Slides from recent talks

(Pre-prints available on request)

[to appear]

Goodman, Michael Wayne, Joshua Crowgey, Fei Xia and Emily M. Bender. In press. Xigt: Extensible Interlinear Glossed Text for Natural Language Processing. Language Resources and Evaluation.

Bender, Emily M., Stephen Clark and Tracy Holloway King. To appear [2015]. Computational Syntax. In Kiss, Tibor and Artemis Alexiadou, eds. Syntax--Theory and Analysis. An International Handbook. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

[2014]

Bender, Emily M., Joshua Crowgey, Michael Wayne Goodman and Fei Xia. 2014. Learning Grammar Specifications from IGT: A Case Study of Chintang. Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on the Use of Computational Methods in the Study of Endangered Languages, ACL 2014, Baltimore, MD. [.bib]

Packard, Woodley, Emily M. Bender, Jonathon Read, Stephan Oepen and Rebecca Dridan. 2014. Simple Negation Scope Resolution through Deep Parsing: A Semantic Solution to a Semantic Problem. Proceedings of ACL 2014, Baltimore, MD. [.bib] [data/software]

Bender, Emily M. 2014. Language CoLLAGE: Grammatical Description with the LinGO Grammar Matrix. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2014) [.bib]

Flickinger, Dan, Emily M. Bender and Stephan Oepen. 2014. Towards an Encyclopedia of Compositional Semantics: Documenting the Interface of the English Resource Grammar. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2014) [.bib]

Xia, Fei, William D. Lewis, Michael Wayne Goodman, Joshua Crowgey, and Emily M. Bender. 2014. Enriching ODIN. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2014) [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. 2014. Obituary: Ivan A. Sag. Computational Linguistics 40(1):1-7.

[2013]

Bender, Emily M., Michael Wayne Goodman, Joshua Crowgey and Fei Xia. 2013. Towards Creating Precision Grammars from Interlinear Glossed Text: Inferring Large-Scale Typological Properties. In Proceedings of the ACL 2013 workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences and Humanities. [.bib]

Fokkens, Antske and Emily M. Bender. 2013. Time Travel in Grammar Engineering: Using a Metagrammar to Broaden the Search Space. In Proceedings of the ESSLLI Workshop on High-Level Methodologies in Grammar Engineering.

Bender, Emily M. 2013. Linguistic Fundamentals for Natural Language Processing: 100 Essentials from Morphology and Syntax. Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies #20. Morgan & Claypool Publishers. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Alex Lascarides. 2013. On Modeling Scope of Inflectional Negation. In P. Hofmeister and E. Norcliffe (eds). The Core and the Periphery: Data-driven Perspectives on Syntax Inspired by Ivan A. Sag. Stanford: CSLI Publications. p.101-124.

Morgan, Jonathan T., Meghan Oxley, Emily M. Bender, Liyi Zhu, Varya Gracheva, and Mark Zachry. Are We There Yet?: The Development of a Corpus Annotated for Social Acts in Multilingual Online Discourse. Dialogue & Discourse 4(2). p.1-33.

[2012]

Fokkens, Antske, Emily M. Bender and Varvara Gracehva. 2012. LinGO Grammar Matrix Customization System Documentation. Online resource.

Bender, Emily M., Robert Schikowski, and Balthasar Bickel. 2012. Deriving a Lexicon for a Precision Grammar from Language Documentation Resources: A Case Study of Chintang. Proceedings of COLING 2012. [.bib]

Song, Sangoun and Emily M. Bender. 2012. Individual Constraints for Information Structure. In Müller, Stefan, ed. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Chungnam National University Daejeon. pp.330-348. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Sumukh Ghodke, Timothy Baldwin and Rebecca Dridan. 2012. From Database to Treebank: On Enhancing Hypertext Grammars with Grammar Engineering and Treebank Search. In Nordhoff, Sebastian and Poggeman, Karl-Ludwig G. (eds), Electronic Grammaticography. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. pp.179-206.

Hohensee, Matt and Emily M. Bender. 2012. Getting More from Morphology in Multilingual Dependency Parsing. In Proceedings of the 2012 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies. Montreal, Canada. pp.315-326. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., David Wax, and Michael Wayne Goodman. 2012. From IGT to Precision Grammar: French Verbal Morphology. LSA Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts 2012

[2011]

Fokkens, Antske, Yi Zhang and Emily M. Bender. 2011. Spring Cleaning and Grammar Compression: Two Techniques for Detection of Redundancy in HPSG Grammars. Proceedings of PACLIC 2011: The 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation, Singapore. [.bib]

Song, Sanghoun and Emily M. Bender. 2011. Using Information Structure to Improve Transfer-based MT. In Müller, Stefan (ed), Proceedings of the HPSG 2011 Conference. Stanford: CSLI. pp.348-368. [.bib]

Crowgey, Joshua and Emily M. Bender. 2011. Analyzing Interacting Phenomena: Word Order and Negation in Basque. In Müller, Stefan (ed), Proceedings of the HPSG 2011 Conference. Stanford: CSLI. pp.46-59. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. 2011. On Achieving and Evaluating Language-Independence in NLP. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology. Special Issue on Interaction of Linguistics and Computational Linguistics, Timothy Baldwin and Valia Kordoni (eds). 6(3):1-26.

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger, Stephan Oepen and Yi Zhang. 2011. Parser Evaluation over Local and Non-Local Deep Dependencies in a Large Corpus. Proceedings of the 2011 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2011). pp.397-408. [.bib] [data/software] [slides]

Bender, Emily M., Jonathan T. Morgan, Meghan Oxley, Mark Zachry, Brian Hutchinson, Alex Marin, Bin Zhang and Mari Ostendorf. 2011. Annotating Social Acts: Authority Claims and Alignment Moves in Wikipedia Talk Pages. Proceedings of the Workshp on Language in Social Media (LSM 2011). [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Jennifer E. Arnold, eds. 2011. Language from a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage and Processing. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Arnold, Jennifer E. and Emily M. Bender. 2011. Introduction. In Bender, E.M. and Arnold J.E. (eds) Language from a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage and Processing. Stanford: CSLI Publications. pp.1-4.

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger and Stephan Oepen. 2011. Grammar Engineering and Linguistic Hypothesis Testing: Computational Support for Complexity in Syntactic Analysis. In Bender, E.M. and Arnold J.E. (eds) Language from a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage and Processing. Stanford: CSLI Publications. pp.5-29.

[2010]

Bender, Emily M., Scott Drellishak, Antske Fokkens, Laurie Poulson, and Safiyyah Saleem. 2010. Grammar Customization. Research on Language and Computation 8(1):23-72. [.bib] [Pre-print available on request.]

Marin, Alex, Mari Ostendorf, Bin Zhang, Jonathan T. Morgan, Meghan Oxley, Mark Zachry, and Emily M. Bender. 2010. Detecting Authority Bids in Online Discussions. Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on Spoken Language Technology 2010. pp.49-54.

Emily M. Bender and Jeff Good. 2010. A Grand Challenge for Linguistics: Scaling Up and Integrating Models. White paper contributed to NSF's SBE 2020 initiative.

Safiyyah Saleem and Emily M. Bender. 2010. Argument Optionality in the LinGO Grammar Matrix. COLING 2010: Posters. pp.1068-1076. [.bib]

Emily M. Bender, Scott Drellishak, Antske Fokkens, Michael Wayne Goodman Daniel P. Mills, Laurie Poulson and Safiyyah Saleem. 2010. Grammar Prototyping and Testing with the LinGO Grammar Matrix Customization System. Proceedings of the ACL 2010 System Demonstrations. pp.1-6. [.bib]

Emily M. Bender. 2010. Reweaving a Grammar for Wambaya: A Case Study in Grammar Engineering for Linguistic Hypothesis Testing. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 3(3). pp.1-34. [data]

Emily M. Bender and Langendoen, D. Terence. 2010. Computational Linguistics in Support of Linguistic Theory. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 3(2). pp.1-31.

Langendoen, D. Terence and Emily M. Bender 2010. Special volume Introduction. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 3(1). pp.1-3.

[2009]

Fokkens, Antske, Laurie Poulson and Emily M. Bender. 2009. Inflectional Morphology in Turkish VP Coordination. In Müller, Stefan (ed), Proceedings of the HPSG09 Conference. Stanford: CSLI. pp.110-130. [.bib] [grammar/testsuite]

Bender, Emily M. 2009. Linguistically Naïve != Language Independent: Why NLP Needs Linguistic Typology. In Proceedings of the EACL 2009 Workshop on the Interaction between Linguistics and Computational Linguistics: Virtuous, Vicious or Vacuous? Athens, Greece. pp.26-32. [.bib]

[2008]

Bender, Emily M. 2008. Grammar Engineering for Linguistic Hypothesis Testing. In Nicholas Gaylord, Alexis Palmer and Elias Ponvert, eds., Proceedings of the Texas Linguistics Society X Conference: Computational Linguistics for Less-Studied Languages. Stanford: CSLI Publications ONLINE. pp.16-36.

Bender, Emily M. 2008. Review of Huddleston and Pullum A Student's Introduction to English Grammar. Language 84(3):643-646.

Bender, Emily M. 2008. Radical Non-Configurationality Without Shuffle Operators: An Analysis of Wambaya. In Müller, Stefan (ed) Proceedings of the HPSG 2008 Conference. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and David Goss-Grubbs. 2008. Semantic Representations of Syntactically Marked Discourse Status in Crosslinguistic Perspective. Proceedings of Semantics in Systems for Text Processing(STEP 2008). College Publications. [preprint]

Bender, Emily M. 2008. Evaluating a Crosslinguistic Grammar Resource: A Case Study of Wambaya. In Proceedings of ACL08:HLT, Columbus, OH. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Fei Xia, and Erik Bansleben. 2008. Building a Flexible, Collaborative, Intensive Master's Program in Computational Linguistics. In Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Issues in Teaching Computational Linguistics at ACL09:HLT, Columbus, OH. [.bib]

[2007]

Bender, Emily M. 2007. Combining Research and Pedagogy in the Development of a Crosslinguistic Grammar Resource. In Proceedings of the GEAF 2007 Workshop. Stanford CA: CSLI Publications. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Laurie Poulson, Scott Drellishak, and Chris Evans. 2007. Validation and Regression Testing for a Cross-linguistic Grammar Resource. In Proceedings of the ACL 2007 Workshop on Deep Linguistic Processing. pp.136--143. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. 2007. Socially Meaningful Syntactic Variation in Sign-Based Grammar. In Adger, David and Trousdale, Graeme, eds. English Language and Linguistics 11(2) Special Issue on English Dialect Syntax: Theoretical Perspectives. pp.347--381.

[2006]

Bender, Emily M. 2006. Variation and Formal Theories of Grammar: HPSG. In Brown, Keith (editor-in-chief). The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition. Oxford: Elsevier Publishers. Volume 13, pp.326-329. [.bib]

[2005]

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger, Frederik Fouvry, and Melanie Siegel. 2005. Special Issue on Shared Representation in Multilingual Grammar Engineering: Introduction. Journal of Research on Language and Computation.

Baldwin, Timothy, John Beavers, Emily M. Bender, Dan Flickinger, Ara Kim and Stephan Oepen. 2005. Beauty and the Beast: What running a broad-coverage precision grammar over the BNC taught us about the grammar---and the corpus. Kepser, Stephan and Marga Reis (eds). Linguistic Evidence: Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Perspectives. Mouton de Gruyter. pp.49-70. [.bib]

Drellishak, Scott and Emily M. Bender. 2005. A Coordination Module for a Crosslinguistic Grammar Resource. Stephan Müller, ed. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Dan Flickinger. 2005. Rapid Prototyping of Scalable Grammars: Towards Modularity in Extensions to a Language-Independent Core. Proceedings of IJCNLP-05 (Posters/Demos), Jeju Island, Korea. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Jeff Good. 2005. Implementation for Discovery: A Bipartite Lexicon to Support Morphological and Syntactic Analysis. In Edwards, Midtlyng, Sprague and Stensrud, eds. Chicago Linguistic Society 41: The Panels.

Bender, Emily M., Markus Egg, and Michael Tepper. 2005. Semantic Construction for Nominal Expressions in Cross-linguistic Perspective. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Computational Semantics. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. 2005. On the Boundaries of Linguistic Competence: Matched-guise Experiments as Evidence of Knowledge of Grammar. In Borsley, Robert D., ed. Lingua 115(11): Special volume on data in syntax, semantics and pragmatics. pp.1579-1598. [.bib]

[2004]

Siegel, Melanie and Emily M. Bender. 2004. Head-Initial Constructions in Japanese. Müller, Stefan (ed). Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. Stanford: CSLI Publications. pp.244-260. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger, Stephan Oepen, Annemarie Walsh and Tim Baldwin. 2004. Arboretum: Using a precision grammar for grammar checking in CALL. Proceedings of the InSTIL/ICAL Symposium: NLP and Speech Technologies in Advance Language Learning Systems, Venice, Italy. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger, Jeff Good and Ivan A. Sag. 2004. Montage: Leveraging Advances in Grammar Engineering, Linguistic Ontologies, and Mark-up for the Documentation of Underdescribed Languages. Proceedings of the Workshop on First Steps for Language Documentation of Minority Languages: Computational Linguistic Tools for Morphology, Lexicon and Corpus Compilation, LREC 2004, Lisbon, Portugal. [.bib]

Baldwin, Timothy, Emily M. Bender, Dan Flickinger, Ara Kim and Stephan Oepen. 2004. Road-testing the English Resource Grammar over the British National Corpus. Proceedings of LREC 2004, Lisbon, Portugal. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Melanie Siegel. 2004. Implementing the Syntax of Japanese Numeral Classifiers. Proceedings of IJCNLP-04, Hainan Island, China. pp.398-405. [.bib]

[2003]

Flickinger, Dan and Emily M. Bender. 2003. Compositional Semantics in a Multilingual Grammar Resource. Presented at the Workshop on Ideas and Stratgies for Multilingual Grammar Development, ESSLLI 2003, Vienna. pp.33-42. (also available as pdf) [.bib]

Sag, Ivan A., Thomas Wasow, and Emily M. Bender. 2003. Syntactic Theory: A Formal Introduction, Second Edition. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

Bender, Emily, Ivan A. Sag and Thomas Wasow. 2003. Instructor's Manual for Syntactic Theory: A Formal Introduction. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

[2002]

Bender, Emily M. 2002. Number Names in Japanese: A Head-Medial Construction in a Head-Final Language. ms. (Also available as pdf) Comments welcome!

Bender, Emily M. and Sheila Bender. 2002. More than your English teacher ever told you (Part II). Writing It Real. Online: WritingItReal.com. 14 Nov 2002. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. and Sheila Bender. 2002. More than your English teacher ever told you). Writing It Real. Online: WritingItReal.com. 12 Sept 2002. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M., Dan Flickinger and Stephan Oepen. 2002. The Grammar Matrix: An Open-Source Starter-Kit for the Rapid Development of Cross-Linguistically Consistent Broad-Coverage Precision Grammars. Carroll, John, Nelleke Oostdijk, and Richard Sutcliffe, eds. Proceedings of the Workshop on Grammar Engineering and Evaluation at the 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan. pp. 8-14. (Also available as .pdf) [.bib]

Siegel, Melanie and Emily M. Bender. 2002. Efficient Deep Processing of Japanese. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Asian Language Resources and International Standardization at the 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan. [.bib]

Oepen, Stephan, Emily M. Bender, Uli Callmeier, Dan Flickinger and Melanie Siegel. 2002. Parallel Distributed Grammar Engineering for Practical Applications. Carroll, John, Nelleke Oostdijk, and Richard Sutcliffe, eds. Proceedings of the Workshop on Grammar Engineering and Evaluation at the 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan. pp. 15-21. [.bib]

Bender, Emily M. 2002. Review of Martin et al (eds) Step by Step: Essays on Minimalist Syntax in Honor of Howard Lasnik. Journal of Linguistics 38(2):432-439. [.bib]

[2001]

Bender, Emily M. and Andreas Kathol. In press (2001). Constructional Effects of Just Because ... Doesn't Mean ... BLS 27. (Also available as pdf.)

Bender, Emily M. 2001. Syntactic Variation and Linguistic Competence: The Case of AAVE Copula Absence. PhD thesis, Stanford University. [.bib]

[2000]

Bender, Emily M. and Ivan A. Sag. 2000. Incorporating Contracted Auxiliaries in English. In Cann, Ronnie, Claire Grover, and Philip Miller, eds. Grammatical Interfaces in HPSG. Stanford: CSLI. pp.17-32. [.bib]

Bender, Emily. 2000. Non-Categorical Constraints in Perception. In Minnick Fox, Michelle, Alexander Williams, and Elsi Kaiser, eds. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 7(1). pp.15-26. [.bib]

Bender, Emily. 2000. The syntax of Mandarin bǎ: Reconsidering the verbal analysis. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 9(2). pp.105-145. [.bib]

[1999]

Riehemann, Susanne Z. and Emily Bender. 1999. Absolute constructions: On the distribution of predicative idioms. In Proceedings of WCCFL 18 Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pp.476-489. [.bib]

Bender, Emily. 1999. Constituting Context: Null Objects in English Recipes Revisited. In Alexander, Jim, Na-Rae Han, and Michelle Minnick Fox, eds. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 6(1). pp.53-68. [.bib]

Bender, Emily and Dan Flickinger. 1999. Diachronic evidence for extended argument structure. In Bouma, Gosse, Erhard Hinrichs, Geert-Jan Kruijff and Richard Oehrle, eds. Constraints and Resources in Natural Language Syntax and Semantics. pp.3-19. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

Bender, Emily and Dan Flickinger. 1999. Peripheral constructions and core phenomena: Agreement in tag questions. In Webelhuth, Gert, Jean-Pierre Koenig and Andreas Kathol, eds. Lexical and Constructional Aspects of Linguistic Explanation pp.199-214. Stanford: CSLI. [.bib]

 

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