Proceedings of the 19th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics (NODALIDA 2013); May 22-24; 2013; Oslo University; Norway. NEALT Proceedings Series 16

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 85 (2013)

NEALT Proceedings Series 16 (2013)

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Published: 2013-05-17

ISBN: 978-91-7519-589-6

ISSN: 1650-3686 (print), 1650-3740 (online)

Number of pages: 478


1 The Conversational User Interface

2 Detecting and Processing Figurative Language in Discourse

3 6;909 Reasons to Mess Up Your Data

4 The Nordic e-Infrastucture Collaboration: Opportunities for Synergy Without Borders

5 Tidying up the Basement: A Tale of Large-Scale Parsing on National eInfrastructure

6 Experiences in Building the Let’s MT! Portal on Amazon EC2

7 Using Constraint Grammar for Chunking

8 Features indicating readability in Swedish text

9 Towards a Dependency-based PropBank of General Finnish

10 Using Finite State Transducers for Making Efficient Reading Comprehension Dictionaries

11 Exploring Features for Named Entity Recognition in Lithuanian Text Corpus

12 Tagging the Past: Experiments using the Saga Corpus

13 Tagging a Morphologically Complex Language Using an Averaged Perceptron Tagger: The Case of Icelandic

14 IPhraxtor - A linguistically informed system for extraction of term candidates

15 Classifying Multimodal Turn Management in Danish Dyadic First Encounters

16 Nordic and Baltic wordnets aligned and compared through “WordTies”

17 Normalisation of Historical Text Using Context-Sensitive Weighted Levenshtein Distance and Compound Splitting

18 Modeling OOV Words With Letter N-Grams in Statistical Taggers: Preliminary Work in Biomedical Entity Recognition

19 Baltic and Nordic Parts of the European Linguistic Infrastructure

20 The IPP effect in Afrikaans: a corpus analysis

21 Using Factual Density to Measure Informativeness of Web Documents

22 Using Topic Models in Content-Based News Recommender Systems

23 Bootstrapping an Unsupervised Approach for Classifying Agreement and Disagreement

24 Morphological analysis with limited resources: Latvian example

25 Statistical syntactic parsing for Latvian

26 Building a Large Automatically Parsed Corpus of Finnish

27 Constructing a Multilingual Database of Verb Valence

28 New Measures to Investigate Term Typology by Distributional Data

29 Analysis of phonetic transcriptions for Danish automatic speech recognition

30 Combining Statistical Machine Translation and Translation Memories with Domain Adaptation

31 Building an open-source development infrastructure for language technology projects

32 From speech corpus to intonation corpus: clustering phrase pitch contours of Lithuanian

33 Simple and Accountable Segmentation of Marked-up Text

34 Statistical Machine Translation with Readability Constraints

35 Negation Scope Delimitation in Clinical Text Using Three Approaches: NegEx; PyConTextNLP and SynNeg

36 Tone restoration in transcribed Kammu: Decision-list word sense disambiguation for an unwritten language

37 The automatic identification of discourse units in Dutch text

38 Example-Based Treebank Querying with GrETEL - now also for Spoken Dutch

39 Korp and Karp - a bestiary of language resources: the research infrastructure of Språkbanken

40 A Grammar Sparrer for Norwegian

41 Finite state applications with Javascript

42 HPC-ready Language Analysis for Human Beings

43 The INESS Treebanking Infrastructure

44 Building gold-standard treebanks for Norwegian