Computerlinguistik

Stand: Februar 2010

Buchveröffentlichungen

Roland Hausser

  • 2006 A Computational Model of Natural Language Communication. Interpretation, Inference, and Production in Database Semantics. Berlin/Heidelberg/New York: Springer.
  • 2001 Foundations of Computational Linguistics. Human-Computer Communication in Natural Language. 2nd Edition, Berlin/New York: Springer.
  • 2000 Grundlagen der Computerlinguistik. Mensch-Maschine Kommunikation in natürlicher Sprache. Berlin/New York: Springer.
  • 1999 Foundations of Computational Linguistics. Man-Machine Communication in Natural Language. Berlin/New York: Springer.

Sammelbände

Roland Hausser

  • 1996 Linguistische Verifikation. Dokumentation zur ersten Morpholympics. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Aufsätze

Roland Hausser

  • 2008 „Comparing the Use of Feature Structures in Nativism and in Database Semantics“. In: Hannu Jaakkola, Yasushi Kiyoki and Takehiro Tokuda (eds.). Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases XIX. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
  • 2007 „Handling Valency and Coordination in Database Semantics“. In: Thomas Herbst and Katrin Götz-Votteler (eds.). Valency. Theoretical, Descriptive and Cognitive Issues, Trends in Linguistics – Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 187, Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2006 with Choe, Wae Joon: „Handling Quantifiers in Database Semantics“. In: M. Duží, H. Jaakkola, Y. Kiyoki and H. Kangassalo (eds.). Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases XVIII. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
  • 2005
    • „Memory-based Pattern Completion in Database Semantics“. Language and Information, Vol. 9.1: 69—92. Korean Society for Language and Information.
    • „Turn Taking in Database Semantics“. In: H. Kangassalo et al. (eds.). Information

Modeling and Knowledge Bases XVI. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.

  • 2004
    • „What if Chomsky were right?“ Comments on the paper „Multiple Solutions to the Logical Problem of Language Acquisition“ by Brian MacWhinney. Journal of Child Language, 31: 919-922. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    • „Applying Database Semantics to the WWW“. In: C. Bussler et al. (eds.). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3307. Berlin/New York: Springer-Verlag.
      „A Theory of Signs for Database Semantics“. In: H. Kangassalo et al. (eds.). Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases XV. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
  • 2003
    • „Reconstructing Propositional Calculus in Database Semantics“. In: H. Kangassalo et al. (eds.). Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases XIV. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
    • „Comparing Music and Language. Data Structures, Algorithms, and Input-Output Conditions“. In: G. Wille, B. Schröder and H.-C. Schmitz (eds.), Computational Linguistics, Achievements and Perspectives. Sankt Augustin: Gardez! Verlag.
  • 2002
    • „Overcoming Language Barriers by Means of Computers“. Journal of Universal Languages. Sejong University, Korea.
    • „Autonomous Control Structure for Artificial Cognitive Agents“. In: H. Kangassalo et al. (eds). Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases XIII. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
      „A Hypothesis on the Origin of the Sign Types“. In: A. Gelbukh (ed.). Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 16-31. Berlin/New York: Springer.
  • 2001
    • „Database Semantics for Natural Language“. In: Artificial Intelligence (AIJ), Vol. 130, no. 1, Cover date: July 2001. Dordrecht: Elsevier.
    • „Spatio-Temporal Indexing in Database Semantics“. In: A. Gelbukh (ed.). Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 2004. Berlin/New York: Springer.
    • „The Four Basic Ontologies of Semantic Interpretation“. In: H. Kangassalo et al. (eds.). Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases XII. Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
  • 1999 „Database Semantics. Natural Language Interpretation, Inferencing, and Production“. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cognitive Science, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
  • 1998 „Häufigkeitsverteilung deutscher Morpheme“. In: LDV-Forum15.1: 6-26.
  • 1996 „A Database Interpretation of Natural Language“. In: Korean Journal of Linguistics 106(2): 29-55.
  • 1992 „Complexity in Left-Associative Grammar“. In: Theoretical Computer Science 106(2): 283-308, Dortrecht: Elsevier.

Besim Kabashi

  • 2007
    • „Zeichen für Gjon Buzuku“. In: Bardhyl Demiraj (ed.). Nach 450 Jahren. Buzukus “Missale“ und seine Rezeption in unsere Zeit, 139-146. (Albanische Forschungen 25). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
    • „Pronominal clitics and Valency in Albanian. A computational linguistics prespective and modelling within the LAG-Framework“. In: Thomas Herbst and Katrin Götz-Votteler (eds.). Valency. Theoretical, descriptive and cognitive issues. (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 187). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2005 „Disa propozime për modelimin e informacionit në leksikografinë kompjuterike“. In: Seminari Ndërkombëtar për Gjuhën, Letërsinë dhe Kulturën Shqiptare, XXIV. Prishtinë: Universiteti i Prishtinës. Libri 24/1, 179-184. („Some proposals for modeling information in computer lexicography“. In: The XXIV International Seminar for Albanian Language, Literature and Culture. University of Prishtina).
  • 2004 „Analiza automatike e fjalëformave të gjuhës shqipe“. In: Seminari Ndërkombëtar për Gjuhën, Letërsinë dhe Kulturën Shqiptare, XXIII. Prishtinë: Universiteti i Prishtinës. Libri 23/1, 129–135. („Automatic word form analysis for Albanian“. In: The XXIII International Seminar for Albanian Language, Literature and Culture. University of Prishtina)
  • 2003 Automatische Wortformerkennung für das Albanische. Magisterarbeit im Fach Linguistische Informatik, Abteilung Computerlinguistik. Universität Erlangen–Nürnberg, 2003. (Master’s Thesis in Computational Linguistics.)

Jörg Kapfer/Johannes Handls

  • 2007 „A time-incremental dependency parser using left-associative grammar“. In: Georg Rehm, Andreas Witt und Lothar Lemnitzer (eds.). Datenstrukturen für linguistische Ressourcen und ihre Anwendungen. Proceedings of the Biennial GLDV Conference 2007, April 11-13, 2007. Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 71-79. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag.