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Joint Human Language Technology Conference/Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics


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Acoustic modeling
Audio and video retrieval
Cognitive modeling
Content-based/collaborative information filtering
Corpora and treebanks
Cross-language information retrieval
Discriminative training
Distributed information retrieval
Evaluation metrics and methodologies
Grammar development and engineering
Grammar extraction and induction
Grammar formalisms
Human/machine dialogue systems
Human/human conversation and meeting processing
Inference and entailment
Information extraction
Information retrieval models
Interactive/Personalized information retrieval
Intranet/Enterprise Search
Knowledge acquisition
Language identification
Language modeling
Language resources
Learning techniques for language processing
Lexical acquisition
Lexical/Pronunciation modeling
Lexical semantics
Machine translation
Mathematical models of language
Multi-lingual generation
Multi-lingual resources
Multi-lingual speech recognition
Multi-word expressions/collocations
Multimodal representations and processing
Natural language interfaces
NLP applications
Ontology learning
Question answering
Rich transcription
Semantic distance
Semantic role labeling
Sentiment analysis
Surface realization
NLP/IR applications (e.g., bioinforamtics)
Speech generation
Speech mining
Speech recognition
Speech summarization
Speech-based interfaces
Spoken language understanding
Text alignment
Text categorization and clustering
Text generation
Text/Web mining
Text planning
Text representation
Text summarization
Topic detection and tracking
Unsupervised learning
Web information retrieval
Web technology
Word sense disambiguation

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