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Forthcoming in Computational Linguistics Vol. 45, No. 3, September 2019
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Contextualized Translations of Phrasal Verbs with Distributional Compositional Semantics and Monolingual Corpora
Pablo Gamallo, Susana Sotelo, José Ramom Pichel, Mikel Artetxe
Watset: Local-Global Graph Clustering with Applications in Sense and Frame Induction
Dmitry Ustalov, Alexander Panchenko, Chris Biemann, Simone Paolo Ponzetto
Evaluating Computational Language Models with Scaling Properties of Natural Language
Shuntaro Takahashi, Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii
Taking MT Evaluation Metrics to Extremes: Beyond Correlation with Human Judgments
Marina Fomicheva, Lucia Specia
Modeling Language Variation and Universals: A Survey on Typological Linguistics for Natural Language Processing
Edoardo Maria Ponti, Helen O’Horan, Yevgeni Berzak, Ivan Vulic, Roi Reichart, Thierry Poibeau, Ekaterina Shutova, Anna Korhonen
Argumentation Mining by Manfred Stede, Jodi Schneider