Herr Prof. Dr.

Jonas Kuhn

Lehrstuhl Grundlagen der Computerlinguistik, Geschäftführender Direktor des IMS
Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Grundlagen der Computerlinguistik

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papers 2008-1994

 

 2008

 

  • Bouma, Gerlof, Jonas Kuhn, Bettina Schrader und Kathrin Spreyer:
    Parallel LFG Grammars on Parallel Corpora: a Base for Practical Triangulation.

    In Proceedings of the LFG 2008 Conference, Sydney, Australia. [pdf]
  • Spreyer, Kathrin, Jonas Kuhn und Bettina Schrader:
    Identification of Comparable Argument-Head Relations in Parallel Corpora.

    In Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), May 2008, Marrakesh, Morocco. [pdf]

 2007

 

  • Interfaces in Constraint-based Theories of Grammar.
    In G. Ramchand and C. Reiss (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Interfaces. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 613--649.
  • Optimality in Analysis, Generation, and Learning: Towards a Robust Computational Architecture for Corpus-based Studies of Syntax.
    In G. Bouma, I. Krämer and J. Zwarts (Eds.), Cognitive Foundations of Interpretation. KNAW publications. [pdf]
  • Mark Hopkins and Jonas Kuhn:
    Machine Translation as Tree Labeling.

    In Proceedings of NAACL-HLT/AMTA Workshop on Syntax and Structure in Machine Translation 2007, Rochester, NY. [pdf]
  • Mark Hopkins and Jonas Kuhn:
    Deep Grammars in a Tree-Labeling Approach to Syntax-Based Statistical Machine Translation.

    In Proceedings of ACL Workshop on Deep Linguistic Processing 2007, Prague. [pdf]
  • Jonas Kuhn and Louisa Sadler:
    Single Conjunct Agreement and the Formal Treatment of Coordination in LFG.

    In Proceedings of the LFG 2007 Conference, Stanford University.
    [pdf (in CSLI Proceedings)] [pdf handout version of conference slides]

 2006

 

  • Pascal Denis and Jonas Kuhn:
    Applying an LFG Parser in Coreference Resolution --Experiments and Analysis.

    In Proceedings of the LFG 2006 Conference, Konstanz, Germany. [pdf (in CSLI Proceedings)]
  • Mark Hopkins and Jonas Kuhn:
    A Framework for Incorporating Alignment Information in Parsing.

    In: Proceedings of the EACL 2006 Workshop on Cross-Language Knowledge Induction. [pdf]
  • Mark Hopkins and Jonas Kuhn:
    Exploring the Potential of Intractable Parsers.

    In: Proceedings of ACL/COLING 2006. [pdf]
  • Jonas Kuhn and Michael Jellinghaus:
    Multilingual parallel treebanking: a lean and flexible approach.

    In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation LREC-2006. Genoa, Italy. [pdf]

 2005

 

  • Tracy H. King, Martin Forst, Jonas Kuhn, and Miriam Butt:
    The Feature Space in Parallel Grammar Writing.
    In Research on Language and Computation, 3 (2): 139 - 163, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Correspondence-guided Synchronous Parsing of Parallel Corpora.
    In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference in Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-05) [pdf]
  • Parsing Word-Aligned Parallel Corpora in a Grammar Induction Context.
    In Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Building and Using Parallel Texts: Data-Driven Machine Translation and Beyond [pdf]
  • An Architecture for Parallel Corpus-based Grammar Learning.
    In: Bernhard Fisseni and Hans-Christian Schmitz and Bernhard Schröder and Petra Wagner (Eds.), Sprachtechnologie, mobile Kommunikation und linguistische Ressourcen. Beiträge zur GLDV-Tagung 2005 in Bonn, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 132--144. [pdf]
  • Martin Forst, Jonas Kuhn and Christian Rohrer:
    Corpus-based learning of OT constraint rankings for large-scale LFG grammars.
    LFG 2005, Bergen, Norway. [pdf (in CSLI Proceedings)]

 2004

 

  • Tracy H. King, Stefanie Dipper, Anette Frank, Jonas Kuhn, and John Maxwell:
    Ambiguity management in grammar writing.
    Research on Language and Computation, 2 (2): 259-280, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Experiments in Parallel-Text Based Grammar Induction.
    ACL 2004 >>> [.pdf file in ACL Anthology]
  • Exploiting Parallel Corpora for Monolingual Grammar Induction---A Pilot Study
    LREC 2004 Workshop on "The Amazing Utility of Parallel and Comparable Corpora" >>> [pdf] [presentation slides (.pdf file)]
  • Jonas Kuhn and B'alam Mateo-Toledo:
    Applying Computational Linguistic Techniques in a Documentary Project for Q'anjob'al (Mayan, Guatemala).
    In Proceedings of the International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004), Lisbon, 1787--1790. [pdf]
  • Alexis Palmer, Jonas Kuhn, and Carlota Smith:
    Utilization of Multiple Language Resources for Robust Grammar-Based Tense and Aspect Classification.
    In Proceedings of the International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004), Lisbon, 1543--1546.
  • Nicholas Asher, Pascal Denis, Jonas Kuhn, Erik Larson, Eric McCready, Alexis Palmer, Brian Reese, Linton Wang:
    Extracting and Using Discourse Structure to Resolve Anaphoric Dependencies: Combining Logico-Semantic and Statistical Approaches.
    In TALN Proceedings (SDRT Workshop), Fès, Marocco, 515--524.

 2003

 

  • Compounding and derivational morphology in a finite-state setting.
    ACL 2003, Sapporo >>> [.pdf file in electronic proceedings]
  • Generalized Tree Descriptions for LFG.
    LFG 2003, Saratoga Springs, NY >>> [.pdf file from CSLI online proceedings]
  • Pascal Denis, Jonas Kuhn and Stephen Wechsler:
    V-PP Goal Motion Complexes in English: an HPSG Account.
    ACL-SIGSEM workshop: The Linguistic Dimensions of Prepositions and their Use in Computational Linguistics Formalisms and Applications, September 2003, Toulouse.
  • Miriam Butt, Martin Forst, Tracy H. King und Jonas Kuhn:
    The Feature Space in Parallel Grammar Writing.
    In Proceedings of ESSLLI'03-Workshop on Ideas and Strategies in Multilingual Grammar Development, August 2003, Vienna.

 2002

 

 2001

 

  • Resource Sensitivity in the Syntax-Semantics Interface and the German Split NP Construction.
    In T. Kiss and D. Meurers, eds., Constraint-Based Approaches to Germanic Syntax, Stanford: CSLI Publications. >>> [draft version, .ps.gz -- .pdf]
  • Generation and Parsing in Optimality Theoretic Syntax -- Issues in the Formalization of OT-LFG.
    in Peter Sells (ed.), Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality-theoretic Syntax, Stanford: CSLI Publications. 313--366. >>> [Earlier versions: August 2000 .ps.gz -- November 1999 version .ps.gz]
  • Computational Optimality-theoretic Syntax -- a Chart-based Approach to Parsing and Generation.
    in Christian Rohrer, Antje Roßdeutscher and Hans Kamp (eds.), Linguistic Form and its Computation, Stanford: CSLI Publications. 353--385
  • Anette Frank, Tracy Holloway King, Jonas Kuhn & John Maxwell:
    Optimality Theory Style Constraint Ranking in Large-scale LFG Grammars.
    in Peter Sells (ed.), Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality-theoretic Syntax, Stanford: CSLI Publications. 367--397.
  • Formal and Computational Aspects of Optimality-theoretic Syntax.
    Doctoral Dissertation, Universität Stuttgart. >>> [content overview]
  • Stefanie Dipper, Thorsten Brants, Wolfgang Lezius, Oliver Plaehn, George Smith, Heike Zinsmeister & Jonas Kuhn:
    The TIGER Treebank.
    Paper presented at LINGUISTICALLY INTERPRETED CORPORA (LINC-2001),Leuven, 29 August 2001
    • Heike Zinsmeister, Jonas Kuhn, Bettina Schrader & Stefanie Dipper:
      From LFG Structures to the TIGER Treebank.
      Project report of the TIGER project (Linguistic Interpretation of a German corpus)

 2000

 

      • Faithfulness violations and bidirectional optimization.
        LFG 2000/Berkeley Formal Grammar Conference
        LFG00, CSLI online proceedings. >>> [Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Processing Optimality-theoretic Syntax by Interleaved Chart Parsing and Generation.
        Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-2000), Hongkong, 360-367. >>> [.ps.gz ]
      • Stefan Riezler, Detlef Prescher, Jonas Kuhn, and Mark Johnson:
        Lexicalized Stochastic Modeling of Constraint-Based Grammars using Log-Linear Measures and EM Training.
        Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-2000), Hongkong, 480-487. >>> [.ps.gz ]
      • Jonas Kuhn, Heike Zinsmeister, Martin Emele:
        From LFG Structures to TIGER Treebank Annotations.
        Workshop on ``Syntactic Annotation of Electronic Corpora'' Tuebingen, 13-15 June 2000
      • Tracy Holloway King, Stefanie Dipper, Annette Frank, Jonas Kuhn, John Maxwell:
        Ambiguity management in grammar writing.
        ESSLLI'2000 Workshop on Linguistic Theory and Grammar Implementation
        August 14 - 18, 2000. >>> [For Download: Online Proceedings]

 1999

 

      • The syntax and semantics of split NPs in LFG.
        In F. Corblin, C. Dobrovie-Sorin, J.-M. Marandin, eds., Empirical Issues in Formal Syntax and Semantics 2, Selected Papers from the Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris (CSSP 1997). Thesus, The Hague. 145-166. >>> [Abstract -- Download prefinal version: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
        NOTE: The postscript version should be printable, even if ghostview doesn't display it correctly.
      • Two ways of formalizing OT Syntax in the LFG framework.
        Ms. Institut für maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, Universität Stuttgart. May 1999. 32 pp. >>> [Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
        Revised version (see 2001): Generation and Parsing in Optimality Theoretic Syntax -- Issues in the Formalization of OT-LFG (in Peter Sells (ed.), Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality-theoretic Syntax, Stanford: CSLI Publications)
      • Meta-descriptions of rules for generalization in constraint-based grammar design.
        Ms. Institut für maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, Universität Stuttgart. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz]

 1998

 

      • Towards data-intensive testing of a broad-coverage LFG grammar.
        In B. Schröder, W. Lenders, W. Hess, and T. Portele, eds., Computers, Linguistics, and Phonetics between Language and Speech, Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Natural Language Processing -- KONVENS-98, Bonn, Peter Lang. 43-56. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf
        (reduced version 2-page: .ps.gz -- .pdf)]
      • Resource Sensitivity in the Syntax-Semantics Interface and the German Split NP Construction.
        In T. Kiss and D. Meurers, eds., Proceedings of the ESSLLI X workshop ``Current topics in constraint-based theories of Germanic syntax'', Saarbrücken, August 1998. >>> [Abstract -- Download: extended version see 2000
        (original proceedings version: .ps.gz -- .pdf)]
      • Judith Berman, Stefanie Dipper, Christian Fortmann & Jonas Kuhn:
        Argument Clauses and Correlative `es' in German: Deriving Discourse Properties in a Unification Analysis.
        In Proceedings of the LFG98 Conference, Brisbane, Australia. CSLI Online Publications. >>> [Abstract -- HTML version of the paper -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Anette Frank, Tracy Holloway King, Jonas Kuhn & John Maxwell:
        Optimality Theory Style Constraint Ranking in Large-scale LFG Grammars.
        In Proceedings of the LFG98 Conference, Brisbane, Australia. CSLI Online Publications. Revised version appears in Peter Sells (ed.), Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality-theoretic Syntax, Stanford: CSLI Publications. >>> [HTML version of the paper -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Jonas Kuhn, Judith Eckle-Kohler & Christian Rohrer:
        Lexicon Acquisition with and for Symbolic NLP-Systems -- a Bootstrapping Approach.
        In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC98). Granada, Spain. 89-95. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Some recent extensions of the LFG formalism and their application in broad-coverage grammars.
        Slides of a presentation given at the Blaubeuren Workshop, 2-6 May 1998 ``Applications of Constraint-Based Programming to Computational Linguistics''. >>> [slides (.ps.gz) -- 4 slides on a page (.ps.gz) -- .pdf ]

 1997

 

      • The syntax and semantics of split NPs in LFG.
        Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris (CSSP 1997). >>> [See 1999 for contribution in volume with selected paper.]
      • Jonas Kuhn & Christian Rohrer:
        Approaching ambiguity in real-life sentences -- the application of an Optimality Theory-inspired constraint ranking in a large-scale LFG grammar.
        DGfS-CL 1997, Heidelberg. >>> [.ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • G. Dogil, J. Kuhn, J. Mayer, G. Moehler & S. Rapp:
        Prosody and discourse structure: issues and experiments.
        Proceedings of the ESCA Workshop on Intonation: Theory, Models and Applications. Athens, Greece, September 18-20 1997, pp. 99-102. >>> [.ps.gz -- .pdf]

 1996

 

      • An Underspecified HPSG Representation for Information Structure.
        In Proceedings of COLING-96, Copenhagen, 670-675. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Context effects on interpretation and intonation.
        In D. Gibbon, ed., Natural Language Processing and Speech Technology. Results of the 3rd KONVENS Conference. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, 186-198. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Domain Restriction in Quantification is Independent of Focus Marking -- a DRT Account of the Use of Adverbial Quantifiers in Partial Answers to Questions.
        In Proceedings of the Conference on Formal Grammar, Prague 1996. >>> [Abstract -- Download: .ps.gz -- .pdf]

 1995

 

      • Information Packaging in German -- some motivation from HPSG-based Translation.
        Ms., Centre for Cognitive Science, University of Edinburgh. >>> [.ps.gz -- .pdf]

 1994

 

      • Jonas Kuhn & Ulrich Heid:
        Treating structural differences in an HPSG-based approach to interlingual machine translation.
        In Peter Bosch, Christopher Habel (eds.): Kognitive Grundlagen für interlinguabasierte Übersetzung, Working Papers des Instituts für Logik und Linguistik, Paper Nr. 3, IBM Deutschland Informationsysteme GmbH, Heidelberg, 11-36. >>> [.ps.gz -- .pdf]
      • Die Behandlung von Funktionsverbgefügen in einem HPSG-basierten Übersetzungsansatz.
        Studienarbeit, appeared as Verbmobil Report 66. Universität Stuttgart. Dezember 1994. >>> [(including a 10 page English summary -- .ps.gz -- .pdf)
        .ps.gz -- .pdf]

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