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Shallow features as indicators of English–German contrasts in lexical cohesion

Kerstin Kunz, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski, José Manuel Martínez Martínez, Katrin Menzel, Erich Steiner
2017 Languages in Contrast: International Journal for Contrastive Linguistics  
Descriptive analyses of the corpus are then presented and statistically validated with the help of univariate and multivariate analyses.  ...  After an overview of research aims and motivations we formulate hypotheses on distributions of shallow features as indicators of lexical cohesion across languages and modes and with respect to register  ...  We avoided the distinction, at the syntactic level, between Complement and Adjunct.  ... 
doi:10.1075/lic.16005.kun fatcat:p7pa2crm6rgkrfmsdf7m5265ea

Answering questions about archived, annotated meetings

Marita Ailomaa
Suisse 2009 PAR Marita AILOMAA Our experimental results show that technically it is feasible to annotate meetings and implement a deep-linguistic NLU engine for questions about meetings, but in practice  ...  Users search with a breadth-first approach, asking questions in sequence instead of a single complex question.  ...  → λx.state(x) Λ borders (x, texas) Feature-based grammars (using a unification based paradigm) (Jurafsky and Martin, 2009 ) are a popular resource for this task, as they deal with both the syntactic and  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-4512 fatcat:3wsbfpgbpzajvehn3r25mdleeq

Cross-Modal Integration for Performance Improving in Multimedia: A Review [chapter]

Petros Maragos, Patrick Gros, Athanassios Katsamanis, George Papandreou
2008 Multimodal Processing and Interaction  
Our surrounding world is abundant with multimodal stimuli which emit multisensory information in the form of analog signals.  ...  In this chapter we review research on the theory and applications of several multimedia analysis approaches that improve robustness and performance through cross-modal integration.  ...  The goal is to achieve systematic meeting indexing and structuring that would facilitate meeting information retrieval and browsing and would significantly favor remote meetings.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-76316-3_1 fatcat:ymz4ilxvzfgutizs5dbcrszynm

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Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
Rautert and Prof. E. Wolff for a very helpful and constructive critique of an earlier version of this article. However, they obviously carry no responsibility for any part of it. Literature  ...  Studies show that users of a bilingualised dictionary have a low failure rate in word retrieval (Laufer and Hadar 1997: 192) .  ...  associated words: A query pattern represents a set of user queries with the same or similar intention, and thus is associated with an article as the answer.  ... 
doi:10.5788/17-0-1194 fatcat:kdt4k5l5ozc2pjq3els3sgemgu

Social Networks and the Semantic Web

Peter Mika
2015 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '15 Companion  
As this list shows, the conceptualization of tie strength is rather fuzzy.  ...  Standards such as the SPARQL protocol and query language allow to query such data sources remotely, without the need of adding them to the local knowledge base.  ...  CDT that day, with maximum sustained winds of 175 mph (280 km/h) and a minimum central pressure of 902 mbar.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2740908.2742138 dblp:conf/www/Mika15 fatcat:ptyntdmnjrc4tcayyytykwlaba

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Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
as Content Analysis, Information Retrieval, and Corpus Linguistics at large (Scott 2000: 51) .  ...  wide application: Retrieval effectiveness is usually described by the precision and recall that are associated with a retrieval operation.  ...  EDITORIAL POLICY Type and content of articles Articles may deal with pure lexicography or with the implications that related fields such as linguistics, general linguistics, computer science and management  ... 
doi:10.5788/12-0-781 fatcat:dfe3k6paizgh5ojwbqoswpnfiu

Knowledge mining over scientific literature and technical documentation

Fabio Rinaldi
to a query; (4) the adaptation of the system to another domain, and extension of the basic hypothesis to tasks other than question answering.  ...  such items, and their organization into a conceptual structure; (3) their usage within a domain restricted question answering system, in order to facilitate the correct identification of relevant answers  ...  A full linguistic (syntactic and semantic) analysis, complete with lexical alternations (synonyms and hyponyms) is performed.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-163850 fatcat:43diwugmbjhe3cgk44w22npsca

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Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
In Fuzzy SF, or Fuzzy Simultaneous Feedback, "log-file based Artificial Intelligence components enable the implicit retrieval of personalised user feedback with which the package customises each user's  ...  Fuzzy SF (De Schryver and Prinsloo 2001) .  ...  EDITORIAL POLICY Type and content of articles Articles may deal with pure lexicography or with the implications that related fields such as linguistics, general linguistics, computer science and management  ... 
doi:10.5788/13-0-749 fatcat:wzuuozw4cbapdpv7mvzfun3gdi

New challenges in the professional competence development of future specialists [article]

Gina Aurora Necula, Viktor Koval (Eds.)
2021 Zenodo  
Theoretical and applied problems of knowledge management and competitive advantage are investigated in the context of economics, education, culture, politics and law.  ...  The authors of individual chapters chose the point of view on the topic that they considered the most important and specific of their field of study.  ...  cultural dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5746560 fatcat:lb7hxeeynrg4pin623l2ncnedi

OASIcs, Volume 74, SLATE'19, Complete Volume [article]

Ricardo Rodrigues, Jan Janoušek, Luís Ferreira, Luísa Coheur, Fernando Batista, Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira
State-of-the-art speech recognition with sequence-to-sequence models. arXiv preprint, 2017. arXiv:1712.01769. R. Fernandes de Mello, M. Dais  ...  The difficulty of detecting if two sentences have equivalent meaning varies with the linguistic mechanisms employed in paraphrasing, since a target sentence may employ various lexical and/or syntactic  ...  There are countless models for retrieving relevant documents for a query and for ranking them. Yet, a traditional IR system does not interpret the meaning of the query.  ... 
doi:10.4230/oasics.slate.2019 fatcat:it3a3fn52bhrznke4mv6z7vrr4

Contextualized and personalized location-based services

Shijun Yu
The first definition is close to linguistics and dialogue studies, while the second one has a very generic scope and is close to the common-sense of 'context' in daily life.  ...  profiling, data profiling, syntactic alignment, and query matching.  ...  Familiar with Conceptual modeling, ER and UML. Publications Personal Profile Languages: Chinese (native), English (fluent), French (fair).  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-3896 fatcat:7f6gfucmvzcspktyfvgfqwpps4

Humour-in-the-loop: Improvised Theatre with Interactive Machine Learning Systems

Kory W. Mathewson
First, I present background underlying the art of improvisation and the scientific fields of interactive machine learning and dialogue generation.  ...  The second contribution, dAIrector, synthesizes a plot graph with contextual information to generate contextual plot points and serve as director.  ...  Projection was a first step with Pyggy, and we have experimented with incorporating images retrieved based on queries related to topics from the scene [352] .  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-dn4w-bw61 fatcat:tiursdpnwrcoppl4fxsbj7dx24

The translation of metaphors in popular science from English into Arabic in the domain of astronomy and astrophysics

Khadidja Merakchi
, not necessarily shared with the new targetculture audience, potentially endangering cross-linguistic communication of the scientific content.  ...  This thesis aims to investigate metaphors in American popular science articles dealing with astronomy and astrophysics published in Scientific American and their Arabic translations published in Majallat-Al-Oloom  ...  phenomena described take place in remote places in space and only imagination can give shape to the fuzzy images captured by telescopes and probes.  ... 
doi:10.15126/thesis.00848802 fatcat:23lxnimb4zhdvi25xzt622s42i

\/)/^<i CJ^ji^^-^n^ A Safe and EfRcient Agent Architecture

Woo Cheon, Soe-Tsyr Yuan
1997 Informatica   unpublished
This framework combines the culture support in the domain ontology and the decomposition and causality of partial-order planning.  ...  How can an agent maintain its safety enforcement with incomplete Information in a computation tractable manner? This paper presents an agent architecture which can be used to solve the above problem.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors are grateful to the editor and three anonymous referees for their constructive and helpful comments. Keqin  ... 

Special Issue: E-Service Intelligence

Anton Železnikar, Matjaž Gams, Jožef Stefan, Drago Torkar, Jožef Stefan, Editorial Board, Juan Carlos, Augusto, Argentina, Costin Badica, Romania, Vladimir Batagelj (+19 others)
2010 unpublished
) intelligence in elearning; and (iii) Earth observation and collaborative information processing e-services.  ...  The following three papers show how explicit modeling and evaluation of trust, reputation, and expertise can increase credibility of e-services.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Slovenian Research Agency and the IST Programme of the EC under NeOn (IST-4-027595-IP) and ACTIVE (IST-2008-215040).  ... 
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