Computational Linguistics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Editor: Information Resources Management Association
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $2195.00
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ISBN: 978-1-4666-6042-7
Category: Technology & Engineering - Technology
Image Count: 347
Book Status: Available
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Computational Linguistics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications explores language by dissecting the phonemic aspects of various communication systems in order to identify similarities and pitfalls in the expression of meaning. With applications in a variety of areas, from psycholinguistics and cognitive science to computer science and artificial intelligence, this multivolume reference work will be of use to researchers, professionals, and educators on the cutting edge of language acquisition and communication science.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
  • Preface
  • Section 1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • Preface to Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • Chapter 1: MLW and Bilingualism
  • Chapter 2: E-Learning Tools Applied in Teaching English at the University Level
  • Chapter 3: Writing from and with Community Knowledge
  • Chapter 4: Error or Strength?
  • Chapter 5: Teachers’ Experience as Foreign Language Online Learners
  • Chapter 6: Producing Pathways to Proficient Pronunciation with Learner-Designed Pronunciation Stations
  • Chapter 7: Leadership and the Function of Discourse on International Political Economy
  • Chapter 8: Linguistic Certainty in Managerial Announcements
  • Chapter 9: Multilingual Summarization Approaches
  • Chapter 10: Multiword Expressions in NLP
  • Chapter 11: Computational Intelligence Using Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Framework
  • Chapter 12: Demystifying Domain Specific Languages
  • Chapter 13: Semantics-Driven DSL Design
  • Chapter 14: A Domain-Specific Language for High-Level Parallelization
  • Section 2: Development and Design Methodologies
  • Preface to Development and Design Methodologies
  • Chapter 15: Formal Semantics for Metamodel-Based Domain Specific Languages
  • Chapter 16: Ontology-Supported Design of Domain-Specific Languages
  • Chapter 17: Design Patterns and Design Principles for Internal Domain-Specific Languages
  • Chapter 18: A New Clustering Method with Fuzzy Approach Based on Takagi-Sugeno Model in Queuing Systems
  • Chapter 19: An Exploration about Krashen's Input Hypothesis in the Computer Network Environment
  • Chapter 20: From Existential Graphs to Conceptual Graphs
  • Chapter 21: Linguistic Multi-Attribute Decision Making with a Prioritization Relationship
  • Chapter 22: Intelligent Business Decision-Making in Global Organizations via Fuzzy Reasoning Systems
  • Chapter 23: Language Independent Summarization Approaches
  • Chapter 24: Laying the Ground for Online English as a Second or Foreign Language (ESL/EFL) Composition Courses and University Internationalization
  • Chapter 25: Two Distinct Sequence Learning Mechanisms for Syntax Acquisition and Word Learning
  • Chapter 26: Using Social Network-Mediated Bridging Activities to Develop Socio-Pragmatic Awareness in Elementary Korean
  • Chapter 27: About the Use of the DMs in CLIL Classes
  • Chapter 28: Advanced Question-Answering and Discourse Semantics
  • Section 3: Tools and Technologies
  • Preface to Tools and Technologies
  • Chapter 29: Second Language Learners’ Spoken Discourse
  • Chapter 30: Building Awareness of Language Structures with Visual-Syntactic Text Formatting
  • Chapter 31: Inviting Citizen Designers to Design Digital Interface for the Democratization of Web Online Environments
  • Chapter 32: Integrating Technology-Enhanced Student Self-Regulated Tasks into University Chinese Language Course
  • Chapter 33: The Opinions and Attitudes of the Foreign Language Learners and Teachers Related to the Traditional and Digital Games
  • Chapter 34: The Use of VLE for Monitoring Independent Language Learning in Large Cohort Provision
  • Chapter 35: A Customizable Language Learning Support System Using Ontology-Driven Engine
  • Chapter 36: LingoBee Mobile App
  • Chapter 37: Learning Languages via Social Networking Sites
  • Chapter 38: A Proposal to Study of Cross Language Information Retrieval (CLIR) System Users’ Information Seeking Behavior
  • Chapter 39: LinkedVis an Information Visualisation Toolkit for RDF Data
  • Chapter 40: Comparison between Internal and External DSLs via RubyTL and Gra2MoL
  • Chapter 41: Tools for the Automatic Generation of Ontology Documentation
  • Chapter 42: Software Language Engineering with XMF and XModeler
  • Chapter 43: Statistical Machine Translation
  • Section 4: Utilization and Application
  • Preface to Utilization and Application
  • Chapter 44: Parsing Bangla Grammar Using Context Free Grammar
  • Chapter 45: Technology-Mediated Tasks in English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • Chapter 46: The French Digital Kitchen
  • Chapter 47: Classifying Consumer Comparison Opinions to Uncover Product Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Chapter 48: Digital Narratives and the Genealogy of a Hybrid Genre
  • Chapter 49: Designing for Computational Expression
  • Chapter 50: A Formal Semantics of Kermeta
  • Chapter 51: Multi-Objective Genetic and Fuzzy Approaches in Rule Mining Problem of Knowledge Discovery in Databases
  • Chapter 52: A Semantic Approach to LinkedIn Profiles
  • Chapter 53: Corpus Linguistics
  • Chapter 54: Content and Language Integrated Learning in Higher Education
  • Chapter 55: Telling Tales with Talking Texts
  • Chapter 56: Game On! Teaching Foreign Language Online
  • Chapter 57: Representing Music as Work in Progress
  • Section 5: Organizational and Social Implications
  • Preface to Organizational and Social Implications
  • Chapter 58: An Investigation of the Relationship of Motivation, Attitudes and Environment
  • Chapter 59: Re/Designing Online Platforms by Citizen Designers and its Contribution to the Digital Writing and Research
  • Chapter 60: Corporate Linguistic Rights through the Prism of Company Linguistic Identity Capital
  • Chapter 61: Building Collaborations between University Pre-Service Student-Teachers and English Language Students through a Socially Mediated Network
  • Chapter 62: Transnational Preservice Teachers’ Literate Lives and Writing Pedagogy in a Digital Era
  • Chapter 63: Effective Teaching Practices for Academic Literacy Development of Young Immigrant Learners
  • Chapter 64: Multimodality in Action
  • Chapter 65: They Can't Fix What They Can't Hear
  • Chapter 66: How Experiences with Words Supply All the Tools in the Toddler's Word-Learning Toolbox
  • Chapter 67: Effects of a Technology-Enriched, Task-Based Language Teaching Curriculum on Chinese Elementary Students’ Achievement in English as a Foreign Language
  • Chapter 68: Language Processing in the Human Brain of Literate and Illiterate Subjects
  • Chapter 69: Abstraction of Computer Language Patterns
  • Chapter 70: Towards a Bio-Inspired Theoretical Linguistics to Model Man-Machine Communication
  • Section 6: Emerging Trends
  • Preface to Emerging Trends
  • Chapter 71: Towards Dynamic Semantics for Synthesizing Interpreted DSMLs
  • Chapter 72: A Generic Approach for the Semantic Annotation of Conceptual Models Using a Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Chapter 73: Kansei Evaluation of Product Recommendation Based on a Partial Comparison Process
  • Chapter 74: Data Hiding for Text and Binary Files
  • Chapter 75: Semantic Role Labeling Approach for Evaluation of Text Coherence
  • Chapter 76: Dependency Parsing in Bangla
  • Chapter 77: Integrating Chinese Community into Canadian Society
  • Chapter 78: A Preliminary Study of Neuro-Linguistic Programming in Nonprofit Organizations
  • Chapter 79: Technology and Second Language Writing
  • Chapter 80: “Evaluator”
  • Chapter 81: Words that Fascinate the Listener
  • Chapter 82: Ontology-Based Multimodal Language Learning
  • Chapter 83: Usage-Based Instruction
  • Chapter 84: Learning Words by Imitating
  • Chapter 85: Learning Words from Experience