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ALTA 2011 Accepted Papers

Oral Presentation

Benjamin Börschinger and Mark Johnson. A Particle Filter algorithm for Bayesian Wordsegmentation
Bevan Jones, Mark Johnson and Sharon Goldwater. Formalizing Semantic Parsing with Tree Transducers
Shunichi Ishihara. A Forensic Authorship Classification in SMS Messages: A Likelihood Ratio Based Approach Using N-gram
Mark Johnson. Parsing in Parallel on Multiple Cores and GPUs
Abeed Sarker, Diego Molla and Cecile Paris. Outcome Polarity Identification of Medical Papers
Su Nam Kim and Lawrence Cavedon. Classifying Domain-Specific Terms Using a Dictionary
Li Wang, Diana Mccarthy and Timothy Baldwin. Predicting Thread Linking Structure by Lexical Chaining
Mehdi Parviz, Mark Johnson, Blake Johnson and Jon Brock. Using Language Models and Latent Semantic Analysis to Characterise the N400m Neural Response
Diego Molla and Maria Elena Santiago-Martinez. Development of a Corpus for Evidence Based Medicine Summarisation
Sze-Meng Jojo Wong, Mark Dras and Mark Johnson. Topic Modeling for Native Language Identification
Francois Lareau, Mark Dras, Benjamin Boerschinger and Robert Dale. Collocations in multilingual text generation: Lexical Functions meet Lexical Functional Grammar
Stephen Merity and James Curran. Frontier Pruning for Shift-Reduce CCG Parsing

Poster Presentation

John Cocks and Te Taka Keegan. A word-based approach for diacritic restoration in Māori
Nobuagi Akagi and Francesco-Alessio Ursini. The Interpretation of Complement Anaphorae: the case of The Others
Francesco-Alessio Ursini and Nobuagi Akagi. The Interpretation of Plural Pronouns in Discourse: The Case of They
Jenny Mcdonald, Alistair Knott, Richard Zeng and Ayelet Cohen. Learning from student responses: A domain-independent natural language tutor
Md. Waliur Rahman Miah, John Yearwood and Sid Kulkarni. Detection of child exploiting chats from a mixed chat dataset as a text classification task
Marcin Nowina-Krowicki, Andrew Zschorn, Michael Pilling and Steven Wark. ENGAGE: Automated Gestures for Animated Characters

Shared Task Poster

Binood Gyawali and Thamar Solorio. Grading of Evidence
Timothy Baldwin (and a cast of 57). Evidence Grade Classification

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