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Journal Title: Natural Language Engineering
Volume/Issue:   14/4
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Automatic generation of weather forecast texts using comprehensive probabilistic generation-space models
by Anja S. Belz
pp 431-455

Strengths and weaknesses of finite-state technology: a case study in morphological grammar development
by Shuly Wintner
pp 457-469

Definitional and human constraints on structural annotation of English
by Geoffrey Sampson, Anna Babarczy
pp 471-494

Generating basic skills reports for low-skilled readers
by Sandra Williams, Ehud Reiter
pp 495-525

Multilingual pronunciation by analogy
by Tasanawan Soonklang, Robert I. Damper, Yannick Marchand
pp 527-546

A structural approach to the automatic adjudication of word sense disagreements
by Roberto Navigli
pp 547-573

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Morphology
Phonology
Lexicography
Writing Systems
 
LL Issue: 19.2736