other,22-1-N01-1003,bq </term> , i.e. the choice of <term> syntactic structure </term> for elementary <term> speech acts </term>
other,15-1-P03-1002,bq takes advantage of <term> predicate-argument structures </term> . We also introduce a new way of
other,9-2-P03-1002,bq automatically identifying <term> predicate argument structures </term> , which is central to our <term> IE
other,8-4-P03-1002,bq claim that accurate <term> predicate-argument structures </term> enable high quality <term> IE </term>
various <term> features </term> based on the structure of <term> email-threads </term> can be used
other,26-3-N04-1022,bq <term> MT system </term> , and <term> syntactic structure </term> from <term> parse-trees </term> of <term>
other,12-3-N04-1024,bq similarity measures </term> and <term> discourse structure </term> . A <term> support vector machine </term>
other,7-1-P05-1032,bq this paper we describe a novel <term> data structure </term> for <term> phrase-based statistical
other,16-2-P05-1032,bq </term> in our <term> suffix array-based data structure </term> . We show how <term> sampling </term>
other,13-1-P05-2016,bq tree-to-tree translation </term> of <term> dependency structures </term> . The only <term> bilingual resource
, it is argued , can be resolved if some structure is imposed on the available knowledge prior
other,12-1-P06-1018,bq </term> for the combination of various <term> structures </term> : <term> strings </term> , <term> trees
other,7-2-P06-1018,bq </term> of the objects of the <term> elementary structures </term> controls the <term> saturation </term>
other,15-2-P06-1018,bq <term> saturation </term> of the final <term> structure </term> . This formalism is both elementary
other,9-3-P06-2059,bq method is to utilize certain <term> layout structures </term> and <term> linguistic pattern </term>
tech,6-1-P06-4011,bq for <term> computational analysis of move structures </term> in <term> abstracts </term> of <term> research
other,3-4-T78-1001,bq sentence </term> . They confer a <term> meaning structure </term> on the <term> sentence </term> in which
also discusses how <term> memory </term> is structured in multiple ways to support the different
other,4-4-T78-1031,bq Node-based inference </term> allows a <term> structure </term> of <term> nodes </term> to be inferred
other,20-4-T78-1031,bq of an instance of a pattern of <term> node structures </term> . <term> Node-based inference rules
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