31. ACL 1993:
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Lenhart K. Schubert
(Ed.): 31st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 22-26 June 1993, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, Proceedings.
Kenneth Ward Church
: Char_align: A Program for Aligning Parallel Texts at the Character Level.
Stanley F. Chen
: Aligning Sentences in Bilingual Corpora using Lexical Information.
: An Algorithm for finding Noun Phrase Correspondences in Bilingual Corpora.
: The Effect of Establishing Coherence in Ellipsis and Anaphora Resolution.
: Principle-Based Parsing without Overgeneration.
: On the Decidability of Functional Uncertainty.
: F-PATR: A Functional Constraints for Unification-Based Grammars.
: Quantificational Domains and Recursive Contexts (Invited Talk Abstract).
, Von-Wun Soo
: An Empirical Study on Thematic Knowledge Acquisition Based on Syntactic Clues and Heuristics.
: Automatic Grammar Induction and Parsing Free Text: A Transformation-Based Approach.
: A Competition-Based Explanation of Syntactic Attachment Preferences and Garden Path Phenomena.
: The Imperfective Paradox and Trajectory-of-Motion Events.
: Text Segmentation Based on Similarity between Words.
Nava A. Shaked
: How do we count? The Problem of Tagging Phrasal Verbs in Parts.
David J. Hutches
: Raisins, Sultanas, and Currants: Lexical Classification and Abstraction via Context Priming.
: Guiding an HPSG Parser using Semantic and Pragmatic Expectations.
: The Formal Consequences of using Variables in CCG Categories.
: Integrating Word Boundary Identification with Sentence Understanding.
: Extending Kimmo's Two-Level Model of Morphology.