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2007Creating a Systemic Functional Grammar Corpus from the Penn TreebankCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesCreating a Systemic Functional Grammar Corpus from the Penn Treebank, ACL 2007 Proceedings of the Workshop on Deep Linguistic Processing, vol.N/A,(),2007,pp 89-96
2009Evaluating a Statistcal CCG Parser on WikipediaCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Nothman, Joel; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesEvaluating a Statistcal CCG Parser on Wikipedia, "The People''s Web 2009 - 2009 Workshop on the People''s Web Meets NLP: Collaboratively Constructed Semantic Resources - Proceedings of the Workshop", vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 38-41
2013Evaluating Entity Linking with WikipediaCurran, James; Nothman, Joel; Radford, William; Hachey, Ben; Honnibal, Matthew; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesEvaluating Entity Linking with Wikipedia, Artificial Intelligence, vol.194, N/A, 2013,pp 130-150
2012Event Linking: Grounding Event Reference in a News ArchiveCurran, James; Nothman, Joel; Hachey, Ben; Honnibal, Matthew; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesEvent Linking: Grounding Event Reference in a News Archive, Proceedings of the The 50th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2012), vol.2, 2012, pp. 228-232
2009Fully Lexicalising CCGbank with Hat CategoriesCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesFully Lexicalising CCGbank with Hat Categories, Proceedings of the 2009 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2009): A meeting of SIGDAT, a special interest group of ACL held in conjunction with ACL-IJCNLP 2009, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 1212-1221
2005Identifying FrameNet Frames for Verbs from a Real-Text CorpusHawker, Tobias; Honnibal, Matthew; Centre for the Mind; Schl Information TechnologiesIdentifying FrameNet Frames for Verbs from a Real-Text Corpus, Proceedings of the Australasian Language Technology Workshop 2005, vol.N/A,(),2005,pp 200-206
2006Improved Default Sense Selection for Word Sense DisambiguationHawker, Tobias; Honnibal, Matthew; Centre for the Mind; Schl Information TechnologiesImproved Default Sense Selection for Word Sense Disambiguation, Proceedings of the 2006 Australasian Language Technology Workshop Sancta Sophia College, Sydney Nov 30-Dec 1, 2006, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 11-17
2007Improving the complement/adjunct distinction in CCGbankCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesImproving the complement/adjunct distinction in CCGbank, Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics (PACLING 2007), vol.N/A, 2007, pp. 210-217
2010Morphological analysis can improve a CCG parser for EnglishCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Kummerfeld, Jonathan; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesMorphological analysis can improve a CCG parser for English, 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics - Posters Volume, vol.Posters volume, 2010, pp. 445-453
2010Rebanking CCGbank for improved NP interpretationCurran, James; Honnibal, Matthew; Bos, Johan; Schl Information Technologies; Schl Information TechnologiesRebanking CCGbank for improved NP interpretation, ACL 2010 - 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Conference Proceedings, vol.1, 2010, pp. 207-215
2012A Sequence Labelling Approach to Quote AttributionCurran, James; Koprinska, Irena; O'Keefe, Timothy; Honnibal, Matthew; Pareti, Silvia; Information Technologies; Information Technologies; Information TechnologiesA Sequence Labelling Approach to Quote Attribution, Proceedings of the 2012 Joint Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning, vol.N/A, 2012, pp. 790-799