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One Probe - Two Goals : Aspects of agreement in Dutch dialects
In Dutch dialects, verbs and complementizers can bear different morphological affixes depending on which nominal element they agree with in their local syntactic domain. For instance, in a dialectExpand
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The CLIN27 Shared Task: Translating Historical Text to Contemporary Language for Improving Automatic Linguistic Annotation
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The CLIN27 shared task evaluates the effect of translating historical text to modern text with the goal of improving the quality of the output of contemporary natural language processing tools to historical text. Expand
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Involvement mechanisms for organized crime
This study aims to illuminate the processes that make individuals engage in organized crime activities. Within the diversity of individual involvement processes, several distinctive mechanisms areExpand
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Enriching a Descriptive Grammar with Treebank Queries
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We present the results of a pilot project that investigated the possibility of enriching the online version of the text with links to queries that provide relevant results from syntactically annotated corpora. Expand
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User modeling by confabulation theory
  • M. Koppen, K. Yoshida
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Conference on Soft Computing in Industrial…
  • 25 June 2008
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In this paper, we propose a method to generate fictitious user data from a collection of real user data by using confabulation theory. Expand
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NP-ellipsis with adjectival remnants: a micro-comparative perspective
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Two strategies of NP-ellipsis have been identified in the literature: (a) the elision strategy, and (b) the pronominalization strategy. The former has been said to be dependent on the presence of inflectional morphology (i.e., agreement) on the adjectival remnant. Expand
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Ellipsis in Dutch possessive noun phrases: a micro-comparative approach
We discuss ellipsis of the possessee in both pronominal possessor constructions (Dutch: zijn boek ‘his book’) and possessor doubling constructions (Dutch: John z’n boek, John his book ‘John’s book’)Expand
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The Noun Phrase: Diversity in Dutch DP Design (DiDDD)
In this paper we discuss our project: Diversity in Dutch DP Design. This project investigates the variation found in the Dutch DP. Not only the variation concerning contemporary dialects is takenExpand
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