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Any domain parsing: Automatic domain adaptation for natural language parsing
by McClosky, David, Ph.D.  Brown University. 2010: 86 pages; 3430199.
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Influences on Parsing Ambiguity
by Ackerman, Lauren Marie, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2015: 343 pages; 3741393.
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Identification and Representation of Caused Motion Constructions
by Hwang, Jena D., Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2014: 193 pages; 3672431.
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"Literature," Progress, and Monsters: What is Electronic Literature?
by Godwin, Mary L., Ph.D.  Purdue University. 2017: 288 pages; 10267195.
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L1 Biases in Learning Root-and-Pattern Morphology
by Drake, Shiloh Nicole, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2018: 126 pages; 10932694.
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Deep Learning for Attribute Inference, Parsing, and Recognition of Face
by Luo, Ping, Ph.D.  The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong). 2014: 122 pages; 3691916.
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A study of a data parallel algorithm for XML DOM parsing
by Shah, Bhavik Bharatkumar, M.S.  University of Missouri - Kansas City. 2009: 50 pages; 1478718.
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Real-Time Road Traffic Events Detection and Geo-Parsing
by Kumar, Saurabh, M.S.E.C.E.  Purdue University. 2018: 70 pages; 10842958.
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A study of different XML parsing techniques in a multicore environment
by Tsai, Yao An, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 57 pages; 1520934.
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Second language sentence processing: Is it fundamentally different?
by Rodriguez, Guillermo A., Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2008: 185 pages; 3349269.
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Syntactic Agreement in Bilingual Corpora
by Burkett, David Ernesto, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2012: 73 pages; 3555595.
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Lojbanic English, An Interlingua for Parallel Machine Translation
by Immes, Luke P., Ph.D.  University of Massachusetts Lowell. 2019: 164 pages; 13880804.
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Syntax-Directed Recognition of Hand-Printed Two-dimensional Mathematics
by Anderson, Robert Helms, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2010: 190 pages; 3455641.
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Citation handling: Processing citation texts in scientific documents
by Whidby, Michael Alan, M.S.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2012: 77 pages; 1529438.
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Analysis and optimization for processing grid-scale XML datasets
by Head, Michael Reuben, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 2009: 121 pages; 3389637.
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Cross-Lingual Transfer of Semantics in Low-Resource Settings
by Aminian, Maryam, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2019: 142 pages; 27664551.
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Structured access in sentence comprehension
by Dillon, Brian William, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2011: 364 pages; 3478842.
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Optimizing Machine Translation by Learning to Search
by Galron, Daniel, Ph.D.  New York University. 2012: 218 pages; 3546405.
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Grammatical methods in computer vision
by Purdy, Eric, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2013: 212 pages; 3557428.
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Grammatical formalisms for RNA structure analysis
by Al Seesi, Sahar, Ph.D.  University of Connecticut. 2010: 121 pages; 3420201.
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Refining syntactic sugar: Tools for supporting macro development
by Culpepper, Ryan, Ph.D.  Northeastern University. 2010: 134 pages; 3398747.
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Adaptation of AspectJ for C sharp
by Tam, Rachel, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 157 pages; 1523056.
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Linguistically Motivated Features for CCG Realization Ranking
by Rajkumar, Rajakrishnan, Ph.D.  The Ohio State University. 2012: 167 pages; 10631306.
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Information extraction in an optical character recognition context
by Pereda, Ramon, Ph.D.  University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 2011: 81 pages; 3464808.
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A theory of typed hygienic macros
by Herman, David, Ph.D.  Northeastern University. 2010: 168 pages; 3398847.
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Use case diagram generation through parsed use case text
by Ahmed, Sheikh Riaz, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 65 pages; 1522613.
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Interface grammars for modular software verification
by Hughes, Graham, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2009: 203 pages; 3350382.
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Utility of Feedback Given by Students During Courses
by Atkisson, Michael Alton, Ph.D.  Brigham Young University. 2017: 133 pages; 10267901.
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High-performance knowledge-based entity extraction
by Middleton, Anthony M., Ph.D.  Nova Southeastern University. 2009: 317 pages; 3352341.
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