ACL-HLT 2011: List of Accepted Short Papers

  今天ACL-HLT 2011官方网站上已经给出了今年的short paper的录用情况,以下转载自ACL-HLT 2011的官方网站上的“List of Accepted Papers”。

A CLUSTERING APPROACH TO ENHANCE COMPARABLE CORPORA FOR BILINGUAL
LEXICON EXTRACTION
Bo Li, Eric Gaussier and Akiko Aizawa

A HIERARCHICAL MODEL OF WEB SUMMARIES
Yves Petinot, Kathleen McKeown and Kapil Thadani

A PROBABILISTIC MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR LEXICAL ENTAILMENT
Eyal Shnarch, Jacob Goldberger and Ido Dagan

A SCALABLE PROBABILISTIC CLASSIFIER FOR LANGUAGE MODELING
Joel Lang

A SEMANTIC FRAMEWORK FOR TRANSLATION QUALITY ASSESSMENT
Rafael E. Banchs and Haizhou Li

AN EMPIRICAL EVALUATION OF DATA-DRIVEN PARAPHRASE GENERATION TECHNIQUES
Donald Metzler, Eduard Hovy and Chunliang Zheng

AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF DISCOUNTING IN CROSS-DOMAIN LANGUAGE
MODELS
Greg Durrett and Dan Klein

AN ENSEMBLE MODEL THAT COMBINES SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC CLUSTERING FOR
DISCRIMINATIVE DEPENDENCY PARSING
Gholamreza Haffari, Marzieh Razavi and Anoop Sarkar

AUTOMATIC ASSESSMENT OF COVERAGE QUALITY IN INTELLIGENCE REPORTS
Samuel Brody and Paul Kantor

AUTOMATIC DETECTION AND CORRECTION OF ERRORS IN DEPENDENCY TREEBANKS
Alexander Volokh and Gnter Neumann

AUTOMATIC EVALUATION OF CHINESE TRANSLATION OUTPUT: WORD-LEVEL OR
CHARACTER-LEVEL?
Maoxi Li, Chengqing Zong and Hwee Tou Ng

AUTOMATIC EXTRACTION OF LEXICO-SYNTACTIC PATTERNS FOR DETECTION OF
NEGATION AND SPECULATION SCOPES
Emilia Apostolova, Noriko Tomuro and Dina Demner-Fushman

AUTOMATICALLY PREDICTING PEER-REVIEW HELPFULNESS
Wenting Xiong and Diane J. Litman

BAYESIAN WORD ALIGNMENT FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION
Coskun Mermer and Murat Saraclar

BETTER AUTOMATIC TREEBANK CONVERSION USING A FEATURE-BASED APPROACH
Muhua Zhu and Jingbo Zhu

BETTER HYPOTHESIS TESTING FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION:
CONTROLLING FOR OPTIMIZER INSTABILITY
Jonathan Clark, Chris Dyer, Alon Lavie and Noah Smith

BUILDING A CORPUS OF SCOPE-DISAMBIGUATED ENGLISH TEXT
Mehdi Manshadi, James Allen and Mary Swift

CAN DOCUMENT SELECTION HELP SEMI-SUPERVISED LEARNING? A CASE STUDY ON
EVENT EXTRACTION
Shasha Liao and Ralph Grishman

CHINESE SENTENCE SEGMENTATION AS COMMA CLASSIFICATION
Nianwen Xue and Yaqin Yang

CLAUSE RESTRUCTURING FOR SMT NOT ABSOLUTELY HELPFUL
Susan Howlett and Mark Dras

COMPARATIVE NEWS SUMMARIZATION USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING
Xiaojiang Huang and Xiaojun Wan

CONFIDENCE-WEIGHTED LEARNING OF FACTORED DISCRIMINATIVE LANGUAGE MODELS
Viet Ha Thuc and Nicola Cancedda

CONTRASTING MULTI-LINGUAL PROSODIC CUES TO PREDICT VERBAL FEEDBACK FOR
RAPPORT
Siwei Wang and Gina-Anne Levow

COREFERENCE FOR LEARNING TO EXTRACT RELATIONS: YES VIRGINIA,
COREFERENCE MATTERS
Ryan Gabbard, Marjorie Freedman and Ralph Weischedel

CORPUS EXPANSION FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION WITH SEMANTICAL
ROLE LABEL SUBSTITUTION RULES
Qin Gao and Stephan Vogel

DATA POINT SELECTION FOR CROSS-LANGUAGE ADAPTATION OF DEPENDENCY
PARSERS
Anders Sgaard

DATA-ORIENTED MONOLOGUE-TO-DIALOGUE GENERATION
Paul Piwek and Svetlana Stoyanchev

DEALING WITH SPURIOUS AMBIGUITY IN LEARNING ITG-BASED WORD ALIGNMENT
Shujian Huang, Stephan Vogel and Jiajun Chen

DETECTION OF AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT IN BROADCAST CONVERSATIONS
Wen Wang, Sibel Yaman, Kristin Precoda, Colleen Richey and Geoffrey
Raymond

DISCRETE VS. CONTINUOUS RATING SCALES FOR LANGUAGE EVALUATION IN NLP
Anja Belz and Eric Kow

DISCRIMINATIVE FEATURE-TIED MIXTURE MODELING FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE
TRANSLATION
Bing Xiang and Abraham Ittycheriah

DOES SIZE MATTER HOW MUCH DATA IS REQUIRED TO TRAIN A REG
ALGORITHM?
Marit Theune, Ruud Koolen, Emiel Krahmer and Sander Wubben

DOMAIN ADAPTATION FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION BY MINING UNSEEN WORDS
Hal Daume III and Jagadeesh Jagarlamudi

EFFICIENT ONLINE LOCALITY SENSITIVE HASHING VIA RESERVOIR COUNTING
Benjamin Van Durme and Ashwin Lall

END-TO-END RELATION EXTRACTION USING DISTANT SUPERVISION FROM EXTERNAL
SEMANTIC REPOSITORIES
Thi Truc Vien Nguyen, Alessandro Moschitti and Giuseppe Riccardi

ENTITY SET EXPANSION USING TOPIC INFORMATION
Kugatsu Sadamitsu, Kuniko Saito, Kenji Imamura and Genichiro Kikui

ENTRAINMENT IN SPEECH PRECEDING BACKCHANNELS.
Rivka Levitan, Agustin Gravano and Julia Hirschberg

EVEN THE ABSTRACT HAVE COLOR: DETERMINING CONCEPT–COLOR ASSOCIATIONS
Saif Mohammad

EXTENDING THE ENTITY GRID WITH ENTITY-SPECIFIC FEATURES
Micha Elsner and Eugene Charniak

EXTRACTING OPINION EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR POLARITIES EXPLORATION OF
PIPELINES AND JOINT MODELS
Richard Johansson and Alessandro Moschitti

FRENCH TIMEBANK: AN ISO-TIMEML ANNOTATED REFERENCE CORPUS
Andr Bittar, Pascal Amsili, Pascal Denis and Laurence Danlos

FROM BILINGUAL DICTIONARIES TO INTERLINGUAL DOCUMENT REPRESENTATIONS
Jagadeesh Jagarlamudi, Hal Daume III and Raghavendra Udupa

FULLY UNSUPERVISED WORD SEGMENTATION WITH BVE AND MDL
Daniel Hewlett and Paul Cohen

GENDER ATTRIBUTION: TRACING STYLOMETRIC EVIDENCE BEYOND TOPIC AND GENRE
Ruchita Sarawgi, Kailash Gajulapalli and Yejin Choi

GENERALIZED INTERPOLATION IN DECISION TREE LM
Denis Filimonov and Mary Harper

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF TRANSITION-BASED DEPENDENCY PARSING
Jinho Choi and Martha Palmer

GOOD SEED MAKES A GOOD CROP: ACCELERATING ACTIVE LEARNING USING
LANGUAGE MODELING
Dmitriy Dligach and Martha Palmer

HIERARCHICAL REINFORCEMENT LEARNING AND HIDDEN MARKOV MODELS FOR
TASK-ORIENTED NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION
Nina Dethlefs and Heriberto Cuayhuitl

HIERARCHICAL TEXT CLASSIFICATION WITH LATENT CONCEPTS
Xipeng Qiu and Xuanjing Huang

HOW MUCH CAN WE GAIN FROM SUPERVISED WORD ALIGNMENT?
Jinxi Xu and Jinying Chen

IDENTIFICATION OF DOMAIN-SPECIFIC SENSES IN A MACHINE-READABLE
DICTIONARY
Fumiyo Fukumoto and Yoshimi Suzuki

IDENTIFYING NOUN PRODUCT FEATURES THAT IMPLY OPINIONS
Lei Zhang and Bing Liu

IDENTIFYING THE SEMANTIC ORIENTATION OF FOREIGN WORDS
Ahmed Hassan, Amjad AbuJbara, Rahul Jha and Dragomir Radev

IDENTIFYING WORD TRANSLATIONS FROM COMPARABLE CORPORA USING LATENT
TOPIC MODELS
Ivan Vulic’, Wim De Smet and Marie-Francine Moens

IMPROVED MODELING OF OUT-OF-VOCABULARY WORDS USING MORPHOLOGICAL
CLASSES
Thomas Mller and Hinrich Schtze

IMPROVING CLASSIFICATION OF MEDICAL ASSERTIONS IN CLINICAL NOTES
Youngjun Kim, Ellen Riloff and Stphane Meystre

IMPROVING DECODING GENERALIZATION FOR TREE-TO-STRING TRANSLATION
Jingbo Zhu and Tong Xiao

IMPROVING DEPENDENCY PARSING WITH SEMANTIC CLASSES
Eneko Agirre, Kepa Bengoetxea, Koldo Gojenola and Joakim Nivre

IMPROVING ON-LINE HANDWRITTEN RECOGNITION USING TRANSLATION MODELS IN
MULTIMODAL INTERACTIVE MACHINE TRANSLATION
Vicent Alabau, Alberto Sanchis and Francisco Casacuberta

INDENTIFYING SARCASM IN TWITTER: A CLOSER LOOK
Roberto Gonzlez-Ibez, Smaranda Muresan and Nina Wacholder

INSERTION OPERATOR FOR BAYESIAN TREE SUBSTITUTION GRAMMARS
Hiroyuki Shindo, Akinori Fujino and Masaaki Nagata

INSERTION, DELETION, OR SUBSTITUTION? NORMALIZING TEXT MESSAGES WITHOUT
PRE-CATEGORIZATION NOR SUPERVISION
Fei Liu, Fuliang Weng and Yang Liu

INTERACTIVE GROUP SUGGESTING FOR TWITTER
Zhonghua Qu and Yang Liu

IS MACHINE TRANSLATION RIPE FOR CROSS-LINGUAL SENTIMENT CLASSIFICATION?
Kevin Duh and Akinori Fujino

ISSUES CONCERNING DECODING WITH SYNCHRONOUS CONTEXT-FREE GRAMMAR
Tagyoung Chung, Licheng Fang and Daniel Gildea

JOINT HEBREW SEGMENTATION AND PARSING USING A PCFGLA LATTICE PARSER
Yoav Goldberg and Michael Elhadad

JOINT IDENTIFICATION AND SEGMENTATION OF DOMAIN-SPECIFIC DIALOGUE ACTS
FOR CONVERSATIONAL DIALOGUE SYSTEMS
Fabrizio Morbini and Kenji Sagae

JOINT TRAINING OF DEPENDENCY PARSING FILTERS THROUGH LATENT SUPPORT
VECTOR MACHINES
Colin Cherry and Shane Bergsma

JUDGING GRAMMATICALITY WITH FEATURES FROM TREE SUBSTITUTION GRAMMAR
DERIVATIONS
Matt Post

LANGUAGE OF VANDALISM: IMPROVING WIKIPEDIA VANDALISM DETECTION VIA
STYLOMETRIC ANALYSIS
Manoj Harpalani, Sandesh Singh, Michael Hart, Rob Johnson and Yejin
Choi

LANGUAGE USE: WHAT CAN IT TELL US?
Marjorie Freedman, Alex Baron, Vasin Punyakanok and Ralph Weischedel

LANGUAGE-INDEPENDENT PARSING WITH EMPTY ELEMENTS
Shu Cai, David Chiang and Yoav Goldberg

LATENT CLASS TRANSLITERATION BASED ON SOURCE LANGUAGE ORIGIN
Masato Hagiwara and Satoshi Sekine

LEARNING CONDENSED FEATURE REPRESENTATIONS FROM LARGE UNSUPERVISED DATA
SETS FOR SUPERVISED LEARNING
Jun Suzuki, Hideki Isozaki and Masaaki Nagata

LEXICOGRAPHIC SEMIRINGS FOR EXACT AUTOMATA ENCODING OF SEQUENCE MODELS
Brian Roark, Richard Sproat and Izhak Shafran

LIARS AND SAVIORS IN A SENTIMENT ANNOTATED CORPUS OF COMMENTS TO
POLITICAL DEBATES
Paula Carvalho, Lus Sarmento, Jorge Teixeira and Mrio J. Silva

LOST IN TRANSLATION: AUTHORSHIP ATTRIBUTION USING FRAME SEMANTICS
Steffen Hedegaard and Jakob Grue Simonsen

MODEL-PORTABILITY EXPERIMENTS FOR TEXTUAL TEMPORAL ANALYSIS
Oleksandr Kolomiyets, Steven Bethard and Marie-Francine Moens

MODELING MORPHO-SYNTACTIC AGREEMENT IN ARABIC: GENDER, NUMBER AND
RATIONALITY
Sarah Alkuhlani and Nizar Habash

MODELING WISDOM OF CROWDS USING LATENT MIXTURE OF DISCRIMINATIVE
EXPERTS
Derya Ozkan

MODELS AND TRAINING FOR UNSUPERVISED PREPOSITION SENSE DISAMBIGUATION
Dirk Hovy, Ashish Vaswani, Stephen Tratz, David Chiang and Eduard Hovy

MONOLINGUAL ALIGNMENT BY EDIT RATE COMPUTATION ON SENTENTIAL PARAPHRASE
PAIRS
Houda Bouamor, Aurlien Max and Anne Vilnat

NONPARAMETRIC BAYESIAN MACHINE TRANSLITERATION WITH SYNCHRONOUS ADAPTOR
GRAMMARS
Yun Huang, Min Zhang and Chew Lim Tan

NULEX: AN OPEN-LICENSE BROAD COVERAGE LEXICON
Clifton McFate and Kenneth Forbus

ON-LINE LANGUAGE MODEL BIASING FOR STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION
Sankaranarayanan Ananthakrishnan, Rohit Prasad and Prem Natarajan

OPTIMAL AND SYNTACTICALLY-INFORMED DECODING FOR MONOLINGUAL
PHRASE-BASED ALIGNMENT
Kapil Thadani and Kathleen McKeown

PARASENSE OR HOW TO USE PARALLEL CORPORA FOR WORD SENSE DISAMBIGUATION
Els Lefever, Veronique Hoste and Martine De Cock

PART-OF-SPEECH TAGGING FOR TWITTER: ANNOTATION, FEATURES, AND
EXPERIMENTS
Kevin Gimpel, Nathan Schneider, Brendan O’Connor, Dipanjan Das, Daniel
Mills, Jacob Eisenstein, Michael Heilman, Dani Yogatama, Jeffrey
Flanigan and Noah A. Smith

POINTWISE PREDICTION FOR ROBUST, ADAPTABLE JAPANESE MORPHOLOGICAL
ANALYSIS
Graham Neubig, Yosuke Nakata and Shinsuke Mori

PREDICTING RELATIVE PROMINENCE IN NOUN-NOUN COMPOUNDS
Taniya Mishra and Srinivas Bangalore

PROBABILISTIC DOCUMENT MODELING FOR SYNTAX REMOVAL IN TEXT
SUMMARIZATION
William M. Darling and Fei Song

PUTTING IT SIMPLY: A CONTEXT-AWARE APPROACH TO LEXICAL SIMPLIFICATION
Or Biran, Samuel Brody and Noemie Elhadad

QUERY SNOWBALL: A CO-OCCURRENCE-BASED APPROACH TO MULTI-DOCUMENT
SUMMARIZATION FOR QUESTION ANSWERING
Hajime Morita, Tetsuya Sakai and Manabu Okumura

QUESTION DETECTION IN SPOKEN CONVERSATIONS USING TEXTUAL CONVERSATIONS
Anna Margolis and Mari Ostendorf

QUESTION FORMULATION IN WEB SEARCH QUERIES AND ITS TEMPORAL CHANGES
Bo Pang and Ravi Kumar

RELATION GUIDED BOOTSTRAPPING OF SEMANTIC LEXICONS
Tara McIntosh, Lars Yencken, Timothy Baldwin and James R. Curran

REORDERING CONSTRAINT BASED ON DOCUMENT LEVEL CONTEXT
Takashi Onishi, Masao Utiyama and Eiichiro Sumita

REORDERING MODELING USING WEIGHTED ALIGNMENT MATRICES
Wang Ling, Tiago Lus, Joo Graa, Isabel Trancoso and Lusa Coheur

REVERSIBLE STOCHASTIC ATTRIBUTE-VALUE GRAMMARS
Danil de Kok, Barbara Plank and Gertjan van Noord

SCALING UP CROSS-LINGUAL SEMANTIC ANNOTATION TRANSFER
Lonneke van der Plas, James Henderson and Paola Merlo

SEMANTIC INFORMATION AND DERIVATION RULES FOR ROBUST DIALOGUE ACT
DETECTION IN A SPOKEN DIALOGUE SYSTEM
Wei-Bin Liang, Chung-Hsien Wu and Chia-Ping Chen

SEMI-SUPERVISED CONDENSED NEAREST NEIGHBOR FOR PART-OF-SPEECH TAGGING
Anders Sgaard

SEMI-SUPERVISED FINE-GRAINED SENTIMENT ANALYSIS WITH LATENT VARIABLE
STRUCTURED CONDITIONAL MODELS
Oscar Tckstrm and Ryan McDonald

SEMI-SUPERVISED MODELING FOR PRENOMINAL MODIFIER ORDERING
Margaret Mitchell, Aaron Dunlop and Brian Roark

SUBJECTIVE NATURAL LANGUAGE PROBLEMS: MOTIVATIONS, CHARACTERIZATIONS,
APPLICATIONS, AND IMPLICATIONS
Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm

SUBJECTIVITY AND SENTIMENT ANALYSIS OF MODERN STANDARD ARABIC
Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Mona Diab and Mohammed Korayem

TEMPORAL EVALUATION
Naushad UzZaman and James Allen

TEMPORAL RESTRICTED BOLTZMANN MACHINES FOR DEPENDENCY PARSING
Nikhil Garg and James Henderson

TERMINAL-AWARE SYNCHRONOUS BINARIZATION
Licheng Fang, Tagyoung Chung and Daniel Gildea

TEXT SIMPLIFICATION USING SIMPLE ENGLISH WIKIPEDIA
William Coster and David Kauchak

THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID: DOUBLE ENTENDRE IDENTIFICATION
Chloe Kiddon and Yuriy Brun

THE ARABIC ONLINE COMMENTARY DATASET: AN ANNOTATED DATASET OF INFORMAL
ARABIC WITH HIGH DIALECTAL CONTENT
Omar Zaidan and Chris Callison-Burch

THE SURPRISING VARIANCE IN SHORTEST-DERIVATION PARSING
Mohit Bansal and Dan Klein

THEY CAN HELP: USING CROWDSOURCING TO IMPROVE THE EVALUATION OF
GRAMMATICAL ERROR DETECTION SYSTEMS
Nitin Madnani, Martin Chodorow, Joel Tetreault and Alla Rozovskaya

TIER-BASED STRICTLY LOCAL CONSTRAINTS FOR PHONOLOGY
Jeffrey Heinz, Chetan Rawal and Herbert Tanner

TOWARDS TRACKING SEMANTIC CHANGE BY VISUAL ANALYTICS
Christian Rohrdantz, Annette Hautli, Thomas Mayer, Miriam Butt, Daniel
A. Keim and Frans Plank

TOWARDS WRITING STYLE TRANSFORMATION FROM TEXT-STYLE TO AUDIO-STYLE
Amjad Abu-Jbara, Barbara Rosario and Kent Lyons

TRANSITION-BASED DEPENDENCY PARSING WITH RICH NON-LOCAL FEATURES
Yue Zhang and Joakim Nivre

TWO EASY IMPROVEMENTS TO LEXICAL WEIGHTING
David Chiang, Steve DeNeefe and Michael Pust

TYPED GRAPH MODELS FOR LEARNING LATENT ATTRIBUTES FROM NAMES
Delip Rao and David Yarowsky

TYPES OF COMMON-SENSE KNOWLEDGE NEEDED FOR RECOGNIZING TEXTUAL
ENTAILMENT
Peter LoBue and Alexander Yates

UNARY CONSTRAINTS FOR CONTEXT-FREE PARSING
Nathan Bodenstab, Kristy Hollingshead and Brian Roark

UNSUPERVISED DISCOVERY OF RHYME SCHEMES
Sravana Reddy and Kevin Knight

UNSUPERVISED SEED SELECTION AND STOP LIST CONSTRUCTION FOR
BOOTSTRAPPING: A GRAPH-BASED APPROACH
Tetsuo Kiso, Masashi Shimbo, Mamoru Komachi and Yuji Matsumoto

USING DERIVATION TREES FOR TREEBANK ERROR DETECTION
Seth Kulick, Ann Bies and Justin Mott

WHY INITIALIZATION MATTERS FOR IBM MODEL 1: MULTIPLE OPTIMA AND
NON-STRICT CONVEXITY
Kristina Toutanova and Michel Galley

WHY PRESS BACKSPACE? UNDERSTANDING USER INPUT BEHAVIORS IN CHINESE
PINYIN INPUT METHOD
Yabin Zheng

WORD ALIGNMENT VIA SUBMODULAR MAXIMIZATION OVER MATROIDS
Hui Lin and Jeff Bilmes

I THOU THEE, THOU TRAITOR: PREDICTING FORMAL VS. INFORMAL ADDRESS
IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
Manaal Faruqui and Sebastian Pado

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