Human-Machine Interaction in Translation: Proceedings of the 8th International NLPCS Workshop

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Bernadette Sharp, M. Carl, M. Zock, A. L. Jakobsen
Samfundslitteratur, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 255 pages
This special issue of Copenhagen Studies in Language is devoted to human and machine translation and human-computer interaction in translation, which were the two main foci of the 8th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science (NLPCS 2011), held at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, in August 2011. The volume includes the 19 papers which were selected for presentation at the workshop and the text of invite keynote lectures. The workshop provided an attractive interdisciplinary forum for fostering interactions among researchers and practitioners in Natural Language Processing (NLP) working within the paradigm of Cognitive Science (CS). The overall emphasis of the annual NLPCS research workshop series is on the contribution of cognitive science to language processing, including human and machine translation, human-machine interface design, conceptualisation, representation, meaning construction, ontology building, and text mining.
 

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Sinha R M
9
N and Sinha R M
21
Bhattacharyya
29
Huet S and P Langlais
45
Ceausu A and D Tufis
57
Jaber S Tonelli S and R Delmonte
69
and P Estrella
81
Seljan S and M Matetic
93
Alves F Pagano A and I da Silva
153
Murray W and D Jain
167
Petrakis S and M Klenner
179
Valitutti
189
and J Nivre
201
Zhang B Wang X and G Fang
213
Glückstad F
227
Klein A Krenn B and H Trost
239

Teixeira C
107
Christensen T and A Schjoldager
119
Dragsted B Elming J Hardt D and A L Jakobsen
131
Patterns of shallow text production in translation
143
and A Ferrandez
251
Finch A Song W TanakaIshii K and E Sumita
263
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