LINGUIST List 6.675

Sat 13 May 1995

Qs: Pos tagger, Bibliography, New letters, Lg universals

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  1. Charlotte Baltus, unix/c-based pos tagger
  2. Ron Sun, Bibliography
  3. Michael Everson, Sorting new letters of the alphabet
  4. gen11, "LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS

Message 1: unix/c-based pos tagger

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 13:05:27 unix/c-based pos tagger
From: Charlotte Baltus <baltuscedar.buffalo.edu>
Subject: unix/c-based pos tagger


I am looking for a pos tagger (preferably similar to the Xerox tagger)
which can be called from a C program or from the unix command line. Anyone
know of such an implementation?

Thank-you,
Charlotte Baltus
Cntr for Excellence in Document Analysis and Recognition
baltuscedar.buffalo.edu
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Message 2: Bibliography

Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 13:17:42 Bibliography
From: Ron Sun <rsuncs.ua.edu>
Subject: Bibliography


In relation to the workshop

) The IJCAI Workshop on
) Connectionist-Symbolic Integration:
) From Unified to Hybrid Approaches
)
) to be held at IJCAI'95
) Montreal, Canada
) August 19-20, 1995

I like to update a bibliography of work on connectionist-symbolic
integration.

About two years ago, I solicited input from this mailing list
and compiled a bibliography on the above topic (available in Neuroprose).
However, since then,
there has been a considerable amount of new developments that need
to be collected and categorized. Therefore, I want to update
(and re-compile) that bibliography.

Please send me any of the followings:
 -- New publications since Spring 1993
 -- Earlier publications that were inadvertently omitted in the
 the current bibliography
 -- Lists of your own publications in this area, preferably annotated
 (if they are not already in the bibliography).


My e-mail address is:
 rsuncs.ua.edu

If you have hardcopies that you can send me, here is my address:
Dr. Ron Sun
Department of Computer Science
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
(205) 348-6363

Your help is greatly appreciated.
However, the decision whether to include
a paper or not in the bibliography is solely the responsibility of the editor.

---Ron

p.s.

---------
The previous bibliography (36 pages) on connectionist models with
symbolic processing is available in neuroprose.
To get a copy of the bibliography, use FTP as follows:
 unix) ftp archive.cis.ohio-state.edu (or 128.146.8.52)
 Name: anonymous
 Password:
 ftp) cd pub/neuroprose
 ftp) binary
 ftp) get sun.nn-sp-bib.ps.Z
 ftp) quit
 unix) uncompress sun.nn-sp-bib.ps.Z
 unix) lpr sun.nn-sp-bib.ps (or however you print postscript)

A clean-up version of the bibliography is published in the book:
 Ron Sun and Larry Bookman. (eds.)
 Computational Architectures Integrating Neural and Symbolic Processes.
 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1994.
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Message 3: Sorting new letters of the alphabet

Date: Thu, 11 May 95 12:08:47 +0Sorting new letters of the alphabet
From: Michael Everson <EVERSONIRLEARN.UCD.IE>
Subject: Sorting new letters of the alphabet

Where does GLOTTAL stop sort? After Z? before Q? Where do the
African click letters (PIPE, DOUBLE-BARRED PIPE, DOUBLE PIPE,
EXCLAMATION MARK, KISS) sort?

Please reply to eversonirlearn.ucd.ie. This information will
help build a default sorting order for a subset of ISO 10646.
Thanks.

Michael Everson, Everson Gunn Teoranta
15 Port Chaeimhghein I/ochtarach; Baile A/tha Cliath 2; E/ire*Ireland
Gutha/in: +353 1 478-2597, +353 1 283-9396 Facsa: +353 1 283-7778
27 Pa/irc an Fhe/ithlinn; Baile an Bho/thair; Co. A/tha Cliath; E/ire
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Message 4: "LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS

Date: Thu, 11 May 1995 13:15:11 "LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS
From: gen11 <gen11rz.uni-kiel.d400.de>
Subject: "LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS

Dear LINGUISTs,
I would be interested to know whether there are modern languages (excepting
pidgin and creole languages) that
(1) do show coordination, but do not show subordination on the syntactic level,
(2) do show subordination, but do not show coordination,
(3) that show neither coordination nor subordination.
Furthermore, I would be grateful for information about the relevant literature.
Please respond directly to gen11rz.uni-kiel.d400.de .
I will summarize for the list.
Best wishes,
Bertram Pries.
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