Stephen Pulman
Stephen Pulman
Professor of Computational Linguistics, Dept. of Computer Science, Oxford University
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TitleCited byYear
Automatic extraction of protein interactions from scientific abstracts
J Thomas, D Milward, C Ouzounis, S Pulman, M Carroll
Biocomputing 2000, 541-552, 1999
Deep learning for answer sentence selection
L Yu, KM Hermann, P Blunsom, S Pulman
arXiv preprint arXiv:1412.1632, 2014
Sentiment composition
K Moilanen, S Pulman
Proceedings of the Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing …, 2007
Computational morphology: practical mechanisms for the English lexicon
GD Ritchie, GJ Russell, AW Black, SG Pulman
MIT press, 1992
Combining symbolic and distributional models of meaning
S Clark, S Pulman
A classifier-based approach to preposition and determiner error correction in L2 English
R De Felice, SG Pulman
Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on computational …, 2008
Automatic short answer marking
SG Pulman, JZ Sukkarieh
Proceedings of the second workshop on Building Educational Applications …, 2005
Spoken Language Translator: First-Year Report
MS Agnes, H Alshawi, I Bretan, D Carter, K Ceder, M Collins, R Crouch, ...
Higher order unification and the interpretation of focus
SG Pulman
Linguistics and Philosophy 20 (1), 73-115, 1997
Automarking: using computational linguistics to score short ‚free− text responses
JZ Sukkarieh, SG Pulman, N Raikes
Characterizing humour: An exploration of features in humorous texts
R Mihalcea, S Pulman
International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational …, 2007
Grammars, parsers, and memory limitations
SG Pulman
Language and Cognitive processes 1 (3), 197-225, 1986
Spoken language translation with mid-90's technology: A case study
M Rayner, I Bretan, D Carter, M Collins, V Digalakis, B Gamback, J Kaja, ...
Third European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 1993
Aspectual shift as type coercion
SG Pulman
Transactions of the Philological Society 95 (2), 279-317, 1997
Concrete sentence spaces for compositional distributional models of meaning
E Grefenstette, M Sadrzadeh, S Clark, B Coecke, S Pulman
Computing meaning, 71-86, 2014
Overview of the Core Language Engine.
H Alshawi, DM Carter, J van Eijck, RC Moore, DB Moran, SG Pulman
FGCS, 1108-1115, 1988
The recognition and interpretation of idioms
SG Pulman
Idioms: Processing, structure, and interpretation, 249-270, 1993
A computational framework for lexical description
GD Ritchie, SG Pulman, AW Black, GJ Russell
Computational Linguistics 13 (3-4), 290-307, 1987
A Unified Sentence Space for Categorical Distributional− Compositional Semantics: Theory and Experiments
D Kartsaklis, M Sadrzadeh, S Pulman
Mumbai ‚India, 2012
Controlled language for knowledge representation
SG Pulman
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