Computational Linguisticsis the longest-running publication devoted exclusively to the computational and mathematical properties of language and the design and analysis of natural language processing systems. This open-access journal is published by the MIT Press on behalf of The Association for Computational Linguistics.
Table of Contents
Vol. 35, Issue 1 - March 2009
Letter to the Editor
Statistical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Translation
Evaluating Centering for Information Ordering Using Corpora
The Complexity of Ranking Hypotheses in Optimality Theory
Unsupervised Type and Token Identification of Idiomatic Expressions
Discourse on the Move: Using Corpus Analysis to Describe Discourse Structure Douglas Biber, Ulla Connor, and Thomas A. Upton (Northern Arizona University and Indiana University-Indianapolis) John Benjamins Publishing (Studies in corpus linguistics, edited
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