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TOC: Volume 38, Issue 3 - September 2012
Victor H. Yngve
W. John Hutchins
Fruit Carts: A Domain and Corpus for Research in Dialogue Systems and Psycholinguistics
Gregory Aist, Ellen Campana, James Allen, Mary Swift, Michael K. Tanenhaus
Empirical Risk Minimization for Probabilistic Grammars: Sample Complexity and Hardness of Learning
Shay B. Cohen, Noah A. Smith
Summarizing Information Graphics Textually
Seniz Demir, Sandra Carberry, Kathleen F. McCoy
Modeling Regular Polysemy: A Study on the Semantic Classification of Catalan Adjectives
Gemma Boleda, Sabine Schulte im Walde, Toni Badia
Tree-Adjoining Grammars Are Not Closed Under Strong Lexicalization
Marco Kuhlmann, Giorgio Satta
A Scalable Distributed Syntactic, Semantic, and Lexical Language Model
Ming Tan, Wenli Zhou, Lei Zheng, Shaojun Wang
On the String Translations Produced by Multi Bottom–Up Tree Transducers
Quantitative Syntax Analysis Reinhard Köhler (Trier University) Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter Mouton (Quantitative Linguistics series, edited by Reinhard Köhler, Gabriel Altmann, and Peter Grzybek, volume 65)
Chunshan Xu, Haitao Liu