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Name: Viatcheslav  Yatsko
Institution: Irkutsk State Linguistic University
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Homepage: http://vetsky.narod2.ru/
State and/or Country: Russia   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Specialty: Information retrieval, automatic text analysis, mining and summarization, computer assited language learning, corpus linguistics
Selected Publications: 1. Yatsko V. A. Vishnyakov T. N. Some problems in the development of systems of automatic text summarization In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, Volume 41, Number 5 185-193.

2. Yatsko V. A. Vishnyakov T. N. A method for evaluating modern systems of automatic text summarization In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, 2007,V. 41,No 3,P. 93-103.

3. Yatsko V., Shilov S., Vishniakov T. A Semi-automatic Text Summarization System In: Proceedings of the 10 International Сonference on Speech and Computer,Patras, 2005,P. 283-288

4. Iatsko V. Possessive sentences in English and Russian: a contrastive analysis In: Europa der Sprachen: Sprachkompetenz-Mehrsprachichkeit-Translation. Teil 1. Sprache und Gesellschaft / Hrsg. L. N.Zybatow. - Frankfurt am Mein, 2003. - P.149-157.

5. Yatsko V. Symmetric summarization: theoretical foundations and methodology In: Naucho-technicheskaya informatsia Ser2 2002 № 5 P. 18-28 (In Russian)

6. Yatsko V. English Syntax for Russian Speaking Students. Katanov State University of Khakasia Press 2002.

7. Yatsko V. A., Starikov M. S., Larchenko E. V. et al. The algorithms for preliminary text processing: Decomposition, annotation, morphological analysis. In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, 2009, Volume 43, Number 6.


8. Yatsko V. A., Starikov M. S. On the Experience of Designing an Ontology for Automatic Analysis of User Sentiments about Commercial Products. In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, 2011, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 163–168.
Yatsko V. A. Methods and Algorithms for Automatic Text Analysis In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, 2011, Vol. 45, No. 5, pp. 224–231.

9.Yatsko V. A. Methods and Algorithms for Automatic Text Analysis In: Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics, 2011, Vol. 45, No. 5, pp. 224–231.

10.Yatsko V. A. The interpretation of Bradford’s law in terms of geometric progression In: Automatic documentation and mathematical linguistics, 2012, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 112–117.

11.Yatsko V. A. Problems and algorithms оf text decomposition by clauses. In: Automatic documentation and mathematical linguistics, 2012, Vol 46, No 3, pp. 146-152.

12.Yatsko V. A., Yatsko T.S. The category of possession: the restrictive approach. A presentation at the Third International Postgraduate Conference on Language and Cognition (ELC3). 2012, Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

13.Yatsko V.A., Yatsko T.S. Componential and predication analisis of the linguistic category of posession. A monograph. Abakan, 2011. 196 p.

14. Yatsko V.A. Problems in text preprocessing and automatic analysis. A monograph. Abakan, 2012. 178 p.
Courses Taught: Applied Linguistics
Computer Technologies in Linguistics
Automated Information Retrieval Systems
Text Mining
Dissertation Abstract: Problems in Information and Linguistic Modeling of Scientific Discourse



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