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Journal Title: Natural Language Engineering
Volume/Issue:   11 / 1
Date: March 2005
Table of Contents: Robust parsing with weighted constraints
by Kilian Foth, Wolfgang Menzel, Ingo Schröder
pp 1-25

Visualization-enabled multi-document summarization by Iterative Residual Rescaling
by Branimir Boguraev, Roy Byrd, Mary Neff
pp 67-86

A comparison of parsing technologies for the biomedical domain
by Claire Grover, Alex Lascarides, Mirella Lapata
pp 27-65

Correcting real-word spelling errors by restoring lexical cohesion
by Graeme Hirst, Alexander Budanitsky
pp 87-111

Industry Watch
by Robert Dale
pp 113-117

Charles D. Yang. Knowledge and Learning in Natural Language. Oxford University Press. 2002. ISBN 0 19 925414 1 (hardback), Price $60. ISBN 0 19 925415 X (paperback), Price $21.95. 220 pages
by Paula Buttery
pp 121-124

Ali Farghlay, editor. Handbook for Language Engineers (CSLI Lecture Notes, No. 164). CSLI Publications, Stanford, California. ISBN 1-57586-395-2 £17.50/$25 (paperback), 1-57586-390-0 £44/$62.50 (hardback). xi + 422 pages
by Mark Stevenson
pp 125-128

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 16.728