LINGUIST List 11.2651

Thu Dec 7 2000

Books: Natural Language Processing

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  1. Buerk, Anita, Natural Language Processing - NLP 2000 by D.N. Christodoulakis
  2. Buerk, Anita, Information Extraction by M.T. Pazienza
  3. Buerk, Anita, Envisioning Machine Translation in the Information Future by J.S.White
  4. Buerk, Anita, Text, Speech and Dialogue by P. Sojka, I. Kopecek & K. Pala

Message 1: Natural Language Processing - NLP 2000 by D.N. Christodoulakis

Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 09:13:16 +0100
From: Buerk, Anita <BuerkSpringer.de>
Subject: Natural Language Processing - NLP 2000 by D.N. Christodoulakis


NEW BOOK ON NLP FROM Springer 
 
 
Christodoulakis, D.N., University of Patras, Greece
Natural Language Processing - NLP 2000 
 
Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 1835
2000. XII, 438 pp. Softcover 
3-540-67605-8 
DM 98,-/ USD 69
Recommended List Price
 
Fields: Artificial Intelligence; Formal Languages; User Interfaces 
Written for: Researchers, professionals 

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second
International Conference on Natural Language Processing, NLP 2000,
held in Patras, Greece, in June 2000. The 39 revised full papers
presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 71
submissions. The book is organized in topical sections on tokenization
and morphological analysis, lexical knowledge representation, parsing
and discourse analysis, anaphora resolution, machine translation,
language generation, man-machine interaction and word sense
recognition/disambiguation, and information extraction.
 
Keywords: (language of publication)
Natural Language Processin, Text Segmentation Lexical, Competitive Literatur 

 
Table of Contents:
Tokenization, Morphological Analysis
Lexical Knowledge Representation
Parsing
Parsing, Discourse Analysis
Anaphora Resolution
Anaphora Resolution, Machine Translation
Machine Translation, Language Generation
Man-Machine Interaction, Word Sense Recognition/Disambiguation
Information Extraction
 
 
http://www.springer.de/cgi-bin/search_book.pl?isbn=3-540-67605-8 
 
 
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Message 2: Information Extraction by M.T. Pazienza

Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 09:14:06 +0100
From: Buerk, Anita <BuerkSpringer.de>
Subject: Information Extraction by M.T. Pazienza


NEW BOOK ON NLP FROM Springer 
 
Pazienza, M.T., University of Roma, Italy
 
Information Extraction 
Towards Scalable, Adaptable Systems
 
Lecturer Notes Computer Vol. 1714
1999. IX, 165 pp. Softcover 
3-540-66625-7 
DM 58,-/ USD 34,00
Recommended List Price
 
Fields: Artificial Intelligence; Information Storage and Retrieval 
Written for: Researchers, professionals and advanced students 
 
Information extraction (IE) is a new technology enabling relevant
content to be extracted from textual information available
electronically. IE essentially builds on natural language processing
and computational linguistics, but it is also closely related to the
well established area of information retrieval and involves
learning. In concert with other promising intelligent information
processing technologies like data mining, intelligent data analysis,
text summarization, and information agents, IE plays a crucial role in
dealing with the vast amounts of information accessible
electronically, for example from the Internet. The book is based on
the Second International School on Information Extraction, SCIE-99,
held in Frascati near Rome, Italy in June/July 1999.
 
Keywords: information retrieval, digital libraries, knowledge extraction,
 information extraction systems, content summarizing, inference 
 
Table of Contents:
Can we make Information Extraction more Adaptive?
Natural Language Processing and Digital Libraries
Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval
>From Speech to Knowledge
Relating Templates to Language and Logic
Inferential Information Extraction
Knowledge Extraction from Bilingual Corpora
Engineering of IE system: An Object-Oriented Approach
 	
 
http://www.springer.de/cgi-bin/search_book.pl?isbn=3-540-66625-7 
 
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Message 3: Envisioning Machine Translation in the Information Future by J.S.White

Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 09:15:12 +0100
From: Buerk, Anita <BuerkSpringer.de>
Subject: Envisioning Machine Translation in the Information Future by J.S.White


NEW BOOK ON NLP FROM Springer 
 
White, J.S., Litton PRC, McLean, VA, USA(Ed.) 
 
Envisioning Machine Translation in the Information Future 
4th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas,
AMTA 2000, Cuernavaca, Mexico, October 10-14, 2000 Proceedings
 
Lecturer Notes Computer Vol. 1934
2000. XV, 254 pp. Softcover 
3-540-41117-8 
DM 74,-/ USD 52,00
Recommended List Price
 
Fields: Artificial Intelligence; Information Storage and Retrieval; Formal
 Languages 
Written for: Researchers and professionals 
 
This book constitutes the referred proceedings of the 4th Conference
of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas, AMTA 2000,
held in Cuernavaca, Mexico in October 2000. The 18 technical papers,
seven system descriptions, and three user studies presented were
carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. All
current issues of machine translations, ranging from theoretical and
foundational issues to systems evaluation and case studies, are
addressed.
 
Keywords: Machine Translation, Automated Translation, Multilingual
 Documents, Computational Linguistics, Knowledge Representation,
 Statistical Language Processing, Natural Language Processing, 
 Translation Environments 
 
Table of Contents:
1.	Technical Papers
*	Building a Chinese-English Mapping between Verb Concepts for
 Multilingual Applications
*	Applying Machine Translation to Two-Stage Cross-Language Information
 Retrieval
*	Mixed-Initiative Translation of Web Pages
*	A Self-Learning Method of Parallel Texts Alignment
*	Handling Structural Divergences and Recovering Dropped Arguments in
 a Korean/English Machine Translation System
*	A Machine Translation System from English to American Sign Language
*	Oxygen: A Language Independent Linearization Engine
*	Information Structure Transfer: Bridging the Information Gap in
 Structurally Different Languages
*	The Effect of Source Analysis on Translation Confidence
*	Contemplating Automatic MT Evaluation
*	How are you doing? A Look at MT Evaluation
*	Recycling Annotated Parallel Corpora for Bilingual Document
 Composition
*	Combining Invertible Example-Based Machine Translation with
 Translation Memory Technology
*	What�s been forgotten in Translation Memory
*	Understanding Politics by Studying Weather: A cognitive approach to
 Representation of Polish Verbs of Motion, Appearance, and Existence
*	Small but Efficient: The Misconception of High-Frequency Words in
 Scandinavian Translation
*	Challenges in Adapting an Interlingua for Bidirectional
 English-Italian Translation
*	Text Meaning Representation as a Basis for Representation of Text
 Interpretation

2) System Descriptions
*	MT-based transparent Arabization of the Internet TARJIM.com
*	The KANTOO Machine Translation Environment
*	Pacific Rim Portable Translator
*	LabelTool: A Localization Application for Devices with Restricted
 Display Areas
*	The LogoVista ES Translation System
*	L&H Lexicography Toolkit for Machine Translation
*	A New Look for the PAHO MT System
 
3) User Studies
*	Is MT Software Documentation Appropriate for MT Users?
*	Evaluating Embedded Machine Translation in Military Field Exercises
*	Machine Translation Systems: E-K, K-E, J-K, K-J
 
http://www.springer.de/cgi-bin/search_book.pl?isbn=3-540-41117-8 
 
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Message 4: Text, Speech and Dialogue by P. Sojka, I. Kopecek & K. Pala

Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 09:15:41 +0100
From: Buerk, Anita <BuerkSpringer.de>
Subject: Text, Speech and Dialogue by P. Sojka, I. Kopecek & K. Pala


NEW BOOK ON NLP FROM Springer 
 
Sojka, P., Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Kopecek, I., Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Pala, K., Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
 
Text, Speech and Dialogue
Third International Workshop, TSD 2000 Brno, Czech Republic, September
13-16, 2000 Proceedings
 
Lecturer Notes Computer Vol. 1902
2000. XIII, 463 pp. Softcover 
3-540-41042-2 
DM 106,-/ USD 73
Recommended List Price
 
Fields: Artificial Intelligence; Information Storage and Retrieval;
 Information Systems Applications(incl. Internet) 

Publication language: English 
 
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third
International Workshop on Text, Speech and Dialogue, TSD 2000, held in
Brno, Czech Republic in September 2000. The 75 papers presented were
carefully reviewed and selected from 131 submissions. The book
presents a wealth of state-of-the-art research and development results
from the field of natural language processing with emphasis on text,
speech and spoken language.
 
Keywords: Natural Language Processing, Speech Processing, Dialogue, Spoken
 Dialogue, Machine Translation, Computational Linguistics, Text,
 Voice-Dialogue Systems, Ambiguity Resolution, Document 
 Classification 

 
 
 
http://www.springer.de/cgi-bin/search_book.pl?isbn=3-540-41042-2 
 
 
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