As the number of digital texts increases rapidly, there is a pressing need for more advanced and diverse tools of natural language processing. While purely statistical approaches proved powerful and efficient for many NLP tasks, there are many applications that would benefit from the formal models and approaches traditional language science has to offer. With hopes to facilitate this interaction between theory and practical implementation, we are pleased to announce the workshop on Computational Linguistics and Language Science to be held in Moscow, Russia on April 25, 2016 (11 AM to 6 PM).
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Mining Intelligence and Knowledge Exploration, MIKE 2016, held in Mexico City, Mexico, in November 2016.
The 18 full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 56 submissions.
Accepted papers were grouped into various subtopics including information retrieval, machine learning, pattern recognition, knowledge discovery, classification, clustering, image processing, network security, speech processing, natural language processing, language, cognition and computation, fuzzy sets, and business intelligence.
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Many NLP researchers, especially those not working in the area of discourse processing, tend to equate coreference resolution with the sort of coreference that people did in MUC, ACE, and OntoNotes, having the impression that coreference is a well-worn task owing in part to the large number of papers reporting results on the MUC/ACE/OntoNotes corpora. Given the plethora of work on entity coreference and aware of other fora gathering coreferencerelated papers (such as LAW, DiscoMT or EVENTS), we believed that time was ripe for a new workshop on the single topic of coreference resolution that would bring together researchers who were interested in under-investigated coreference phenomena, willing to contribute both theoretical and applied computational work on coreference resolution, especially for languages other than English, less-researched forms of coreference and new applications of coreference resolution.