings of the ACL-02 Workshop on Morphological and Phonological Learning

  2. W02-0601: BBEUtpal Sharma]; BBEJugal Kalita]; BBERajib Das]
    Unsupervised Learning of Morphology for Building Lexicon for a Highly Inflectional Language
  3. W02-0602: BBEMatthew G. Snover]; BBEGaja E. Jarosz]; BBEMichael R. Brent]
    Unsupervised Learning of Morphology Using a Novel Directed Search Algorithm: Taking the First Step
  4. W02-0603: BBEMathias Creutz]; BBEKrista Lagus]
    Unsupervised Discovery of Morphemes
  5. W02-0604: BBESylvain Neuvel]; BBESean A. Fulop]
    Unsupervised Learning of Morphology Without Morphemes
  6. W02-0605: BBEMikhail Belkin]; BBEJohn Goldsmith]
    Using eigenvectors of the bigram graph to infer morpheme identity
  7. W02-0606: BBEMarco Baroni]; BBEJohannes Matiasek]; BBEHarald Trost]
    Unsupervised discovery of morphologically related words based on orthographic and semantic similarity
  8. W02-0607: BBEAdam Albright]; BBEBruce Hayes]
    Modeling English Past Tense Intuitions with Minimal Generalization
  9. W02-0608: BBEKarin Müller]
    Probabilistic Context-Free Grammars for Phonology

2000

  1. Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology

1998

  1. SIGPHON'98 The Computation of Phonological Constraints

  2. W98-0901: BBEHyouk-Keun Kim]
    Generating Interlanguage Syllabification in Optimality Theory
  3. W98-0902: BBEMarkus Walther]
    Computing Declarative Prosodic Morphology
  4. W98-0903: BBEDaniel M. Albro]
    Three Formal Extensions to Primitive Optimality Theory
  5. W98-0904: BBEJochen Trommer]
    Optimal Morphology
  6. W98-0905: BBEAnja Belz]
    An Approach to the Automatic Acquisition of Phonotactic Constraints
  7. W98-0906: BBEAlan D. Blair]; BBEJohn Ingram]
    Loanword formation: a neural network approach

1997

  1. Computational Phonology: Third Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology

  2. W97-1101: BBEAnand Raman]; BBEJohn Newman]; BBEJon Patrick]
    A Complexity Measure for Diachronic Chinese Phonology
  3. W97-1102: BBEJohn Nerbonne]; BBEWilbert Heeringa]
    Measuring Dialect Distance Phonetically
  4. W97-1103: BBEBart de Boer]
    Self Organisation in Vowel Systems through Imitation
  5. W97-1104: BBERene Carre]; BBEMaria Mody]
    Prediction of Vowel and Consonant Place of Articulation
  6. W97-1105: BBESteven Bird]
    A LEXICAL DATABASE TOOL FOR QUANTITATIVE PHONOLOGICAL RESEARCH
  7. W97-1106: BBEHana Skoumalova]
    A Czech Morphological Lexicon
  8. W97-1107: BBEJohn Coleman]; BBEJanet Pierrehumbert]
    Stochastic phonological grammars and acceptability
  9. W97-1108: BBEGeorge Anton Kiraz]
    Linearization of Nonlinear Lexical Representations

1996

  1. Computational Phonology in Speech Technology

1994

  1. Computational Phonology

  2. W94-0201: BBESteven Bird]
    Automated Tone Transcription
  3. W94-0202: BBEMichael Mastroianni]; BBEBob Carpenter]
    Constraint-based Morpho-phonology
  4. W94-0203: BBET. Mark Ellison]
    Constraints, Exceptions and Representations
  5. W94-0204: BBEGerald Penn]; BBERichmond Thomason]
    Default Finite State Machines and Finite State Phonology
  6. W94-0205: BBESheila M. Williams]
    Lexical Phonology and Speech Style: Using a Model to Test a Theory
  7. W94-0206: BBEMichael Maxwell]
    Parsing Using Linearly Ordered Phonological Rules
  8. W94-0207: BBEThomas C. Bourgeois]; BBERichard T. Oehrle]
    Qualitative and Quantitative Dynamics of Vowels
  9. W94-0208: BBETimothy A. Cartwright]; BBEMichael R. Brent]
    Segmenting Speech Without a Lexicon: The Roles of Phonotactics and Speech Source