Papers (Preprint Versions) by John Nerbonne

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  1. Martijn Wieling, Esteve Valls, Harald Baayen and John Nerbonne
    The Effects of Language Policies on Standardization of Catalan Dialects: A Sociolinguistic Analysis using Generalized Additive Mixed-Effects Regression Modeling. Submitted (9/2012) to Dirk Speelman, Kris Heylen, & Dirk Geeraerts (eds.) Mixed Effects Regression Models in Linguistics New York: Springer. In series Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  2. Gosse Bouma and John Nerbonne
    Applying the Espresso Algorithm to Large Parsed Corpora. Submitted to Festschrift for NN. 2/2014.
  3. Jelena Prokić, Russell Gray, & John Nerbonne
    The Inferring Sound Changes using Bayesian MCMC Submitted to Diachronica, 1/2011.
  4. Accepted

  5. Martijn Wieling, Jelke Bloem, Kaitlin Mignella, Mona Timmermeister, and John Nerbonne
    Automatically measuring the strength of foreign accents in English. Accepted to appear in Language Dynamics and Change, 1/2014.
  6. Martijn Wieling, Simonetta Montemagni, John Nerbonne and R. Harald Baayen
    Lexical Differences between Tuscan Dialects and Standard Italian: A Sociolinguistic Analysis using Generalized Additive Mixed Modeling. Accepted to appear in: Language, Jan. 2012, revised Mar., 2013.
  7. John Nerbonne.
    Various Variation Aggregates in the LAMSAS South. Accepted (10/2005) to appear in: Michael D. Picone and Catherine Evans Davies (eds.) Language Variety in the South: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. ca. 2014, pp. 723-753. See published Table of Contents
  8. 2014

  9. Martijn Wieling, John Nerbonne, Jelke Bloem, Charlotte Gooskens, Wilbert Heeringa and R. Harald Baayen. A cognitively grounded measure of pronunciation distance. PLOS ONE 9(1), 2014, e7574. Online here.
  10. Çağrı Çöltekin and John Nerbonne.
    An explicit statistical model of learning lexical segmentation using multiple cues. In: Alessandro Lenci, Muntsa Padró, Thierry Poibeau, & Aline Villavicencio (eds.) EACL Workshop on Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language Learning, Gothenburg, Sweden, April 26, 2014. ACL: Shroudsburg, PA. 2014, pp.xxx-yyy.
  11. John Nerbonne
    Review of The Secret Life of Pronouns. What our words say about us. by James Pennebaker. 2011. Bloomsbury Press: New York. Literary and Linguistic Computing 29(1), 2014, pp.xxx-yyy. DOI:10.1093/llc/fqt006 Comments welcome. Avail. online since Feb. 6, 2013.
  12. Fridah Katushemererwe and John Nerbonne
    Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in support of (re-)learning native languages: The case of Runyakitara. Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Online as of May 9, 2013. DOI:10.1080/09588221.2013.792842
  13. 2013

  14. John Nerbonne and William Kretzschmar, Jr.
    Dialectometry++. LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28(1), 2013, pp.2-12. doi:10.1093/llc/fqs062
  15. John Nerbonne
    How much does Geography Influence Language Variation?. In: Peter Auer, Martin Hilpert, Anja Stukenbrock, & Benedikt Szmrecsanyi (eds.) Space in Language and Linguistics. Geographical, Interactional, and Cognitive Perspectives. De Gruyter: Berlin. 2013, pp.220-236.
  16. Proscovia Olango, Gosse Bouma, Geoffrey Andogah and John Nerbonne
    Effect of Document Enrichment on E-Learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 73, 2013. (Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Integrated Information (IC-ININFO 2012), Budapest, Aug. 30 – Sept. 3, 2012) pp.43-50. doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.02.017
  17. John Nerbonne, Sandrien van Ommen, Charlotte Gooskens and Martijn Wieling
    Measuring Socially Motivated Pronunciation Differences. In: Lars Borin and Anju Saxena (eds.) Approaches to Measuring Linguistic Differences. Mouton De Gruyter: Boston & Berlin. 2013. pp.107-140.
  18. Jelena Prokić and John Nerbonne
    Analyzing Dialects Biologically. In: Heiner Fangerau, Hans Geisler, Thorsten Halling, William Martin (eds.)Classification and Evolution in Biology, Linguistics and the History of Science. Concepts – Methods – Visualization , Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart. 2013. pp.149-161.
  19. Charlotte Gooskens, Renée van Bezooijen and John Nerbonne
    Perception of geographically conditioned linguistic variation. (Chap. 30) In: Frans Hinskens & Johan Taeldeman (eds.): Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation, Volume III: Dutch. (Series: Handbook of Linguistics and Communication Science (HSK)). Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter. 2013. pp.567-586. Comments welcome!
  20. Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    Dialectometry. (Chap. 33) In: Frans Hinskens & Johan Taeldeman (eds.): Language and Space. An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation, Volume III: Dutch. (Series: Handbook of Linguistics and Communication Science (HSK)). Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter. 2013. pp.624-646. Comments welcome!
  21. John Nerbonne, Sandrien van Ommen, Charlotte Gooskens, Leen Impe and Sebastian Kürschner
    A Corpus of Regional Dutch Speech. In: Charlotte Gooskens & Renée van Bezooijen (eds.) Phonetics in Europe. Perception and Production Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main. 2013. pp.205-232. Data available hier.
  22. Victor Santos, Marjolijn Verspoor & John Nerbonne
    Identifying Important Factors in Essay Grading Using Machine Learning In: Dina Tsagari, Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous, and Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou (eds.) International Experiences in Language Testing and Assessment. Selected Papers in Memory of Pavlos Pavlou , Peter Lang: Frankfurt. Language Testing and Evaluation, Vol. 28 ISBN: 978-3-631-62192-9. 2013. pp.295-309.
  23. Simonetta Montemagni, Martijn Wieling, Bob de Jonge and John Nerbonne
    Synchronic Patterns of Tuscan Phonetic Variation and Diachronic Change: Evidence from a Dialectometric Study. LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28(1), 2013, pp.157-172. doi:10.1093/llc/fqs057
  24. Lucija Šimičić, Peter Houtzagers, Anita Sujoldžić and John Nerbonne
    Diatopic Patterning of Croatian Varieties in the Adriatic Region. Journal of Slavic Linguistics, 21(2), Summer-Fall, 2013. pp. 259-301.
  25. Kristel Uiboaed, Cornelius Hasselblatt, Liina Lndström, Kadri Muischnek, and John Nerbonne
    Variation of Verbal Constructions in Estonian Dialects LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28(1), 2013, pp.42-62. doi:10.1093/llc/fqs053
  26. Martijn Wieling, Robert Shackleton, Jr.and John Nerbonne
    Analyzing Phonetic Variation in the Traditional English Dialects: Simultaneously Clustering Dialect and Phonetic Features. LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28(1), 2013, pp.31-41. doi:10.1093/llc/fqs047
  27. Esteve Valls, Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Linguistic Advergence and Divergence in Northwestern Catalan: A Dialectometric Investigation of Dialect Leveling and Border Effects. LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities28(1), 2013, pp.119-146. doi:10.1093/llc/fqs052
  28. 2012

  29. Martijn Wieling, Eliza Margaretha and John Nerbonne
    Inducing a Measure of Phonetic Similarity from Pronunciation Variation. In: Journal of Phonetics 40(2), Mar., 2012. pp.307-314.
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wocn.2011.12.004
  30. Jelena Prokić, Çağrı Çöltekin & John Nerbonne.
    Detecting Shibboleths . In: Miriam Butt & Jelena Prokić (eds.) Visualization of Language Patters and Uncovering Language History from Multilingual Resources. Workshop at the 13th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for computational Linguistics. Avignon, France. 2012. pp.72-80.
  31. Goeffrey Andogah, Gosse Bouma and John Nerbonne
    Every Document has a Geographical Scope. Data and Knowledge Engineering. (80?) Avail. online since 30 July 2012 (ScienceDirect). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.datak.2012.07.002
  32. Esteve Valls, John Nerbonne, Jelena Prokić, Martijn Wieling, Esteve Clua, & Maria-Rosa Lloret
    Applying the Levenshtein Distance to Catalan Dialects. A Brief Comparison of Two Dialectometric Approaches.. Verba. Anuario Galego de Filoloxía. 2012, 39: 35-61.
  33. Simonetta Montemagni, Martijn Wieling, Bob de Jonge and John Nerbonne
    Patterns of Language Variation and Underlying Linguistic Features: A New Dialectometric Approach. In: Patricia Bianchi, Nicola de Blasi, Chiara De Caprio, & Francesco Montuori (eds.) La variazione nell'italiano e nella sua storia. Varietà e varianti linguistiche e testuali 2012. Proceedings volume of Congresso della Società Internazionale di Linguistica e Filologia Italiana, (XI Congresso SILFI) Naples, Oct. 5-7, 2010.
  34. 2011

  35. Martijn Wieling, John Nerbonne and Harald Baayen
    (2011) Quantitative Social Dialectology: Explaining Linguistic Variation Geographically and Socially. PLoS ONE, 6(9): e23613. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0023613
  36. Martijn Wieling, Eliza Margaretha and John Nerbonne
    Inducing Phonetic Distances from Dialect Variation. CLIN Journal 1, 2011, pp.109-118.
  37. John Nerbonne
    Cognitive and Cultural Perspectives on Language. Tamás Bíró & Istvan Czachesz (eds.) Cognitive Science Perspective on Religion (In series Groningen Studies in Cultural Change). Leuven: Peeters. 2011, pp. 29-47. Comments welcome!
  38. John Nerbonne, Stef Grondelaers & Dirk Speelman
    Production, Perception and Attitude. Dialectologia. Special Issue II, (2011), pp.1-8. (Spec. Iss. Production, Perception and Attitude ed. by John Nerbonne, Stef Grondelaers, Dirk Speelman & Maria-Pilar Perea)
  39. John Nerbonne, Rinke Colen, Charlotte Gooskens, Peter Kleiweg and Therese Leinonen
    Gabmap — A Web Application for Dialectology. Dialectologia. Special Issue II, (2011), pp.65-89. (Spec. Iss. Production, Perception and Attitude ed. by John Nerbonne, Stef Grondelaers, Dirk Speelman & Maria-Pilar Perea)
  40. Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Measuring Linguistic Variation Commensurably. Dialectologia, Special Issue II, 2011, pp.141-162. (Spec. Iss. Production, Perception and Attitude ed. by John Nerbonne, Stef Grondelaers, Dirk Speelman & Maria-Pilar Perea)
  41. Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Bipartite spectral graph partitioning for clustering dialect varieties and detecting their linguistic features. Computer Speech and Language 25, 2011. 700-715. DOI:10.1016/j.csl.2010.05.004. Published online May 21, 2010.
  42. John Nerbonne, Bethany Nowviskie, Paul Spence & Paul Vetch
    Introduction to Digital Humanties 2010. LLC: Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 26(3), 2011. 253-256.
  43. Wybo Wiersma, John Nerbonne, and Timo Lauttamus
    Automatically Extracting Typical Syntactic Differences from Corpora. Literary and Linguistic Computing 26(1), 2011, 107-124. doi:10.1093/llc/fqq017. Published online Oct. 11, 2010. Comments welcome!
  44. 2010

  45. John Nerbonne
    Measuring the Diffusion of Linguistic Change In Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 365, 3821-3828. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2010.0048. Special issue papers from "Cultural and Linguistic Diversity", conference held at AHRC Centre for Evolution of Cultural Diversity, London, Dec. 9-13, 2008.
  46. John Nerbonne and Wilbert Heeringa
    Measuring Dialect Differences In: Jürgen Erich Schmidt and Peter Auer (eds.) Language and Space: Theories and Methods in series Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, Chap. 31, 2010, pp.550-567.
  47. Peter Houtzagers, John Nerbonne and Jelena Prokić
    Quantitative and Traditional Classifications of Bulgarian Dialects Compared .Scando-Slavica 59(2), 2010, pp.163-188.
  48. John Nerbonne
    Mapping Aggregate Variation In: Alfred Lameli, Ronald Kehrein and Stephan Rabanus (eds.) Language and Space. International Handbook of Linguistic Variation. Vol. 2 Langauge Mapping Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. 2010. Chap. 24. pp. 476-495, maps pp.2401-2406. (Series Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 30.2)
  49. John Nerbonne, Jelena Prokić, Martijn Wieling, & Charlotte Gooskens
    Some Further Dialectometrical Steps. In: G. Aurrekoetxea & J.L. Ormaetxea (eds.) Tools for Linguistic Variation Bilbao: Supplements of the Anuario de Filología Vasca "Julio Urquijo", XIII. 2010. 41-56.
  50. Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Hierarchical bipartite spectral graph partitioning to cluster dialect varieties and determine their most important linguistic features. TextGraphs-5 Workshop on Graph-Based Methods for Natural Language Processing 16. July, 2010. 33-41.
  51. Timo Lauttamus, John Nerbonne and Wybo Wiersma
    Filled Pauses as Evidence of L2 Proficiency: Finnish Australians Speaking English. In Barry Heselwood & Clive Upton (eds.) Proceedings of Methods XIII. Papers from the Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 2010. (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft 54). 240-251.
  52. Peter Nabende, Jörg Tiedemann, and John Nerbonne
    Pair Hidden Markov Model for Named Entity Matching. In Tarek Sobh (ed.) Innovations and Advances in Computer Sciences and Engineering Heidelberg:Springer. 2010. 497-502. ISBN 978-90-481-3657-5 (Print) 978-90-481-3658-2 (Online)
  53. John Nerbonne, Timo Lauttamus, Wybo Wiersma and Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen
    Applying Language Technology to Detect Shift Effects. In: Muriel Norde, Bob de Jonge and Cornelius Hasselblatt (eds.) Language Contact. New Perspectives Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2010. Series IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society pp.27-44. Comments welcome!
  54. Wilbert Heeringa, John Nerbonne and Petya Osenova
    Detecting Contact Effects in Pronunciation. In: Muriel Norde, Bob de Jonge and Cornelius Hasselblatt (eds.) Language Contact. New Perspectives Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2010. Series IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society pp. 131-154. Comments welcome!
  55. 2009

  56. John Nerbonne
    Data-Driven Dialectology Language and Linguistics Compass 3(1), 2009, 175-198. DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-818x2008.00114.x
  57. Marco René Spruit, Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    Associations among Linguistic Levels In: Lingua 119 (11, Spec. issue The Forests behind the Trees ed. by John Nerbonne and Franz Manni. pp. 1624-1642.
  58. Petya Osenova, Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    A Quantitative Analysis of Bulgarian Dialect Pronunciation. In Zeitschrift für slavische Philologie 66(2), 2009, 425-458. Comments welcome!
  59. Jelena Prokić, John Nerbonne, Vladimir Zhobov, Petya Osenova, Kiril Simov, Thomas Zastrow, & Erhard Hinrichs
    The Computational Analysis of Bulgarian Dialect Pronunciation In Serdica Journal of Computing 3(3). 2009. pp.269-298.
  60. Wilbert Heeringa, John Nerbonne and Peter Kleiweg
    De analyse van uitspraakverschillen in Nederlandse en Friese taalvariëteiten. In: Onno Boonstra & Anton Schurman (eds.) Tijd en Ruimte: Nieuwe Toepassingen van GIS in de α-Wetenschappen 2009, pp.88-101. Opmerkingen/Comments welkom/welcome!
  61. Wilbert Heeringa, Martijn Wieling, Boudewijn van den Berg and John Nerbonne
    A Quantitative Examination of variation in Low Saxon Morphology. In Alexandra Lenz, Charlotte Gooskens and Siemon Reker (eds.) Low Saxon Dialects across Borders--Niedersächsische Dialekte über Grenzen hinweg Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. pp.195-216.
  62. John Kizito, Ismail Fahmi, Erik Tjong Kim Sang, John Nerbonne and Gosse Bouma
    Computational Linguistics and History of Science In: Liborio Dibattista (ed.) Storia della Scienza e Linguistica Computationale (History of Science and Computational Linguistics) Milan: FrancoAngeli. pp.55-73.
  63. Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Bipartite Spectral Graph Partitioning to Co-Cluster Varieties and Sound Correspondences in Dialectology. In Monojit Choudhury, Sammer Hassan, Animesh Mukherjee, and Smaranda Muresan (eds.) Text Graphs 4, Workshop at the 47th Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Aug. 2009, Singapur. pp.14-22. Comments welcome!
  64. John Nerbonne
    Introduction to The Forests behind the Trees In: Lingua 119 (11) Spec. issue The Forests behind the Trees ed. by John Nerbonne and Franz Manni. pp. 1581-1588.
  65. John Nerbonne
    Review of Errors and Intelligence in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. Parsers and Pedagogues. by Trude Heift and Mathias Schulze. 2007. Routledge: New York. In: Literary and Linguistic Computing 24(2), 2009, pp.245-247. DOI:10.1093/llc/fqp004 Comments welcome.
  66. Jelena Prokić, Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Multiple Sequence Alignments in Linguistics. In Lars Borin & Prioska Lendvai (eds.) Language Technology and Resources for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education (LaTeCH - SHELT&R 2009) Workshop at the 12th Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Athens. 30 March 2009. 18-25. Comments welcome!
  67. Martijn Wieling, Jelena Prokić and John Nerbonne
    Evaluating the Pairwise String Alignments of Pronunciations. In Lars Borin & Prioska Lendvai (eds.) Language Technology and Resources for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education (LaTeCH - SHELT&R 2009) Workshop at the 12th Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Athens. 30 March 2009. 26-34. Comments welcome!
  68. John Nerbonne and Tim Van de Cruys
    Detecting Aspectual Relations Quantitatively . In: Erhard Hinrichs & John Nerbonne (eds.) Theory and Evidence in Semantics CSLI: Stanford. (Proceedings of a Symposium in honor of David Dowty) 2009. 159-182. Comments welcome!
  69. Erhard Hinrichs and John Nerbonne
    Introducing Theory and Evidence in Semantics . In: Erhard Hinrichs & John Nerbonne (eds.) Theory and Evidence in Semantics CSLI: Stanford. (Proceedings of a Symposium in honor of David Dowty) 2009, v-xx. Comments welcome!
  70. Svitlana Zinger, John Nerbonne, Lambert Schomaker.
    Text-image alignment for historical handwritten documents. In: Document Recognition and Retrieval XVI (DRR 2009). 16th Document Recognition and Retrieval Conference. Part of the IS&T-SPIE Electronic Imaging Symposium, San Jose, CA, USA, Jan. 18-22, 2009. doi:10.1117/12.805511
  71. 2008

  72. John Nerbonne, Charlotte Gooskens, Sebastian Kürschner, and Renée van Bezooijen
    Language Variation Studies and Computational Humanities. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, Special Issue on Language Variation ed. by John Nerbonne, Charlotte Gooskens, Sebastian Kürschner, and Renée van Bezooijen. 2008, pp.1-18. DOI: 10.13366/E1753854809000287
  73. John Nerbonne, Paul Heggarty, Roeland van Hout and David Robey
    Panel Discussion on Computing and the Humanities. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, Special Issue on Language Variation ed. by John Nerbonne, Charlotte Gooskens, Sebastian Kürschner, and Renée van Bezooijen. 2008. pp.19-37. DOI: 10.13366/E1753854809000299
  74. Jelena Prokić and John Nerbonne
    Recognizing Groups among Dialects. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, Special Issue on Language Variation ed. by John Nerbonne, Charlotte Gooskens, Sebastian Kürschner, and Renée van Bezooijen. 2008. pp.153-172. DOI: 10.13366/E1753854809000366
  75. Franz Manni, Wilbert Heeringa, Bruno Toupance and John Nerbonne
    Do Surname Differences Mirror Dialect Variation? In: Human Biology 80(1), Feb. 2008. 41-64.
  76. Geoffrey Andogah, Gosse Bouma, John Nerbonne and Elwin Koster
    Geographical Scope Resolution In: Methodologies and Resources for Processing Spatial Language, Workshop at the 6th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), Marrakech, Marocco. Paris: ELRA. May 26- June 1, 2008. 4-10. (ISBN 2-9517408-4-0)
  77. Raphael Aregu, Martin Bagaya and John Nerbonne
    An ICT-Based Digital Content Information Access Framework in Developing Countries: the Case of Agricultural Informatics Access and Management in Uganda In Paul Cunningham and Miriam Cunningham (eds.) IST Africa 2008 Conference Proceedings ISBN: 978-1-905824-07-6 Windhoek, Namibia. 7-9 May 2008.
  78. John Nerbonne, Peter Kleiweg, Wilbert Heeringa and Franz Manni
    Projecting Dialect Differences to Geography: Bootstrap Clustering vs. Noisy Clustering. In: Christine Preisach, Lars Schmidt-Thieme, Hans Burkhardt & Reinhold Decker (eds.) Data Analysis, Machine Learning, and Applications. Proc. of the 31st Annual Meeting of the German Classification Society Berlin: Springer. 2008. 647-654. (Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization) Comments welcome!
  79. John Nerbonne
    Variation in the Aggregate: An Alternative Perspective for Variationist Linguistics. In: Kees Dekker, Alasdair MacDonald and Hermann Niebaum (eds.) Northern Voices: Essays on Old Germanic and Related Topics offered to Professor Tette Hofstra Leuven: Peeters, 2008. 365-382.
  80. 2007

  81. John Nerbonne
    Crosstalk in Humanities Computing. In: International Journal for Humanities and Arts Computing, 1(2), 2007, 85-97.
  82. John Nerbonne
    The Exact Analysis of Text Foreword to the 3rd edition of Frederick Mosteller and David Wallace Inference and Disputed Authorship: The Federalist Papers CSLI: Stanford, 2007, xi-xx.
  83. Martijn Wieling, Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    An Aggregate Analysis of Pronunciation in the Goeman-Taeldeman-van Reenen-Project Data. In Taal en Tongval 59(1), 2007. 84-116. Comments welcome!
  84. Timo Lauttamus, John Nerbonne and Wybo Wiersma
    Detecting Syntactic Contamination in Emigrants: The English of Finnish Australians. In SKY Journal of Linguistics 21, 2007, 273-307. SKY (Suomen kielitieteellisen yhdistyksen aikakauskirja) is the Journal of the Linguistic Association of Finland. Comments welcome!
  85. John Nerbonne and Wilbert Heeringa
    Geographic Distributions of Linguistic Variation Reflect Dynamics of Differentiation. In Sam Featherston and Wolfgang Sternefeld (eds.) Roots: Linguistics in Search of its Evidential Base Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 2007, 267-297. Comments welcome!
  86. Jens Moberg, Charlotte Gooskens, John Nerbonne and Nathan Vaillette
    Conditional Entropy Measures Intelligibility among Related Languages. In: Peter Dirix, Ineke Schuurman, Vincent Vandeghinste & Frank Van Eynde (eds.) Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006: Selected papers from the 17th CLIN Meeting Utrecht: LOT, 2007. 51-66. Comments welcome!
  87. Bart Alewijnse, John Nerbonne, Lolke van der Veen, and Franz Manni
    A Computational Analysis of Gabon Varieties In Petya Osenova et al. (ed.) Proceedings of the RANLP Workshop on Computational Phonology Workshop at the conference Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing Borovetz, 2007. pp.3-12. Comments welcome!
  88. Jakeline Benavides and John Nerbonne
    Approaching Quantitative Accuracy in Early Dutch City Maps In: Alexandr Borodko et al. (eds.) Proceedings of XXIII International Cartographic Conference. 4-10 August 2007 Moscow ISBN 978-5-9901203-1-0 (CD-ROM)
  89. René van der Ark, Philippe Mennecier, John Nerbonne, and Franz Manni
    Preliminary Identification of Language Groups and Loan Words in Central Asia In Petya Osenova et al. (ed.) Proceedings of the RANLP Workshop on Computational Phonology Workshop at the conference Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing Borovetz, 2007. pp.13-20. Comments welcome!
  90. Martijn Wieling and John Nerbonne
    Dialect Pronunciation Comparison and Spoken Word Recognition In Petya Osenova et al. (ed.) Proceedings of the RANLP Workshop on Computational Phonology Workshop at the conference Recent Advances in Natural Language Phonology Borovetz, 2007. pp. 71-78. Comments welcome!
  91. Tim Dorscheidt, Nicola Valchev, Terence van Zoelen and John Nerbonne
    Minimal Generalization of Dutch Diminutives In Petya Osenova et al. (ed.) Proceedings of the RANLP Workshop on Computational Phonology Workshop at the conference Recent Advances in Natural Language Phonology Borovetz, 2007. pp. 21-32. Comments welcome!
  92. John Nerbonne and Peter Kleiweg
    Toward a Dialectological Yardstick. In: Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 14(2), 2007, 148-167.
  93. Wilbert Heeringa, John Nerbonne, Renée van Bezooijen, and Marco René Spruit
    Geografie en inwoneraantallen als verklarende factoren voor variatie in het Nederlandse dialectgebied In: Nederlandse Taal- en Letterenkunde 123, 2007. 70-82. Comments welcome!
  94. John Nerbonne, T.Mark Ellison and Grzegorz Kondrak
    Computing and Historical Phonology. In: John Nerbonne, Mark Ellison and Greg Kondrak (eds.) Computing and Historical Phonology: 9th Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group for Computational Morphology and Phonology Workshop at ACL Prague, 2007. 1-5. Comments welcome!
  95. Martijn Wieling, Therese Leinonen and John Nerbonne
    Inducing Sound Segment Differences using Pair Hidden Markov Models. In: John Nerbonne, Mark Ellison and Greg Kondrak (eds.) Computing and Historical Phonology: 9th Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group for Computational Morphology and Phonology Workshop at ACL Prague, 2007. 48-56. Comments welcome!
  96. John Nerbonne, T.Mark Ellison and Grzegorz Kondrak (eds.)
    Computing and Historical Phonology. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group for Computational Morphology and Phonology Workshop at ACL Prague, 2007.
  97. John Nerbonne
    Review of April McMahon & Robert McMahon Language Classification by the Numbers. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2005, xvii + 265 pp. In Linguistic Typology 11, 2007. 425-436.
  98. Jens Moberg, Charlotte Gooskens, & John Nerbonne
    Conditional Entropy as a Model of Comprehension Ease between Related Languages Poster presented at Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006, Leuven, Jan. 12, 2007.
  99. Svitlana Zinger, John Nerbonne, Lambert Schomaker and Henny van Schie.
    Content-based text line comparison for historical document retrieval. In: Petya Osenova et al. (eds.) International Workshop Computational Phonology, held in conj. with International Conference. Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, 79-84. 2007.

    2006

  100. John Nerbonne & William Kretschmar, Jr.
    Progress in Dialectometry: Toward Explanation. In Literary and Linguistic Computing 21(4), 2006. 387-298. (J.Nerbonne & W.Kretzschmar, Jr. (eds.) Progress in Dialectometry: Toward Explanation) Comments welcome!
  101. John Nerbonne
    Identifying Linguistic Structure in Aggregate Comparison. In Literary and Linguistic Computing 21(4), 2006. 463-476. (J.Nerbonne & W.Kretzschmar, Jr. (eds.) Progress in Dialectometry: Toward Explanation) Comments welcome!
  102. Franz Manni, Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    To what Extent are Surnames Words? Comparing Geographic Patterns of Surnames and Dialect Variation in the Netherlands. In Literary and Linguistic Computing 21(4), 2006. 507-528. (J.Nerbonne & W.Kretzschmar, Jr. (eds.) Progress in Dialectometry: Toward Explanation). Comments welcome!
  103. Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    De analyse van taalvariatie in het Nederlandse dialectgebied: methoden en resultaten op basis van lexicon en uitspraak. In: Nederlandse Taalkunde 11(3), 2006. 218-257. Comments welcome!
  104. John Nerbonne & Erhard Hinrichs
    Linguistic Distances. In: J.Nerbonne & E.Hinrichs (eds.) Linguistic Distances Workshop at the joint conference of International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics, Sydney, July, 2006. 1-6.
  105. Wilbert Heeringa & Peter Kleiweg & Charlotte Gooskens & John Nerbonne
    Evaluation of String Distance Algorithms for Dialectology. In: J.Nerbonne & E.Hinrichs (eds.) Linguistic Distances Workshop at the joint conference of International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics, Sydney, July, 2006. 51-62.
  106. John Nerbonne & Wybo Wiersma
    A Measure of Aggregate Syntactic Distance. In: J.Nerbonne & E.Hinrichs (eds.) Linguistic Distances Workshop at the joint conference of International Committee on Computational Linguistics and the Association for Computational Linguistics, Sydney, July, 2006. 82-90.
  107. Sveta Zinger, John Nerbonne, Lambert Schomaker and Henny van Schie
    Catch project Scratch: Script Analysis Tools for Cultural Heritage. Statistics on Queries and Line Matching. Poster presented at SIREN (Scientific ICT Event Netherlands) Utrecht, 12 Oct. 2006.
  108. 2005

  109. John Nerbonne und Christine Siedle
    Dialektklassifikation auf der Grundlage Aggregierter Ausspracheunterschiede. In: Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 72(2), 2005, 129-147.
  110. John Nerbonne
    Linguistic Challenges for Computationalists In: Galia Angelova, Kalina Bontcheva, Ruslan Mitkov, Nicolas Nicolov, Nicolai Nicolov (eds.) International Conference. Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing. Proceedings. Borovets, Bulgaria. 21-23 Sept. 2005, 5-13.
  111. John Nerbonne.
    Computational Contributions to Humanities. Text of the invited plenary lecture to the joint conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and The Association for Linguistic and Literary Computing, June 11, 2004, Gothenburg, Sweden. In Linguistic and Literary Computing 20(1), 2005, 25-40.
  112. John Nerbonne.
    Review of Jonathan Ginzburg and Ivan Sag Interrogative Investigations: The Form, Meaning and Use of English Interrogatives. Stanford: CSLI. 359pp. In Language 81(4), 2005. 989-992.
  113. 2004

  114. John Nerbonne and Stasinos Konstantopoulos.
    Phonotactics in Inductive Logic Programming. In: Mieczyslaw A. Klopotek, Slawomir T. Wierzchon, and Krzysztof Trojanowski (eds.) Intelligent Information Processing and Web Mining. Proceedings of the International IIS: IIPWM´04 Conference held in Zakopane, Poland, May 17-20, 2004. Advances in Soft Computing. Berlin: Springer. 493-502.
  115. Balázs Kis, Begoña Villada, Gosse Bouma, Gábor Ugray, Tamás Bíró, Gábor Pohl and John Nerbonne
    A New Approach to the Corpus-based Statistical Investigation of Hungarian Multi-Word Lexemes. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation Lisbon, Portugal, May 26-28, 2004. 1677-1681.
  116. Peter Kleiweg, John Nerbonne and Leonie Bosveld
    Geographic Projection of Cluster Composites. In: Alan Blackwell, Kim Marriott and Atsushi Shimojima (eds.)Diagrammatic Representation and Inference. Third International Conference, Diagrams 2004. Cambridge, UK, March 2004 Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2980. Springer, Berlin. 2004. 392-394.
  117. John Nerbonne and Ivilin Stoianov
    Learning Phonotactics with Simple Processors. In: Dicky Gilbers, Maartje Schreuder and Nienke Knevel (eds.)On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics CLCG: Groningen, 2004, pp.89-121.
  118. Balázs Kis, Begoña Villada Moirón, Gosse Bouma, Tamás Bíró, Gábor Pohl, Gábor Ugray, and John Nerbonne
    Methods for the Extraction of Hungarian Multi-Word Lexemes. In: Bart Decadt, Veronique Hoste, Guy De Pauw (eds.) Proceedings of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2004. pp.47--62.
  119. 2003

  120. John Nerbonne and William Kretzschmar
    Introducing Computational Methods in Dialectometry In: John Nerbonne and William Kretzschmar (eds.) Computational Methods in Dialectometry. Special issue of Computers and the Humanities, 37(3), 2003, 245-255.
  121. John Nerbonne and Peter Kleiweg
    Lexical Distance in LAMSAS. In: John Nerbonne and William Kretzschmar (eds.) Computational Methods in Dialectometry Special issue of Computers and the Humanities, 37(3), 2003, 339-357.
  122. John Nerbonne
    Linguistic Variation and Computation. In: Proceedings of the 10th Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics April, 2003. pp.3-10.
  123. 2002

  124. John Nerbonne
    Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Natural Language Processing. In: Ruslan Mitkov (ed.) Handbook of Computational Linguistics Oxford University Press, 2002, pp.670-698.
  125. Wilbert Heeringa, John Nerbonne and Peter Kleiweg
    Validating Dialect Comparison Methods. In: Wolgang Gaul and Gerd Ritter (eds.) Classification, Automation, and New Media. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Klassifikation, University of Passau, Springer: Heidelberg. 2002, pp.445-452.
  126. 2001

  127. John Nerbonne, Anja Belz, Nicola Cancedda, Alexander Clark, Hervé Déjean, James Hammerton, Rob Koeling, Stasinos Konstantopoulos, Miles Osborne, Franck Thollard, and Erik Tjong Kim Sang
    Learning Computational Grammars. In: Conference on Natural Language Learning 2001 ACL: Toulouse. pp.97-104.
  128. John Nerbonne, Peter Kleiweg, Petra Smit, Edwin Kuipers and Duco Dokter
    A Web-Based Foreign Language Assistant. In: Marcel Bax and Jan-Wouter Zwarts (eds.) Essays in Language, Language Education, and the History of Linguistics in Honour of Arthur van Essen, Amsterdam and Phildelphia: John Benjamins. 2001. pp.341-348. This work was revised by Peter Kleiweg. Notes on the second implementation are available here
  129. Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne
    Dialect Areas and Dialect Continua. In: Language Variation and Change 13, 2001, pp.375-400.
  130. John Nerbonne and Wilbert Heeringa
    Computational Comparison and Classification of Dialects In: Dialectologia et Geolinguistica 9, 2001, pp.69-83.
  131. John Nerbonne.
    Review of Stefan Müller Deutsche Syntax deklarativ: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar für das Deutsche. Max Niemeyer Verlag, Tuebingen. Linguistische Arbeiten 394. In Journal of Germanic Linguistics 13, 2001, pp.88-96.
  132. 2000

  133. Erik Tjong Kim Sang and John Nerbonne.
    Learning the Logic of Simple Phonotactics. In: James Cussens and Saso Dzeroski (eds.) Learning Language in Logic. Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. New York and Berlin: Springer, 2000, pp. 110-126.
  134. John Nerbonne.
    Review of Robert A. Wilson and Frank C. Keil (eds.) The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences In Computational Linguistics 26(3), 2000, pp. 463-467.
  135. John Nerbonne.
    Parallel Texts in Computer-Assisted Language Learning In Jean Veronis (ed.) Parallel Text Processing Kluwer, Dordrecht and Boston. 2000. pp.354-369.
  136. Wilbert Heeringa, John Nerbonne, Hermann Niebaum, Rogier Nieuweboer and Peter Kleiweg.
    Dutch-German Contact in and around Bentheim
    In: Dicky Gilbers, John Nerbonne and Jos Schaeken (eds.) Languages in Contact. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 28, Rodopi, Amsterdam and Atlanta GA, 2000, pp. 145-156.
  137. Wilbert Heeringa and John Nerbonne.
    Change, Convergence and Divergence among Dutch and Frisian
    In: Philologia Frisica Anno 1999. Lêzingen fan it fyftjinde Frysk filologekongres, Fryske Akademy, Ljouwert, 2000, pp.88-109.
  138. John Nerbonne and Tony Mullen.
    Null-headed nominals in German and English In: Frank van Eynde, Ineke Schuurman and Ness Schelkens (eds.) Proc. of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998. 2000, pp.143-64.
  139. Ivelin Stoianov and John Nerbonne.
    Exploring Phonotactics with Simple Recurrent Networks In: Frank van Eynde, Ineke Schuurman and Ness Schelkens (eds.) Proc. of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998. 2000, pp.51-67.
  140. Peter Kleiweg and John Nerbonne.
    An FGREP Investigation into Phonotactics In: Frank van Eynde, Ineke Schuurman and Ness Schelkens (eds.) Proc. of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998. 2000, pp.~37-50.
  141. 1999

  142. John Nerbonne with Wilbert Heeringa and Peter Kleiweg
    Edit Distance and Dialect Proximity. In: David Sankoff and Joseph Kruskal (eds.) Time Warps, String Edits and Macromolecules: The Theory and Practice of Sequence Comparison 1999, Stanford: CSLI Press, pp.v-xv.
  143. Erik F. Tjong Kim Sang and John Nerbonne.
    Learning Simple Phonotactics. In: C. Lee Giles and Ron Sun (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Neural, Symbolic, and Reinforcement Methods for Sequence Processing, ML2 workshop at IJCAI'99 , 1999. pp.41-46
  144. Ivelin Stoianov, Laurie Stowe and John Nerbonne.
    Connectionist Learning to Read Aloud and Correlation to Human Data. In: 21st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, Canada, London: Lawrence Eurlbaum Ass. 1999. pp. 706-711,
  145. John Nerbonne and Duco Dokter.
    An Intelligent Word-Based Language Learning Assistant In: Traitement Automatique des Langages 40(1), 1999, pp.125-142. Special Issue on Multilinguality edited by Remi Zajac.
  146. John Nerbonne, Wilbert Heeringa and Peter Kleiweg.
    Comparison and Classification of Dialects. In: Proc. of 9th Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Bergen, 1999, pp.281-282.
  147. 1998

  148. John Nerbonne and Wilbert Heeringa
    Computationele vergelijking en classificatie van dialecten In: Taal en Tongval, 50(2), 1998, pp.164-193.
  149. John Nerbonne, Duco Dokter and Petra Smit.
    Morphological Processing and Computer-Assisted Language Learning In: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 11(5), 1998, pp.421-37. Special Issue on French edited by Michael Zock.
  150. Ivelin Stoianov, Huub Bouma and John Nerbonne
    Modeling the Phonotactic Structure of Natural Language Words with Simple Recurrent Networks, In: Peter-Arno Coppen, Hans van Halteren and Lisanne Teunissen (eds.) Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1998. Series: Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 25, pp.77-95.
  151. John Nerbonne, Sake Jager and Arthur van Essen.
    Introduction. In: Sake Jager, John Nerbonne and Arthur van Essen (eds.) Language Teaching and Language Technology. , Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1998, 1-10.
  152. Duco Dokter and John Nerbonne.
    A Session with Glosser-RuG. In: Sake Jager, John Nerbonne and Arthur van Essen (eds.) Language Teaching and Language Technology. , Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1998, 88-94.
  153. Duco Dokter, John Nerbonne, Lily Schurcks-Grozeva and Petra Smit.
    Glosser-RuG: A User Study. In: Sake Jager, John Nerbonne and Arthur van Essen (eds.) Language Teaching and Language Technology. , Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1998, 167-176.
  154. John Nerbonne.
    Introduction to John Nerbonne (ed.) Linguistic Databases. Stanford: CSLI, 1998, 1-12.
  155. 1997

  156. Duco Dokter and John Nerbonne.
    Applied NLP for Language Learning. In: Kris van Marcke and Walter Daelemans (eds.) Proc. of the 9th Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence , Antwerp, 1997, 501-04.
  157. John Nerbonne and Wilbert Heeringa.
    Measuring Dialect Distance Phonetically In: John Coleman (ed.) Workshop on Computational Phonology. Special Interest Group of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Madrid, 1997, 11-18.
  158. John Nerbonne, Lauri Karttunen, Elena Paskaleva, Gabor Proszeky, and Tiit Roosmaa.
    Reading More into Foreign Languages In The Fifth Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing Washington, 1997.
  159. 1996

  160. John Nerbonne and Petra Smit.
    GLOSSER-RuG: In Support of Reading In: COLING '96 830-35.
  161. John Nerbonne, Wilbert Heeringa, Eric van den Hout, Peter van de Kooi, Simone Otten and Willem van de Vis.
    Phonetic Distance between Dutch Dialects.
    In: G.Durieux, W.Daelemans, & S.Gillis (eds.) CLIN VI: Proc. of the Sixth CLIN Meeting. Antwerp, Centre for Dutch Language and Speech (UIA), 1996. 185-202.
  162. 1995

  163. John Nerbonne.
    Computational Semantics--Linguistics and Processing.
    In Shalom Lappin (ed.) Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory London: Blackwell Publishers. 1995. 461-484.
  164. John Nerbonne.
    Nominal Comparatives and Generalized Quantifiers
    in Journal of Logic, Language and Information 4, 1995. 273-300. First appeared as "A Semantics for Nominal Comparatives" In: Paul Dekker and Martin Stokhof (eds.)
    Proceedings of the 9th Amsterdam Colloquium Amsterdam: ILLC, 1994. 487-506.
  165. 1994

  166. Gosse Bouma and John Nerbonne.
    Lexicons for Feature-Based Systems.
    In Harald Trost (ed.) KONVENS '94 Berlin: Springer. 1994. 42-51.
  167. John Nerbonne.
    Partial Verb Phrases and Spurious Ambiguities.
    In John Nerbonne, Klaus Netter and Carl Pollard (eds.) German Grammar in HPSG Stanford: CSLI, 1994. pp.109-150.
  168. John Nerbonne.
    Review of Michael Rosner and Rod Johnson (eds.) Computational Linguistics and Formal Semantics. In Computational Linguistics 21(1), 1994. pp.131-36.

    1993

  169. Hans-Ulrich Krieger, Hannes Pirker and John Nerbonne.
    Feature Based Allomorphy.
    31st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Columbus. 1993. pp.140-47.
  170. John Nerbonne.
    Natural Language Interfaces and the Turing Test.
    In Franciska M.G. de Jong and Anton Nijholt Natural Language Interfaces: From Laboratory to Commercial and User Environment 1993, Twente, pp. 15-21.
  171. John Nerbonne.
    Review of Words and Worlds by Richard Matthews.
    In Kritikon Litterarum 20(1/2), 1993. pp. 88-91.
  172. John Nerbonne.
    A Feature-Based Syntax/Semantics Interface.
    In Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence , 8, 1993. 107-132. Special issue on Mathematics of Language edited by Alexis Manaster-Ramer and Wlodek Zadrozsny, selected from the 2nd Conference on Mathematics of Language. Also published as DFKI Research Report RR-92-42.
  173. John Nerbonne, Joachim Laubsch, Abdel Kader Diagne and Stephan Oepen.
    Software for Applied Semantics.
    In Chu-Ren Huang, Claire Hsun-hui Chang, Keh-jiann Chen and Cheng-Hui Liu (eds.)
    Proceedings of Pacific Asia Conference on Formal and Compuational Linguistics 1993. pp.35-56.
    Distributed earlier as "Natural Language Semantics and Compiler Technology", DFKI Research Report RR-92-55.
  174. Hans-Ulrich Krieger and John Nerbonne
    Feature-Based Inheritance Networks for Computational Lexicons,
    In Ted Briscoe, Valeria de Paiva and Ann Copestake (eds.) Inheritance, Defaults and the Lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993, pp.90-136 Also available as DFKI Research Report RR-91-31.
  175. John Nerbonne, Klaus Netter, Abdel Kader Diagne, Judith Klein and Ludwig Dickmann.
    A Diagnostic Tool for German Syntax. In Machine Translation 8, 1993, pp. 85-107. Special Issue on Evaluation ed. by Douglas Arnold & Louisa Sadler. Earlier version in Jeanette Neal (ed.), Proc. ACL Workshop on Evaluation of NLP Systems. 1991, pp. 79-98. Also available as DFKI Research Report RR-91-18.

    1992

  176. John Nerbonne.
    Constraint-Based Semantics.
    In: Paul Dekker and Martin Stokhof (eds.) Proceedings of the Eighth Amsterdam Colloquium Amsterdam, Institute for Logic, Language and Information. 1992. pp.425-444. Reprinted in Keh-jiann Chen and Chu-Ren Huang (eds.) Proceedings of Republic of China Computational Linguistics Conference VI , Taipei, 1993. pp. 35-56. Also available as DFKI Research Report RR-92-18.
  177. Kader Abdel Diagne and John Nerbonne.
    Flexible Semantics Communication in Integrated Speech/Language Architectures. In: Gunter Gorz (ed.) Proc. of KONVENZ 92, 1992, pp. 348-352.
  178. Dan Flickinger and John Nerbonne. Inheritance and Complementation: A Case Study of Easy Adjectives and Related Nouns. In Computational Linguistics 19(3), 1992. pp.269-309 Special issue on Inheritance and Natural Language Processing, Walter Dalemans and Gerald Gazdar (eds.). First appeared as DFKI Research Report RR-91-30.
    Also available: BibTeX Entry

    Everything below here is sporadic (pre-web, mostly scans)

    1989

  179. Lewis G. Creary, J. Mark Gawron and John Nerbonne.
    Reference to Locations.
    In: Proceedings of the 27th Ann. Meeting of the ACL Vancouver, 1989. pp.42-50.

  180. 1988

  181. John Nerbonne.
    Twenty Years of Wechselbeziehung
    In: Richard Matthews & Joachim Schmole-Rostosky (eds.) Papers on Language and Mediaeval Studies Presented to Alfred Schopf Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1988. pp.285-300.

  182. 1987

  183. Dan Flickinger, John Nerbonne, Ivan Sag and Tom Wasow.
    Toward Evaluation of NLP Systems.
    In: Presented at ACL Workshop on Evalution, 1987, and at DARPA Workshop on Evalution, Wayne Pennsylvania, 1989.


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