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O. Cetinoglu, J.Foster, J. Nivre, D. Hogan, A. Cahill and J. van Genabith. LFG Without C-Structures. In Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories., Tartu, Estonia.PDF
M. Attia, A. Toral, L. Tounsi, P. Pecina and J. van Genabith. Automatic Extraction of Arabic Multiword Expressions. In Proceedings of the COLING 2010 Workshop on Multiword Expressions: From Theory to Applications (MWE 2010), Beijing, China.To Appear
M. Attia, A. Toral, L. Tounsi, M. Monachini and J. van Genabith. An automatically built Named Entity lexicon for Arabic. In Proceedings of the International conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010), Malta.PDF
A. Bryl and J. van Genabith. Two Approaches to Automatic Matching of Atomic Grammatical Features in LFG. In Proceedings of the Lexical Functional Grammar conference, Ottowa, Canada.To Appear
A. Bryl and J. van Genabith. f-align: An Open-Source Alignment Tool for LFG f-Structures. In Proceedings of AMTA , Denver, Colorado.To Appear
A. Hautli, O. Cetinoglu and J. van Genabith. Closing the Gap Between Stochastic and Hand-crafted LFG Grammars. Proceedings of the Lexical Functional Grammar conference, Ottowa, Canada.To Appear
Y.Graham. Sulis: An Open Source Transfer Decoder for Deep Syntactic Statistical Machine Translation. In The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics, Special Issue: Open Source Tools for Machine Translation.PDF
Y.Graham and J. van Genabith. Deep Syntax Language Models and Statistical Machine Translation. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Syntax and Structure in Statistical Translation, COLING, Beijing, China.To Appear
Y.Graham and J. van Genabith. Factor Templates for Factored Machine Translation Models. In Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation, Sendai, Japan.To Appear
D. Seddah, G. Chrupala, O. Cetinoglu, J. van Genabith and M. Candito. Lemmatization and Lexicalized Statistical Parsing of Morphologically-Rich Languages: The Case of French. In Proceedings of First Workshop on Statistical Parsing of Morphologically Rich Languages HLT-NAACL, Los Angeles, CA.PDF
L. Tounsi and J. van Genabith. Arabic Parsing Using Grammar Transforms. In Proceedings of the International conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010), Malta.PDF
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