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 4 - December 2009
The Dawn of Statistical ASR and MT
From Annotator Agreement to Noise Models
Punctuation as Implicit Annotations for Chinese Word Segmentation
Kernel Methods for Minimally Supervised WSD
An Investigation into the Validity of Some Metrics for Automatically Evaluating Natural Language Generation Systems
Binarization of Synchronous Context-Free Grammars
An Empirical Study of Corpus-Based Response Automation Methods for an E-mail-Based Help-Desk Domain
Learning Machine Translation
What Science Underlies Natural Language Engineering?
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