2. CICLing 2001:
Computational Linguistic Theories
: What Is a Natural Language and How to Describe It? Meaning-Text Approaches in Contrast with Generative Approaches (Invited Talk).
: A Fully Lexicalized Grammar for French Based on Meaning-Text Theory (Invited Talk).
: Modeling the Level of Involvement of Verbal Arguments.
: Russellian and Strawsonian Definite Descriptions in Situation Semantics.
Igor A. Bolshakov
: Treatment of Personal Pronouns Based on Their Parameterization.
Slim Ben Hazez
: Modeling Textual Context in Linguistic Pattern Matching.
: Recent Research in the Field of Example-Based Machine Translation.
: A Hierarchical Phrase Alignment from English and Japanese Bilingual Text.
Diana Zaiu Inkpen
, Graeme Hirst
: Experiments on Extracting Knowledge from a Machine-Readable Dictionary of Synonym Differences (Invited Talk).
: Unification-Based Lexicon and Morphology with Speculative Feature Signalling.
: A Hybrid Approach of Text Segmentation Based on Sensitive Word Concept for NLP.
Intelligent Text Processing
Structure Identification. Text Mining