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Natural language processing and Chinese computing first CCF Conference, NLPCC 2012, Beijing, China, October 31-November 5, 2012, proceedings /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: NLPCC 2012 Beijing, China), SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Zhou, Ming.
Format: Online Conference Proceeding Book
Published: Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, c2012.
Series:Communications in computer and information science ; 333.
Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Part 1.
  • Applications on Language Computing
  • Personalized Paper Recommendation Based on User Historical Behavior /
  • Yuan Wang, Jie Liu, XingLiang Dong, Tianbi Liu and YaLou Huang
  • Integration of Text Information and Graphic Composite for PDF Document Analysis /
  • Canhui Xu, Zhi Tang, Xin Tao and Cao Shi
  • Automatic Generation of Chinese Character Based on Human Vision and Prior Knowledge of Calligraphy /
  • Cao Shi, Jianguo Xiao, Wenhua Jia and Canhui Xu
  • A Spoken Dialogue System Based on FST and DBN /
  • Lichun Fan, Dong Yu, Xingyuan Peng, Shixiang Lu and Bo Xu
  • Sentiment Analysis Based on Chinese Thinking Modes /
  • Liang Yang, Hongfei Lin and Yuan Lin
  • Ontology-Based Event Modeling for Semantic Understanding of Chinese News Story /
  • Wei Wang and Dongyan Zhao.
  • 2.
  • Fundamentals on Language Computing
  • Dependency Forest for Sentiment Analysis /
  • Zhaopeng Tu, Wenbin Jiang, Qun Liu and Shouxun Lin
  • Collation of Transliterating Tibetan Characters /
  • Heming Huang and Feipeng Da
  • Topic Structure Identification of PClause Sequence Based on Generalized Topic Theory /
  • Yuru Jiang and Rou Song
  • Chinese Semantic Role Labeling with Dependency-Driven Constituent Parse Tree Structure /
  • Hongling Wang, Bukang Wang and Guodong Zhou
  • Contextual-and-Semantic-Information-Based Domain-Adaptive Chinese Word Segmentation /
  • Jing Zhang, Degen Huang and Deqin Tong
  • Exploration of N-gram Features for the Domain Adaptation of Chinese Word Segmentation /
  • Zhen Guo, Yujie Zhang, Chen Su and Jinan Xu
  • Fusion of Long Distance Dependency Features for Chinese Named Entity Recognition Based on Markov Logic Networks /
  • Zejian Wu, Zhengtao Yu, Jianyi Guo, Cunli Mao and Youmin Zhang.
  • 3.
  • Machine Translation and Multi-lingual Information Access /
  • 143-153 /
  • Learning Latent Topic Information for Language Model Adaptation /
  • Shixiang Lu, Wei Wei, Xiaoyin Fu, Lichun Fan and Bo Xu
  • Compact WFSA Based Language Model and Its Application in Statistical Machine Translation /
  • Xiaoyin Fu, Wei Wei, Shixiang Lu, Dengfeng Ke and Bo Xu
  • A Comparative Study on Discontinuous Phrase Translation /
  • Jiajun Zhang and Chenqqing Zong
  • Handling Unknown Words in Statistical Machine Translation from a New Perspective /
  • Jiajun Zhang, Feifei Zhai and Chengqing Zong.
  • 4.
  • NLP for Search, Ads and Social Networks
  • Dependency Network Based Real-Time Query Expansion /
  • Jiaqi Zou and Xiaojie Wang
  • Divided Pretreatment to Targets and Intentions for Query Recommendation /
  • Yangyang Kang, Yu Hong, Li Yu, Jianmin Yao and Qiaoming Zhu
  • Exploiting Lexical Semantic Resource for Tree Kernel-Based Chinese Relation Extraction /
  • Liu Dandan, Hu Yanan and Qian Longhua
  • Research on Tree Kernel-Based Personal Relation Extraction /
  • Cheng Peng, Jinghang Gu and Longhua Qian
  • Adaptive Topic Tracking Based on Dirichlet Process Mixture Model /
  • Chan Wang, Xiaojie Wang and Caixia Yuan.
  • 5.
  • Question Answering and Web Mining
  • Answer Generating Methods for Community Question and Answering Portals /
  • Haoxiong Tao, Yu Hao and Xiaoyan Zhu
  • Summarizing Definition from Wikipedia Articles /
  • Zhicheng Zheng and Xiaoyan Zhu
  • Chinese Named Entity Recognition and Disambiguation Based on Wikipedia /
  • Yu Miao, Lv Yajuan, Liu Qun, Su Jinsong and Xiong Hao
  • The Recommendation Click Graph: Properties and Applications /
  • Yufei Xue, Yiqun Liu, Min Zhang, Shaoping Ma and Liyun Ru
  • A Linked Data Generation Method for Academic Conference Websites /
  • Peng Wang, Mingqi Zhou, Xiang Zhang and Fengbo Zhou.