BULAG 39

BULAG 39

Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology 2014

Sylviane CARDEY (dir.)

2014 – ISBN : 978-2-84867-500-8 – 204 pages – format : 15*21 cm

Série : Revues

Revue : BULAG

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Résumé
This special number contains 10 research papers of special merit written by students of the 5th intake (2012) of the Erasmus Mundus International Masters in Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology as a requirement of their research projects which they presented at the 5th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology, Universidade do Algarve, June 19-20, 2014. Themes: spoken language (2 papers), word segmentation (1 paper), named entities (2 papers), machine translation (3 papers), metaphorical language (1 paper) and language resources (1 paper). Languages studied: English, French, Khmer, Montenegrin, Serbian, Ukrainian and Urdu.
Sommaire

Presentation

Sylviane Cardey

 

Named Entity Recognition in the Serbian Language: the Organisation Category

Božidar Bukilić

 

Segmental Discrepancies between Speakers of Different Accents: Implications for Accent Conversion Research and Development

Calvin Cheng

 

Creation of a Dictionary of Pragmatemes for Machine Translation

Alison Daly

 

Machine Translation of Anthroponyms: English to Ukrainian Memory-Based Transliteration System

Tetiana Gerasymenko

 

Semantic Dictionary of Named Entities

Anubhav Gupta

 

Metaphorical Language Identification and Evaluation in English and French

Vlad Niculae

 

A Language Resource for Urdu: Morphological Description and the Development of a Machine-readable Lexicon for Processing Urdu

Abdul Qadir

 

Khmer Word Segmentation Using a Hybrid Method

Kim Cheng Sheang

 

Towards Better Match Retrieval in Translation Memory Systems

Katerina Raisa Timonera

 

Semiautomatic Detection of Pronunciation Variation to Improve American English Text-to-Speech Database Labelling Using Extended Label Inventory

Martin Patrick Tozer

Auteur(s)
Sylviane CARDEY (dir.)
The papers have been written by students as a requirement of the Erasmus Mundus International Masters students’ research projects which they presented at the 5th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology, Universidade do Algarve, Faro, June 19-20, 2014.
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Researchers in Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technology
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Soutien(s)
European Commission, Education and Training

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