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1Language Modeling Using Dynamic Bayesian Networksconsists of associating a directed acyclic graph to the joint probability distribution (JPD) P (X) of a set of random variables...

2Statistical Evaluation of Information Distillation Systemssteps. First the contingency table is used to specify a joint probability matrix PXY for the two indicator variables x and y,...

3I Saw Tree Trees in the Park: how to Correct RealWord Spelling Mistakes2008  Barbara Di Eugenio,Davide Fossatidifferent word wk. The main idea is to approximate the joint probability distribution of (wk, ek) with the distribution of a...

4Learning to Predict Pitch Accents Using Bayesian Belief Networks for Greek Languagefrom a finite set, a Bayesian network describes the joint probability distribution over this set. Formally, a Bayesian network...

5Training a Statistical Machine Translation System Without GIZA++we formulate the decision rule for maximizing the joint probability of source and target sentence Pr(fJ1 , e I 1). As in...

6A Bayesian Model for Shallow Syntactic Parsing of Natural Language Textsannotated directed acyclic graph (DAG) that encodes a joint probability distribution. We denote a network B as a pair B=

7Bayesian Semantics Incorporation to Web Content for Natural Language Information Retrievalannotated directed acyclic graph (DAG) that encodes a joint probability distribution. We denote a network B as a pair B=

8Using Verb Subcategorization for Word Sense Disambiguation2012  Valia Kordoni,Will Robertszation, giving counts which allow us to estimate a joint probability model over verb sense and subcategorization. For il...

9Statistical Measures for the Acceptability and SemiProductivity of Persian Light Verb Constructionsan LVC — which we call LVC(N,V ) — by estimating the joint probability Pr(N,LV,LV C) as in: LVC(N,V ) = Pr(N,LV,LV C) = Pr(N)...

10Improving Collocation Extraction for High Frequency Wordsprobability of observing word x and word y together (the joint probability) with the probabilities of observing x and y independently...