BULAG 37

BULAG 37

Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology 2012

Gabriel SECONDAT – Peter GREENFIELD (coord.) – Sylviane CARDEY (dir.)

2012 – ISBN : 978-2-84867-433-9 – 192 pages – format : 16*22 cm

Série : Revues

Revue : BULAG

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Résumé
This special number of the BULAG contains 9 research papers of special merit written by students of the 3rd intake (2010) of the European Erasmus Mundus Masters Course International Masters in Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology. The papers have been written as a requirement of the students' research projects which they presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology, Universite de Franche-Comte, France, 12-13 June, 2012. Research themes: multilinguism, translation and machine translation (4 papers); text applications (3): generation, simplification and classification; automatic speech recognition (1); these with associated linguistic analyses, including comparative, of several languages: Catalan, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
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Sylviane Cardey

 

Use of Discourse Knowledge to Improve Lexicon-based Sentiment Analysis

Pedro Paulo Balage Filho

 

Linguistic Indicators for Quality Estimation of Machine Translations

Mariano Felice

 

A New Task for Lexical Simplification

Sujay Kumar Jauhar

 

Machine Translation & Controlled Languages: Achieving Automated English and Spanish Translations of Passenger Protocols in French Public Transportation

Sophie Jubert

 

Towards a French-Russian Machine Translation system in Controlled Speciality Language

Natallia Khatseyeva

 

An Evaluation of Automatic Speech Recognition in the Spanish Version of Windows 7: Effects of Language Variety, Speaking Style and Gender

María Soledad López Gambino

 

PT-EN Collocation Equivalents and Machine Translation Evaluation

Lucas Nunes Vieira

 

Compansion system for a pictogram-based AAC application in Catalan

Joan Pahisa-Solé

 

Conceptual Representation in an Ontology-to-Text Generator for the Air Quality Domain

Dinara Vakhitova

Auteur(s)
Gabriel SECONDAT (coord.)
Peter GREENFIELD (coord.)
Sylviane CARDEY (dir.)
The papers have been written as a requirement of the International Masters students' research projects which they presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology, Universite de Franche-Comte, France, 12-13 June, 2012.
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