International Conference
CICLing-2000

Conference on Intelligent Text Processing
and Computational Linguistics

Proceedings

 

Alexander Gelbukh (Ed.)

 

2000

 


Table of Contents

Preface............................................................................................. 1

1          Computational Linguistics

1.1        Computational Linguistic Theories

1.1.1   Meaning Û Text Theory and Functional Formalisms

Invited talk:

Igor A. Mel’čuk, Canada.
Semantics and the Lexicon in Modern Linguistics............................................ 6

Invited talk:

Richard Kittredge, USA, Canada.
Interlingual Modelling: An Applications Perspective....................................... 19

Jasmina Milicevic, Canada.
Communicative Structure of Sentences as a Means of Controlling the Generation of Paraphrases           30

Valery D. Solovyev, Russia.
Improving Semantic Component of the Meaning Û Text Model..................... 49

Igor Bolshakov, Alexander Gelbukh, Grigori Sidorov, Mexico.
On Subject-Predicate Agreement in Spanish................................................. 59

Leo Ferres, Canada.
Thematic Proto-Roles and Argument-Predicate Interaction............................ 68

Serge Sharoff, Russia.
Application of Object-Oriented Approach to Linguistic Modeling.................... 88

1.1.2   HPSG and Unification-Based Formalisms

Tony Badia, Roser Saurí, Spain.
Enlarging HPSG with Lexical Semantics..................................................... 101

Natalia Brines, England.
The Spanish Impersonal Construction: A Lexical Rule-Free Analysis of the Cliticalization Process          123

Karine Megerdoomian, USA.
Unification-Based Persian Morphology....................................................... 135

M. Vilares Ferro, D. Cabrero Souto, and M.A. Alonso Pardo, Spain.
On Non-Termination in DCGs.................................................................... 150

Julio Sergio Santana, Nora la Serna, and Luis Pineda, Mexico.
Towards a Computational Grammar of Spanish........................................... 166

1.2        Lexicon

Carlos Rodríguez Penagos, Spain.
Extraction of Knowledge about Terms from Indications of Metalinguistic Activity in Texts          167

Patrick J. Cassidy, USA.
An Investigation of the Semantic Relations in the Roget’s Thesaurus: Preliminary Results           181

1.3        Parsing and Disambiguation

Ted Pedersen, USA.
An Ensemble Approach to Corpus-Based Word Sense Disambiguation......... 205

Remko Bonnema, Paul Buying, Remko Scha, Holland.
Parse Tree Probability in Data Oriented Parsing.......................................... 219

Olga Nevzorova, Russia.
Context-Dependent Mechanisms for Recognition of Semantic Role of a Word in the Sentence    233

M. A. Ibarra Rivera, Aurelio López López, J. Favela Vara, Mexico.
Sentence Disambiguation Using a Restricted Spanish Lexicon Extracted from WordNet 244

M. Vilares Ferro, D. Cabrero Souto, and F.J. Ribadas Pena, Spain.
On Integration of Parsing and Tree Matching Schemes................................ 257

1.4        Semantics and Pragmatics

Invited talk:

Graeme Hirst, Canada.
Context as a Spurious Concept................................................................... 273

Roussanka Loukanova, Bulgaria / USA.
Nominal Scope in Situation Semantics......................................................... 288

Gregers Koch, Denmark.
A method for Making Computational Sense of Situation Semantics............... 308

Gregers Koch, Denmark.
Some perspectives on Induction in Discourse Representation....................... 318

Luis Villaseñor, Antonio Massé, and Luis Pineda, Mexico.
Towards a Multimodal Dialogue Coding Scheme......................................... 328

Jordi Atserias, Irene Castellón, Montse Civit, German Rigau, Spain.
Semantic Analysis Based on Verbal Subcategorization................................. 330

1.5        Phonology

Esmeralda Uraga, Enrique Sucar, and Luis Pineda, Mexico.
A set of phonological rules for Mexican Spanish.......................................... 341

2          Intelligent Text Processing

2.1        Text Summarization

Everardo García Menier, Mexico.
On Automatic Text Summarization: Some Ideas and an Illustration............... 344

2.2        Document Categorization and Clustering

Gerardo Sierra, John McNaught, Mexico, England.
Analogy-Based Method for Semantic Clustering.......................................... 358

M. Alexandrov, A. Gelbukh, P. Makagonov, Mexico, Russia.
On Metrics for Keyword-Based Document Selection and Classification........ 373

M. Alexandrov, A. Gelbukh, P. Makagonov, Mexico, Russia.
Some Keyword-Based Characteristics for Evaluation of Thematic Structure of Multidisciplinary Documents       390

2.3        Information Retrieval

Carmen López-Rincón, Jaime Sarabia Álvarez-Ude, Spain.
Semi-structured Documents Reengineering................................................. 402

Emmanuel Giguet, Nadine Lucas, and Grégoire Cousin, France.
Document Structure Identification as a means for Relevant Indexation......... 415

Author Index........................................................................... 429