You are here

NLP Library

Found 13 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
Filters: First Letter Of Title is N  [Clear All Filters]
Kettunen K, Ruokolainen T.  2017.  Names, Right or Wrong: Named Entities in an OCRed Historical Finnish Newspaper Collection. 2nd International Conference on Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage.
Štajner S, Mitkov R, Leech G.  2014.  Natural Language Processing methodology for tracking diachronic changes in the 20th century English language. Journal of Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science. 1(1)
Bański P, Fischer PM, Frick E, Ketzan E, Kupietz M, Schnober C, Schonefeld O, Witt A.  2012.  The New IDS Corpus Analysis Platform: Challenges and Prospects. The eighth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC).
Song Y-I, Han K-S, Kim S-B, Park S-Y, Rim H-C.  2008.  A novel retrieval approach reflecting variability of syntactic phrase representation. Journal of Intelligent Information Systems. 31(3):265-286.
Sanchez-Graillet O, Poesio M.  2007.  Negation of protein–protein interactions: analysis and extraction. Bioinformatics. 23(13):i424-i432.
Orăsan C, Evans R.  2007.  NP Animacy Identification for Anaphora Resolution. Journal Of Artificial Intelligence Research. 29:79-103.
Schneider JW.  2005.  Naming clusters in visualization studies: Parsing and filtering of noun phrases from citation contexts..
Ayan N F, Dorr BJ, Monz C.  2005.  NeurAlign: combining word alignments using neural networks. Conference on Human Language Technology and Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. :65–72.
Dura E.  2003.  Natural language in information retrieval. Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Computational linguistics and intelligent text processing. :537–540.
Mitkov R, Evans R, Orăsan C.  2002.  A New, Fully Automatic Version of Mitkov’s Knowledge-Poor Pronoun Resolution Method. Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing. 2276:168-186.
Tapanainen P, Järvinen T.  1997.  A Non-Projective Dependency Parser. 5th Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing. :64–71.