Josef van Genabith Supervised PhD Theses:
- Pratyush Banerjee, (2012)
Domain Adaptation for Statistical Machine Translation of Corporate and User-Generated Content (with Andy Way and Johann Roturier)
- Joachim Wagner, (2011)
Detecting Grammatical Errors with Treebank-Induced Probabilistic Parsers (with Jennifer Foster)
- Yifan He, (2011)
The Integration of Machine Translation and Translation Memory (with Andy Way)
- Yvette Graham, (2010)
Deep Syntax in Statistical Machine Translation
- Natalie Schluter, (2010).
Treebank-Based Deep Grammar Acquisition for French Probabilistic Parsing Resources
- Yuqing Guo, (2009).
Treebank-Based Acquisition of Chinese LFG Resources for Parsing and Generation
- Ines Rehbein, (2009).
Treebank-Based Grammar Acquisition for German
- Elaine Uí Dhonnchadha, (2008).
Part-of-Speech Tagging and Partial Parsing for Irish using Finite-State Transducers and Constraint Grammar
- Grzegorz Chrupala, (2008).
Towards a Machine-Learning Architecture for Lexical Functional Grammar Parsing
- Karolina Owczarzak, (with Andy Way) (2008).
A Novel Dependency-Based Evaluation Metric for Machine Translation
- Monica Ward, (2007). The Integration of Computational Linguistics Techniques in CALL for Irish in the Primary School Context
- Bart Mellebeek, (with Andy Way), (2007).
TransBooster: Black Box Optimisation of Machine Translation Systems.
- John Judge (with Aoife Cahill), (2007). Adapting and Developing Linguistic Resources for Question Answering.
- Thomas Koller, (with Monica Ward),(2007). Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Plurilingual ICALL System for Romance Languages Aimed at Advanced Learners.
- Ruth O’Donnovan (with Andy Way) (2006). Automatic Extraction of Large-Scale Multilingual Lexical Resources
- Michael Burke (with Andy Way) (2006). Automatic Treebank Annotation for the Acquisition of LFG Resources
- Aoife Cahill (with Andy Way) (2004).
Parsing with Automatically Acquired, Wide-Coverage, Robust, Probabilistic LFG Approximations
- John Kelleher (with Fintan Costello and Mark Humphrys), (2003).
A Perceptually Based Computational Framework for the Interpretation of Spatial Language in 3D Simulated Environments
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