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Published Papers

Makoto Yamazaki, Yumi Miyazaki, Wakako Kashino
11th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC2018)      May 2018   [Refereed]
Mathematical Linguistics   28(4) 153-161   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
It is recognized that frequency of Katakana representation is increasing in newspapers or magazines in recent years, but few systematic or quantitative analysis has been reported regarding the word representation, so far. Based on a newly-compiled...
Kashino Wakako, Nakano Hiroshi, Ishii Masahiko
Journal of Japan Society of Information and Knowledge   9(4) 12-28, 49   Feb 2000
"Bunrui Goihyo" (Word List By Semantic Principles) is one of the most widely used Japanese thesauruses compiled by The National Language Research Institute. This paper discusses its design policies as well as its real lexical descriptions both fro...
IPSJ Journal   39(9) 2603-2612   Sep 1998
In our IPAL-BN(IPA Lexicon of Basic Japanese Nouns), the usages of nouns are separately described based on their syntactic and semantic properties. We call these descriptions Subentries. Whereas conventional Japanese dictionaries only enumerate us...

Conference Activities & Talks

Wakako Kashino, Manabu Okumura
IPSJ SIG Notes   23 Oct 2010   
Old words, when included in Japanese dictionaries, are often annotated as "archaic" or "obsolete". However, the actual use of those words varies depending on the individual word. In this paper, we investigate the use of such words using the Balanc...
SHIRAI Kiyoaki, KASHINO Wakako, HASHIMOTO Minako, TOKUNAGA Takenobu, ARITA Eiichi, ISAHARA Hitoshi, OGINO Shiho, KOBUNE Ryuichi, TAKAHASHI Hironobu, NAGAO Katashi, HASIDA Koiti, MURATA Masaki
IPSJ SIG Notes   25 Jan 2001   
In this paper, we describe the overview of the word sense tagged text database we currently construct. As target words to which word sense tags would be assigned, we chose 149, 556 words, which are nouns, verbs or adjectives, from 888, 000 words i...
IEICE technical report. Natural language understanding and models of communication   26 May 1999   
A new methodology is proposed for lexical description of collocations. First a strategy for lexical description is discussed from the viewpoints of both language analysis and generation. It is shown that the proposed approach considering those two...


Journal of Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics   23(5) 705-713   Oct 2011   [Invited]