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  • Effective Utterance Classification with Unsupervised Phonotactic Models
    Hiyan Alshawi (AT&T Labs)

  • Japanese Named Entity Extraction with Redundant Morphological Analysis
    Masayuki Asahara (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan), Yuji Matsumoto (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)

  • Learning to Paraphrase: An Unsupervised Approach using Multiple-Sequence Alignment
    Regina Barzilay (Cornell University, Columbia University), Lillian Lee (Cornell University)

  • In Question Answering, Two Heads are Better Than One
    Jennifer Chu-Carroll (IBM T.J.Watson Research Center), Krzysztof Czuba (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), John Prager (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), Abraham Ittycheriah (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)

  • Automatic Acquisition of Names Using Speak and Spell Mode in Spoken Dialogue Systems
    Grace Chung (Corporation for National Research Initiatives), Stephanie Seneff (MIT), Chao Wang (MIT)

  • Minimally Supervised Induction of Grammatical Gender
    Silviu Cucerzan (Johns Hopkins University), David Yarowsky (Johns Hopkins University)

  • An Analysis of Clarification Dialogue for Question Answering
    Marco De Boni (University of York), Suresh Manandhar (University of York)

  • Simpler and More General Minimization for Weighted Finite-State Machines
    Jason Eisner (Johns Hopkins University)

  • Greedy Decoding for Statistical Machine Translation in Almost Linear Time
    Ulrich Germann (USC Information Sciences Institute)

  • Semantic Coherence Scoring Using an Ontology
    Iryna Gurevych (European Media Laboratory), Robert Porzel (European Media Laboratory), Hans-Peter Zorn (European Media Laboratory), Rainer Malaka (European Media Laboratory)

  • A Categorial Variation Database for English
    Nizar Habash (U of Maryland, College Park), Bonnie Dorr (U of Maryland, College Park)

  • Inducing History Representations for Broad Coverage Statistical Parsing
    James Henderson (University of Geneva)

  • Example Selection for Bootstrapping Statistical Parsers
    Rebecca Hwa (University of Maryland, College Park), Stephen Clark (University of Edinburgh), Miles Osborne (University of Edinburgh), Anoop Sarkar (Simon Fraser University), Mark Steedman (University of Edinburgh), Julia Hockenmaier (University of Edinburgh), Paul Ruhlen (Johns Hopkins University), Steven Baker (Cornell University), Jeremiah Crim (John Hopkins University)

  • Word Sense Acquisition from Comparable Bilingual Corpora
    Hiroyuki Kaji (Hitachi, Ltd.)

  • Latent Semantic Information in Maximum Entropy Language Models for Conversational Speech Recognition
    Sanjeev Khudanpur (Johns Hopkins University), Yonggang Deng (Johns Hopkins University)

  • A* Parsing: Fast Exact Viterbi Parse Selection
    Dan Klein (Stanford University) , Christopher D. Manning (Stanford University)

  • Statistical Phrase-Based Translation
    Philipp Koehn (Information Sciences Insitute ), Franz Josef Och (Information Sciences Insitute), Daniel Marcu (Information Sciences Insitute)

  • A Generative Probabilistic OCR Model for NLP Applications
    Okan Kolak (U of Maryland at College Park) , William Byrne (Johns Hopkins University), Philip Resnik (U of Maryland at College Park)

  • A Weighted Finite State Transducer Implementation of the Alignment Template Model for Statistical Machine Translation
    Shankar Kumar (Johns Hopkins University), William Byrne (Johns Hopkins University)

  • Automatic Evaluation of Summaries Using N-gram Co-Occurrence Statistics
    Chin-Yew Lin (Information Sciences Institute) , Eduard Hovy (Information Sciences Institute)

  • Feature-Rich Part-of-Speech Tagging with a Cyclic Dependency Network
    Christopher Manning (Stanford University), Kristina Toutanova (Stanford University), Dan Klein (Stanford University), Yoram Singer (The Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

  • Multitext Grammars and their Parsers
    Dan Melamed (New York University)

  • COGEX: A Logic Prover for Question Answering
    Dan Moldovan (Language Computer Corporation), Christine Clark (Language Computer Corporation), Sanda Harabagiu (Language Computer Corporation) Steve Maiorano (ATP)

  • Learning Semantic Constraints for the Automatic Discovery of Part-Whole Relations
    Roxana Girju, (Baylor University, Tx.), Dan Moldovan (University of Texas at Dallas), Adriana Badulescu, (University of Texas at Dallas, Tx.)

  • Weakly Supervised Natural Language Learning Without Redundant Views
    Vincent Ng (Cornell University), Claire Cardie (Cornell University)

  • Syntax-based Alignment of Multiple Translations: Extracting Paraphrases and Generating New Sentences
    Bo Pang (Computer Science, Cornell University), Daniel Marcu (Information Science Institute), Kevin Knight (Information Science Institute)

  • Language and Task Independent Text Categorization with Simple Language Models
    Fuchun Peng (University of Waterloo), Dale Schuurmans (University of Waterloo), Shaojun Wang (University of Waterloo)

  • Statistical Sentence Condensation using Ambiguity Packing and Stochastic Disambiguation Methods for Lexical-Functional Grammar, Stefan Riezler (Palo Alto Research Center), Tracy Holloway King (Palo Alto Research Center), Richard Crouch (Palo Alto Research Center), Annie Zaenen (Palo Alto Research Center)

  • Supervised and unsupervised PCFG adaptation to novel domains
    Brian Roark (AT&T Labs), Michiel Bacchiani (AT&T Labs)

  • Shallow Parsing with Conditional Random Fields
    Fei Sha (University of Pennsylvania), Fernando Pereira (University of Pennsylvania)

  • Comma Restoration Using Constituency Information
    Stuart Shieber (Harvard University), Xiaopeng Tao (Harvard University)

  • Sentence Level Discourse Parsing using Syntactic and Lexical Information
    Radu Soricut (Information Sciences Institute), Daniel Marcu (Information Sciences Institute)

  • Frequency Estimates for Statistical Word Similarity Measures
    Egidio Terra (University of Waterloo, Pontifícia Universidade Católica Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil), Charles L.A. Clarke (University of Waterloo)

  • Evaluating the Evaluation: A Case Study Using TREC 2002 QA
    Ellen Voorhees (NIST)

  • Toward a Task-based Gold Standard Evaluation of NP chunks and Technical Terms
    Nina Wacholder (Rutgers University), Peng Song (Rutgers University)

  • Unsupervised methods for developing taxonomies by combining syntactic and statistical information
    Dominic Widdows (Stanford University)

  • A Web-Trained Extraction Summarization System
    Liang Zhou (Information Sciences Institute), Eduard Hovy (Information Science Institute)