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. 36, Issue 3 - September 2010
Does GIZA++ Make Search Errors?
Discriminative Word Alignment by Linear Modeling
Generating Phrasal and Sentential Paraphrases: A Survey of Data-Driven Methods
Discourse Constraints for Document Compression
Complexity, Parsing, and Factorization of Tree-Local Multi-Component Tree-Adjoining Grammar
Learning Tractable Word Alignment Models with Complex Constraints
Hierarchical Phrase-Based Translation with Weighted Finite-State Transducers and Shallow-n Grammars
Linguistically Annotated Reordering: Evaluation and Analysis
Query Rewriting Using Monolingual Statistical Machine Translation
Ancient Symbols, Computational Linguistics, and the Reviewing Practices of the General Science Journals