other,3-3-P01-1008,bq approach yields <term> phrasal and single word lexical paraphrases </term> as well as <term> syntactic
tech,36-3-N03-1017,bq <term> word-based alignments </term> and <term> lexical weighting </term> of <term> phrase translations
other,36-1-N03-1033,bq representation </term> , ( ii ) broad use of <term> lexical features </term> , including <term> jointly
other,29-2-P03-1058,bq nouns </term> in the <term> SENSEVAL-2 English lexical sample task </term> . Our investigation reveals
other,32-3-C04-1080,bq <term> accuracy </term> when training of <term> lexical probabilities </term> is unstable . Finally
other,17-3-C04-1128,bq </term> can be used to improve upon <term> lexical similarity </term> of <term> discourse segments
model,9-1-C04-1147,bq framework for the fast computation of <term> lexical affinity models </term> . The framework is
other,18-3-C04-1147,bq </term> between <term> words </term> or use <term> lexical affinity </term> to create <term> sequential
other,37-1-I05-2021,bq datasets </term> from the <term> Senseval-3 Chinese lexical sample task </term> . Much effort has been
other,57-2-I05-5008,bq and , ( iii ) the amount of internal <term> lexical and syntactical variation </term> in a set
tech,28-5-E06-1035,bq <term> subtopic boundaries </term> , the <term> lexical cohesion-based approach </term> alone can
other,18-1-P06-2012,bq name entities </term> by use of various <term> lexical and syntactic features </term> from the <term>
other,19-1-P84-1078,bq cohesive text </term> through the use of <term> lexical substitutions </term> . Specifically , this
other,12-3-P84-1078,bq antecedence recovery </term> for each of the <term> lexical substitutions </term> , and matches them
other,18-5-C88-2162,bq RINA </term> , which enhances its own <term> lexical hierarchy </term> by processing examples
other,9-8-C88-2162,bq Second , we show in this paper how a <term> lexical hierarchy </term> is used in predicting new
other,13-9-C88-2162,bq not stall even in the presence of a <term> lexical unknown </term> , and a <term> hypothesis </term>
other,25-9-C88-2162,bq </term> can be produced for covering that <term> lexical gap </term> . Although every <term> natural
other,20-3-C88-2166,bq designed to be a repository of <term> shared lexical information </term> for use by <term> Natural
other,26-4-J90-3002,bq applied to ensure the validity of <term> lexical entries </term> . A customized <term> interface
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