publications in books and journals

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2016

Bernd Resch, Anja Summa, Peter Zeile, and Michael Strube (2016).
Citizen-centric urban planning through extracting emotion information from Twitter in an interdisciplinary space-time-linguistics algorithm.
Urban Planning, 1(2):114-127. DOI link


2015

Sebastian Martschat and Michael Strube (2015).
Latent structures for coreference resolution.
Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 3:405-418. PDF


2013

Vivi Nastase and Michael Strube (2013).
Transforming Wikipedia into a large scale multilingual concept network.
Artificial Intelligence, 194:62-85. DOI PDF


2011

Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Michael Strube (2011).
Taxonomy induction based on a collaboratively built knowledge repository.
Artificial Intelligence, 175(9/10):1737-1756. DOI PDF


2010

Michael Strube (2010).
Wikipedia: Wissen für die Künstliche Intelligenz.
Spektrum der Wissenschaft, pages 94-102, December


2009

Michael Strube (2009).
Anaphernresolution.
In K.-U. Carstensen, C. Ebert, C. Endriss, S. Jekat, R. Klabunde, and H. Langer, editors, Computerlinguistik und Sprachtechnologie. Eine Einführung, pages 399-409. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, 3rd edition,


2007

Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Michael Strube (2007).
Knowledge derived from Wikipedia for computing semantic relatedness.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 30:181-212. PDF

Katja Filippova and Michael Strube (2007).
The German Vorfeld and local coherence.
Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 16(4):465-485. DOI link

Michael Strube, Margot Mieskes, and Christoph Müller (2007).
Gesprächsprotokolle auf Knopfdruck: Die automatische Zusammenfassung von gesprochenen Dialogen.
In W. Kallmeyer, editor, Jahrbuch 2006 des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache: Sprachkorpora - Datenmengen und Erkenntnisfortschritt, pages 249-265. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.

Michael Strube (2007).
Corpus-based and machine learning approaches to coreference resolution.
In M. Schwarz-Friesel, M. Consten, and M. Knees, editors, Anaphors in Text. Cognitive, formal and applied approaches to anaphoric reference, pages 207-222. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins.


2006

Christoph Müller and Michael Strube (2006).
Multi-level annotation of linguistic data with MMAX2.
In Sabine Braun, Kurt Kohn, and Joybrato Mukherjee, editors, Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy: New Resources, New Tools, New Methods, pages 197-214. Peter Lang: Frankfurt a.M., Germany. PDF


2005

Michael Strube (2005).
Anaphora and coreference resolution, statistical.
In Keith Brown, editor, Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, volume 1, pages 216-223. Elsevier, 2nd edition. link


2004

Michael Strube and Candy Sidner, editors (2004).
5th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue. Proceedings of the Workshop, Cambridge, Mass.: 30 April - May 1, 2004. Stroudsberg, Penn.: Association for Computational Linguistics. link

Michael Strube (2004).
Anaphernresolution.
In K.-U. Carstensen, C. Ebert, C. Endriss, S. Jekat, R. Klabunde, and H. Langer, editors, Computerlinguistik und Sprachtechnologie. Eine Einführung, pages 339-347. Heidelberg, Germany: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2nd edition.


2000

Miriam Eckert and Michael Strube (2000).
Dialogue acts, synchronising units and anaphora resolution.
Journal of Semantics, 17(1):51-89. DOI PDF


1999

Michael Strube and Udo Hahn (1999).
Functional centering: Grounding referential coherence in information structure.
Computational Linguistics, 25(3):309-344, PDF


1997

Michael Strube and Udo Hahn (1997).
PARSETALK about sentence- and text-level anaphora.
In R. Mitkov and N. Nicolov, editors, Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing 1995: Selected Papers from RANLP '95, pages 85-96. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins.

Norbert Bröker, Michael Strube, Susanne Schacht, and Udo Hahn (1997).
Coarse-grained parallelism in natural language understanding: Parsing as message passing.
In H.L. Jones, D.B. andSomers, editor, New Methods in Language Processing., pages 301-317. London, U.K.: UCL Press.