LREC 2000 2nd International Conference on Language Resources & Evaluation

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Author Paper Title Paper
Kačič ZdravkoA Computational Platform for Development of Morphologic and Phonetic Lexica175
Design of Optimal Slovenian Speech Corpus for Use in the Concatenative Speech Synthesis System177
Issues in Design and Collection of Large Telephone Speech Corpus for Slovenian Language246
The COST 249 SpeechDat Multilingual Reference Recogniser274
Kaiser JanezPLEDIT - A New Efficient Tool for Management of Multilingual Pronunciation Lexica and Batchlists53
Kamm CandaceDeveloping and Testing General Models of Spoken Dialogue System Peformance349
Kang Byung-JuAutomatic Transliteration and Back-transliteration by Decision Tree Learning227
Kashioka HidekiAutomatically Expansion of Thesaurus Entries with a Different Thesaurus142
Katsoyannou MariannaTerminology Encoding in View of Multifunctional NLP Resources275
Kavallieratou E.GRUHD: A Greek database of Unconstrained Handwriting289
Kawahara TatsuyaIPA Japanese Dictation Free Software Project261
Kazuhiro KimuraAbstraction of the EDR Concept Classification and its Effectiveness in Word Sense Disambiguation75
Kibble RodgerCoreference Annotation: Whither?100
Enabling Resource Sharing in Language Generation: an Abstract Reference Architecture244
Kilgarriff AdamEnglish Senseval: Report and Results8
What's in a Thesaurus?180
The Concede Model for Lexical Databases335
Kim ByeongchangPOSCAT: A Morpheme-based Speech Corpus Annotation Tool224
Kim Jong-miDesign Methodology for Bilingual Pronunciation Dictionary269
King MargaretMethods and Metrics for the Evaluation of Dictation Systems: a Case Study56
Kinoshita JorgeGrammarless Bracketing in an Aligned Bilingual Corpus164
Kinyon AlexandraBuilding a Treebank for French230
Klavans Judith L.Evaluation of Computational Linguistic Techniques for Identifying Significant Topics for Browsing Applications355
Klímová JanaDerivation in the Czech National Corpus153
Application of WordNet ILR in Czech Word-formation223
Kluck MichaelThe Evaluation of Systems for Cross-language Information Retrieval70
Kobayashi TetsunoriIPA Japanese Dictation Free Software Project261
Kocek JanDerivation in the Czech National Corpus153
Koiso HanaeSpontaneous Speech Corpus of Japanese262
Kokkinakis DimitriosAnnotating, Disambiguating & Automatically Extending the Coverage of the Swedish SIMPLE Lexicon84
Kokkinakis GeorgeGRUHD: A Greek database of Unconstrained Handwriting289
Automatic Extraction of Semantic Similarity of Words from Raw Technical Texts302
A Graphical Parametric Language-Independent Tool for the Annotation of Speech Corpora314
König DierkTerms Specification and Extraction within a Linguistic-based Intranet Service17
Kontos JohnARISTA Generative Lexicon for Compound Greek Medical Terms360
Koutsogeorgos E.GRUHD: A Greek database of Unconstrained Handwriting289
Kovarik JohnDeveloping Guidelines and Ensuring Consistency for Chinese Text Annotation287
Koyama YasuoCollocations as Word Co-ocurrence Restriction Data - An Application to Japanese Word Processor -2
Krahmer EmielOn the Use of Prosody for On-line Evaluation of Spoken Dialogue Systems43
Kremer PatrickTextual Information Retrieval Systems Test: The Point of View of an Organizer and Corpuses Provider109
Krenn BrigitteCDB - A Database of Lexical Collocations189
Krishnamurthy RameshAn Open Architecture for the Construction and Administration of Corpora176
Kroch TonyDeveloping Guidelines and Ensuring Consistency for Chinese Text Annotation287
Kruijff Geert-JanResources for Multilingual Text Generation in Three Slavic Languages241
Kruijff-Korbayová IvannaResources for Multilingual Text Generation in Three Slavic Languages241
Küntay AylinTurkish Electronic Living Lexicon (TELL): A Lexical Database86
Kunze ClaudiaExtension and Use of GermaNet, a Lexical-Semantic Database369
Kunzmann SiegfriedSPEECON - Speech Data for Consumer Devices63
Kupść AnnaAn HPSG-Annotated Test Suite for Polish272
Kurohashi SadaoA Parallel English-Japanese Query Collection for the Evaluation of On-Line Help Systems248