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	title        = {The past meets the present in Swedish FrameNet++},
	abstract     = {The paper is about a recently initiated project which aims at the development of a Swedish FrameNet as an integral part of a larger lexical resource, hence the name “Swedish FrameNet++” (SweFN++). It focuses on reuse of free electronic resources and their role in the acquisition and population of Swedish frames. After a brief overview of Swedish resources, we reflect on three approaches to recycling the available lexical data in a semi-automatic manner. SweFN++ will be a multi-functional resource supporting research within lexicology and linguistics as well as different applications within computational lexicography and language technology, not to mention e-science.},
	booktitle    = {14th EURALEX International Congress},
	author       = {Borin, Lars and Dannélls, Dana and Forsberg, Markus and Toporowska Gronostaj, Maria and Kokkinakis, Dimitrios},
	year         = {2010},
	pages        = {269--281},

	title        = {Swedish FrameNet++},
	journal      = {Swedish Language Technology Conference 2010},
	author       = {Borin, Lars and Dannélls, Dana and Forsberg, Markus and Toporowska Gronostaj, Maria and Kokkinakis, Dimitrios},
	year         = {2010},

	title        = {Verb Morphology of Hebrew and Maltese - Towards an Open Source Type Theoretical Resource Grammar in GF.},
	abstract     = {One of the first issues that a programmer must tackle when writing a complete computer program that processes natural language is
how to design the morphological component. A typical morphological component should cover three main aspects in a given language:
(1) the lexicon, i.e. how morphemes are encoded, (2) orthographic changes, and (3) morphotactic variations. This is in particular
challenging when dealing with Semitic languages because of their non-concatenative morphology called root-and pattern morphology.
In this paper we describe the design of two morphological components for Hebrew and Maltese verbs in the context of the Grammatical
Framework (GF). The components are implemented as a part of larger grammars and are currently under development. We found that
although Hebrew and Maltese share some common characteristics in their morphology, it seems difficult to generalize morphosyntactic
rules across Semitic verbs when the focus is towards computational linguistics motivated lexicons. We describe and compare the verb
morphology of Hebrew and Maltese and motivate our implementation efforts towards a complete open source type theoretical resource
grammars for Semitic languages. Future work will focus on semantic aspects of morphological processing.},
	booktitle    = {Proceedings of LREC 2010. Workshop on Language Resources (LRs) and Human Language Technologies (HLT) for Semitic Languages Status, Updates, and Prospects.},
	author       = {Dannélls, Dana and Camilleri, John J.},
	year         = {2010},

	title        = {MapServer at Språkbanken},
	author       = {Dannélls, Dana},
	year         = {2010},
	publisher    = {University of Gothenburg},
	address      = {Göteborg},

	title        = {Discourse Generation from Formal Specifications Using the Grammatical Framework, GF},
	abstract     = {Semantic web ontologies contain structured information that do not have discourse structure embedded in them. Hence, it becomes increasingly hard to devise multilingual texts that humans comprehend.
In this paper we show how to generate coherent multilingual texts from formal representations using discourse strategies. We demonstrate how discourse structures are mapped to GF’s abstract grammar specifications from which multilingual descriptions of work of art objects are generated automatically.
	journal      = {Special issue of the journal Research in Computing Science (RCS)},
	author       = {Dannélls, Dana},
	year         = {2010},
	volume       = {46},
	pages        = {167--178},

	title        = {Applying semantic frame theory to automate natural language templates generation from ontology statements},
	abstract     = {Today there exist a growing number of
framenet-like resources offering semantic
and syntactic phrase specifications that can be exploited by natural language generation systems. In this paper we present on-going work that provides a starting point for exploiting framenet information for multilingual natural language generation. We describe the kind of information offered by modern computational lexical resources and discuss how template-based generation systems can benefit from them.},
	booktitle    = {The 6th International Natural Language Generation Conference},
	author       = {Dannélls, Dana},
	year         = {2010},