DFKI-LT - Dissertation Series

Saarbrücken Dissertations in Computational Linguistics and Language Technology is a series in which outstanding doctoral dissertations are published, which have been submitted at the Computational Linguistics and Phonetics Department of the Saarland University or which have been developed in the context of the Language Technology Lab at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI).

Vol.: XL - Magdalena A. Wolska
Students' language in computer-assisted tutoring of mathematical proofs

Vol.: XXXIX - Tina Kluewer
Social Talk Capabilities for Dialogue Systems

Vol.: XXXVIII - Sven Schmeier
Exploratory Search on Mobile Devices

Vol.: XXXVII - Alexander Volokh
Performance-Oriented Dependency Parsing

Vol.: XXXVI - Hendrik Zender
Situated Production and Understanding of Verbal References to Entities in Large-Scale Space

Vol.: XXXV - Bart Cramer
Improving the feasibility of preceision-oriented HPSG parsing

Vol.: XXXIV - Mark Buckley
Modelling solution step discussions in tutorial dialogue

Vol.: XXXIII - Rui Wang
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Approaches to Recognizing Textual Entailment

Vol.: XXXII - Hagen Fürstenau
Semi-supervised Semantic Role Labeling via Graph Alignment

Vol.: XXXI - Stephan Walter
Definitionsextraktion aus Urteilstexten

Vol.: XXX - Rebecca Dridan
Using lexical statistics to improve HPSG parsing

Vol.: XXIX - Aljoscha Burchardt
Modeling Textual Entailment with Role-Semantic Information

Vol.: XXVIII - Verena Rieser
Bootstrapping Reinforcement Learning-based Dialogue Strategies from Wizard-of-Oz data

Vol.: XXVII - Stefan Thater
Minimal Recursion Semantics as Dominance Constraints: Graph-Theoretic Foundation and Application to Grammar Engineering

Vol.: XXVI - Núria Bertomeu Castelló
A Memory and Attention-Based Approach to Fragment Resolution and its Application in a Question Answering System

Vol.: XXV - Yi Zhang
Robust Deep Linguistic Processing

Vol.: XXIV - Fei-Yu Xu
Bootstrapping Relation Extraction from Semantic Seeds

Vol.: XXIII - Gerhard Fliedner
Linguistically Informed Question Answering

Vol.: XXII - Ulrich Schaefer
Integrating Deep and Shallow Natural Language Processing Components - Representations and Hybrid Architectures

Vol.: XXI - Sebastian Pado
Cross-Lingual Annotation Projection Models for Role-Semantic Information

Vol.: XX - Péter Dienes
Statistical parsing with non-local dependencies

Vol.: XIX - Malte Gabsdil
Automatic Classification of Speech Recognition Hypotheses Using Acoustic and Pragmatic Features

Vol.: XVIII - Elena Karagjosova
The Meaning and Function of German Modal Particles

Vol.: XVII - Hui Xu
Topic Structure and Anaphora in Chinese

Vol.: XVI - Andrea Kowalski
Nichtlokale semantische Phänomene: Fokus-Hintergrund-Struktur und Ausnahmephrasen im Deutschen

Vol.: XV - Berthold Crysmann
Constraint-based Coanalysis: Portuguese cliticisation and morphology-syntax interaction in HPSG

Vol.: XIV - Katrin Erk
Parallelism Constraints in Underspecified Semantics

Vol.: XIII - Silvia Hansen
The Nature of Translated Text: An Interdisciplinary Methodology for the Investigation of the Specific Properties of Translations

Vol.: XII - Johannes Bos
Underspecification and Resolution in Discourse Semantics

Vol.: XI - Sabine Lehmann
Towards a Theory of Syntactic Phenomena

Vol.: X - Wojciech Skut
Partial Parsing for Corpus Annotation and Text Processing

Vol.: IX - Sonja Müller-Landmann
Corpus-based Parse Pruning: Applying Empirical Data to Symbolic Knowledge

Vol.: VIII - Susanna Kuschert
Dynamic Meaning and Accomodation

Vol.: VII - Brigitte Krenn
The Usual Suspects: Data-Oriented Models for Identification and Representation of Lexical Collocations

Vol.: VI - Thorsten Brants
Tagging and Parsing with Cascaded Markov Models - Automation of Corpus Annotation

Vol.: V - Tania Avgustinova
Word Order and Clitics in Bulgarian

Vol.: IV - Gregor Erbach
Bottom-Up Earley Deduction for Preference-Driven Natural Language Processing

Vol.: III - Klaus Netter
Functional Categories in an HPSG for German

Vol.: II - Hans-Ulrich Krieger
TDL - A Type Description Language for Constraint-Based Grammars. Foundations, Implementation, and Applications

Vol.: I - Günter Neumann
Uniform Computational Model for Natural Language Parsing and Generation