Antonio Moreno-Sandoval

NYU, Univ. Autónoma de Madrid

Also published as: Antonio Moreno Sandoval, Antonio Moreno

Other people with similar names: Antonio Moreno-Ortiz (Univ. of Málaga), Antonio Moreno Ribas (Univ. Rovira i Virgili)


2019

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Tone Analysis in Spanish Financial Reporting Narratives
Antonio Moreno-Sandoval | Pablo Alfonso Haya Ana Gisbert | Marta Guerrero | Helena Montoro
Proceedings of the Second Financial Narrative Processing Workshop (FNP 2019)

2012

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Medical Term Extraction in an Arabic Medical Corpus
Doaa Samy | Antonio Moreno-Sandoval | Conchi Bueno-Díaz | Marta Garrote-Salazar | José M. Guirao
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12)

This paper tests two different strategies for medical term extraction in an Arabic Medical Corpus. The experiments and the corpus are developed within the framework of Multimedica project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation and aiming at developing multilingual resources and tools for processing of newswire texts in the Health domain. The first experiment uses a fixed list of medical terms, the second experiment uses a list of Arabic equivalents of very limited list of common Latin prefix and suffix used in medical terms. Results show that using equivalents of Latin suffix and prefix outperforms the fixed list. The paper starts with an introduction, followed by a description of the state-of-art in the field of Arabic Medical Language Resources (LRs). The third section describes the corpus and its characteristics. The fourth and the fifth sections explain the lists used and the results of the experiments carried out on a sub-corpus for evaluation. The last section analyzes the results outlining the conclusions and future work.

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Spontaneous Speech Corpora for language learners of Spanish, Chinese and Japanese
Antonio Moreno-Sandoval | Leonardo Campillos Llanos | Yang Dong | Emi Takamori | José M. Guirao | Paula Gozalo | Chieko Kimura | Kengo Matsui | Marta Garrote-Salazar
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12)

This paper presents a method for designing, compiling and annotating corpora intended for language learners. In particular, we focus on spoken corpora for being used as complementary material in the classroom as well as in examinations. We describe the three corpora (Spanish, Chinese and Japanese) compiled by the Laboratorio de Lingüística Informática at the Autonomous University of Madrid (LLI-UAM). A web-based concordance tool has been used to search for examples in the corpus, and providing the text along with the corresponding audio. Teaching materials from the corpus, consisting the texts, the audio files and exercises on them, are currently on development.

2008

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Developing a Phonemic and Syllabic Frequency Inventory for Spontaneous Spoken Castilian Spanish and their Comparison to Text-Based Inventories
Antonio Moreno Sandoval | Doroteo Torre Toledano | Raúl de la Torre | Marta Garrote | José M. Guirao
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08)

In this paper we present our recent work to develop phonemic and syllabic inventories for Castilian Spanish based on the C-ORAL-ROM corpus, a spontaneous spoken resource with varying degrees of naturalness and in different communicative contexts. These inventories have been developed by means of a phonemic and syllabic automatic transcriptor whose output has been assessed by manually reviewing most of the transcriptions. The inventories include absolute frequencies of occurrence of the different phones and syllables. These frequencies have been contrasted against an inventory extracted from a comparable textual corpus, finding evidence that the available inventories, based mainly on text, do not provide an accurate description of spontaneously spoken Castilian Spanish.

2006

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Building a Parallel Multilingual Corpus (Arabic-Spanish-English)
Doaa Samy | Antonio Moreno Sandoval | José M. Guirao | Enrique Alfonseca
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

This paper presents the results (1st phase) of the on-going research in the Computational Linguistics Laboratory at Autónoma University of Madrid (LLI-UAM) aiming at the development of a multi-lingual parallel corpus (Arabic-Spanish-English) aligned on the sentence level and tagged on the POS level. A multilingual parallel corpus which brings together Arabic, Spanish and English is a new resource for the NLP community that completes the present panorama of parallel corpora. In the first part of this study, we introduce the novelty of our approach and the challenges encountered to create such a corpus. This introductory part highlights the main features of the corpus and the criteria applied during the selection process. The second part focuses on two main stages: basic processing (tokenization and segmentation) and alignment. Methodology of alignment is explained in detail and results obtained in the three different linguistic pairs are compared. POS tagging and tools used in this stage are discussed in the third part. The final output is available in two versions: the non-aligned version and the aligned one. The latter adopts the TMX (Translation Memory Exchange) standard format. At the end, the section dedicated to the future work points out the key stages concerned with extending the corpus and the studies that can benefit, directly or indirectly, from such a resource.

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The wraetlic NLP suite
Enrique Alfonseca | Antonio Moreno-Sandoval | José María Guirao | María Ruiz-Casado
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

In this paper, we describe the second release of a suite of language analysers, developed over the last five years, called wraetlic, which includes tools for several partial parsing tasks, both for English and Spanish. It has been successfully used in fields such as Information Extraction, thesaurus acquisition, Text Summarisation and Computer Assisted Assessment.

2004

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Construction of a Bilingual Arabic-Spanish Lexicon of Verbs Based on a Parallel Corpus
Doaa Samy | Antonio Moreno-Sandoval | José M. Guirao
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’04)

Parallel corpora are considered an important resource for the development of linguistic tools. In this paper our main goal is the development of a bilingual lexicon of verbs. The construction of this lexicon is possible using two main resources: I) a parallel corpus (through the alignment); II) the linguistic tools developed for Spanish (which serve as a starting point for developing tools for Arabic language). At the end, aligned equivalent verbs are detected automatically from a parallel corpus Spanish-Arabic. To achieve this goal, we had to pass through different preparatory stages concerning the assesment of the parallel corpus, the monolingual tokenization of each corpus, a preliminary sentence alignment and finally applying the model of automatic extraction of equivalent verbs. Our method is hybrid, since it combines both statistical and linguistic approaches.

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The C-ORAL-ROM CORPUS. A Multilingual Resource of Spontaneous Speech for Romance Languages
Emanuela Cresti | Fernanda Bacelar do Nascimento | Antonio Moreno Sandoval | Jean Veronis | Philippe Martin | Khalid Choukri
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’04)

The C-ORAL-ROM project has delivered a multilingual corpus of spontaneous speech for the main romance languages (Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish). The collection aims to represent the variety of speech acts performed in everyday language and to enable the description of prosodic and syntactic structures in the four romance languages. Sampling criteria are defined in a corpus design scheme. C-ORAL-ROM adopts two different sampling strategies, one for the formal and one for the informal part: While a set of typical domains of application is selected to document the formal use of language, the informal part documents speech variation using parameters referring to the event’s structure (dialogue vs. monologue) and the sociological domain of use (family-private vs public). The four romance corpora are tagged with respect to terminal and non terminal prosodic breaks. Terminal breaks are assumed to be the more relevant cues for the identification of relevant linguistic domains in spontaneous speech (utterances). Relations with other concurrent criteria are discussed. The multimedia storage of the C-ORAL-ROM corpus is based on this principle; each textual string ending with a terminal break is aligned, through the Win Pitch speech software, to its acoustic counterpart, generating the data base of all utterances.

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Syntax to Semantics Transformation: Application to Treebanking
Manuel Alcántara | Antonio Moreno
Proceedings of the Workshop Frontiers in Corpus Annotation at HLT-NAACL 2004

2002

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The C-ORAL-ROM Project. New methods for spoken language archives in a multilingual romance corpus
Emanuela Cresti | Massimo Moneglia | Fernanda Bacelar do Nascimento | Antonio Moreno Sandoval | Jean Veronis | Philippe Martin | Kalid Choukri | Valerie Mapelli | Daniele Falavigna | Antonio Cid | Claude Blum
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’02)

2000

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A Treebank of Spanish and its Application to Parsing
Antonio Moreno | Ralph Grishman | Susana López | Fernando Sánchez | Satoshi Sekine
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’00)

1998

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Deriving Transfer Rules from Dominance-Preserving Alignments
Adam Meyers | Roman Yangarber | Ralph Grishman | Catherine Macleod | Antonio Moreno-Sandoval
COLING 1998 Volume 2: The 17th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

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Deriving Transfer Rules from Dominance-Preserving Alignments
Adam Meyers | Roman Yangarber | Ralph Grishman | Catherine Macleod | Antonio Moreno-Sandoval
36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and 17th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Volume 2