The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics 106, October 2016

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Articles

Adam Przepiórkowski
Against the Argument–Adjunct Distinction in Functional Generative Description
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Jarmila Panevová
In favour of the Argument–Adjunct Distinction (from the Perspective of FGD)
21
Ergun Biçici
Predicting the Performance of Parsing with Referential Translation Machines
31
Rivindu Perera, Parma Nand, Gisela Klette
RealText-lex: A Lexicalization Framework for RDF Triples
45
Jan Hajič, Eva Hajičová, Jiří Mírovský, Jarmila Panevová
Linguistically Annotated Corpus as an Invaluable Resource for Advancements in Linguistic Research: A Case Study
69
Robert Östling, Jörg Tiedemann
Efficient Word Alignment with Markov Chain Monte Carlo
125
Eleftherios Avramidis
Qualitative: Python Tool for MT Quality Estimation Supporting Server Mode and Hybrid MT
147
Julian Hitschler, Laura Jehl, Sariya Karimova, Mayumi Ohta, Benjamin K\"orner, Stefan Riezler
Otedama: Fast Rule-Based Pre-Ordering for Machine Translation
159
Pintu Lohar, Debasis Ganguly, Haithem Afli, Andy Way, Gareth J.F. Jones
FaDA: Fast Document Aligner using Word Embedding
169
Miguel Rios, Serge Sharoff
Language Adaptation for Extending Post-Editing Estimates for Closely Related Languages
181
Víctor M. Sánchez-Cartagena, Juan Antonio Pérez-Ortiz, Felipe Sánchez-Martínez
RuLearn: an Open-source Toolkit for the Automatic Inference of Shallow-transfer Rules for Machine Translation
193
Aleš Horák, Adam Rambousek
Lexicographic Tools to Build New Encyclopaedia of the Czech Language
205

Instructions for Authors

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