PACLIC 31 (2017)

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Accepted papers

Oral presentation
Paper #2: Between Reading Time and Information Structure
Paper #3: Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese: An Incremental Grammar Perspective
Paper #5: Part-of-Speech Tagging for Filipino
Paper #8: Remarks on epistemically biased questions
Paper #15: Foreign Influence and Sound Change: A Case Study of Cantonese Alveolar Affricates
Paper #17: An ensemble method with sentiment features and clustering support
Paper #18: Unsupervised Bilingual Segmentation using MDL for Machine Translation
Paper #19: The blocking effect and Korean caki
Paper #21: Stylometric Studies based on Tone and Word Length Motifs
Paper #22: The Importance of Automatic Syntactic Features in Vietnamese Named Entity Recognition
Paper #37: Expressing prediction and epistemicity with Korean -(ul) kes i and Mandarin Chinese hui
Paper #39: Automatic Assessment of Students’ Essays in Czech Written by Native and Non-Native Speakers
Paper #46: Remarks on Denominal -Ed Adjectives
Paper #48: BTG-based Machine Translation with Simple Reordering Model using Structured Perceptron
Paper #52: A Stylistic Analysis of a Philippine Essay, “The Will of the River”
Paper #57: The Effect of Explicit and Implicit Feedback on Students’ Syntactic Development: Integrating Metacognitive Confidence Judgment and Metacognitive Strategy Models
Paper #68: Ensemble Technique Utilization for Indonesian Dependency Parser
Paper #74: A Corpus-based Analysis of Near-Synonymous Sentence-final Particles in Mandarin Chinese: “bale” and “eryi”
Paper #78: Integration of Hybrid NER For Arabic-English Text Translation
Paper #80: Subjecthood and Grammatical Relations in Korean: An Experimental Study with Honorific Agreement and Plural Copying
Paper #86: Raising to Object in Japanese: An HPSG Analysis
Paper #94: Identifying Deception in Indonesian Transcribed Interviews through Lexical Based Approach
Paper #99: Doubt, incredulity, and particles in Japanese falling interrogatives
Paper #101: Domain Adaptation for an Example-Based Machine Translation Engine: A Case Study Using a Multiword Expressions Bilingual Lexicon
Paper #105: Unsupervised Method for Improving Arabic Speech Recognition Systems
Paper #107: The Phrasal-Prepositional Verbs in Philippine English: A Corpus-based Analysis
Paper #108: A Type-Logical Approach to Potential Consructions in Japanese
Paper #111: Standard and nonstandard lexicon in aviation English: A corpus linguistic study
Paper #112: Enabling Multi-Source Neural Machine Translation By Concatenating Source Sentences In Multiple Languages
Paper #119: #ActuallyDepressed: Characterization of Depressed Tumblr Users’ Online Behavior from Rules Generation Machine Learning Technique
Paper #125: A Parallel Recurrent Neural Network for Language Modeling with POS Tags

Poster presentation
Paper #9: Multi-dimensional Meanings of Subjective Adverbs – Case Study of Mandarin Chinese Adverb Pianpian
Paper #11: Japanese all-words WSD system using the Kyoto Text Analysis ToolKit
Paper #12: Extracting Important Tweets for News Writers using Recurrent Neural Network with Attention Mechanism and Multi-task Learning
Paper #14: Tweet Extraction for News Production Considering Unreality
Paper #16: Discovering Conversation Spaces in the Public Discourse of Gender Violence: a Comparative Between Two Different Contexts
Paper #26: Extracting a Lexicon of Discourse Connectives in Czech from an Annotated Corpus
Paper #28: Investigating Phrase-Based and Neural-Based Machine Translation on Low-Resource Settings
Paper #29: Lexicalization, Separation and transitivity: A comparative study of Mandarin VO compound Variations
Paper #32: Revisiting Tones in Twic East of Dinka
Paper #34: Translation model adaptation for Statistical Machine Translation with domain classifier
Paper #38: Lexical Semantics and Usage Notes: An Approach to the Analysis of the Challenges of Chinese-English Word Learning by Young Bilingual Children
Paper #42: The Phonetic Processes Involved in the Lexicon of Tambal Binisaya
Paper #45: Profile Categorization System based on Feature Reduction
Paper #51: Nativization of English on Provincial Bilingual Tabloids in the Philippines
Paper #53: Facebook Integration into University Classes: Opportunities and Challenges
Paper #56: Semantic Similarity Analysis for Paraphrase Identification in Arabic Texts
Paper #65: The Clustering-based Initialization for Non-negative Matrix Factorization in the Feature Transformation of the High-dimensional Text Categorization System: A Viewpoint of Term Vectors
Paper #66: FCA_Retrieval: A Multi-operator Algorithm for Information Retrieval from Binary Concept Lattice
Paper #70: An Empirical Study of Language Relatedness for Transfer Learning in Neural Machine Translation
Paper #72: A corpus-based study on synesthesia in Korean ordinary language
Paper #75: Rule-based Reordering and Post-Processing for Indonesian-Korean Statistical Machine Translation
Paper #77: Tunisian Dialect-Modern Standard Arabic Bilingual Lexicon
Paper #84: An empirical method for evaluation of author profiling framework
Paper #89: Conceptualizing EDUCATION in Hong Kong and China (1984-2014)
Paper #93: A System for Computer Assisted, Adaptive Peer Assessment of EFL Pronunciation
Paper #103: Neural Vs Statistical Translation of Algerian Arabic dialect to modern standard Arabic
Paper #104: A New Centrality Measure for Identifying Influential Node in Social Networks
Paper #106: BiLALG: Bilingual Lexicon for Arabic dialects treatment in social media. Application case: the Algerian dialect
Paper #114: A Crowdsourcing Approach for Annotating Causal Relation Instances in Wikipedia
Paper #115: Making The Unfunny Funny: An Analysis of Dark Humor Employment in Memes
Paper #116: Estimating Example Sentence Complexity for Learning Japanese Functional Expressions
Paper #117: Morphosyntactic Analysis of the Pronominal System of Southern Alta
Paper #118: Automatic Categorization of Tagalog Documents Using Support Vector Machines
Paper #124: Wh-island Effects in Korean Scrambling Constructions