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Title: Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002.
Subtitle: Selected Papers from the Thirteenth CLIN Meeting.
Edited By: Tanja Gaustad
Series Title: Language and Computers Vol. 47
Description:

This volume provides a selection of the papers which were presented at the
thirteenth conference on Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (held
in Groningen in November 2002). The subjects covered in this book represent
a cross-section of current research topics in computational linguistics
ranging from theoretical to applied research and development. The target
audience consists of students and scholars of computational linguistics as
well as speech and language processing, both in academia and industry.

Contents:

Hugo BRANDT CORSTIUS: De desillusie van mijn leven of Remember November
Regular Papers

Erzsébet CSUHAJ-VARJÚ, Carlos MARTÍN-VIDE, and Victor MITRANA: Parallel
Communicating Finite Transducer Systems

Sebastian van DELDEN and Fernando GOMEZ: Extending a Finite State Approach
for Parsing Commas in English to Dutch

Jacques DUCHATEAU, Tom LAUREYS, Kris DEMUYNCK, and Patrick WAMBAC: Handling
Disfluencies in Spontaneous Language Models

Frank Van EYNDE: Morpho-syntactic Agreement and Index Agreement in Dutch NPs

James HAMMERTON: Learning to Segment Speech with Self-organising Maps

Christer JOHANSSON: How is Grammatical Gender Processed

Stasinos KONSTANTOPOULOS: BaseNP Chunking using ILP

Kristina SPRANGER and Ulrich HEID: A Dutch Chunker as a Basis for the
Extraction of Linguistic Knowledge

Ton van der WOUDEN, Ineke SCHUURMAN, Machteld SCHOUPPE, and Heleen
HOEKSTRA: Harvesting Dutch Trees: Syntactic Properties of Spoken Dutch

Menno van ZAANEN and Gerhard van HUYSSTEEN: Improving a Spelling Checker
for Afrikaans

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Publication Year: 2003
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
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Versions:
Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9042011262
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: VII,159 pp.
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