CLIN 20 was the 20th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands, held in Utrecht at 5 February 2010. We invited the presenters of talks, posters and demos to submit a paper addressing the topic of their presentation for the proceedings of CLIN 20. After peer-reviewing the submitted papers, eleven papers have been accepted for inclusion in the proceedings.
The accepted papers
- Cagri Coltekin. Improving Successor Variety for Morphological Segmentation.
- Bart Desmet and Véronique Hoste. Dutch Named Entity Recognition using Classifier Ensembles.
- Maarten van Gompel, Antal van den Bosch, and Peter Berck. Extending Memory-Based Machine Translation to Phrases.
- Sophia Katrenko and Pieter Adriaans. Finding Constraints for Semantic Relations via Clustering.
- Daniël de Kok and Gertjan van Noord. A Sentence Generator for Dutch.
- Roser Morante, Vincent Van Asch, and Walter Daelemans. Extraction of Biomedical Events.
- Peter Nabende. Comparison of applying Pair HMMs and DBN models in Transliteration Identification.
- Barbara Plank and Gertjan van Noord. Dutch Dependency Parser Performance Across Domains.
- Daphne Theijssen, Hans van Halteren, Tip Boonpiyapat, Anna Lohfink, Bas Ruiter, and Hans Westerbeek. To ish or not to ish?
- Frederik Vaassen and Walter Daelemans. Emotion Classification in a Serious Game for Training Communication Skills.
- Sander Wubben, Antal van den Bosch, and Emiel Krahmer. Paraphrasing Headlines by Machine Translation.
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