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Joshua Goodman. 2001. A Bit of Progress in Language Modeling. Computer Speech and Language, pp 403--434, October. [SLM, acl08smoothing, cl09bib] pdf google scholar
S.F. Chen and J. Goodman. 1999. An empirical study of smoothing techniques for language modeling. Computer Speech and Language, vol 13, no 4, pp 359--394. Academic Press. [NLP, SLM, acl08smoothing, cl09bib, comp542] pdf google scholar
Adam Kilgarriff. 1998. Gold standard datasets for evaluating word sense disambiguation programs. Computer Speech and Language, vol 12, pp 453--472. Elsevier. [WSD] google scholar
R. Rosenfeld. 1996. A Maximum Entropy Approach to Adaptive Statistical Language Modeling. Computer Speech and Language, vol 10, no 3, pp 187--228. [SLM] pdf google scholar
H. Ney, U. Essen and R. Kneser. 1994. On structuring probabilistic dependence in stochastic language modelling. Computer Speech and Language, vol 8, no 1, pp 1--38. [acl08smoothing, SLM] google scholar
Julian Kupiec. 1992. Robust part-of-speech tagging using a hidden Markov model. Computer Speech and Language, vol 6, pp 225-242. [NLP] google scholar
Kenneth Church and William A. Gale. 1991. A comparison of the enhanced Good-Turing and deleted estimation methods for estimating probabilities of English bigrams. Computer Speech and Language, vol 5, pp 19-54. [NLP] google scholar
K. Lari and S.J. Young. 1990. The estimation of stochastic context-free grammars using the Inside-Outside algorithm. Computer Speech and Language, vol 4, no 1, pp 35-56. [NLP, uparse] google scholar

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