Text Resources and Lexical Knowledge: Selected Papers from the 9th Conference on Natural Language Processing KONVENS 2008

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Angelika Storrer, Alexander Geyken, Alexander Siebert, Kay-Michael Würzner
Walter de Gruyter, 03.11.2008 - 268 Seiten

This book contains selected state-of-the-art contributions to the 9th conference on natural language processing, KONVENS 2008 (Konferenz zur Verarbeitung natürlicher Sprache), with the central theme: text resources and lexical knowledge. The collection is unique in its placement of focus on the interaction between both of the above-mentioned fields, illustrating in particular the importance of methods in corpus linguistics for building lexical resources on the one hand, and the relevance of lexical resources for the analysis of and intelligent search methods for text corpora on the other. The selected articles all present novel approaches to one of three different research areas which in turn define the three parts of the book:

  • Techniques and models for the linguistic analysis of text resources: contributions from computational linguistics
  • Methods and tools for the acquisition of lexical knowledge from digitized and linguistically annotated text resources
  • Approaches to the representation of lexical knowledge in digital media for various purposes.
 

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Extending the TIGER query language with universal quantification
3
a rulebased approach
15
Finding canonical forms for historical German text
27
Computing distance and relatedness of medieval text variants from German
39
Data structures for the analysis of regional language variation
53
Local syntactic tagging of large corpora using weighted finite state transducers
65
Towards improved text understanding with WordNet
81
Influence of accurate compound noun splitting on bilingual vocabulary extraction
91
A tool for corpus analysis using partial disambiguation and bootstrapping of the lexicon
145
Rapid construction of explicative dictionaries using hybrid machine translation
159
The spanish version of WordNet 30
175
An OLIFbased open inflectional resource and yet another morphological system for German
183
Tools for exploring GermaNet in the context of clteaching
195
The case of definition assignment
209
Research on dictionary use and the development of useradapted views
223
The Kicktionary revisited
239

the cases of tutorial and collaborative planning dialogue
105
Visualization of dialect data
119
Providing corpus data for a dictionary for German juridical phraseology
131
Backmatter
253
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Angelika Storrer, Universität Dormund, Germany; Alexander Geyken, Alexander Siebert and Kay-Michael Würzner; Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany.

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