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Wed Jun 9 2004

TOC: Natural Language Engineering 10:2

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Message 1: TOC: Natural Language Engineering 10:2

Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2004 05:16:15 -0400 (EDT)
From: sarah <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: TOC: Natural Language Engineering 10:2


Publisher: Cambridge University Press http://www.cup.org
	
Journal Title: Natural Language Engineering
Volume Number: 10
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: June 2004

			
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Towards automatic fine-grained semantic classification of verb-noun
collocations 
LEO WANNER

LearningPinocchio: adaptive information extraction for real world
applications 
F. CIRAVEGNA, A. LAVELLI

Improving part-of-speech tagging using lexicalized HMMs
FERRAN PLA, ANTONIO MOLINA

Industry Watch
ROBERT DALE

Book Reviews 
Spotting and Discovering Terms through Natural Language
Processing by Christian Jacquemin. The MIT Press. 2001. 
ISBN: 0-262-10085-1. �36.50. 378 pages 
John I. Tait
 
Word Sense Disambiguation: The Case for Combinations of Knowledge
Sources, by Mark Stevenson. CLSI, 2003. ISBN: 
1-57586-390-1, US$25.00 (paperback); 
1-57586-389-8 US$67.50 (hardback), xvi + 175 pages 
Diana
Mccarthy
 
Verbmobil: Foundations of Speech-to-Speech Translation, 
by Wolfgang Wahlster (editor). Springer. 2000. 
ISBN 3-540-67783-6. Price �44.50
(hardback). xii+679 pages 
Jason Baldridge
			
Lingfield(s): Computational Linguistics
			 
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