- Susan Howlett and James Curran. "Automatic Acquisition of Training Data for Statistical Parsers"
- Tobias Kuhn and Rolf Schwitter. "Writing Support for Controlled Natural Languages"
- Tara McIntosh and James R. Curran. "Weighted Mutual Exclusion Bootstrapping for Domain Independent Lexicon and Template Acquisition"
- Dominick Ng, David J. Kedziora, Terry T. W. Miu and James R. Curran. "Investigating Features for Classifying Noun Relations"
- Katie Bell and James R. Curran. "Answer Attenuation in Question Answering"
- Joel Nothman, James Curran and Tara Murphy. "Transforming Wikipedia into Named Entity Training Data"
- Olivia March and Timothy Baldwin. "Automatic Event Reference Identification for Text Summarisation"
- Cecile Paris, Nathalie Colineau, Andrew Lampert and Joan Giralt Duran. "Fit it in but say it well!"
- Andrew Lampert, Robert Dale and Cecile Paris. "Requests and Commitments in Email are More Complex Than You Think: Eight Reasons to be Cautious"
- Clint Burfoot. "Using multiple sources of agreement information for sentiment classification of political transcripts"
- Ari Chanen and Jon Patrick. "All-Topology, Semi-Abstract Syntactic Features for Text Categorization"
- Jette Viethen and Robert Dale. "Generating Relational References: What Makes a Difference?"
- Eliza Margaretha and Ruli Manurung. "Comparing the value of Latent Semantic Analysis on two English-to-Indonesian lexical mapping tasks: What is it good for?"
- Jeremy Nicholson and Timothy Baldwin. "Learning Count Classifier Preferences of Malay Nouns"
- Femphy Pisceldo, Rahmad Mahendra, Ruli Manurung and I Wayan Arka. "A Two-Level Morphological Analyser for the Indonesian Language"
- Michael Fridkin and David Dowe. "Lexical Access via Phoneme to Grapheme conversion"
- Zhihan Li, Yue Xu and Shlomo Geva. "Text Mining Based Query Expansion for Chinese IR"
- Jonathan K. Kummerfeld and James R. Curran. "Classification of Verb Particle Constructions with the Google Web1T Corpus"
- Simon Zwarts and Mark Dras. "Morphosyntactic Target Language Matching in Statistical Machine Translation"
- Daniel Tse and James Curran. "Punctuation normalisation for cleaner treebanks and parsers"
The Australasian Language Technology Workshop is being organised by
ALTA, the Australasian Language Technology Association.
For any comments or questions about the workshop please contact the
organizers (workshop AT alta DOT asn DOT au).