Rob Koeling
Rob Koeling
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TitleCited byYear
Finding predominant word senses in untagged text
D McCarthy, R Koeling, J Weeds, J Carroll
Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting on Association for Computational …, 2004
4242004
Chunking with maximum entropy models
R Koeling
Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Learning language in logic and the 4th …, 2000
1342000
Unsupervised acquisition of predominant word senses
D McCarthy, R Koeling, J Weeds, J Carroll
Computational Linguistics 33 (4), 553-590, 2007
1312007
Robust grammatical analysis for spoken dialogue systems
G Van Noord, G Bouma, R Koeling, MJ Nederhof
Natural language engineering 5 (1), 45-93, 1999
1121999
Comparing grammar-based and robust approaches to speech understanding: a case study
S Knight, G Gorrell, M Rayner, D Milward, R Koeling, I Lewin
Seventh European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2001
822001
Domain-specific sense distributions and predominant sense acquisition
R Koeling, D McCarthy, J Carroll
Proceedings of the conference on Human Language Technology and Empirical …, 2005
782005
Applying system combination to base noun phrase identification
EF Sang, W Daelemans, H Déjean, R Koeling, Y Krymolowski, ...
Proceedings of the 18th conference on Computational linguistics-Volume 2 …, 2000
582000
Optimising the use of electronic health records to estimate the incidence of rheumatoid arthritis in primary care: what information is hidden in free text?
E Ford, A Nicholson, R Koeling, AR Tate, J Carroll, L Axelrod, HE Smith, ...
BMC medical research methodology 13 (1), 105, 2013
412013
Using automatically acquired predominant senses for word sense disambiguation
D McCarthy, R Koeling, J Weeds, J Carroll
Proceedings of SENSEVAL-3, the Third International Workshop on the …, 2004
392004
What does validation of cases in electronic record databases mean? The potential contribution of free text
A Nicholson, AR Tate, R Koeling, JA Cassell
pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 20 (3), 321-324, 2011
212011
Sussx: WSD using automatically acquired predominant senses
R Koeling, D McCarthy
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations, 314-317, 2007
212007
Grammatical analysis in the OVIS spoken-dialogue system
MJ Nederhof, G Bouma, R Koeling, G Van Noord
Interactive Spoken Dialog Systems on Bringing Speech and NLP Together in …, 1997
211997
Automatically estimating the incidence of symptoms recorded in GP free text notes
R Koeling, AR Tate, JA Carroll
Proceedings of the first international workshop on Managing interoperability …, 2011
192011
Lexical acquisition for clinical text mining using distributional similarity
J Carroll, R Koeling, S Puri
International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational …, 2012
162012
Ranking WordNet senses automatically
D McCarthy, R Koeling, J Weeds
recall 40, 60, 2004
152004
Estimating and exploiting the entropy of sense distributions
P Jin, D McCarthy, R Koeling, J Carroll
Proceedings of Human Language Technologies: The 2009 Annual Conference of …, 2009
142009
Learning computational grammars
J Nerbonne, A Belz, N Cancedda, H Déjean, J Hammerton, R Koeling, ...
Proceedings of the 2001 workshop on Computational Natural Language Learning …, 2001
112001
Annotating patient clinical records with syntactic chunks and named entities: the Harvey Corpus
A Savkov, J Carroll, R Koeling, J Cassell
Language resources and evaluation 50 (3), 523-548, 2016
102016
What evidence is there for a delay in diagnostic coding of RA in UK general practice records? An observational study of free text
E Ford, J Carroll, H Smith, K Davies, R Koeling, I Petersen, G Rait, ...
BMJ open 6 (6), e010393, 2016
92016
Gloss-based semantic similarity metrics for predominant sense acquisition
R Iida, D McCarthy, R Koeling
Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Natural Language …, 2008
92008
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