Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002: Selected Papers from the Thirteenth CLIN Meeting

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Tanja Gaustad
Rodopi, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 159 pages
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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.
 

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Contents

Invited Speaker
1
Extending a Finite State Approach for Parsing Commas
25
Handling Disfluencies in Spontaneous Language Models
39
How is Grammatical Gender Processed?
65
Stasinos Konstantopoulos
93
MorphoSyntactic Agreement and Index Agreement
111
Syntactic Properties of Spoken Dutch
129
Improving a Spelling Checker for Afrikaans
143
List of Contributors
157
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