COLING 2010: List of Accepted Papers (Oral)

  这是Coling 2010的List of Accepted Papers(Oral),先是从水木自然语言处理社区看到,才在Coling的官方主页上找到。关于Coling本次的录用情况,水木自然语言处理版已经有过一波大讨论了,有兴趣的读者可以关注一下。 Coling是ACL之外另一个自然语言处理与计算语言学界的顶级会议,全称国际计算语言学大会(International Conference on Computational Linguistics),每两年举办一次,第23届COLING会议将于2010年8月23日~27日在中国北京举行,由中文信息学会承办。
  以下仅列出Oral的录用情况,关于Poster的录用情况,可以在Coling 2010官方网站的全部录用结果中找到:
  http://www.coling-2010.org/accepted%20papers.htm

Oral
1. Adrian Bickerstaffe and Ingrid Zukerman. A Hierarchical Classifier Applied to Multi-way Sentiment Detection
2. Yiping Zhou, Lan Nie and Scott Gaffney. Surface Form Resolution Based on Wikipedia
3. Zhongwu Zhai, Bing Liu, Hua Xu and Peifa Jia. Grouping Product Features Using Semi-Supervised Learning with Soft-Constraints
4. Qin Gao, Francisco Guzman and Stephan Vogel. EMDC: A Semi-supervised Approach for Word Alignment
5. George Tsatsaronis, Iraklis Varlamis and Kjetil Nørvåg. SemanticRank: Ranking Keywords and Sentences Using Semantic Graphs
6. Jian Huang, Pucktada Treeratpituk, Sarah Taylor and C. Lee Giles. Enhancing Cross Document Coreference of Web Documents with Context Similarity and Very Large Scale Text Categorization
7. Verena Henrich and Erhard Hinrichs. Standardizing Wordnets in the ISO Standard Wordnet-LMF: The Case of GermaNet
8. Ekaterina Shutova, Lin Sun and Anna Korhonen. Metaphor Identification Using Verb and Noun Clustering
9. Xiaoyan Cai, Wenjie Li and You Ouyang. Simultaneous Ranking and Clustering of Sentences: An Reinforcement Approach to Multi-Document Summarization
10. Peter Nilsson and Pierre Nugues. Automatic Discovery of Feature Sets for Dependency Parsing
11. Kavita Ganesan and ChengXiang Zhai. Opinosis: A Graph Based Approach to Abstractive Summarization of Highly Redundant Opinions
12. Doo Soon Kim, Ken Barker and Bruce Porter. Improving the Quality of Text Understanding by Delaying Ambiguity Resolution
13. Gumwon Hong, Chi-Ho Li, Ming Zhou and Hae-Chang Rim. An Empirical Study on Web Mining of Parallel Data
14. Nigel Collier, Reiko Matsuda Goodwin, John McCrae, Son Doan, Ai Kawazoe, Mike Conway, Asanee Kawtrakul, Koichi Takeuchi and Dinh Dien. An ontology-driven system for detecting global health events
15. Changqin Quan and Fuji Ren. An Exploration of Features for Recognizing Word Emotion
16. Jun Sun, Min Zhang and Chew Lim Tan. Discriminative Induction of Sub-Tree Alignment using Limited Labeled Data
17. Wanxiang Che and Ting Liu. Jointly Modeling WSD and SRL with Markov Logic
18. Su Nam Kim, Timothy Baldwin and Min-Yen Kan. Evaluating N-gram based Evaluation Metrics for Automatic Keyphrase Extraction
19. Yang Liu and Qun Liu. Joint Parsing and Translation
20. Shiqi Zhao, Haifeng Wang and Ting Liu. Paraphrasing with Search Engine Query Logs
21. Daniel Tse and James R. Curran. Chinese CCGbank: extracting CCG derivations from the Penn Chinese Treebank
22. Liang-Chih Yu, Hsiu-Min Shih, Yu-Ling Lai, Jui-Feng Yeh and Chung-Hsien Wu. Discriminative Training for Near-Synonym Substitution
23. Shiqi Zhao, Haifeng Wang, Xiang Lan and Ting Liu. Leveraging Multiple MT Engines for Paraphrase Generation
24. Audrey Laroche and Philippe Langlais. Revisiting Context-based Projection Methods for Term-Translation Spotting in Comparable Corpora
25. Bernd Bohnet. Top Accuracy and Fast Dependency Parsing is not a Contradiction
26. Sebastian Spiegler and Andrew van der Spuy. Ukwabelana – An open-source morphological Zulu corpus
27. Fang KONG, Guodong ZHOU, Longhua QIAN and Qiaoming ZHU. Dependency-driven Anaphoricity Determination for Coreference Resolution
28. Veronika Vincze and János Csirik. Hungarian Corpus of Light Verb Constructions
29. ding liu and daniel gildea. Semantic Role Features for Machine Translation
30. Fan Bu, Xiaoyan Zhu and Ming Li. Measuring the Non-compositionality of Multiword Expressions
31. Kai Wang and Tat-Seng Chua. Exploiting Salient Patterns for Question Detection and Question Retrieval in Community-based Question Answering
32. Matthias Hartung and Anette Frank. A Structured Vector Space Model for Hidden Attribute Meaning in Adjective-Noun Phrases
33. Guintaré Grigonyté, João Paulo Cordeiro, Rumen Moraliyski, Gaël Dias and Pavel Brazdil. Paraphrase Alignment for Synonym Evidence Discovery
34. Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Aharon Tayeb and Natan Ben-Dror. Plagiarism Detection in Computer Science Papers
35. Shane Bergsma and Colin Cherry. Fast and Accurate Arc Filtering for Dependency Parsing
36. Fei Huang and Bing Xiang. Feature-Rich Discriminative Phrase Rescoring for SMT
37. Katja Filippova. Multi-Sentence Compression: Finding Shortest Paths in Word Graphs
38. Roland Kuhn, Boxing Chen, George Foster and Evan Stratford. Phrase Clustering for Smoothing TM Probabilities – or, How to Extract Paraphrases from Phrase Tables
39. Josep Maria Crego, Aurélien Max and Fran?ois Yvon. Local lexical adaptation in Machine Translation through triangulation: SMT helping SMT
40. Young-Suk Lee, Bing Zhao and Xiaoqian Luo. Constituent Reordering and Syntax Models for English-to-Japanese Statistical Machine Translation
41. Mu Li, Ying-Gong Zhao, Dongdong Zhang and Ming Zhou. Adaptive Log-linear Model Parameter Selection for Statistical Machine Translation
42. Mengqiu Wang and Christopher Manning. Probabilistic Tree-Edit Models with Structured Latent Variables for Textual Entailment and Question Answering
43. Sara Salem and Samir AbdelRahman. A Multiple-Domain Ontology Builder
44. Ge Xu, Xinfan Meng and Houfeng Wang. Build Chinese Emotion Lexicons Using A Graph-based Algorithm and Multiple Resources
45. Yunfang Wu and Miaomiao Wen. Disambiguating Dynamic Sentiment Ambiguous Adjectives
46. Shasha Liao and Ralph Grishman. Filtered Ranking for Bootstrapping in Event Extraction
47. Shoushan Li, Sophia Y. M. Lee, Ying Chen, Chu-Ren Huang and Guodong Zhou. Sentiment Classification and Polarity Shifting
48. Bernard Brosseau-Villeneuve, Jian-Yun Nie and Noriko Kando. Towards an optimal weighting of context words based on distance
49. Makoto Miwa, Rune Sætre, Yusuke Miyao and Jun’ichi Tsujii. Entity-Focused Sentence Simplification for Relation Extraction
50. Chien Chin Chen and Chen-Yuan Wu. Bipolar Person Name Identification of Topic Documents Using Principal Component Analysis
51. Fangtao Li, Chao Han, Minlie Huang, Xiaoyan Zhu, Ying-Ju Xia, Shu Zhang and Hao Yu. Structure-Aware Review Mining and Summarization
52. Hassan Al-Haj and Shuly Wintner. Identifying Multi-word Expressions by Leveraging Morphological and Syntactic Idiosyncrasy
53. Nan Duan, Mu Li, Dongdong Zhang and Ming Zhou. Mixture Model-based Minimum Bayes Risk Decoding using Multiple Machine Translation Systems
54. Xinyan Xiao, Yang Liu, YoungSook Hwang, Qun Liu and Shouxun Lin. Joint Tokenization and Translation
55. Nan Duan. Translation Model Generalization using Probability Averaging for Machine Translation
56. Anders S?gaard and Christian Rish?j. Robust semi-supervised dependency parsing of German and Swedish using generalized tri-training
57. Laura Kallmeyer and Wolfgang Maier. Data-Driven Parsing with Probabilistic Linear Context-Free Rewriting Systems
58. Xian Qian, Qi Zhang, Xuangjing Huang and Lide Wu. 2D Trie for fast parsing
59. Stergos Afantenos and Nicholas Asher. Testing SDRT’s Right Frontier: Implications for Machine Learning Discourse Graphs
60. Naoaki Okazaki and Jun’ichi Tsujii. Simple and Efficient Algorithm for Approximate Dictionary Matching
61. Zarrieß Sina, Cahill Aoife, Kuhn Jonas and Rohrer Christian. Cross-Lingual Induction for Deep Broad-Coverage Syntax: A Case Study on German Participles
62. Jinhua Du and Andy Way. A Discriminative Latent Variable-Based “DE” Classifier for Chinese–English SMT
63. Makoto Miwa, Sampo Pyysalo, Tadayoshi Hara and Jun’ichi Tsujii. Evaluating Dependency Representations for Event Extraction
64. Zhemin Zhu, Delphine Bernhard and Iryna Gurevych. A Monolingual Syntactic Translation Model for Sentence Simplification
65. Ksenia Shalonova and Bruno Golenia. Weakly Supervised Morphology Learning for Agglutinating Languages Using Small Training Sets.
66. Xiaojun Wan. Towards a Unified Approach to Simultaneous Single-Document and Multi-Document Summarizations
67. Seokhwan Kim, Minwoo Jeong, Jonghoon Lee and Gary Geunbae Lee. A Cross-lingual Annotation Projection Approach for Relation Detection
68. Erwin Marsi and Emiel Krahmer. Automatic analysis of semantic similarity in comparable text through syntactic tree matching
69. Chao Shen and Tao Li. Multi-Document Summarization via the Minimum Dominating Set
70. Kun Wang, Chengqing Zong and Keh-Yih Su. A Character-Based Joint Model for Chinese Word Segmentation
71. Sung-Pil Choi and Sung-Hyon Myaeng. Simplicity is Better: Revisiting Single Kernel PPI Extraction
72. Tao Zhuang and Chengqing Zong. A Minimum Error Weighting Combination Strategy for Chinese Semantic Role Labeling
73. Hui Yang, Anne De Roeck, Alistair Willis and Bashar Nuseibeh. A Methodology for Automatic Identification of Nocuous Ambiguity
74. Toyomi Meguro, Ryuichiro Higashinaka, Yasuhiro Minami and Kohji Dohsaka. Controlling Listening-oriented Dialogue using Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes
75. Makbule Ozsoy, Ilyas Cicekli and Ferda Alpaslan. Text Summarization of Turkish Texts using Latent Semantic Analysis
76. Alena Neviarouskaya, Helmut Prendinger and Mitsuru Ishizuka. Recognition of Affect, Judgment, and Appreciation in Text
77. Mark Dredze, Paul McNamee, Delip Rao, Adam Gerber and Tim Finin. Entity Disambiguation for Knowledge Base Population
78. Minh-Thang Luong and Min-Yen Kan. Enhancing Morphological Alignment for Translating Highly Inflected Languages
79. Junhui Li, Guodong Zhou and Qiaoming Zhu. Learning the Scope of Negation via Shallow Semantic Parsing
80. Graeme Blackwood, Adrià de Gispert and William Byrne. Fluency Constraints for Minimum Bayes-Risk Decoding of Statistical Machine Translation Lattices
81. Muhua Zhu, Jingbo Zhu and Tong Xiao. Heterogeneous Parsing via Collaborative Decoding
82. Yue Lu, Huizhong Duan, Hongning Wang and ChengXiang Zhai. Exploiting Structured Ontology to Organize Scattered Online Opinions
83. Richard Johansson and Alessandro Moschitti. Reranking Models in Fine-grained Opinion Analysis
84. Ying Chen, Sophia Yat Mei Lee, Shoushan Li and Chu-Ren Huang. Emotion Cause Detection with Linguistic Constructions
85. Karthik Visweswariah, Jiri Navratil, Jeffrey Sorensen, Vijil Chenthamarakshan and Nandakishore Kambhatla. Syntax Based Reordering with Automatically Derived Rules for Improved Statistical Machine Translation
86. Bo Li and Eric Gaussier. Improving Corpus Comparability for Bilingual Lexicon Extraction from Comparable Corpora
87. Zhaopeng Tu, Yang Liu, Young-Sook Hwang, Qun Liu and Shouxun Lin. Dependency Forest for Statistical Machine Translation
88. Tomek Strzalkowski, George Aaron Broadwell, Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Samira Shaikh, Sarah Taylor and Nick Webb. Modeling Socio-Cultural Phenomena in Discourse
89. Henning Wachsmuth, Peter Prettenhofer and Benno Stein. Ef?cient Statement Identi?cation for Automatic Market Forecasting
90. Spence Green and Christopher D. Manning. Better Arabic Parsing: Baselines, Evaluations, and Analysis
91. Jian Zhang and Pascale Fung. A Rhetorical Syntax-Driven Model for Speech Summarization
92. Nuria Bel, Maria Coll and Gabriela Resnik. Automatic Detection of Non-deverbal Event Nouns for Quick Lexicon Production
93. Joakim Nivre, Laura Rimell, Ryan McDonald and Carlos Gómez Rodríguez. Evaluation of Dependency Parsers on Unbounded Dependencies
94. Lin Sun, Thierry Poibeau, Anna Korhonen and Cedric Messiant. Investigating the cross-linguistic potential of VerbNet -style classification
95. Sebastian Spiegler and Christian Monson. EMMA: A novel Evaluation Metric for Morphological Analysis
96. Naoki Yoshinaga and Masaru Kitsuregawa. Kernel Slicing: Scalable Online Training with Conjunctive Features
97. Xiaohua LIU, Kuan LI, Bo HAN, Ming ZHOU and Long JIANG. Semantic Role Labeling for News Tweets
98. Hector Llorens, Estela Saquete and Borja Navarro. TimeML Events Recognition and Classification: Learning CRF Models with Semantic Roles
99. Dmitry Davidov and Ari Rappoport. Automated Translation of Semantic Relationships
100. Bernd Bohnet, Leo Wanner, Simon Mill and Alicia Burga. Broad Coverage Multilingual Deep Sentence Generation with a Stochastic Multi-Level Realizer
101. Smruthi Mukund, Debanjan Ghosh and Rohini Srihari. Using Cross-Lingual Projections to Generate Semantic Role Labeled Annotated Corpus for Urdu – A Resource Poor Language
102. Michael Roth and Anette Frank. EM-based Alignment of Routes and Route Directions for Natural Language Generation
103. Lilja Øvrelid, Erik Velldal and Stephan Oepen. Syntactic Scope Resolution in Uncertainty Analysis
104. Vahed Qazvinian and Dragomir R. Radev. Citation Summarization Through Keyphrase Extraction
105. Jianfeng Gao, Xiaolong Li, Daniel Micol and Chris Quirk. A Large Scale Ranker-Based System A large scale ranker-bsaed system for search query spelling correction
106. Fabio Massimo Zanzotto, Ioannis Korkontzelos, Francesca Fallucchi and Suresh Manandhar. Estimating Linear Models for Compositional Distributional Semantics
107. Daniel Andrade, Tetsuya Nasukawa and Junichi Tsujii. Robust Measurement and Comparison of Context Similarity for Finding Translation Pairs
108. Markus Dickinson. Generating Learner-Like Morphological Errors in Russian
109. Alberto Barrón-Cede?o, Paolo Rosso, Eneko Agirre and Gorka Labaka. Plagiarism Detection across Distant Language Pairs
110. ThuyLinh Nguyen, Stephan Vogel and Noah A. Smith. Nonparametric Word Segmentation for Machine Translation
111. Claire Gardent and Laura Perez-Beltrachini. Efficient RTG based surface realisation for TAG
112. Rohit Kate, Xiaoqiang Luo, Siddharth Patwardhan, Martin Franz, Radu Florian, Raymond Mooney, Salim Roukos and Chris Welty. Learning to Predict Readability using Diverse Linguistic Features
113. Tong Wang and Graeme Hirst. Near-synonym Lexical Choice in Latent Semantic Space
114. Xiaowen Ding and Bing Liu. Resolving Object and Attribute Coreference in Opinion Mining
115. Ines Rehbein, Josef Ruppenhofer and Alexis Palmer. Bringing Active Learning to Life
116. Shachar Mirkin, Jonathan Berant, Ido Dagan and Eyal Shnarch. Recognising Entailment within Discourse
117. Alpa Jain and Patrick Pantel. FactRank: Random Walks on a Web of Facts
118. Petr Knoth, Jakub Novotny and Zdenek Zdrahal. Automatic generation of inter-passage links based on textual analysis of content
119. Andre Blessing and Hinrich Schütze. Self-Annotation for fine-grained geospatial relation extraction
120. Bart Cramer and Yi Zhang. Constraining robust constructions for broad-coverage parsing with precision grammars
121. Alpa Jain and Marco Pennacchiotti. Open Entity Extraction fromWeb Search Query Logs
122. Simon Zwarts, Mark Johnson and Robert Dale. Detecting Speech Repairs Incrementally Using a Noisy Channel Approach
123. Shuming Shi, Huibin Zhang, Xiaojie Yuan and Ji-Rong Wen. Corpus-based Semantic Class Mining: Distributional vs. Pattern-Based Approaches
124. Mark Johnson and Katherine Demuth. Unsupervised phonemic Chinese word segmentation using Adaptor Grammars
125. Sujith Ravi, Ashish Vaswani, Kevin Knight and David Chiang. Fast, Greedy Model Minimization for Unsupervised Tagging
126. Sanae Fujita and Masaaki Nagata. Enriching Dictionaries with Images from the Internet – Targeting Wikipedia and a Japanese Semantic Lexicon: Lexeed –
127. Dmitriy Genzel. Automatically Learning Source-side Reordering Rules for Large Scale Machine Translation
128. Bin Chen, Jian Su and Chew Lim Tan. A Twin-Candidate Based Approach for Event Pronoun Resolution using Composite Kernel
129. Yao Yao and Feng-hsi Liu. A Working Report on Statistically Modeling Dative Variation in Mandarin Chinese
130. Emily Pitler, Shane Bergsma, Dekang Lin and Kenneth Church. Using Web-scale N-grams to Improve Base NP Parsing Performance
131. Derya Ozkan, Kenji Sagae and Louis-Philippe Morency. Latent Mixture of Discriminative Experts for Multimodal Prediction Modeling
132. Carmen Banea, Rada Mihalcea and Janyce Wiebe. Multilingual Subjectivity: Are More Languages Better?
133. Tom Lippincott, Diarmuid ó Séaghdha, Lin Sun and Anna Korhonen. Exploring variation across biomedical subdomains
134. Jie Cai and Michael Strube. End-to-End Coreference Resolution via Hypergraph Partitioning
135. Pascal Denis and Philippe Muller. Comparison of different algebras for inducing the temporal structure of texts
136. Yang Wang and Kathleen McKeown. “Got You!”: Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia with Web-based Syntactic-Semantic Modeling
137. Katsuhiko Hayashi, Hajime Tsukada, Katsuhito Sudoh, Kevin Duh and Seiichi Yamamoto. Hierarchical Phrase-based Machine Translation with Word-based Reordering Model
138. Razvan Bunescu and Yunfeng Huang. A Utility-Driven Approach to Question Ranking
139. Jakob Uszkoreit, Jay Ponte, Ashok Popat and Moshe Dubiner. Large Scale Parallel Document Mining for Machine Translation
140. Xiance Si and Maosong Sun. Explore the Structure of Social Tags by Subsumption Relations
141. Mitesh Khapra, Saurabh Sohoney, Anup Kulkarni and Pushpak Bhattacharyya. Value for Money: Balancing Annotation Effort, Lexicon Building and Accuracy for Multilingual WSD
142. Mei Yang and Katrin Kirchhoff. Contextual Modeling for Meeting Translation Using Unsupervised Word Sense Disambiguation
143. Yee Seng Chan and Dan Roth. Exploiting Background Knowledge for Relation Extraction
144. Jong-Hoon Oh, Ichiro Yamada, Kentaro Torisawa and De Saeger Stijn. Co-STAR: A Co-training Style Algorithm for Hyponymy Relation Acquisition from Structured and Unstructured Text
145. Yuncong Chen and Pascale Fung. Unsupervised Synthesis of Multilingual Wikipedia Articles
146. Xiaofeng YU and Wai LAM. Jointly Identifying Entities and Extracting Relations in Encyclopedia Text via A Graphical Model Approach
147. Ryan Georgi, Fei Xia and Will Lewis. Comparing Language Similarity Across Genetic and Typologically-Based Groupings
148. Julia Hockenmaier and Yonatan Bisk. Normal-form parsing for Combinatory Categorial Grammars with generalized composition and type-raising
149. Lizhen Qu, Georgiana Ifrim and Gerhard Weikum. The Bag-of-Opinions Method for Review Rating Prediction from Sparse Text Patterns
150. Yanqing He and Yu Zhou. A Novel Reordering Model Based on Multi-layer Phrase for Statistical Machine Translation
151. Jeff Pasternack and Dan Roth. Knowing what to Believe (when you already know something)
152. Wei Zhang, Jian Su and Chew Lim Tan. Entity Linking Leveraging Automatically Generated Annotation
153. Yajuan Duan, Long Jiang, Tao Qin, Ming Zhou and Harry Shum. An Empirical Study on Learning to Rank of Tweets
154. Shanheng Zhao and Hwee Tou Ng. Maximum Metric Score Training for Coreference Resolution
155. Sheng Guo and Naren Ramakrishnan. Finding the Storyteller: Automatic Spoiler Tagging using Linguistic Cues
156. Altaf Rahman and Vincent Ng. Fine-Grained Semantic Class Induction via Hierarchical and Collective Classification
157. Yao-zhong Zhang, Takuya Matsuzaki and Jun’ichi Tsujii. Forest-guided Supertagger Training

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COLING 2010: List of Accepted Papers (Oral)》有 9 条评论

  1. Tony说:

    据水木上讲,第一作者是中国人的文章占到了约40%,不得不寒

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    52nlp 回复:

    呵呵,不得不服!

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  3. Joseph说:

    您好,请问这些文章有没有什么地方可以看到?

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    52nlp 回复:

    可能要等到会议召开时才能看到。

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  4. qq说:

    请问Coling可以去蹭一下旁听吗?

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    52nlp 回复:

    我也想蹭着旁听呢~

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  5. qq说:

    那到底让不让旁听呢,会不会不让进啊?谁知道,帮忙回答一下吧,我还是外地的呢,去一趟真不容易啊。

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    52nlp 回复:

    建议你把这个问题放到水木自然语言处理版去,应该会有很多人响应:http://www.newsmth.net/bbsdoc.php?board=NLP

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