Natural Language Processing and Speech Technology: Results of the 3rd Konvens Conference, Bielefeld, October 1996

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  • ISBN-13: 9783110154498
  • Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter
  • Publication date: 10/1/1996
  • Pages: 403

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Kognitive Modellierung von Sprach und Bildverstehen 2
2 Gradient and Visual Speaker Normalization in the Perception of Fricatives 14
3 How Do Humans Deal with Ungrammatical Input? Experimental Evidence and Computational Modelling 27
4 Die "Computer Talk These" in der Sprachgenerierung Hinweise zur Gestaltung naturlichsprachlicher Zustandsanzengen in multimodalen Informationssystemen 35
5 Regelbasiert generierte Aussprachevarianten fur Spontansprache 44
6 Phonologisch strukturierte HMMs zur automatischen Spracherkennung 55
7 Parametrised Phonological Event Parsing 64
8 The Treatment of Compounds in a Morphological Component for Speech Recognition 71
9 From Word Hypotheses to Logical Form: An Efficient Interleaved Approach 77
10 Automatische Evaluierung der Linguistikkomponente eines Dialogsystems 89
11 Automatische Identifizierung spontan gesprochener Sprachen mit neuronalen Netzen 102
12 Multilingual Processing of Auxiliaries within LFG 111
13 Semantic Transfer in Speech-to-Speech Machine Translation 123
14 Definiteness and Number in Japanese to German Machine Translation 137
15 Prosodische Etikettierung des Deutschen mit ToBI 144
16 Modeling Prosody in a German Concept-to-Speech System 156
17 VieCtoS - The Vienna Concept to Speech System 166
18 Zur phonetischen Realisierung von Sprechtempoanderungen unter Einbeziehung von artikulatorischer Reorganisation: Artikulatorische und perzeptive Untersuchungen 171
19 Context Effects on Interpretation and Intonation 186
20 Von grossen Bocken und einer Menge Staub' - Zur maschinellen Verarbeitung modifizierter Idiome mit semantisch-autonomen Komponenten 200
21 Distributed Representation Formalisms for Discourse Particles 212
22 Complement Extraction Lexical Rules and Argument Attraction 225
23 Ein Synkretismusmodell fur die deutsche Morphologie 237
24 Erstellung von Lexikoneintragen aus Merkmalsstrukturen 249
25 Auf dem Weg zur effektiven Nutzung der lexikalischen Datenbasis TELEX 255
26 The Verbmobil Semantic Database 261
27 Corrections and Higher-Order Unification 268
28 Die Rolle von Diskursverpflichtungen in bewertungsorientierten Informationsdialogen 280
29 A Presuppositional Account of Domain Restriction 293
30 Perception, Focus and Resolution of Metonymy 305
31 Prapositionalsemantik und PP-Abindingung - Workshopbericht 310
32 Sorted Multi-Dimensional Tags 318
33 Tree Description Grammars 330
34 Parsing with ID/LP and PS Rules 342
35 Ein Werkzeug zur partiellen syntaktischen Analyse deutscher Textkorpora 356
36 A Morphology-System and Part-of-Speech Tagger for German 369
37 CLEARS - Ein Werkzeug fur Ausbildung und Forschung in der Computerlinguistik 379
Index 389
List of Contributors 396
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