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Table of Contents, A Common Solution for Tokenization and Part of Speech Tagging 3. Jorge Craha Miguel A Alonso Manuel V ares University La Coruna Spain. Rule Parser for Arabic Stemmer 11, ImadA Al Sughaiyer Ibrahim A Al Kharashi Computer and Electronics Research. Institute Riyadh Saudi Arabia,Achieving an Almost Correct PoS Tagged Corpus 19. Pavel Kveton Charles University Prague Czech Republic. Karel Oliva Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence Vienna Austria. Evaluation of a Japanese Sentence Compression Method Based on Phrase. Significance and Inter Phrase Dependency 27, Rei Oguro Hiromi Sekiya Yuhei Morooka Kazuyuki Takagi Kazuhiko Ozeki The. University of Electro Communications Tokyo Japan, User Query Understanding by the InBASE System as a Source for a Multilingual.
NL Generation Module 33, Michael V Boldasov Moscow State University Russia Elena G Sokolova. Russian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence Moscow Russia. Michael G Malkovsky Moscow State University Russia. The Role of WSD for Multilingual Natural Language Applications 41. Andres Montoya Rafael Romero Sonia Vdzquez Carmen Calle Susana Soler. University Alicante Spain,G bbsian Context Free Grammar for Parsing 49. Antoine Rozenknop Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne Switzerland. Cross Language Access to Recorded Speech in the MALACH Project 57. Douglas W Oard Dina Demner Fushman University of Maryland USA. Jan Hajic Charles University Prague Czech Republic Bhuvana Ramabhadran. IBM T J Watson Research Center USA Samuel Gustman Survivors ofthe Shoah Visual. History Foundation Los Angeles USA William J Byrne Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore USA Dagobert Soergel Bonnie Dorr Philip Resnik University of Maryland. USA Michael Picheny IBM T J Watson Research Center USA. Using Salient Words to Perform Categorization of Web Sites 65. MarekTrabalka Maria Bielikovd Slovak University of Technology Bratislava Slovakia. Discourse Sem antic Analysis of Hungarian Sign Language 73. Gabor Alherti University ofPecs Hungary Helga M Szab. National Association ofthe Deaf Hungary,VIII Table of Contents. Dependency Analyser Configurable by Measures 81, Tomas Holan Charles University Prague Czech Republic. The Generation and Use of Layer Information in Multilayered Extended Semantic. Networks 89, Sven Hartrumpf Hermann Heibig University of Hagen Germany.
Filtcring of Large Numbers of Unstmctured Text Documents by the Developed. Tool TEA 99, Jan Zizka Ales Bourek Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic. Visualisation Techniques for Analysing Meaning 107. Dominic Widdows Scott Cederberg Beate Dorow Stanford University California USA. Statistical Part of Speech Tagging for Classical Chinese 115. Liang Huang Yinan Peng Shanghai Jiaotong University China Huan Wang. East China Normal University China Zhenyu Wu Shanghai Jiaotong University China. Spanish Natural Language Interface for a Relational Database Querying System 123. Rodolfo A Pazos Rangel Centro Nacional de Inves gaci n y Desarro o Tecnol gico. Mexico Alexander Gelbukh National Polytechntc Institute Mexico. Juan Javier Gonzalez Barbosa Erika Alarc n Ruiz Alejandro Mendoza Mejia. Ana Patricia Dominguez Sdnchez Instiluto Tecnol gico de Ciudad Madero Mexico. Word Sense vs Word Domain Disambiguation A Maximum Entropy Approach 131. Armando Su rez Manuel Palomar University Alicante Spain. Exploiting Thesauri and Hierarchical Catcgories in Cross Language Information. Retrieval 139, Fatiha Sadat Masatoshi Yoshikawa Shunsuke Uemura Nara Institute of Science. and Technology Japan, Valency Lexicon for Czech Front Verbs lo Nouns 147. Marketa Lopatkov Veronika Rezntckov Zdenek 2abokrtsky Charles University. Prague Czech Republic, Term Clustering Using a Corpus Based Similarity Measure 151. Goran Nenadic Irena Spasic Sophia Ananiadou University ofSalford UK. Word Sense Discrimination for Czech 155, Robert Kral Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic.
Tools for Semi automatic Assignment of Czech Nouns to Declination Patterns 159. Dita Bartuskov Radek Sedl cek Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic. Table of Contents IX, Automatic Lexical Stress Assignment of Unknown Words for Highly Inflected. Slovenian Language 165, Tomaz Sef Maja Skrjanc Matjaz Garns Ljubljana University Siovenia. German and Czech Speech Synthesis Using HMM Based Speech Segment Database 173. Jindfich Matousek Daniel Tihelka Josef Psutka Jana Hesovd University ofWest. Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic, Comparison and Combination of Confidence Measures 181. Georg Stemmer Stefan Steidl Elmar N th Heinrich Niemann Anton Batliner. University Erlangen N mberg Germany, Strategies for Developing a Rea Time Continuous Speech Recognition System for. Czech Language 189, Jan Nouza Technical University ofLiberec Czech Republic.
Comparative Study on Bigram Language Models for Spoken Czech Recognition 197. Dana Nejedlovd Technical University ofLiberec Czech Republic. Integration of Speech Recognition and Automatic Lip Reading 205. Pascal Wiggers Leon J M Rothkrantz Delft University of Technology The Netherlands. Uttcrance Verification Based on the Likelihood Distance to Alternative Paths 213. Gies Bouwman Lou Boves University Nijmegen The Netherlands. Rejection Technique Based on the Mumble Model 221, Tomas Bartos Ludek M ller University ofWest Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic. Efficient Noise Estimation and Its Application for Robust Speech Recognition 229. Petr Motlicek Lukas B rget Oregon Health Science University USA and. Brno University of Technology Czech Republic, AlfaNum System for Speech Synthesis in Serbian Language 237. Milan Secujski Radovan Obradovic Darko Pekar Ljubomir Jovanov Vlado Delle. University ofNovi Sad Yugoslavia, Speech Features Extraction Using Cone Shaped Kernel Distribution 245. Janeziibert France Mihelic Nikola Pavesic University of Ljubljana Siovenia. Automatic Transcription of Czech Language Oral History in the MALACH Project. Resources and Initial Experiments 253, Josef Psutka Pavel Ircing Josef V Psutka Vlasta Radovd University of West. Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic William J Byrne Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore USA Jan Hajic Charles University Prague Czech Republic. Samuel Gustman Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation Los Angeles. USA Bhuvana Ramabhadran IBM T J Watson Research Laboratory USA. X Table of Contents, On the First Greek TTS Based on Festival Speech Synthesis 261.
P Zervas Ilyas Potamitis Nikos Fakotakis George Kokkinakis University ofPatras Greece. An Analysis of Limited Domains for Speech Synthesis 265. Robert Bat sek Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic. Advances in Very Low Bit Rate Speech Coding Using Recognition and Synthesis. Techniques 269, Genevieve Baudoin ESIEE Paris France Francois Capman Thaies Communications. Jan Cemocky VUT Brno Czech Republic Fadi El Chami ESIEE Paris France. University Tripolis Libanon Maurice Charbit Gerard Chollet ENST Paris France. Dijana Petrovska Delacretaz University of Fribourg Switzerland. A Comparison of Different Approaches to Automatic Speech Segmentation 277. Kris Demuynck Tom Laureys University Leuven Belgium. Keyword Spotting Using Support Vector Machines 285. Yassine Ben Ayed Dominique Fohr Jean Paul Haton LORIA CNRS INRIA. Lorraine France Gerard Chollet ENST CNRS LTCI France. Automatic Parameter Estimation for a Context Fndependet. Speech Segmentation Algorithm 293, Guido Aversano Universita Salerno and HASS Italy Anna Esposito Wright State. University USA and IIASS ltaly, Phoneme Lattice Based A Search Algorithm for Speech Recognition 301. Pascal Nocera Georges Linares Dominique Massonle Loic Lefort LIA Avignon France. Heuristic and Statistical Methods for Speech Non speech Detector Design 309. Michal Prcin Ludek M ller University of West Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic. An Analysis of Conditional Responses in Dialogue 317. Elena Karagjosova Ivana Kruijjf Korbayov Saarland University Germany. Some Like It Gaussian 321, Pavel Matejka FEEC VUT Brno Czech Republik Petr Schwarz Martin Karafidt. Jan Cocky FIT VUT Brno Czech Republic, Kernel Springy Discriminant Analysis and Its Application to a Phonological.
Awareness Teaching System 325, Andr s Kocsor Hungarian Academy of Sciences Kornel Kov cs University of. Szeged Hungary, Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition of Slovcnian Language Using Data Driven. Morphological Models 329, Tomaz Rotovnik Mirjam Sepesy Maucec Bogomir Horvat Zdravko Kacic. University of Maribor Slovenia,Table of Contents XI. Uniform Speech Recognition Platform for Evaluation of New Algorithms 333. Andrej Zgank Tomaz Rotovnik Zdravko Kacic Bogomir Horvat University of. Maribor Slovenia, Speech Enhancement Using Mixtures of Gaussians for Speech and Noise 337.
Ilyas Potamitis Nikos Fakotakis Nikos Liolios George Kokkinakis University of. Patras Greece,Fitting German into N Gram Language Models 341. Robert Hecht J rgen Riedler Gerhard Backfried SAIL LABS Technology AG. Vienna Austria, Audio Collections of Endangered Arctic Languages in the Russian Federation 347. Marina Lublinskaya Russian Academy of Science St Petersburg Russia. Tatiana Sherstinova St Petersburg State University Russia. III Dialogue, Prosodic Classification of Offtalk First Experiments 357. Anton Batliner Viktor Zei ter Elmar N th Heinrich Niemann University. Erlangen N mberg Germany, Statistical Decision Making from Text and Dialogue Corpora for Effective Plan. Recognition 365, Manolis Maragoudakis Aristomenis Thanopoulos Nikos Fakotakis University of.
Patras Greece, Natural Language Guided Dialogues for Accessing the Web 373. Marta Gatius Horacio Rodriguez Technical University of Catalonia Spain. Evaluating a Probabilistic Dialogue Model for a Railway Information Task 381. Carlos D Martinez Hinarejos Francisco Casacuberta Valencia University Spain. Applying Dialogue Constraints to the Understanding Process in a Dialogue System 389. Emilio Sanchis Fernando Garcia Isabel Galiano Encarna Segarra Valencia. University Spain, Evaluation of Prediction Methods Applied to an Inflected Language 397. Nestor Garay Vitoria Julio Abascal Luis Gardeazabal University ofthe Basque. Country Spain, Knowledge Based Speech Interfacing for Handhelds 405. CK Yang Leon J M Rothkrantz Delft University of Technology The Netherlands. Different Approaches to Build Multilingual Conversational Systems 413. Marion Mast Thomas Ro Henrik Schulz IBM Europe Germany Hell Harrikari. NOKIA Research Center Finland,XII Table of Contents. Strategies to Overcome Problematic Input in a Spanish Dialogue System 421. Victoria Arranz N ria Castell Montserrat Civil Universit t Politecnica de. Catalunya Spain,Dialogue Systems and Planning 429,Guy Camilleri University Toulouse France.
A Flexible Framework for Evaluation of New Algorithms for Dialogue Systems 437. Pavel Cenek Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic. From HTML to VoiceXML A First Approach 441, Cesar Gonzalez Ferreras David Escudero Mancebo Valentin Cardenoso Payo. University Valladolid Spain, Voice Chat with a Virtual Character The Good Soldier Svejk Case Project 445. Jan Nouza Petr Kol f Josef Chaloupka Technical University ofLiberec Czech Republic. Application of Spoken Dialogue Technology in a Medical Domain 449. I Azzini T Giorgino University of Pavia Italy D Falavigna R Gretter ITC irst. Trento Italy,A Voice Driven Web Browser for Blind People 453. Simon Dobrisek Jerneja Gros Bostjan Vesnicer France Mihelic Nikola Pavesic. University of Ljubljana Slovenia, Enhancing Best Analysis Selection and Parser Comparison 461. Ales Hor k Vladimir Kadlec Pavel Smrz Masaryk University in Brno Czech Republic. Petr Sojka Ivan Kopecek Karel Pala Eds Text Speech and Dialogue 5th International Conference TSD 2002 Brno Czech Republic September 9 12 2002

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