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Journal Title: Natural Language Engineering
Volume/Issue:   11/3
Date: September 2005
Table of Contents: Parallel texts
by Rada Mihalcea, Michel Simard
pp 239-246

Exploiting parallel texts in the creation of multilingual semantically annotated resources: the MultiSemCor Corpus
by L. Bentivogli, E. Pianta
pp 247-261

Constrained EM for parallel text alignment
by David Talbot
pp 263-277

Optimization of word alignment clues
by Jörg Tiedemann
pp 279-293

Comparing example-based and statistical machine translation
by Andy Way, Nano Gough
pp 295-309

Bootstrapping parsers via syntactic projection across parallel texts
by Rebecca Hwa, Philip Resnik, Amy Weinberg, Clara Cabezas, Okan Kolak
pp 311-325

Automatic bilingual lexicon acquisition using random indexing of parallel corpora
by Magnus Sahlgren, Jussi Karlgren
pp 327-341

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 16.2718