Computer Processing of Oriental Languages. Beyond the Orient: The Research Challenges Ahead [electronic resource] :21st International Conference, ICCPOL 2006, Singapore, December 17-19, 2006. Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Matsumoto, Yuji [editor.] | Sproat, Richard W [editor.] | Wong, Kam-Fai [editor.] | Zhang, Min [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4285Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006.Description: XVII, 546 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540496687.Subject(s): Computer science | Algorithms | Mathematical logic | Data mining | Artificial intelligence | Text processing (Computer science) | Computational linguistics | Computer Science | Language Translation and Linguistics | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages | Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Document Preparation and Text ProcessingOnline resources: Click here to access online
Information Retrieval/Document Classification/QA/ Summarization I -- Answering Contextual Questions Based on the Cohesion with Knowledge -- Segmentation of Mixed Chinese/English Document Including Scattered Italic Characters -- Using Pointwise Mutual Information to Identify Implicit Features in Customer Reviews -- Using Semi-supervised Learning for Question Classification -- Query Similarity Computing Based on System Similarity Measurement -- Machine Translation I -- An Improved Method for Finding Bilingual Collocation Correspondences from Monolingual Corpora -- A Syntactic Transformation Model for Statistical Machine Translation -- Word Alignment Between Chinese and Japanese Using Maximum Weight Matching on Bipartite Graph -- Improving Machine Transliteration Performance by Using Multiple Transliteration Models -- Information Retrieval/Document Classification/ QA/Summarization II -- Clique Percolation Method for Finding Naturally Cohesive and Overlapping Document Clusters -- Hybrid Approach to Extracting Information from Web-Tables -- A Novel Hierarchical Document Clustering Algorithm Based on a kNN Connection Graph -- Poster Session 1 -- The Great Importance of Cross-Document Relationships for Multi-document Summarization -- The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction to Train People with Reading Disabilities Recognizing Chinese Characters -- Discrimination-Based Feature Selection for Multinomial Naïve Bayes Text Classification -- A Comparative Study on Chinese Word Clustering -- Populating FrameNet with Chinese Verbs Mapping Bilingual Ontological WordNet with FrameNet -- Collecting Novel Technical Terms from the Web by Estimating Domain Specificity of a Term -- Building Document Graphs for Multiple News Articles Summarization: An Event-Based Approach -- A Probabilistic Feature Based Maximum Entropy Model for Chinese Named Entity Recognition -- Correcting Bound Document Images Based on Automatic and Robust Curved Text Lines Estimation -- Cluster-Based Patent Retrieval Using International Patent Classification System -- Word Error Correction of Continuous Speech Recognition Using WEB Documents for Spoken Document Indexing -- Extracting English-Korean Transliteration Pairs from Web Corpora -- Word Segmentation/Chunking/Abbreviation Expansion/Writing-System Issues -- From Phoneme to Morpheme: Another Verification Using a Corpus -- Chinese Abbreviation Identification Using Abbreviation-Template Features and Context Information -- Word Frequency Approximation for Chinese Using Raw, MM-Segmented and Manually Segmented Corpora -- Identification of Maximal-Length Noun Phrases Based on Expanded Chunks and Classified Punctuations in Chinese -- A Hybrid Approach to Chinese Abbreviation Expansion -- Category-Pattern-Based Korean Word-Spacing -- An Integrated Approach to Chinese Word Segmentation and Part-of-Speech Tagging -- Kansuke: A Kanji Look-Up System Based on a Few Stroke Prototypes -- Modelling the Orthographic Neighbourhood for Japanese Kanji -- Reconstructing the Correct Writing Sequence from a Set of Chinese Character Strokes -- Machine Translation II -- Expansion of Machine Translation Bilingual Dictionaries by Using Existing Dictionaries and Thesauruses -- Feature Rich Translation Model for Example-Based Machine Translation -- Dictionaries for English-Vietnamese Machine Translation -- Poster Session 2 -- Translation Selection Through Machine Learning with Language Resources -- Acquiring Translational Equivalence from a Japanese-Chinese Parallel Corpus -- Deep Processing of Korean Floating Quantifier Constructions -- Compilation of a Dictionary of Japanese Functional Expressions with Hierarchical Organization -- A System to Indicate Honorific Misuse in Spoken Japanese -- A Chinese Corpus with Word Sense Annotation -- Multilingual Machine Translation of Closed Captions for Digital Television with Dynamic Dictionary Adaptation -- Acquiring Concept Hierarchies of Adjectives from Corpora -- Pronunciation Similarity Estimation for Spoken Language Learning -- A Novel Method for Rapid Speaker Adaptation Using Reference Support Speaker Selection -- Using Latent Semantics for NE Translation -- Chinese Chunking with Tri-training Learning -- Binarization Approaches to Email Categorization -- Investigating Problems of Semi-supervised Learning for Word Sense Disambiguation -- Developing a Dialog System for New Idea Generation Support -- Parsing/Semantics/Lexical Resources -- The Incremental Use of Morphological Information and Lexicalization in Data-Driven Dependency Parsing -- Pattern Dictionary Development Based on Non-compositional Language Model for Japanese Compound and Complex Sentences -- A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Zero Anaphora Resolution in Chinese Texts -- Building a Collocation Net.
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computer Processing of Oriental Languages, ICCPOL 2006, held in Singapore in December 2006, colocated with ISCSLP 2006, the 5th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing. The 36 revised full papers and 20 revised short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 169 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on information retrieval, document classification, questions and answers, summarization, machine translation, word segmentation, chunking, abbreviation expansion, writing-system issues, parsing, semantics, and lexical resources.