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Volume 55(2), June 2019

Special issue: Current state of the art in language technology for Polish, guest-edited by Maciej Ogrodniczuk

Table of Contents

[Read online at De Gruyter]

Maciej Ogrodniczuk: Preface

Danijel Koržinek, Krzysztof Wołk, Łukasz Brocki and Krzysztof Marasek: Automatic transcription of the Polish Newsreel

Katarzyna Krasnowska-Kieraś and Łukasz Kobyliński: Part of speech tagging for Polish

Michał Marcińczuk  and Aleksander Wawer: Named entity recognition for Polish

Jan Kocoń, Tomasz Bernaś and Marcin Oleksy: Recognition and normalisation of temporal expressions using conditional random fields and cascade of partial rules

Alina Wróblewska and Piotr Rybak : Dependency parsing of Polish

Arkadiusz Janz and Maciej Piasecki : A weakly supervised word sense disambiguation for Polish using rich lexical resources

Maciej Ogrodniczuk: Nominal coreference resolution for Polish

Mateusz Kopeć : Three-step coreference-based summarizer for Polish news texts

Aleksander Wawer : Sentiment analysis for Polish

Krzysztof Wołk, Agnieszka Wołk and Krzysztof Marasek: Semantic approach for building generated virtual-parallel corpora from monolingual texts

Krzysztof Jassem and Tomasz Dwojak: Statistical versus neural machine translation – A case study for a medium size domain-specific bilingual corpus