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Inquiries into Words, Constraints and Contexts

Festschrift for Kimmo Koskenniemi on his 60th Birthday

Editors:
Antti Arppe, Lauri Carlson, Krister Lindén, Jussi Piitulainen, Mickael Suominen, Martti Vainio, Hanna Westerlund and Anssi Yli-Jyrä

Technical Editing:
Juho Tupakka

Entire book (PDF, 3.5MB)

Partitioned version

I Morphology, Syntax and Automata

  1. ANTTI ARPPE
    The Very Long Way from Basic Linguistic Research to Commercially Successful Language Business: the Case of Two-Level Morphology (pp. 2–17)
  2. LAURI CARLSON
    Inducing a Morphological Transducer from Inflectional Paradigms (pp. 18–24)
  3. KENNETH W. CHURCH
    The DDI Approach to Morphology (pp. 25–34)
  4. ERHARD W. HINRICHS
    Finite-State Parsing of German (pp. 35–44)
  5. ARVI HURSKAINEN
    Solutions for Handling Non-concatenative Processes in Bantu Languages (pp. 45–54)
  6. RONALD M. KAPLAN
    A Method for Tokenizing Text (pp. 55–64)
  7. FRED KARLSSON
    Phonotactic Complexity of Finnish Nouns (pp. 65–70)
  8. LAURI KARTTUNEN AND KENNETH R. BEESLEY
    Twenty-Five Years of Finite-State Morphology (pp. 71–83)
  9. MEHRYAR MOHRI
    Local Grammar Algorithms (pp. 84–93)
  10. SJUR MOSHAGEN, PEKKA SAMMALLAHTI AND TROND TROSTERUD
    Twol at Work (pp. 94–105)
  11. JOAKIM NIVRE
    Two Notions of Parsing (pp. 106–115)
  12. GÁBOR PRÓSZÉKY AND ATTILA NOVÁK
    Computational Morphologies for Small Uralic Languages (pp. 116–125)
  13. RICHARD SPROAT AND STEVE FARMER
    Morphology and the Harappan Gods (pp. 126–135)
  14. TROND TROSTERUD AND HELI UIBO
    Consonant Gradation in Estonian and Sámi: Two-Level Solution (pp. 136–150)
  15. LIISA VILKKI
    RUSTWOL: A Tool for Automatic Russian Word Form Recognition (pp. 151–162)
  16. BRUCE W. WATSON, MICHIEL FRISHERT AND LOEK CLEOPHAS
    Combining Regular Expressions with Near-Optimal Automata in the FIRE Station Environment (pp. 163–171)
  17. ANSSI YLI-JYRÄ
    Linguistic Grammars with Very Low Complexity (pp. 172–183)

II Speech and Meaning

  1. OLLI AALTONEN AND ESA UUSIPAIKKA
    Speech is Special:Whats Special about It? (pp. 185–193)
  2. HELENA AHONEN-MYKA AND ANTOINE DOUCET
    Data Mining Meets Collocations Discovery (pp. 194–203)
  3. BJÖRN GAMBÄCK
    Semantic Morphology (pp. 204–213)
  4. KALERVO JÄRVELIN AND ARI PIRKOLA
    Morphological Processing in Mono- and Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval (pp. 214–226)
  5. KRISTIINA JOKINEN
    A Grammar for Finnish Discourse Patterns (pp. 227–240)
  6. JUSSI KARLGREN
    Meaningful Models for Information Access Systems (pp. 241–248)
  7. KRISTER LINDÉN
    Word Senses (pp. 249–258)
  8. MIKKO LOUNELA
    Exploring Morphologically Analysed Text Material (pp. 259–267)
  9. GRAHAM WILCOCK
    Information Structure and Minimal Recursion Semantics (pp. 268–277)
  10. HALDUR ÕIM AND MARE KOIT
    Developing a Dialogue System that Interacts with a User in Estonian (pp. 278–288)
  11. TAPANI HARVIAINEN
    The Story of Supposed Hebrew-Finnish Affinity - a Chapter in the History of Comparative Linguistics (pp. 289–306)

Individual articles copyright 2005 by their authors

Series: CSLI Studies in Computational Linguistics Online


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