Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2009 : Selected papers from the nineteenth CLIN meeting


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Mirella Lapata : Invited talk: Constraint-based Sentence Compression: An Integer Programming Approach
Tamás Biró : Elephants and Optimality Again : SA-OT accounts for pronoun resolution in child language
André Bittar : Annotation of Events and Temporal Expressions in French Texts : SA-OT accounts for pronoun resolution in child language
Gosse Bouma : Linking Dutch Wikipedia Categories to EuroWordNet : SA-OT accounts for pronoun resolution in child language
Wim De Smet, Marie-Francine Moens : An Aspect Based Document Representation for Event Clustering : SA-OT accounts for pronoun resolution in child language
Gianluca Giorgolo, Christina Unger : Coreference without Discourse Referents : A non-representational DRT-like discourse semantics
Ashwin Ittoo, Gosse Bouma : Semantic Selectional Restrictions for Disambiguating Meronymy Relations : A non-representational DRT-like discourse semantics
Scott Martens : Frequent Structure Discovery in Treebanks : An efficient, practical, actually usable approach
Daphne Theijssen, Hans van Halteren, Karin Fikkers, Frederike Groothoff, Lian van Hoof, Eva van de Sande, Jorieke Tiems, Véronique Verhagen and Patrick vander Zande : A regression model for the English benefactive alternation : An efficient, practical, actually usable approach
Frank Van Eynde : A treebank-driven investigation of predicative complements in Dutch : An efficient, practical, actually usable approach
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