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Computational linguistics in the Netherlands 2002 : selected papers from the thirteenth CLIN meeting /
edited by Tanja Gaustad.
imprint
Amsterdam ; New York, N.Y. : Rodopi, 2003.
description
159 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9042011262 (hd. bd.)
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Amsterdam ; New York, N.Y. : Rodopi, 2003.
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9042011262 (hd. bd.)
general note
"On Friday, 29 November 2002, a large number of participants and speakers attended the 13th meeting of Computational linguistics in the Netherlands, held at the University of Groningen."--Pref.
catalogue key
5079719
 
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Table of Contents
De desillusie van mijn leven of Remember Novemberp. 1
Parallel Communicating Finite Transducer Systemsp. 9
Extending a Finite State Approach for Parsing Commas in English to Dutchp. 25
Handling Disfluencies in Spontaneous Language Modelsp. 39
Learning to Segment Speech with Self-Organising Mapsp. 51
How is Grammatical Gender Processed?p. 65
BaseNP Chunking using ILPp. 77
A Dutch Chunker as a Basis for the Extraction of Linguistic Knowledgep. 93
Morpho-Syntactic Agreement and Index Agreement in Dutch NPsp. 111
Harvesting Dutch Tress: Syntactic Properties of Spoken Dutchp. 129
Improving a Spelling Checker for Afrikaansp. 143
List of Contributorsp. 157
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