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Vol 4 (2020) A network-based approach for discourse analysis from Laclau and Mouffe’s perspectives Abstract   PDF
Javad Haditaghi, Jaleh Hassasskhah, Mohammad Amin Sorahi
Vol 3 (2019) A qualitative analysis of the Wikipedia N-Substate Algorithm's Enhancement Terms Abstract   PDF
Kyle Goslin, Markus Hofmann
Vol 3 (2019) An Evaluation Of A Linguistically Motivated Conversational Software Agent Framework Abstract   PDF
Kulvinder Panesar
Vol 4 (2020) Analogical reasoning in uncovering the meaning of digital-technology terms: the case of backdoor Abstract   PDF
Inna V. Skrynnikova
Vol 1 (2017) Automatically Representing TExt Meaning via an Interlingua-based System (ARTEMIS). A further step towards the computational representation of RRG Abstract   PDF
Ricardo Mairal-Usón, Francisco Cortés-Rodríguez
Vol 1 (2017) Computing the meaning of the assertive speech act by a software agent Abstract   PDF
Brian Nolan
Vol 4 (2020) Conversational artificial intelligence - demystifying statistical vs linguistic NLP solutions Abstract   PDF
Kulvinder Panesar
Vol 1 (2017) Crimes against children: an apparently terminological knowledge representation of entities in FunGramKB Abstract   PDF
Ángela Alameda Hernández, Ángel Felices Lago
Vol 2 (2018) Detecting Discourse-Independent Negated Forms of Public Textual Cyberbullying Abstract   PDF
Aurelia Power, Anthony Keane, Brian Nolan, Brian O'Neill
Vol 2 (2018) Learning IS-A relations from specialized-domain texts with co-occurrence measures Abstract   PDF
Pedro Urena
Vol 1 (2017) Linguistic challenges in automatic summarization technology Abstract   PDF
Elke Diedrichsen
Vol 3 (2019) Sampling Techniques to Overcome Class Imbalance in a Cyberbullying Context Abstract   PDF
David Colton, Markus Hofmann
Vol 3 (2019) The car pet in the carpet. On the interaction of computer-linguistic methodology and manual refinement in researching noun compounds Abstract   PDF
Elisabeth Huber
Vol 3 (2019) The Role of Previous Discourse in Identifying Public Textual Cyberbullying Abstract   PDF
Aurelia Power, Anthony Keane, Brian Nolan, Brian O'Neill
Vol 2 (2018) The role of sex differences in detecting deception in computer-mediated communication in English Abstract   PDF
Anna Kuzio
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