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Name: John  J.  Kovarik
Institution: University of Wisconsin Madison
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://home.att.net/~kovariks/
State and/or Country: MD
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Ling & Literature
Specialty: Chinese Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Language Family(ies): Sino-Tibetan
Selected Publications: Contributed to 'Translating English and Mandarin Verbs with Argument Structure (Mis)matches using LCS Representation', UMIACS 1998 Mari Broman Olsen, published in the Proceedings of the 1998 SIG-IL Conference.

Authored 'Computing Minimal Semantic Distance Between Noun Pairs in a Chinese Thesaurus and in the English WordNet, NLP Pacific Rim Symposium, November 1999, Beijing.

Authored 'How Should a Large Corpus Be Built?--A Comparative Study of Closure in Annotated Newspaper Corpora from Two Chinese Sources, Towards Building A Larger Representative Corpus Merged from Representative Sublanguage Collections' at ACL2000 2nd Chinese Language Processing Workshop, Oct. 2000, Hong Kong.

2003 As a language researcher learning a new language, I began development of a CFG parser for Mongolian and published my research on my Internet web page http://home.att.net/~kovariks/mnparse.htm.

2004 As a federal government language technologist, I briefed the 25th Unicode Conference on 'Building the Federal Multilingual Infrastructure in Unicode: Foreign Language Dictionary Tools'.

2005 As a computational linguist at CALICO '05 in May, I briefed my latest work including a Mongolian morphological analyzer called Yalgah.pl in a presentation entitled 'The Challenges of Learning and Sharing Knowledge of an LCTL in the 21st Century'.



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