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TOC: Computational Linguistics 37/1 (2011)

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        1.     David Weininger , Computational Linguistics Vol. 37, No. 1 (2011)

Message 1: Computational Linguistics Vol. 37, No. 1 (2011)
Date: 04-Apr-2011
From: David Weininger <dgwmit.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics Vol. 37, No. 1 (2011)
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Publisher: MIT Press
http://mitpress.mit.edu/

Journal Title: Computational Linguistics
Volume Number: 37
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2011


Main Text:

Starting with Volume 35, Issue 1, Computational Linguistics became an open
access journal, freely available to all online readers. There is no longer a
print edition. Back issues in print from Volumes 34 and earlier are still
available.


Squibs:
Nouveau-ROUGE: A Novelty Metric for Update Summarization
John M. Conroy, Judith D. Schlesinger, Dianne P. O'Leary

Articles:
Opinion Word Expansion and Target Extraction through Double Propagation
Guang Qiu, Bing Liu, Jiajun Bu, Chun Chen

Towards Modular Development of Typed Unification Grammars
Yael Sygal, Shuly Wintner

An Investigation of Interruptions and Resumptions in Multi-Tasking Dialogues
Fan Yang, Peter A. Heeman, Andrew L. Kun

Syntactic Processing Using the Generalized Perceptron and Beam Search
Yue Zhang, Stephen Clark

Learning and Evaluation of Dialogue Strategies for New Applications: Empirical
Methods for Optimization from Small Data Sets
Verena Rieser, Oliver Lemon

Analyzing and Integrating Dependency Parsers
Ryan McDonald, Joakim Nivre

Grammar Factorization by Tree Decomposition
Daniel Gildea

Book Reviews:
Not Exactly: In Praise of Vagueness Kees van Deemter (University of Aberdeen)
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, xvi+341 pp; hardbound, ISBN
978-0-19-954590-2, $29.95
Ewan Klein

A Resource-Light Approach to Morpho-Syntactic Tagging Anna Feldman* and Jirka
Hana‡ (*Montclair State University, ‡Charles University) Amsterdam: Rodopi
(Language and computers: Studies in practical linguistics, volume 70), 2010,
xiv+185 pp; hardbound, ISBN 978-90-420-2768-8, €40.00
Christian Monson

Language, Technology, and Society Richard Sproat (Oregon Health & Science
University) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, xiii+286 pp; hardbound, ISBN
978-0-19-954938-2, £25.00
Francis Bond

Briefly Noted

Publications Received

Last Words:
Improving Our Reviewing Processes
Inderjeet Mani


Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

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