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Content Visualization and Intermedia Representations (CVIR'98)

W98-0200: Front matter

W98-0201: Nickolas Gouraros; Wendy Hall
The Pausanian Notation: a method for representing the structure and the content of a hyperdocument

W98-0202: Hitoshi ISAHARA; Kiyotaka UCHIMOTO; Hiromi OZAKU
Intelligent Network News Reader with Visual User Interface

W98-0203: Breck Baldwin
Coreference as the Foundations for Link Analysis over Free Text Databases

W98-0204: Yaakov Yaari
Texplore- exploring expository texts via hierarchical representation

W98-0205: Dave Himmel
Visualization for Large Collections of Multimedia Information

W98-0206: Julia Hirschberg; John Choi; Christine Nakatani; Steve Whittaker
"I just played that a minute ago!:" Designing User Interfaces for Audio Navigation

W98-0207: Mihai NADIN; Clemens LANGO
Interactive Multimedia Navigation

W98-0208: Penny Chase; Ray D'Amore; Nahum Gershon; Rod Holland; Rob Hyland; Inderjeet Mani; Mark Maybury; Andy Merlino; Jim Rayson
Semantic Visualization

W98-0209: Marc Corio; Guy Lapalme
Integrated generation of graphics and text- a corpus study

W98-0210: Nancy Green; Giuseppe Carenini; Stephan Kerpedjiev; Steven Roth; Johanna Moore
A Media-Independent Content Language for Integrated Text and Graphics Generation

W98-0211: Jo Calder
How to build a (quite general) linguistic diagram editor

W98-0212: Ulrich Germann
Visualization of Protocols of the Parsing and Semantic Interpretation Steps in a Machine Translation System

W98-0213: Valerie Bellynck
Multimodal Visualization of Geometrical Constructions

W98-0214: R. Dan Jacobson
Navigating maps with little or no sight: An audio-tactile approach

W98-0215: Vladimir BULATOV; John GARDNER
Visualization by People without Vision

W98-0216: Dominique ESTIVAL
Integration of Speech and Vision in a small mobile robot

Discourse Relations and Discourse Markers

W98-0300: Front matter

W98-0301: Daniel Marcu
A surface-based approach to identifying discourse markers and elementary textual units in unrestricted texts

W98-0302: Simon H. Corston-Oliver
Identifying the Linguistic Correlates of Rhetorical Relations

W98-0303: Jill Burstein; Karen Kukich; Susanne Wolff; Chi Lu; Martin Chodorow
Enriching Automated Essay Scoring Using Discourse Marking

W98-0304: Brigitte Grote
Representing temporal discourse markers for generation purposes

W98-0305: Liesbeth DEGAND
On classifying connectives and coherence relations

W98-0306: Claudia Sofia; Giacomo Ferrari
Lexical marking of discourse relations - some experimental findings

W98-0307: Simone Teufel
Meta-discourse markers and problem-structuring in scientific articles

W98-0308: Laurence DANLOS TALANA
Linguistic ways for expressing a discourse relation in a lexicalized text generation system

W98-0309: Alistair Knott
Similarity and contrast relations and inductive rules

W98-0310: Frank Schilder
Temporal Discourse Markers and the Flow of Events

W98-0311: Nigel Ward
Some Exotic Discourse Markers of Spoken Dialog

W98-0312: Kathleen Dahlgren
Lexical Marking and the Recovery of Discourse Structure

W98-0313: Jacques Jayez; Corinne Rossari
Discourse Relations versus Discourse Marker Relations

W98-0314: Marie-Paule PERY-WOODLEY
Signalling in written text: a corpus-based approach

W98-0315: Bonnie Lynn Webber; Aravind K. Joshi
Anchoring a Lexicalized Tree-Adjoining Grammar for Discourse

W98-0316: Masahito KAWAMORI; Takeshi KAWABATA; Akira SHIMAZU
Discourse Markers in Spontaneous Dialogue: A Corpus based study of Japanese and English

W98-0317: Yukiko I. Nakano; Tsuneaki Kato
Cue Phrase Selection in Instruction Dialogue Using Machine Learning

W98-0318: Kerstin Fischer; Hans Brandt-Pook
Automatic Disambiguation of Discourse Particles

W98-0319: Daniel Jurafsky; Elizabeth Shriberg; Barbara Fox; Traci Curl
Lexical, Prosodic, and Syntactic Cues for Dialog Acts

Processing of Dependency-Based Grammars

W98-0500: Front matter

W98-0501: Timo JSrvinen; Pasi Tapanainen
Towards an implelnentable dependency grammar

W98-0502: Vincenzo Lombardo and Leonardo Lesmo
Unit Coordination and Gapping in Dependency Theory

W98-0503: Tomas Holan; Vladislav Kubon; Karel Oliva; Martin Platek
Two Useful Measures of Word Order Complexity

W98-0504: Norbert Broker
How to define a context-free backbone for DGs: Implementing a DG in the LFG formalism

W98-0505: Elke Teich
Types of syntagmatic grammatical relations and their representation

W98-0506: Eva Hajicova
Movement rules revisited

W98-0507: Cristina Barbero; Leonardo Lesmo ; Vincenzo Lombardo
Integration of syntactic and lexical information in a hierarchical dependency grammar

W98-0508: Harri ARNOLA
On Parsing Binary Dependency Structures Deterministically in Linear Time

W98-0509: Wolfgang Menzel; Ingo Schroder
Decision Procedures for Dependency Parsing Using Graded Constraints

W98-0510: Marie BOURDON; Lyne DA SYLVA; Michel GAGNON; Alma KHARRAT; Sonja KNOLL; Anna MACLACHLAN
A Case Study in Implementing Dependency-Based Grammars

W98-0511: Jacques Courtin; Damien Genthial
Parsing with Dependency Relations and Robust Parsing

W98-0512: Tom B.Y. Lai; Changuing Huang
Complements and Adjuncts in Dependency Grammar Parsing Emulated by a Constrained Context-Free Grammar

W98-0513: Yves LEPAGE; ANDO Shin-Ichit; AKAMINE Susumu; IIDA Hitoshi
AN ANNOTATED CORPUS IN JAPANESE USING TESNIERE'S STRUCTURAL SYNTAX

The Computational Treatment of Nominals

W98-0600: Front matter

W98-0601: Ralf Naumann
The representation of syntactically unexpressed complements to Nouns

W98-0602: Raft Naumann
A Dynamic Temporal Logic of Events, Intervals and States for Nominalization in Natural Language

W98-0603: Evelyne Viegas; Wanying Jin; Ron Dolan; Stephen Beale
Representation and Processing of Chinese Nominals and Compounds

W98-0604: Adam Meyers; Catherine Macleod; Roman Yangarber; Ralph Grishman; Leslie Barrett; Ruth Reeves
Using NOMLEX to Produce Nominalization Patterns for Information Extraction

W98-0605: Sadao Kurohashi; Masaki Murata; Yasunori Yata; Mitsunobu Shimada; Makoto Nagao
Construction of Japanese Nominal Semantic Dictionary using "A NO B" Phrases in Corpora

W98-0606: Alexandra Klein; Johannes Matiasek ; Harald Trost
The treatment of noun phrase queries in a natural language database access system

W98-0607: Michael O'Donnell; Hua Cheng; Janet Hitzeman
Integrating Referring and Informing in NP Planning

W98-0608: Kees van Deemter; Richard Power
Coreference in Knowledge Editing

W98-0609: John Goldsmith; Tom Reutter
Automatic Collection and Analysis of GermanCompounds

W98-0610: Nina Wacholder
SIMPLEX NPS CLUSTERED BY HEAD: A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING SIGNIFICANT TOPICS WITHIN A DOCUMENT

W98-0611: Jean Senellart
Tools for locating noun phrases with finite state transducers

W98-0612: Mohsen Rais-Ghasem; Jean-Pierre Corriveau
Exemplar-Based Sense Modulation

W98-0613: Boyan Onyshkevych
Nominal Metonymy Processing

W98-0614: Helmut Horacek
The Role of Cardinality in Metonymic Extensions to Nouns

Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Processing Systems

W98-0700: Front matter

W98-0701: Jiri Stetina; Sadao Kurohashi; Makoto Nagao
General Word Sense Disambiguation Method Based on a Full Sentential Context

W98-0702: Eric V. Siegel
Disambiguating Verbs with the WordNet Category of the Direct Object

W98-0703: Rada Mihalcea; Dan I. Moldovan
Word Sense Disambiguation based on Semantic Density

W98-0704: Rila Mandala; Tokunaga Takenobu; Tanaka Hozumi
The Use of WordNet in Information Retrieval

W98-0705: Julio Gonzalo; Felisa Verdejo; Irina Chugur; Juan Cigarran
Indexing with WordNet synsets can improve text retrieval

W98-0706: Sam Scott; Stan Matwin
Text Classification Using WordNet Hypernyms

W98-0707: Christiane Fellbaum
Towards a Representation of Idioms in WordNet

W98-0708: Fernando Gomez
Linking WordNet Verb Classes to Semantic Interpretation

W98-0709: Xavier Farreres; German Rigau; Horacio Rodffguez
Using WordNet for Building WordNets

W98-0710: Oi Yee Kwong
Aligning WordNet with Additional Lexical Resources

W98-0711: Roberto Basili; Alessandro Cucchiarelli; Carlo Consoli; Maria Teresa Pazienza; Paola Velardi
Automatic Adaptation of WordNet to Sublanguages and to Computational Tasks

W98-0712: Simonetta Montemagni; Vito Pirrelli
Augmenting WordNet-like lexical resources with distributional evidence. An application-oriented perspective

W98-0713: Tom O'Hara; Kavi Mahesh; Sergei Nirenburg
Lexical Acquisition with WordNet and the Mikrokosmos Ontology

W98-0714: Alistair E. Campbell ; Stuart C. Shapiro
Algorithms for Ontological Mediation

W98-0715: Noriko Tomuro
Semi-automatic Induction of Systematic Polysemy from WordNet

W98-0716: Michael L. Mc Hale
A Comparison of WordNet and Roget's Taxonomy for Measuring Semantic Similarity

W98-0717: Yuval Krymolowski; Dan Roth
Incorporating Knowledge in Natural Language Learning: A Case Study

W98-0718: Hongyan Jing
Usage of WordNet in Natural Language Generation

W98-0719: Doug Beeferman
Lexical Discovery with an Enriched Semantic Network

W98-0720: Sanda M. Harabagiu
Deriving Metonymic Coercions from WordNet

Partially Automated Techniques for Transcribing Naturally Occurring Continuous Speech

W98-0800: Front matter

W98-0801: Peter Stubley
Recognition of spontaneous speech

W98-0802: Joakim Nivre; Jens Allwood; Jenny Holm; Dario Lopez-Kasten
Towards Multimodal Spoken Language Corpora: TransTool and SyncTool

W98-0803: Robert Luk
Speech Annotation by Multi-sensory Recording

W98-0804: Patrizia Bonaventura; Fabio Giuliani; Juan Maria Garrido; Isabel Ortin
Grapheme-to-phoneme transcription rules for Spanish, with application to automatic speech recognition and synthesis

W98-0805: Caroline Lyon; Jill Hewitt
The value of minimal prosodic information in spoken language corpora

SIGPHON'98 The Computation of Phonological Constraints

W98-0900: Front matter

W98-0901: Hyouk-Keun Kim
Generating Interlanguage Syllabification in Optimality Theory

W98-0902: Markus Walther
Computing Declarative Prosodic Morphology

W98-0903: Daniel M. Albro
Three Formal Extensions to Primitive Optimality Theory

W98-0904: Jochen Trommer
Optimal Morphology

W98-0905: Anja Belz
An Approach to the Automatic Acquisition of Phonotactic Constraints

W98-0906: Alan D. Blair; John Ingram
Loanword formation: a neural network approach

Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages

W98-1000: Front matter

W98-1001: Saleem Abuleil; Martha Evens
Discovering Lexical Information by Tagging Arabic Newspaper Text

W98-1002: John Maloney; Michael Niv
TAGARAB: A Fast, Accurate Arabic Name Recognizer Using High-Precision Morphological Analysis

W98-1003: Fathi Debili; Emna Soussi
Etiquetage grammatical de l'arabe voyelle ou non

W98-1004: Michel Fanton
Finite State Automata and Arabic Writing

W98-1005: Bonnie Glover; Kevin Knight
Translating Names and Technical Terms in Arabic Text

W98-1006: Fathi Debili; Hadhemi Achour
Voyellation automatique de l'arabe

W98-1007: Kenneth R. Beesley
Arabic Morphology Using Only Finite-State Operations

W98-1008: Martine Smets
Paradigmatic Treatment of Arabic Morphology

W98-1009: Riyad Al-Shalabi; Martha Evens
A Computational Morphology System for Arabic

W98-1010: Francois Barthelemy
A Morphological Analyzer for Akkadian Verbal Forms with a Model of Phonetic Transformations

W98-1011: Shuly Wintner
Towards a linguistically motivated computational grammar for Hebrew

W98-1012: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
Generating Determiners and Quantifiers in Hebrew

W98-1013: M. Rosner; J. Caruana; R. Fabri
Maltilex: A Computational Lexicon for Maltese

W98-1014: Paul Micallef
RULE BASED LEXICAL ANALYSIS OF MALTESE

W98-1015: Ali M. Obaid
A New Pattern Matching Approach to the Recognition of Printed Arabic

Sixth Workshop on Very Large Corpora

W98-1100: Front matter

W98-1101: Judith Hochberg; Clint Scovel; Timothy Thomas; Sam Hall
Bayesian Stratified Sampling to Assess Corpus Utility

W98-1102: Nancy ID
Encoding Linguistic Corpora

W98-1103: Jian-Yun Nie; Pierre Isabelle; George Foster
Using a Probabilistic Translation Model for Cross-Language Information Retrieval

W98-1104: Mikio Yamamoto; Kenneth W. Church
Using Suffix Arrays to Compute Term Frequency and Document Frequency for All Substrings in a Corpus

W98-1105: Michael Collins; Scott Miller
Semantic Tagging using a Probabilistic Context Free Grammar

W98-1106: Ellen Riloff; Mark Schmelzenbach
An Empirical Approach to Conceptual Case Frame Acquisition

W98-1107: Cynthia A. Thompson; Raymond J. Mooney
Semantic Lexicon Acquisition for Learning Natural Language Interfaces

W98-1108: Stephen D'Alessio; Keith Murray; Robert Schiaffino; Aaron Kershenbaum
The Effect of Topological Structure on Hierarchical Text Categorization

W98-1109: Alex Collier; Mike Pacey; Antoinette Renouf
Refining the Automatic Identification of Conceptual Relations in Large-scale Corpora

W98-1110: Jeongwon Cha; Geunbae Lee; Jong-Hyeok Lee
Generalized unknown morpheme guessing for hybrid POS tagging of Korean

W98-1111: David Elworthy
Language Identification With Confidence Limits

W98-1112: Raquel Martinez; Joseba Abaitua; Arantza Casillas
Aligning tagged bitexts

W98-1113: Cornelia H. Parkes; Alexander M. Malek; Mitchell P. Marcus
Towards Unsupervised Extraction of Verb Paradigms from Large Corpora

W98-1114: John Carroll; Guido Minnen; Ted Briscoe
Can Subcategorisation Probabilities Help a Statistical Parser

W98-1115: Eugene Charniak ; Sharon Goldwater ; Mark Johnson
Edge-Based Best-First Chart Parsing

W98-1116: Paola Merlo ; Suzanne Stevenson
What grammars tell us about corpora: the case of reduced relative clauses

W98-1117: Wojciech Skut ; Thorsten Brants
A Maximum-Entropy Partial Parser for Unrestricted Text

W98-1118: Andrew Borthwick; John Sterling; Eugene Agichtein; Ralph Grishman
Exploiting Diverse Knowledge Sources via Maximum Entropy in Named Entity Recognition

W98-1119: Niyu Ge; John Hale ; Eugene Charniak
A Statistical Approach to Anaphora Resolution

W98-1120: Satoshi Sekine; Ralph Grishman ; Hiroyuki Shinnou
A Decision Tree Method for Finding and Classifying Names in Japanese Texts

W98-1121: Peter A. Heeman
POS Tagging versus Classes in Language Modeling

W98-1122: Giuseppe Riccardi; Srinivas Bangalore
Automatic Acquisition of Phrase Grammars for Stochastic Language Modeling

W98-1123: Min-Yen Kan; Judith L. Klavans; Kathleen R. McKeown
Linear Segmentation and Segment Significance

W98-1124: Daniel Marc
Improving summarization through rhetorical parsing tuning

W98-1125: Tadashi Nomoto; Yuji Matsumoto
Discourse Parsing: A Decision Tree Approach

W98-1126: Janyce M. Wiebet; Kenneth J. McKeever; Rebecca F. Bruce
Mapping Collocational Properties into Machine Learning Features

New Methods in Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning

W98-1200: Front matter

W98-1201: Walter Daelemans
ABSTRACTION IS HARMFUL IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

W98-1202: Michael Towsey; Joachim Diederich; lngo Schellhammer; Stephan Chalup; Claudia Brugman
Natural Language Learning by Recurrent Neural Networks: A Comparison wRh probabilistic approaches

W98-1203: Sandra Kubler
Learning a Lexicalized Grammar for German

W98-1204: Rene Schneider
A Lexically-Intensive Algorithm for Domain-Specific Knowlegde Acquisition

W98-1205: Andrd Kempe
Look-Back and Look-Ahead in the Conversion of Hidden Markov Models into Finite State Transducers

W98-1206: Mark Johnson
The effect of alternative tree epresentatmns on tree bank grammars

W98-1207: Thorsten Brants; Wojciech Skut
Automation of Treebank Annotation

W98-1208: Hamish Cunningham; Mark Stevenson; Yorick Wilks
Implementing a Sense Tagger in a General Architecture for Text Engineering

W98-1209: Ingo Schellhammer; Joachim Diederich; Michael Towsey; Claudia Brugman
Knowledge Extraction and Recurrent Neural Networks: An Analysis of an Elman Network trained on a Natural Language Learning Task

W98-1210: Jason L. Hutchens; Michael D. Alder
Finding Structure via Compression

W98-1211: Christer Samuelsson
Linguistic Theory in Statistical Language Learning

W98-1212: Richard McConachy; Kevin B. Korb; Ingrid Zukerman
A Bayesian Approach to Automating Argumentation

W98-1213: Stephen J, Green
Automatically generating hypertext in newspaper articles by computing semantic relatedness

W98-1214: Emin Erkan Korkmaz; Gokturk Ucoluk
CHOOSING A DISTANCE METRIC FOR AUTOMATIC WORD CATEGORIZATION

W98-1215: Patrick Saint-Dizier
Sense Variation and Lexical Semantics Generative Operations

W98-1216: Harold Somers
An Attempt to Use Weighted Cusums to Identify Sublanguages

W98-1217: Patrick Juola
Cross-Entropy and Linguistic Typology

W98-1218: David M. W. Power
Applications and Explanations of Zipf's Law

W98-1219: Edmund Yuen; Greg Chase
Proper Name Classification in an Information Extraction Toolset

W98-1220: Robert Steele; David Powers
Evolution and Evaluation of Document Retrieval Queries

W98-1221: Ilyas Cicekli; Turgay Korkrmaz
Generatlon of Simple Turkish Sentences with Systemic-Functional Grammar

W98-1222: Ian Thomas; Ingrid Zukerman; Bhavani Raskutti
Extracting Phoneme Pronunciation Information from Corpora

W98-1223: Antal van den Bosch; Ton Weijters; Walter Daelemans
Modularity in Inductively-Learned Word Pronunciation Systems

W98-1224: Antal van den Bosch; Walter Daelemans
Do Not Forget: Full Memory in Memory-Based Learning of Word Pronunciation

W98-1225: Vera Kamphuis; Janos Sarbo
Natural Language Concept Analysis

W98-1226: J.Entwisle; D. M. W. Powers
The Present Use of Statistics in the Evaluation of NLP Parsers

W98-1227: Hiroki Imai; Hozumi Tanaka
A Method of Incorporating Bigram Constraints into an LR Table and Its Effectiveness in Natural Language Processing

W98-1228: James M. Hogan; Joachim Diederich; Gerard D. Finn
Selective Attention and the Acquisition of Spatial Semantics

W98-1229: Hideki Kozima; Akira Ito
Towards Language Acquisition by an Attention-Sharing Robot

W98-1230: Michael Carl
A Constructivist Approach to Machine Translation

W98-1231: Michael Carl; Antje Schmidt-Wigger
Shallow Post Morphological Processing with KURD

W98-1232: Erika F. de Lima
Induction of a Stem Lexicon for Two-level Morphological Analysis

W98-1233: Jason L. Hutchens; Michael D. Alder
Introducing MegaHAL

W98-1234: V.Bastin; D.Cordier
Methods and tricks used in an attempt to pass the Turing Test

W98-1235: David M. W. Powers
The Total Turing Test and the Loebner Prize

W98-1236: Zenshiro Kawasaki; Keiji Takida; Masato Tajima
Language Model and Sentence Structure Manipulations for Natural Language Application Systems

W98-1237: Bradley B. Custer
Position Paper on Appropriate Audio/Visual Turing Test

W98-1238: Tony C. Smith
Learning Feature-Value Grammars from Plain Text

W98-1239: Herve Dejean
Morphemes as Necessary Concept for Structures Discovery from Untagged Corpora

W98-1240: Christopher D. Manning
The segmentation problem in morphology learning

W98-1241: David M. W. Powers
Reconciliation of Unsupervised Clustering, Segmentation and Cohesion

W98-1242: Isabeile Tellier
Syntactico-Semantic Learning of Categorial Grammars

Finite State Methods in Natural Language Processing

W98-1300: Front matter

W98-1301: Lauri Karttunen
The Proper Treatment of Optimality in Computational Phonology

W98-1302: Mark-Jan Nederhof
Context-Free Parsing through Regular Approximation

W98-1303: Atro Voutflainen
Does tagging help parsing? A case study on finite state parsing

W98-1304: Wide R. Hogenhout; Yuji Matsumoto
Robust Parsing Using a Hidden Markov Model

W98-1305: Jan Daciuk; Bruce W. Watson; Richard E. Watson
Incremental Construction of Minimal Acyclic Finite State Automata and Transducers

W98-1306: Gertjan van Noord
Treatment of e-Moves in Subset Construction

W98-1307: David Pico; Enrique Vidal
Learning Finite-State Models for Language Understanding

W98-1308: Aarne Ranta
A Multilingual Natural-Language Interface to Regular Expressions

W98-1309: Kemal Oflazer; Gokhan Tur
Implementing Voting Constraints with Finite State Transducers

W98-1310: Remi Zajac
Feature Structures, Unification and Finite-State Transducers

W98-1311: Sandro Pedrazzini; Marcus Hoffmann
Using Genericity to Create Cutomizable Finite-State Tools

W98-1312: Kenneth R. Beesley
Constraining Separated Morphotactic Dependencies in Finite-State Grammars

W98-1313:
Author Index

Natural Language Generation

W98-1400: Front matter

W98-1401: James C. Lester; William H. Bares; Charles B, Callaway; Stuart G. Towns
Natural Language Generation Journeys to Interactive 3D Worlds Invited Talk Extended Abstract

W98-1402: John Bateman; Thomas Kamps; Jorg Kleinz; Klaus Reichenberger
COMMUNICATIVE GOAL-DRIVEN NL GENERATION AND DATA-DRIVEN GRAPHICS GENERATION: AN ARCHITECTURAL SYNTHESIS FOR MULTIMEDIA PAGE GENERATION

W98-1403: Nancy Green; Giuseppe Carenini; Johanna Moore
A PRINCIPLED REPRESENTATION OF ATTRIBUTIVE DESCRIPTIONS FOR GENERATING INTEGRATED TEXT AND INFORMATION GRAPHICS PRESENTATIONS

W98-1404: Chris Mellish; Mick O'Donnel; Jon Oberlander; Alistair Knott
AN ARCHITECTURE FOR OPPORTUNISTIC TEXT GENERATION

W98-1405: David D. McDonald
Controlled Realization of Complex Objects

W98-1406: Stephen Beale; Sergei Nirenburg; Evelyne Viegast; Leo Wanner
De-Constraining Text Generation

W98-1407: Lidia Fraczak ; Guy Lapalme ; Michael Zock
AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF SUBWAY DIRECTIONS: SALIENCE GRADATION AS A FACTOR FORDETERMINING MESSAGE AND FORM

W98-1408: Erwin Marsi
INTRODUCING MAXIMAL VARIATION IN TEXT PLANNING FOR SMALL DOMAINS

W98-1409: Regina Barzilay; Daryl McCullough; Owen Rambow; Jonathan DeCristofaro; Tanya Korelsky; Benoit Lavoie
A NEW APPROACH TO EXPERT SYSTEM EXPLANATIONS

W98-1410: Armin Fiedler
Macroplanning with a Cognitive Architecture for the Adaptive Explanation of Proofs

W98-1411: Chris Mellish; Alistair Knott; Jon Oberlander; Mick O'Donnell
EXPERIMENTS USING STOCHASTIC SEARCH FOR TEXT PLANNING

W98-1412: Ralf Klabunde; Martin Jansche
ABDUCTIVE REASONING FOR SYNTACTIC REALIZATION*

W98-1413: Daniel Ansari; Graeme Hirst
GENERATING WARNING INSTRUCTIONS BY PLANNING ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES

W98-1414: Brigitte Grote; Manfred Stede
DISCOURSE MARKER CHOICE IN SENTENCE PLANNING

W98-1415: James Shaw
Clause Aggregation Using Linguistic Knowledge

W98-1416: Ingrid Zukerman; Richard McConachy; Kevin B. Korb
ATTENTION DURING ARGUMENT GENERATION AND PRESENTATION

W98-1417: KRISTIINA JOKINEN; HIDEKI TANAKA; AKIO YOKOO
PLANNING DIALOGUE CONTRIBUTIONS WITH NEW INFORMATION

W98-1418: Yael Dahan Netzer; Michael Elhadad
GENERATION OF NOUN COMPOUNDS IN HEBREW: CAN SYNTACTIC KNOWLEDGE BE FULLY ENCAPSULATED?

W98-1419: Matthew Stone; Bonnie Webber
TEXTUAL ECONOMY THROUGH CLOSE COUPLING OF SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS

W98-1420: Murat Temizsoy; Ilyas Cicekli
A Language-Independent System for Generating Feature Structures from Interlingua Representations

W98-1421: Jan Alexandersson; Peter Poller
Towards Multilingual Protocol Generation For Spontaneous Speech Dialogues

W98-1422: Tilman Becker
Fully Lexicalized Head-Driven Syntactic Generation

W98-1423: Graham Wilcock
APPROACHES TO SURFACE REALIZATION WITH HPSG

W98-1424: Christian MATI'HIESSEN; ZENG Licheng; Marilyn CROSS; Ichiro KOBAYASHI; Kazuhiro TERUYA; WU Canzhong
The Multex generator and its environment: application and development

W98-1425: Stephan Busemann; Helmut Horacek
A FLEXIBLE SHALLOW APPROACH TO TEXT GENERATION

W98-1426: Irene Langkilde; Kevin Knight
THE PRACTICAL VALUE OF N-GRAMS IS IN GENERATION

W98-1427: Donia Scott; Richard Power; Roger Evans
GENERATION AS A SOLUTION TO ITS OWN PROBLEM

W98-1428: Michael White; Ted Caldwell
EXEMPLARS: A Practical, Extensible Framework For Dynamic Text Generation

W98-1429: Evgeniy Gabrilovich; Nissirn Francez; Shuly Wintner
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION WITH ABSTRACT MACHINE

W98-1430: Reva Freedman; Stefan Brandle; Michael Glass; Jung Hee Kim; Yujian Zhou; Martha W. Evens
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION CONTENT PLANNING AS THE BASIS FOR AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM

W98-1431: FREDERIC MEUNIER; LAURENCE DANLOS
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION FLAUBERT: AN USER FRIENDLY SYSTEM FOR MULTILINGUAL TEXT GENERATION

W98-1432: Thierry Etchegoyhen; Thomas Wehrle
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION OVERVIEW OF GBGEN

W98-1433: Mariet Theune; Esther Klabbers
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION GOALGETTER: GENERATION OF SPOKEN SOCCER REPORTS

W98-1434: Tianfang Yao; Dongmo Zhang; Qian Wang
System Demonstration Multilingual Weather Forecast Generation System

W98-1435: Jose Coch
SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION INTERACTIVE GENERATION AND KNOWLEDGE ADMINISTRATION IN MULTIMETEO

W98-1436: ATTILA FERENCZ; TEODORA RATIU; MARIA FERENCZ; TONDE-CSILLA KOVACS; ISTVAN NAGY; DIANA ZAIU
ROMVOX EXPERIMENTS REGARDING UNRESTRICTED TEXT TO SPEECH SYNTHESIS FOR THE ROMANLAN LANGUAGE

W98-1437: Richard Power; Donia Scott
WYSIWYM: knowledge editing with natural language feedback


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