Karin Harbusch's Literature List

Mutual attraction between high-frequency verbs and clause types with finite verbs in early positions: corpus evidence from spoken English, Dutch, and German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience , open access, 2019.

Information-structural effects of the accessibility of finite verbs: Corpus evidence from spoken English, Dutch, and German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch .
Proceedings of Conference: Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 34 (CGSW 34), Konstanz, pp, 24-25, 2019.

High verb frequency as an accessibility parameter promoting early verb placement in main clauses of OHG, OS and OE
Karin Harbusch, Gerard Kempen, and Ans van Kemenade.
Proceedings of Conference: Historical Corpora and Variation , Cagliari, Sardinia, 2019.

'Omdat ik heb vanavond een vergadering': Volgordefouten in bijzinnen.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Onze Taal , 88, 22-23, 2019.

How a linguistic theory ensues from systematic grammaticality ratings by native speakers.
Karin Harbusch and Denis Memmesheimer.
Proceedings of Conference: Fieldwork: methods and theory, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2018.

Polish clausal coordination with and without ellipsis.
Karin Harbusch, Denis Memmesheimer, Joanna Franek, and Wojciech Kwasnik.
Wojciech Guz and Bogdan Szymanek (eds.). Canonical and non-canonical structures in Polish. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin, Poland, pp. 97-121, 2018.

High verb frequency as an accessibility parameter promoting early verb placement in main clauses in three semi-free word order languages.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch
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Proceedings of Conference: AMLaP Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Berlin, September, 2018.

A competitive mechanism selecting verb-second versus verb-final word order in causative and argumentative clauses of spoken Dutch: A corpus-linguistic study
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Language Sciences, Volume 69, September 2018, Pages 30-42.

A neurocomputational mechanism selecting verb-second versus verb-final word order in causative clauses of spoken German and Dutch
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of Workshop: Implicit and explicit marking of discourse relations: the comparison between causals vs. conditionals, Osnabrück, May, 2018.

Verb frequency as a sentence-production factor modulating historical Object-Verb to Verb-Object changes in West-Germanic languages.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of The NINJAL International Symposium on Exploiting Parsed Corpora: Applications in Research, Pedagogy, and Processing, Tokyo, Japan, December, 2017.

Double competition for SOV vs. SVO in causative clauses of Dutch and German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the Conference: AMLaP Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing , Lancaster, UK, September, 2017.

Easy accessibility and retrievability of high-frequent verbs as a production-based factor modulating historical SOV-to-SVO word order changes.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Cambridge, MA, USA, March, 2017.

The production of causative and explanatory clauses in spoken Dutch: A corpus-linguistic study into verb-second word order after omdat 'because'.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the CogLing - Cognitive Linguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January, 2017.

Frequential test of (S)OV as unmarked word order in Dutch and German clauses: A serendipitous corpus-linguistic experiment.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Crossroads semantics: Computation, experiment and grammar , Hilke Reckman, Lisa L.S. Cheng, Maarten Hijzelendoorn, and Rint Sybesma (eds.), John Benjamins, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2016.

Feedback visualization in a grammar-based e-learning system for German: A preliminary user evaluation with the COMPASS system.
Karin Harbusch and Annette Hausdörfer.
Proceedings of EUROCALL 2016: "CALL Communities and Culture" , Limassol, Cyprus, August 2016.
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ELLEIPO: Computing elliptical clausal coordinate structures for use in first- and second-language teaching.
Karin Harbusch, Denis Krusko, and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of Ellipsis Across Borders Conference 2016 , Sarajevo, June 2016.
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Automated Assistance in Evaluating the Design of On-screen Presentations.
Karin Harbusch, Denise Dünnebier, and Denis Krusko.
Proceedings of 18th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS), Rome, Italy, April, 2016.
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Verb-second word order after German weil 'because': Psycholinguistic theory from corpus-linguistic data.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen
Glossa, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2016.

Dative alternation and planning scope in spoken language: A corpus study on effects of verb bias in VO and OV clauses of Dutch.
Martje van de Velde, Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceeding of the AMLaP 2015 - Architectures & Mechanisms for Language Processing 2015 , Valletta, Malta, 2015, pp. 181.

Dative alternation and planning scope in spoken language: A corpus study on effects of verb bias in VO and OV clauses of Dutch.
Martje van de Velde, Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
LINGUA, 165, pp. 92-108.

Distinctive similarity of clausal coordinate ellipsis in Russian compared to Dutch, Estonian, German, and Hungarian.
Karin Harbusch and Denis Krusko.
Proceedings of BSNLP 2015 - The 5th Workshop on Balto-Slavic Natural Language Processing, Hissar, Bulgaria, 2015.

In spoken German and Dutch, high-frequent finite verbs populate main clauses more densely than subordinate clauses, but much less so in spoken English: A corpus-linguistic study into VO versus OV word order.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceeding of the DGFS 2015 - 37th Annual Meeting of the Deutsch Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, AG 4: VO-OV: Correlations of head-complement order in grammar and lexicon, Leipzig, March, 2015, pp. 123-124.

Optimizing the User Interface of a First-Aid App: A "Realistic" Usability Study with the Smartphone Application "Defi Now!"
Karin Harbusch and Janine Paschke. S. Hammoudi and J. Cordeiro and L.A. Maciaszek and J. Filipe (eds.). Enterprise Information Systems, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg etc., 2014, pp. 421-437.
Automatic Feedback Generation for Grammatical Errors in German as Second Language Focused on the Learner´s Personal Acquisition Level.
Karin Harbusch, Christel-Joy Cameran and Johannes Härtel.
Proceedings of EUROCALL 2014 - CALL Design: Principles and Practice, Groningen, The Netherlands , August, 2014.

Verb-second word order in weil (because) clauses of spoken German: Psycholinguistics theory from corpus-linguistic data.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of SLE 2014 - 47th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Poznan, Poland, September, 2014.

Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis (CCE) in Hungarian compared to CCE in Dutch, German and Estonian.
Karin Harbusch and István Bátori.
Johan Brandtler, Valéria Molnár and Christer Platzack (eds.) Approaches to Hungarian, Volume 13: Papers from the 2011 Lund Conference, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia 2013, pp. 45-66.

Toward a uniform psycholinguistic framework for the linearization of nominal and verbal constituents during sentence production: Evidence from Dutch and German treebanks.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Presented at Research Day (ATALA - Labex EFL): Quantitative approaches in corpus linguistics and psycholinguistics: Word order and constituent order Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Paris, France, October, 2013.

From SOV to SVO: In search of cognitive forces driving the historical change from Subject-Object-Verb to Subject-Verb-Object in main clauses of Dutch and German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of AMLaP 2013 - Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Aix_Marseille, France, September, 2013.

COMPASS III: Teaching L2 grammar graphically on a tablet computer.
Karin Harbusch, Johannes Härtel and Christel-Joy Cameran.
Proceedings of SLaTE 2013 - Workshop speech and language technology in education, Grenoble, France, August/September, 2013.

Personalized grammar teaching on a tablet in inclusion classrooms.
Karin Harbusch, Johannes Härtel and Christel-Joy Cameran.
Proceedings of International Conference on Using New Technologies for Inclusive Learning, Glasgow Scotland, August, 2013.

How should an optimal user interface of a first aid app look like? Software-ergonomic conclusions from a "realistic" usability study with the smartphone application "DEFI NOW!" (Folien)
Karin Harbusch and Janine Paschke.
Proceedings of ICEIS 2013 - 15th International Conference of Enterprise Information Systems, Angers, France, July, 2013.

Eine einheitliche, psycholinguistisch motivierte Analyse von Ellipsen in Satzkoordinationen im Deutschen, Estnischen, Niederländischen und Ungarischen.
Karin Harbusch.
Mathilde Hennig (Hrsg.). Die Ellipse: Neue Perspektiven auf ein altes Phänomen, Reihe Linguistik - Impulse und Tendenzen 52, De Gryter, Berlin/Boston, 2013, pp, 321-350.

The Teacher Mode of The Sentence Fairy System: How to create your own e-learning writing lessons for German elementary school pupils.
Karin Harbusch, Christine Franz and Ulrich Koch.
Proceedings of ICERI 2012 - 5th International Conference of Education Research and Innovation, pp. 112-122, Madrid, Spain, November, 2012.

A frequency-based argument for SOV as unmarked word order in German and Dutch.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Abstract accepted for the Workshop on 'Grammar between Gradience and Frequency' (Markus Bader and Jana Häussler (eds.)) as part of the 34th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), Frankfurt, Germany, March, 2012.

A uniform psycholinguistically motivated analysis of coordinate ellipsis in two West-Germanic and two Finno-Ugric languages.
Karin Harbusch.
Abstract for: Mathilde Hennig (ed.). Conference "Ellipsen aus grammatischer und psycholinguistischer Perspektive", Giessen, Germany, September, 2011.

Clausal Coordinative Ellipsis in Hungarian in comparison to Dutch, Estonian and German.
Karin Harbusch and István Bátori.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian (ICSH 10), Lund, Sweden, August, 2011.

Integrated, interactive, and visualized teaching of writing and grammar: Prototypes of an ICALL tool.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of SLaTe 2011 - Workshop of the ISCA Special Interest Group on Speech and Language Technology in Education, Venice, Italy, August, 2011.

Incremental sentence production inhibits clausal coordinate ellipsis: A treebank study into Dutch and German.
Karin Harbusch.
David Schlangen and Hannes Rieser (eds.). Dialogue and Discourse, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2011, pp. 313-332, 2011.

Automatic online writing support for L2 learners of Germanthrough output monitoringby a natural-language paraphrase generator.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Mike Levy, Françoise Blin, Claire Bradin Siskin and Osamu Takeuchi (eds.),
WORLDCALL - International Perspective on Computer-Assisted Language Learning,Routledge, New York, NY, USA, 2011, pp. 128-143 (see also Supplement: Guided Tour through the COMPASSII system).

Applications of HMM-Based Supertagging.
Karin Harbusch, Jens Bäcker, Saša Hasan.
Srinivas Bangalore and Aravind K. Joshi (eds.),Supertagging: Using Complex Lexical Descriptions in Natural Language Processing,A Bradford Book, MIT, MA, USA, 2010, pages 449-477.

An ICALL writing support system tunable to varying levels of learner initiative.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of CALL 2010 - Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Motivation and Beyond, Antwerp, Belgium, 2010.

Computing Accurate Grammatical Feedback in a Virtual Writing Conference for German-Speaking Elementary-School Children: An Approach Based on Natural Language Generation.
Karin Harbusch, Gergana Itsova, Ulrich Koch and Christine Kühner.
CALICO Journal, Vol. 20, No. 3, May 2009, pages 626-643.

Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis and its Varieties in Spoken German: A Study with the TüBa-D/S Treebank of the VERBMOBIL Corpus.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of TLT8 - 8th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories, Milano, Italy, 2009.

A treebank study of clausal coordinate ellipsis in spoken and written language.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of AMLaP - 15th Annual Conference onArchitectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Barcelona, Spain, 2009.

Incremental sentence production inhibits clausal coordinate ellipsis: A comparison of spoken and written language.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of the Workshop on Incrementality in Verbal Interaction, Bielefeld, Germany, 2009.

Generating clausal coordinate ellipsis multilingually:A uniform approach based on postediting.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of ENLG 2009:12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Athens, Greece, 2009.

A comparison of clausal coordinate ellipsis in Estonian and German:Remarkably similar elision rules allowa language-independent ellipsis-generation module.
Karin Harbusch, Mare Koit and Haldur Õim.
Proceedings of EACL 2009:12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Lingusitics, Athens, Greece, 2009.
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The Sentence Fairy: A natural-language generation system to support children's essay writing.
Karin Harbusch, Gergana Itsova, Ulrich Koch and Christine Kühner.
Computer Assisted Language Learning, Vol. 21, No. 4, October 2008, pages 339-352.

Comparing linguistic judgments and corpus frequencies as windows on grammatical competence: A study of argument linearization in German clauses.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Anita Steube, (ed.), Language, Context \& Cognition: The Discourse Potential of Underspecified Structures , DeGruyter, Berlin, 2008, pages 179-192.

A natural-language paraphrase generator for on-line monitoring and commenting incremental sentence construction by L2 learners of German.
Karin Harbusch, Gerard Kempen, and Theo Vosse.
Proceedings of WorldCALL 2008:Bridging the World through Technology Enhanced Language Learning, Fukuoka, Japan, 2008.

Toward accurate syntactic feedback in a writing lab for Germanspeakingelementary schoolers: A generation-based approach.
Karin Harbusch, Gergana Itsova, Ulrich Koch, and Christine Kühner.
Proceedings of the CALICO workshop on "Automatic Analysis of Learner Language", San Francisco, CA, USA, 2008.

Hidden Markov Model-based supertaggingand its application to a user-initiative dialogue systemand typing on an ambiguous keyboard.
Karin Harbusch, Jens Bäcker, and Saša Hasan.
Srinivas Bangalore and Aravind K. Joshi (eds.), Complexity of Lexical Description and its Relevance to Natural Language Processing: A Supertagging Approach, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2007.

"The Sentence Fairy":NLP techniques in support of essay writingby German-speaking elementary schoolers.
Karin Harbusch, Ulrich Koch, Christine Kühner, Gergana Itsova, and Camiel van Breugel.
Proceedings of iicall2 2007: Interfaces of Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Waterloo, Canada, 2007.

Interactive sentence combining and paraphrasing in support of integrated writing and grammar instruction: A new application area for natural language sentence generators.
Karin Harbusch, Camiel van Breugel, Ulrich Koch, and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of ENLG 2007 - 11th European Workshop onNatural Language Generation, Dagstuhl, 2007.

Clausal coordinate ellipsis in German:The TIGER treebank as a source of evidence.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of NODALIDA 2007 - Sixteenth Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics, Tartu, Estonia, 2007.

ELLEIPO: A module that computes coordinative ellipsis for language generators that don't.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of EACL 2006 - 11th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Lingusitics, Trento, 2006.

A generation-oriented workbench for Performance Grammar: Capturing linear order variability in German and Dutch.
Karin Harbusch, Gerard Kempen, Camiel van Breugel, and Ulrich Koch.
Proceedings of INLG - 20006 - Fourth International Natural Language Generation Conference, Sydney, Australia, July 2006, pp. 9-11.

The relationship between grammaticality ratings and corpus frequencies: A case study into word order variability in the midfield of German clauses.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Stephan Kepser and Marga Reis (eds.), Linguistic Evidence - Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Perspectives, Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, 2005, pages 329-349.

Syllabic suggestions for a highly ambiguous typing device.
Karin Harbusch.
in the Proceedings of the Dagstuhl-Seminar 05382 "Efficient Text Entry", September 2005.

Efficient Text Entry.
Karin Harbusch, Kari-Jouko Raiha, and Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii (eds.).
Proceedings of the Dagstuhl-Seminar 05382,September 2005.

Integrated natural language generation with schema-tree adjoining grammars.
Karin Harbusch and Jens Woch,.
Christopher Habel and Thomas Pechmann (eds.), Language Production. Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, Germany, 2004, pages 87-116.

A corpus study into word order variation in German subordinate clauses: Animacy affects linearization independently of grammatical function assignment.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Christopher Habel and Thomas Pechmann (eds.), Language Production. Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, Germany, 2004, pages 173-181.

How flexible is constituent order in the midfield of German subordinate clauses? A corpus study revealing unexpected rigidity.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the <ahref="http: www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de="" ling.evidence="" "=""> Linguistic Evidence Conference, Tübingen, Germany, 2004.

Generating natural word orders in a semi-free word order language:Treebank-based linearization preferences for German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.cicling.org="" 2004"=""> CICLING'2004 - Fourth International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics, Seoul, Korea, published as LNCS volume, Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, Alexander Gelbukh (ed.), Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, 2004.

N-Best Hidden Markov Model Supertagging to Improve Typing on an Ambiguous Keyboard.
Saša Hasan and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.cs.rutgers.edu="" tag+7="" "=""> TAG+7 - 7th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms, Vancouver, Canada, 2004.

Dutch and German verb constructions in Performance Grammar.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Pieter A.M. Seuren and Gerard Kempen (eds.), In Verb Constructions in German and Dutch, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 242, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2003, pages 185-221.

Word Order Scrambling as a Consequence of Incremental Sentence Production.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Holden Härtl and Heike Tappe (eds.), Mediating between Concepts and Grammar.Pages 141-164. Mouton DeGruyter,Berlin, 2003, pages 141-164.

An artificial opposition between grammaticality and frequency: comment on Bornkessel, Schlesewsky and Friederici (2002)
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Cognition 90:205-210, 2003.

Rectification
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch
Cognition 90:215, 2003.

An Efficient Online Parser for Contextual Grammars with at Most Context-Free Selectors.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.cicling.org="" 2003"=""> CICLING'2003 - Third International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics, Mexico City, Mexico, published as LNCS volume, Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, Alexander Gelbukh (ed.), Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, 2003.

Topic- and Author-Specific Suggestion Lists for Typing with Ambiguous Keyboards.
Karin Harbusch, Saša Hasan, Hajo Hoffmann, Michael Kühn, and Bernhard Schüler.
Proceedings of RANLP 2003 -Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, Borovets, Bulgaria , 2003.

An evaluation study of two-button scanning with ambiguous keyboards.
Karin Harbusch and Michael Kühn.
Proceedings of the 7th European Conference for the Advancement of Assistive Technology (AAATE 2003), Dublin, Ireland, 2003.

Towards an Adaptive Communication Aid with Text Input from Ambiguous Keyboards.
Karin Harbusch and Michael Kühn.
in the Proceedings of EACL 2003 - 10th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Budapest/Hungary, 2003.

Domain-Specific Disambiguation for Typing with Ambiguous Keyboards.
Karin Harbusch, Saša Hasan, Hajo Hoffmann, Michael Kühn, and Bernhard Schüler.
Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Modeling for Text Entry Methods at the 10th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2003), Budapest/Hungary, 2003.

Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Modeling for Text Entry Methods. at the 10th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2003)
Karin Harbusch, Michael Kühn, and Harald Trost (eds.).
Budapest, Hungary, 2003.

A corpus study into word order variation in German subordinateclauses: Animacy affects linearization independent of grammatical functionassignment.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch
Proceedings of AMLaP 2003 - International Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Glasgow, Great Britain, 2003.

Performance Grammar: A declarative definition.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Mariët Theune, Anton Nijholt, and Hendri Hondorp (eds.), Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001. Rodopi, Amsterdam/The Netherlands, 2002, pages 148-162.

A cross-language information retrieval system based on word sense disambiguation and document classification.
Karin Harbusch and Stefan Girmann.
Proceedings of the 13th World Congress of Applied Linguistics -Applied Linguistics in the 21st Century: Opportunities for Innovation and Creativity, Singapore, 2002.

Hidden Markov Model-based Supertagging in a user-initiative dialogue system
Jens Bäcker and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.ircs.upenn.edu="" tag="" "=""> TAG+6 - 6th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Frameworks , Venice, Italy, 2002, pages 269-278.

Usability study for domain-independent clustering of large document sets.
Ingo Devooght, Melanie Gnasa, and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.iiis.org="" sci2002"=""> SCI'02 - Sixth World Multiconference on Systems, Cybernetics and Informatics , Orlando, Florida, 2002.

A quantitative model of word order and movement in English, Dutch andGerman complement constructions.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.coling2002.sinica.edu.tw="" "=""> COLING 2002 - 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Taipei, Taiwan, 2002, pp. 328-334.

Integrated Natural Language Generation with Schema-Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch and Jens Woch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.cicling.org="" 2002"=""> CICLING'2002 - Third International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics, Mexico City, Mexico, published as LNCS 2276, Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, Alexander Gelbukh (ed.), Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, 2002, pages 304-313.

Rethinking the architecture of human syntactic processing: The relationshipbetween grammatical encoding and decoding.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the <ahref="http: www.uni-potsdam.de="" u="" dekanat_philfak1="" sle="" index.htm"=""> 35th SLE Meeting - Rethinking Language and Mind, Potsdam, Germany, 2002.

Modeling A Corporate Information System to improve Knowledge Management.
Birgit Zimmermann, Melanie Gnasa, and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www.sciences.univ-nantes.fr="" info="" recherche="" sic="" djeraba="" mdde.htm"=""> MDDE'02 - Second International Workshop on Multimedia Data Document Engineering , Prague, published as LNCS2490, Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, Akmal B. Chaudhri, Rainer Unland, Chabane Djeraba, and Wolfgang Lindner(eds.), XML-Based Data Management and Multimedia Engineering - EDBT 2002, 2002, pages 435-449.

Modelling user-initiative in an automatic help desk system.
Karin Harbusch, Melanie Knapp, and Christoph Laumann.
Proceedings of <ahref="http: www2.crl.go.jp="" jt="" a132="" members="" qma="" nlpnn2001="" index.html"=""> NLPNN2001 - SecondWorkshop on Natural Language Processing and Neural Networks, Tokio/Japan, 2001, pages 69-76.

Non-isomorphic synchronous Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch and Peter Poller.
Anne Abeillé and Owen Rambow (eds.), Tree Adjoining Grammars: Formal Properties, Linguistic Theory and Applications, CSLI, Stanford, California/USA, 2000.

Incremental sentence processing with Schema-Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch.
A. Abeillé and O. Rambow (eds.), Tree Adjoining Grammars: Formal Properties, Linguistic Theory and Applications, CSLI, Stanford, California/USA, 2000.

Parsing Contextual Grammars with Linear, Regular andContext-Free Selectors.
Karin Harbusch.
Carlos Martín-Vide and Victor Mitrana (eds.), Words, Sequences, Grammars, Languages: Where Biology, Computer Science andMathematics Meet II,Springer, London/UK, 2000.

Complexity of Linear Ordering in Performance Grammar, TAG and HPSG.
Karin Harbusch and Gerard Kempen.
Proceedings of TAG+5 - 5th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms, Paris/France, 2000.

Direct Parsing of Schema Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch and Jens Woch.
Proceedings of IWPT2000 - Sixth International Workshop on Parsing Technologies, Trento/Italy, 2000.

Modelling Communication between Conceptualisation and Formulation in an Integrated Generation System.
Karin Harbusch and Jens Woch.
Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Linguistic Association of Germany (DGfS), Marburg/Germany, 2000.

Reuse of Plan-Based Knowledge Sources in a Uniform TAG-based Generation System.
Karin Harbusch and Jens Woch.
Proceedings of TAG+5 - 5th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms, Paris/France, 2000.

A Polynomial Parser for Contextual Grammars with Linear, Regular and Context-Free Selectors.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of "MOL6 - Sixth Meeting on the Mathematics of Language", Orlando, Florida/USA, 1999, pp. 323-335.

Towards a Workbench for Schema-TAGs.
Karin Harbusch, Friedbert Widmann and Jens Woch.
Proceedings of TAG+4 - Fourth International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania/USA, 1998, pp. 58-61 ( IRCS Report No. 98-12).

Tree Adjoining Grammar without Adjoining? The case ofscrambling in German.
Gerard Kempen and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of TAG+4 - Fourth International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania/USA, 1998, pp. 80-83 ( IRCS Report No. 98-12).

How to Solvethe Conflict of Structure-Preserving Translation and Fluent Text Production.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of TMI - 7th International Conference on Theoretical andMethodological Issues in Machine Translation, Santa Fe, New Mexico/USA, 1997, pp. 87-94.

The Relation BetweenTree-Adjoining Grammars and Constraint Dependency Grammars.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of MOL5 - Fifth Meeting on the Mathematics of Language, Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern nearSaarbrücken/Germany, 1997, pp. 38-45 ( DFKI Document No. 97-02).

Künstliche Intelligenz und menschliches Denken.
Karin Harbusch.
Astrid Lux-Endrich (ed.), Connection Established? Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation
Tutzinger Materialie Nr. 79, Tutzing near Munich/Germany, 1995, pp. 31-43.

Generating from Discourse Representation Structures or Why should "Meets" Meet "Meeting" in a DRS?
Karin Harbusch.
in the Prodeedings of the Third Natural Langauage Processing Pacific-RIM Symposium, Seoul/Korea, 1995, pp. 83-88.

WIP: From Multimedia to Intellimedia.
Elisabeth André, Wolfgang Finkler, Winfried Graf, Karin Harbusch, Jochen Heinsohn, Anne Kilger,Bernhard Nebel, Hans-Jürgen Profitlich, Thomas Rist, Wolfgang Wahlster, Andreas Butz and Anthony Jameson.
Proceedings of IJCAI'95 - 14th International Joint Conference on ArtificialIntelligence, Montreal, Kanada, 1995, pp. 2053-2054 (Abstract of Video).

Towards an Integrated Generation Approach with Tree Adjoining Grammars.
K. Harbusch.
Computational Intelligence, Volume 10, Number 4, November 1994, pp. 579-590.

Default Handling in Incremental Generation.
Karin Harbusch, Gen-Ichiro Kikui and Anne Kilger.
Proceedings of COLING'94 - 15th International Conference onComputational Lingustics, Kyoto/Japan, 1994, pp. 356-362.

Natural Language Processing with Schema-TAGs.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of TAG+3 - 3rd International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars, Paris/France, 1994, pp. 41-44 ( TALANA-Report 94-01).

Structural Translation with Synchronous Rewriting Systems.
Karin Harbusch and Peter Poller.
in the Proceedings of TAG+3 - 3rd International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars, Paris/France, 1994,pp. 45-48 ( TALANA-Report 94-01).

Incremental Lexical Choice Constrained by Generation Parameters.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the DFKI Workshop "Natürlichsprachliche Systeme -Wiederverwendbarkeit und Modularität", Saarbrücken/Germany, 1993, pp. 51-56 ( DFKI Document No. 93-03).

An Integrated Generation Approach with Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania/USA, 1992, pp. 19.1-19.3.

Incremental Syntax Generation with Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch, Wolfgang Finkler and Anne Schauder.
Proceedings of the Fourth International GI Congress: Knowledge-based Systems - Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Munich/Germany, Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, 1991, pp. 363-374.

An Efficient Parsing Algorithm for Tree Adjoining Grammars.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of ACL'90 - 28th Annual Meeting of the Associationfor Computational Linguistics, Pittsburgh, Illinois/USA, 1990, pp. 284-291.

Constraining Tree Adjoining by Unification.
Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of COLING'90 - 13th International Conference onComputational Lingustics, Helsinki/Finnland, 1990, pp. 167-172.

Parsing of Tree Adjoining Grammars with Unification.
Bela Buschauer, Peter Poller, Anne Schauder, and Karin Harbusch.
Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars, Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern nearSaarbrücken/Germany, 1990, pp. 40-45.

XTRA: A Natural-Language Access System to Expert Systems.
J. Allgayer, K. Harbusch, A. Kobsa, C. Reddig, N. Reithinger, D. Schmauks and W. Wahlster.
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1989, pp. 161-195.

Effiziente Analyse natürlicher Sprache mitTAGs.
Karin Harbusch.
István S. Bátori, Manfred Pinkal and Wolfgang Wahlster (eds.), Computerlinguistik und ihre theoretischen Grundlagen
Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, 1988, pp. 79-103.

Tree Adjoining Grammars mit Unifikation
Karin Harbusch.
Harald Trost (ed.),Vierte Österreichische Artificial-IntelligenceTagung - WissensbasierteSprachverarbeitung
Springer, Heidelberg/Germany, 1988, pp. 188-194.

Combining Deictic Gestures and Natural Language for Referent Identification.
Alfred Kobsa, Jürgen Allgayer, Carola Reddig, Norbert Reithinger, Dagmar Schmauks, Karin Harbusch and Wolfgang Wahlster.
Proceedings of COLING'86 - 11th International Conference on ComputationalLinguistics, Bonn/Germany, 1986, pp. 356-361.

Die syntaktische Mehrdeutigkeit der deutschen Sprache.
Karin Harbusch.
Wolfgang Kühlwein (ed.), Neue Entwicklungen der Angewandten Linguistik, Kongreßbeiträge zur 15. Jahrestagung der GAL
Forum Angewandte Linguistik, Band 9, Gunter Narr Verlag, Tübingen/Germany, 1985, pp. 147-149.