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by Arthur van Essen,Sake Jager,John Nerbonne

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ISBN:
9026515146
Author:
Arthur van Essen,Sake Jager,John Nerbonne
Category:
Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (January 1, 1998)
Pages:
242 pages
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The book contains writings on pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, testing, distance learning and user studies.

Our results are that, on average, transductive auxiliary task self-training improves absolute accuracy by up to . 6% over the pure multi-task model for dependency relation tagging and by up to 1. 3% for semantic tagging. In this paper, we show how this task can benefit from an efficient algorithm, based on hashing representations, which enables it to be deployed on high intensity data streams. We demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach on four real world news streams, compare it with standard approaches, and describe a new online demonstration based on this technology.

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Sake Jager, John Nerbonne and Arthur van Essen (eds). Swets & Zeitlinger, 1998. ISBN 90-265-1514-6 (hardback).

Arthur Van Essen, Sake Jager, John Nerbonne. The book contains writings on pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, testing, distance learning and user studies.

The book contains writings on pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, testing, distance learning and user studies. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: FOR000000.

Sake Jager, John Nerbonne and Arthur van Essen (eds). MAYUMI MASUKO a1 a1 Waseda University; e-mail: [email protected] ionoflemmatization given an inflected word, find its lemma (dictionary form) syntactic categorisation (also known as" Part-of-Speech (POS) Disambiguation"). Given a word in context, what is its syntactic category?

Arthur van Essen, Sake Jager, John Nerbonne.

This text assesses the importance of language technology to increasingly popular computer-assisted language learning work. The book contains writings on pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, testing, distance learning and user studies.