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Title: Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001.
Subtitle: Selected Papers from the Twelfth CLIN Meeting.
Edited By: Hendri Hondorp
Mariët Theune
Anton Nijholt
Series Title: Language and Computers Vol. 45
Description:

Contents: David R. TRAUM: Ideas on Multi-layer Dialogue Management for
Multi-party, Multi-conversation, Multi-modal Communication.

Leonoor van der BEEK, Gosse BOUMA, Rob MALOUF, Gertjan van NOORD: The
Alpino Dependency Treebank

Gosse BOUMA, Begoña VILLADA: Corpus-based Acquisition of Collocational
Prepositional Phrases

Christophe COSTA FLORÊNCIO: Conservative vs Set-driven Learning Functions
for the Classes k-valued

Bart DECADT, Jacques DUCHATEAU, Walter DAELEMANS, Patrick WAMBAC:
Memory-Based Phoneme-to-Grapheme Conversion

Jesse de DOES, John van der VOORT van der KLEIJ: Tagging the Dutch PAROLE
Corpus

Fien DE MEULDER, Walter DAELEMANS, Véronique HOSTE: A Named Entity
Recognition System for Dutch

Jan van EIJCK: Reference Resolution in Context

Tanja GAUSTAD, Gosse BOUMA: Accurate Stemming of Dutch for Text Classification

Markus GUHE, Frank SCHILDER: Incremental Generation of Self-corrections
Using Underspecification

Djoerd HIEMSTRA, David van LEEUWEN: Creating a Dutch Information Retrieval
Test Corpus

Gerard KEMPEN, Karin HARBUSCH: Performance Grammar: a Declarative Definition

Piroska LENDVAI, Antal van den BOSCH, Emiel KRAHMER, Marc SWERTS:
Multi-feature Error Detection in Spoken Dialogue Systems

Arjen POUTSMA: Applying Monte Carlo Techniques to Language Identification

Vincent VANDEGHINSTE: Automated Compounding as a Means for Maximizing
Lexical Coverage

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Publication Year: 2002
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
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Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9042009438
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Pages: VIII,207 pp.
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