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Readings in Japanese Natural Language Processing

edited by Francis Bond, Timothy Baldwin, Kentaro Inui, Shun Ishizaki, Hiroshi Nakagawa, and Akira Shimazu

Readings in Japanese Natural Language Processing surveys a wide range of texts that explore Japanese morphology and syntactic analysis, discourse, and natural language processing applications. Presenting such techniques in a manner accessible to those with little or no familiarity with Japanese, these carefully selected papers will broaden the scope of our study of Japanese linguistic phenomena, making this collection indispensable in the field.

Francis Bond is associate professor in the Computational Linguistics Lab at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Timothy Baldwin is professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Kentaro Inui is professor at the Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan. Shun Ishizaki is Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, Japan. Hiroshi Nakagawa is professor at the Information Technology Center, University of Tokyo, Japan. Akira Shimazu is professor at the School of Information Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan.

Read an excerpt from this book (Chapter 1).

Contents

  • Notational Conventions and Symbols
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • 1 Introduction to Japanese Computational Linguistics
    Francis Bond and Timothy Baldwin
  • I Morphology and Syntactic Analysis
  • 2 The Use of Domain-Specific Statistical Data for Japanese Morphological Analysis
    Shiho Hoshi Nobesawa, Tomohisa Sano, Kengo Sato and Hiroaki Saito
  • 3 Detecting Japanese Term Variation by Morpho-syntactic Rules
    Fuyuki Yoshikane, Keita Tsuji, Kyo Kageura and Christian Jacquemin
  • 4 Construction of a Practical Japanese Parsing System based on Lexical Functional Grammar
    Hiroshi Masuichi and Tomoko Ohkuma
  • II Discourse
  • 5 Dialogue Translation Method using Participants' Social Roles
    Setsuo Yamada, Eiichiro Sumita and Hideki Kashioka
  • 6 Statistical Anaphora Resolution for Japanese Zero Pronouns
    Kazuhiro Seki, Atsushi Fujii, and Tetsuya Ishikawa
  • 7 Improvements in Quality of Translation of Pronouns in English-to-Japanese Machine Translation
    Takehiko Yoshimi
  • 8 Processing Japanese Self-repair in Spoken Dialogue Systems
    Kotaro Funakoshi, Takenobu Tokunaga and Hozumi Tanaka
  • III Applications
  • 9 Reliable Measures for Aligning Japanese-English News Articles and Sentences
    Masao Utiyama and Hitoshi Isahara
  • 10 Balancing up Efficiency and Accuracy in Translation Retrieval
    Timothy Baldwin
  • 11 Hierarchical Phrase Alignment Harmonized with Parsing
    Kenji Imamura
  • 12 Paraphrasing Predicates based on Case Frame Alignment
    Nobuhiro Kaji, Daisuke Kawahara, Sadao Kurohashi, Satoshi Sato
  • 13 Sentence Reconstruction in Summary Generation: An Investigation using Automated Alignment
    Kazuhiro Takeuchi and Yuji Matsumoto
  • References
  • Index

June 6, 2016

ISBN (Paperback): 1575867532 (9781575867533)

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