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2017

  1. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Fleur Mougin
    Querying Biomedical Linked Data with Natural Language Questions
    Semantic Web journal 8(4): 581-599, 2017. IOS Press
    online access
        IF: 1.786

  2. Amine Abdaoui, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay, Natalia Grabar, Pascal Poncelet
    Expertise in French Health Forums.
    Health Informatics Journal (HIJ)
    2017. In press.
        IF: 1.578

  3. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Taxinomie dans les reformulations du point de vue de la linguistique du corpus
    Revue Syntaxe et sémantique 18, 2017. Presses universitaires de Caen.
    In press

  4. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Nature de la répétition dans les reformulations à l’oral et sur le Web
    La répétition en langue et en discours. Volet 1 – La répétition en langue.
    Numéro thématique de Repères-Dorif.
    In press

  5. Nathalie Valmond-Leblanc, Eric Kergosien, Natalia Grabar, Marta Severo
    Une approche semi-automatique pour l’extraction d’informations liées aux itinéraires culturels à partir des réseaux sociaux : cas de la Via Francigena
    GAST 2017 (Gestion et Analyse de données Spatiales et Temporelles), EGC workshop
    24 January 2017, Grenoble, France

  6. Natalia Grabar, Mason Richey
    Détection automatique de grandes thématiques de la propagande Nord Coréenne
    Atelier Journalisme Computationnel 2017, EGC workshop
    24 January 2017, Grenoble, France
    pdf

  7. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Caractériser une notion en la reformulant
    Res per nomen
    18-20 May 2017, Reims, France

  8. Edwige Antoine, Natalia Grabar
    Acquisition of Expert/Non-expert Vocabulary from Reformulations
    Informatics for Health
    24-26 April 2017, Manchester Central, UK
    pdf

  9. Vincent Claveau, Lucas Emanuel Silva Oliveira, Guillaume Bouzillé, Marc Cuggia, Claudia Maria Cabral Moro, Natalia Grabar
    Numerical eligibility criteria in clinical protocols: annotation, automatic detection and interpretation
    AIME (Artifical Intelligence in Medicine in Europe) 2017
    21-24 June 2017, Vienna, Austria
    pdf

  10. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Caractérisation et marquage de reformulations
    La reformulation : À la recherche d’une frontière
    8-9 June 2017, Uppsala, Sweden

  11. Patrick Drouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Kyo Kageura and Koichi Takeuchi, Eds.
    Computational Terminology and Filtering of Terminological Information.
    Special Issue - Terminology 24(2), 2018. John Benjamins
    Call for Special issue and submission website

  12. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Une analyse de la compréhension de termes techniques
    TALN 2017
    26-30 June 2017, Orléans, France
    pdf

  13. Natalia Grabar, Vincent Claveau
    Critères numériques dan les essais cliniques : annotation, détection et normalisation
    TALN 2017
    26-30 June 2017, Orléans, France
    pdf

  14. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Creation of a multilingual aligned corpus with Ukrainian as the target language and its exploitation
    COLINS 2017
    21 April 2017, Kharkiv, Ukraine
    pdf

  15. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Unsupervised acquisition of morphological resources for Ukrainian
    COLINS 2017
    21 April 2017, Kharkiv, Ukraine
    pdf

  16. Frantz Thiessard, Natalia Grabar, Anita Burgun, Marc Cuggia
    Development and Validation of Automated Indicators on the Appropriateness of Oral Anticoagulant Prescriptions (PACHA)
    https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02898090

2016

  1. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Disons à l'oral : une étude des usages dans le corpus
    Cuadernos de filología francesa, 27: , 2016
       

  2. Bert Cappelle, Natalia Grabar
    Towards an n-grammar of English
    Constructionist Approaches to Second Language Acquisition and Foreign Language Teaching
    Sabine De Knop, Gaëtanelle Gilquin, Eds
    De Gruyter Mouton. 2016.
    In press.

  3. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Exploitation de la morphologie pour l'extraction automatique de paraphrases grand public des termes médicaux.
    TAL 57(1), p. 85-109

  4. Aurélia Lamy, Céline Matuszak, Florence Thiault, Amandine Kervella, Eric Kergosien, Bernard Jacquemin, Natalia Grabar, Pierre Valette
    Impact de l'organisation sur la définition d'une profession au sein du SAMU: le cas des assistants de régulation médicale
    Revue de la Société Française des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication (SFSIC), 2016, num 9.
    online access

  5. Natalia Grabar, Iris Eshkol-Taravela
    Detection of Reformulations in Spoken French
    LREC (Language Resources and Evaluation Conference) 2016
    Poster
    23-28 May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia
    pdf

  6. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    A large rated lexicon with French medical words
    LREC (Language Resources and Evaluation Conference) 2016
    Poster
    23-28 May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia
    pdf
    access the rated lexicon

  7. Wandji Tchami Ornella, Ulrich Heid, Natalia Grabar
    French Specialised Medical Constructions : Lexicographic Treatment and Corpus Coverage in General and Specialized Dictionaries
    EURALEX 2016
    Poster
    6-10 Sep 2016, Tbilissi, Georgia

  8. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Reformulation à l’oral et dans le forum Web
    CMLF 2016
    4-10 July 2016, Tours, France.
    pdf

  9. Natalia Grabar, Ludovic Tanguy, Eds.
    Risque et TAL: détection, prévention, gestion
    TALN 2016 workshop
    web site of the Risque et TAL workshop
    4 July 2016, Paris, France

  10. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Adaptation of cross-lingual transfer methods for the building of medical terminology in Ukrainian
    CICLING 2016
    3-9 April 2016, Konya, Turkey.
    12 p.
    pdf

  11. Natalia Grabar, Iris Eshkol-Taravela
    Disambiguation of occurrences of reformulation markers c’est-à-dire, disons, ça veut dire
    JADT 2016
    7-10 June 2016, Nice, France.
    pdf

  12. Céline Poudat, Laurent Vanni, Natalia Grabar
    How to explore conflicts in French Wikipedia talk pages?
    JADT 2016
    7-10 June 2016, Nice, France.
    pdf

  13. Aurélia Lamy, Natalia Grabar, Bernard Jacquemin, Eric Kergosien, Amandine Kervella, Céline Matuszak, Florence Thiault
    Qualifier l’urgence dans les pratiques professionnelles des Assistants de régulation médicale : enjeux et apports méthodologiques
    SFSIC (Société Française des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication) 2016
    8-10 June 2016, Metz, France.

  14. Marie-Aude Lefer, Yves Bestgen, Natalia Grabar
    Using n-grams to map registers across languages and uncover cross-linguistic contrasts: Insights from Correspondence Analysis
    CBL (Cercle Belge de Linguistique) 2016.
    13 May, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

  15. Natalia Grabar, Iris Eshkol-Taravella
    Prédiction automatique de fonctions pragmatiques dans les reformulations
    TALN 2016: Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles.
    14 p.
    4-8 Juillet 2016, Paris, France.
    pdf

  16. Edwige Antoine, Natalia Grabar
    Exploitation de reformulations pour l'acquisition d'un vocabulaire expert/non expert
    TALN 2016: Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles.
    14 p.
    4-8 Juillet 2016, Paris, France.
    pdf

  17. Marie-Aude Lefer, Yves Bestgen, Natalia Grabar
    Vers une analyse des différences interlinguistiques entre les genres textuels : étude de cas basée sur les n-grammes et l’analyse factorielle des correspondances
    TALN 2016: Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles.
    8 p.
    4-8 Juillet 2016, Paris, France.
    pdf

  18. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Exploitation de différentes approches pour détecter et catégoriser le risque chimique et bactériologique
    11 p.
    Risque et TAL, TALN 2016 workshop
    4 July 2016, Paris, France
    pdf

  19. Natalia Grabar, Frantz Thiessard
    Types de risque médical et leur traitement avec des méthodes de TAL
    9 p.
    Risque et TAL, TALN 2016 workshop
    4 July 2016, Paris, France
    pdf

  20. Jérôme Darmont, Natalia Grabar, Olivier Teste, Eds.
    Atelier de l'action ADOC (Entrepôts et analyse de documents) de MADICS dédié aux données patrimoniales
    23 June 2016, Toulouse, France

  21. Patrick Drouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Kyo Kageura, Koichi Takeuchi, Editors.
    5th International Workshop on Computational Terminology (Computerm) joined to the COLING conference 2016

  22. Natalia Grabar, Iris Eshkol-Taravella
    Why do we reformulate? Automatic Prediction of Pragmatic Functions
    HrTAL 2016
    29 Sep – 1 Oct 2016, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
    pdf

  23. Aurore Bellens, Nathalie Valmond Leblanc, Fabien Eloire, Natalia Grabar, Eric Kergosien, Marta Severo
    Social Media and European Cultural Routes: Instagram Networks on the Via Francigena
    The International Conference on Management of computational and collective IntElligence in Digital EcoSystems (MEDES) 2016
    2-4 November 2016, Hendaye, France.

  24. Jérôme Darmont, Natalia Grabar, Olivier Teste, Eds.
    Atelier de l'action ADOC (Entrepôts et analyse de documents) de MADICS dédié aux données environnementales
    2 Dec 2016, Lille, France

  25. Nathalie Valmond Leblanc, Eric Kergosien, Natalia Grabar, Marta Severo
    Une approche semi-automatique pour l’extraction d’informations liées aux itinéraires culturels à partir des réseaux sociaux : cas de la Via Francigena
    SAGEO (Spacial Analysis and Geomatics) 2016
    6-9 December 2016, Nice, France.

2015

  1. Marie Dupuch, Natalia Grabar
    Semantic distance-based creation of clusters of pharmacovigilance terms and their evaluation
    J Biomed Inform. 2015 Apr;54:174-85.
        IF: 2.482
    PMID 25659451
    pdf

  2. Marie-Aude Lefer, Natalia Grabar
    Super-creative and over-bureaucratic: A cross-genre corpus-based study on the use and translation of evaluative prefixation in TED talks and EU parliamentary debates
    Across Languages and Cultures 16(2), pp. 187–208 (2015)
        IF: 0.120

  3. Patard Adeline, Natalia Grabar, Walter De Mulder
    Etude diachronique du conditionnel passé ou l’origine de la contrefactualité
    Journal of French Language Studies 25,2, 189-211
        IF: 0.317

  4. Patrick Drouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon and Kyo Kageura, Eds.
    Terminology across languages and domains.
    Terminology 21(2), 2015. John Benjamins
    IF: 0.636

  5. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Chauveau Thoumelin, Loic Dumonet
    Study of Subjectivity in the Medical Discourse: Uncertainty and Emotions
    Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Management. Vol. 5, p 33-54, Springer, 2015

  6. Natalia Grabar, Niña Kerry
    Deux approches pour catégoriser le risque
    EGC 2015.
    vol. RNTI-E-28, pp.83-88
    Luxembourg

    pdf

  7. Sébastien Le Maguer, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Vincent Claveau
    Recherche d'information médicale pour le patient. Impact de ressources terminologiques
    CORIA (Conférence en Recherche d'Information et Applications) 2015, 16 p.
    Paris, France.
    pdf

  8. Tran Thi Mai, Boyé Maïté, Natalia Grabar
    Conversation study findings for the understanding of verbal communication troubles due to the Alzheimer's Disease
    CPLOL (Congrès international d'orthophonie/logopédie) 2015.
    Poster
    Florence, Italy.

  9. Elise Bigeard, Vianney Jouhet, Fleur Mougin, Frantz Thiessard, Natalia Grabar
    Automatic extraction of numerical values from unstructured data in EHRs
    MIE (Medical Informatics in Europe) 2015.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015;210:80-4.
    Madrid, Spain.
    PMID 25991100
    pdf

  10. Meriem Rais, Natalia Grabar
    Discovering the role of morphology on the understanding of biomedical terminology by paramedical students
    MIE (Medical Informatics in Europe) 2015.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015;210:30-4.
    Madrid, Spain.
    PMID 25991096
    pdf

  11. Vincent Claveau, Thierry Hamon, Sébastien Le Maguer, Natalia Grabar
    Health consumer-oriented information retrieval
    MIE (Medical Informatics in Europe) 2015. 27-30 May 2015.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015;210:80-4.
    Madrid, Spain.
    PMID 25991106
    pdf

  12. Natalia Grabar, Marie-Aude Lefer
    A corpus-based contrastive analysis of English and French lexical bundles in five genres
    ICAME-36 workshop Words, Words, Words - Lexis, Corpora and Contrastive Analysis.
    Trier, Germany
    pdf

  13. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Les trois marqueurs de la reformulation paraphrastique 'c'est-à-dire', 'je veux dire' et 'disons' dans ESLO
    CERLICO 2015 : Linéarité et interprétation. Approximation, modulation, ajustement.
    11-12 juin 2015, Rennes, France

  14. Natalia Grabar, Loïc Dumonet
    Automatic computing of global emotional polarity in health forum messages
    AIME 2015 : Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe.
    Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. J.H. Holmes et al. (Eds.): AIME 2015, LNAI 9105, pp. 243-248, 2015
    17-20 june 2015, Pavia, Italy.
    pdf

  15. Thierry Hamon, Fleur Mougin, Natalia Grabar
    Generating and Executing Complex Natural Language Queries across Linked Data
    MEDINFO 2015: Medical Informatics.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015;216:815-20
    19-23 August, 2015, Sao-Paulo, Brasil
    PMID 26262165
    pdf

  16. Célia Boyer, Ljiljana Dolamic, Natalia Grabar
    Automated detection of health websites' HONcode conformity: can N-gram tokenization replace stemming?
    MEDINFO 2015: Medical Informatics.
    Poster.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2015;216:1064
    19-23 August, 2015, Sao-Paulo, Brasil
    PMID 26262363
    pdf

  17. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Extraction automatique de paraphrases grand public pour les termes médicaux
    TALN 2015: Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles.
    14 p.
    22-25 Juin, 2015, Caen, France
    pdf

  18. Natalia Grabar, Iris Eshkol-Taravella
    ...des conférences enfin disons des causeries... Détection automatique de segments en relation de paraphrase dans les reformulations de corpus oraux
    TALN 2015: Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles.
    14 p.
    22-25 Juin, 2015, Caen, France
    pdf

  19. Marie-Aude Lefer, Natalia Grabar
    N-grams in multilingual corpora: extracting and analyzing lexical bundles in contrastive studies
    EUROPHRAS 2015.
    29 Jun-1 Jul, 2015, Malaga, Spain
    pdf

  20. Natalia Grabar, Marie-Aude Lefer
    Building a lexical bundle resource for MT
    Workshop on Multi-word Units in Machine Translation and Translation Technology (MUMTTT2015) of EUROPHRAS 2015.
    29 Jun-1 Jul, 2015, Malaga, Spain
    pdf

  21. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Acquisition non supervisée de ressources morphologiques en ukrainien
    Atelier Traitement Automatique des Langues Slaves (TASLA), TALN, 2015
    10 p.
    Caen, France.
    pdf

  22. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Acquisition of medical terminology for Ukrainian from parallel corpora and Wikipedia
    Terminologie Intelligence Artificielle (TIA) 2015.
    p. 71-79. Granada, Spain
    pdf

  23. Wandji Tchami Ornella, Natalia Grabar, Ulrich Heid
    Syntagmatic Behaviors of Verbs in Medical Texts : Expert Communication vs. Forums of Patients
    Terminologie Intelligence Artificielle (TIA) 2015.
    p. 99-106. Granada, Spain
    pdf

  24. Natalia Grabar, Nataliia Shyshkina, Halyna Zorko, Thierry Hamon
    Terminological research in Ukraine
    Terminologie Intelligence Artificielle (TIA) 2015. Poster
    Granada, Spain
    pdf

  25. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Descriptors for the detection of the chemical risk
    Terminologie Intelligence Artificielle (TIA) 2015. Poster
    Granada, Spain
    pdf

  26. Céline Poudat, Camille Paloque-Berges, Natalia Grabar
    The French CoMeRe Wikiconflits subcorpus
    ird-cmc-rennes : International Research Days: Social Media and CMC Corpora for the eHumanities
    Rennes, France

  27. Kaja Gostkowska, Natalia Grabar
    Le lexique fantastique des deux côtés de la Vistule (Sur l’exemple des traductions de la Cybériade de Stanisław Lem en ukrainien et en français)
    XXIe Rencontre du Réseau thématique La traduction comme moyen de communication interculturelle: Fantastique, fantasy, merveilleux en traduction
    Cracovie, Poland. 3-5 Dec 2015

2014

  1. Fleur Mougin, Natalia Grabar
    Auditing the multiply-related concepts within the UMLS
    J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2014 Oct;21(e2):e185-93. doi: 10.1136/amiajnl-2013-002227. Epub 2014 Jan 24
        IF: 3.932
    PMID 24464853

  2. Marie Dupuch, Laëtitia Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Exploitation of semantic methods to cluster pharmacovigilance terms
    Journal of BioMedical Semantics 2014 Apr 16;5:18. doi: 10.1186/2041-1480-5-18. eCollection 2014.
        IF: 2.16
    PMID 24739596

  3. Marie-Aude Lefer, Natalia Grabar
    Evaluative prefixes in translation: From automatic alignment to semantic categorization
    Linguistic Issues in Language Technology journal 11(6): 169-187.
    online access

  4. Niña Kerry, Natalia Grabar
    Détection du risque de substances chimiques dans les documents textuels
    Forum Envirorisk-Bourges 2014.
    Bourges, France. Cépaduès eds: 141-151.

    pdf

  5. Patrick Drouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Kyo Kageura, editors.
    4th International Workshop on Computational Terminology (Computerm)
    web site of the COMPUTERM workshop
    ACL anthology

  6. Dany Amiot, Natalia Grabar, Cédric Patin, Fayssal Tayalati, Delphine Tribout, Editors.
    Morphology/Phonology interface.
    Morphology 24(4), 2014
    information on submissions, open to participants of the conference MI2013

  7. Dany Amiot, Natalia Grabar, Cédric Patin, Fayssal Tayalati, Delphine Tribout, editors.
    Morphology and its interfaces.
    Special issue of the journal Linguisticae Investigationes
    information on submissions, open to participants of the conference MI2013

  8. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Fleur Mougin
    Natural Language Question Analysis for Querying Biomedical Linked Data
    ASWC 2014, Workshop on Natural Language Interfaces for Web of Data
    Riva del Garda, Italy.
    pdf

  9. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Unsupervised method for the acquisition of general language paraphrases for medical compounds
    4th International Workshop on Computational Terminology (Computerm)
    Poster.
    Dublin, Ireland. 2014.
    pdf

  10. Ornella Wandji Tchami, Natalia Grabar.
    Towards Automatic Distinction between Specialized and Non-Specialized Occurrences of Verbs in Medical Corpora
    4th International Workshop on Computational Terminology (Computerm)
    Poster.
    Dublin, Ireland. 2014.
    pdf

  11. Vincent Claveau, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Sébastien Le Maguer
    RePaLi participation to CLEF eHealth IR challenge 2014: leveraging term variation
    CLEF eHealth - ShARe/CLEF eHealth Evaluation Lab.
    Sheffield, UK.
    pdf

  12. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Fleur Mougin, Frantz Thiessard
    Description of the POMELO system for the task 2 of QALD-2014
    QA Track - CLEF Question Answering Track.
    Sheffield, UK.
    pdf

  13. Amine Abdaoui, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay, Natalia Grabar, Pascal Poncelet
    Predicting Medical Roles in Online Health Fora
    Statistical Language and Speech Processing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2014: 247-258
    pdf

  14. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon
    Automatic extraction of layman names for technical medical terms
    ICHI 2014.
    Pavia, Italy.
    pdf

  15. Maité Boyé, Thi Mai Tran, Natalia Grabar
    NLP-oriented contrastive study of linguistic productions of Alzheimer and control people
    POLTAL 2014.
    Advances in Natural Language Processing Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8686, 2014, pp 412-424
    Warsaw, Poland.
    pdf

  16. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Paraphrastic reformulations in spoken corpora
    POLTAL 2014.
    Advances in Natural Language Processing Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8686, 2014, pp 425-437
    Warsaw, Poland.
    pdf

  17. Romain Lelong, Tayeb Merabti, Julien Grosjean, Mher Joulakian, Nicolas Griffon, Badisse Dahamna, Marc Cuggia, Suzanne Pereira, Natalia Grabar, Frantz Thiessard, Philippe Massari et Stéfan J. Darmoni
    Moteur de recherche sémantique au sein du dossier du patient informatisé : langage de requêtes spécifique
    JFIM 2014.
    Fès, Maroc.

  18. Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar
    Repérage et analyse de la reformulation paraphrastique dans les corpus oraux
    TALN 2014: 304-315.
    Marseille, France
    pdf

  19. Ornella Wandji Tchami, Marie-Claude L'Homme, Natalia Grabar
    Frame Semantics-based study of verbs across medical genres
    MIE 2014.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2014;205:1075-9
    Istanbul, Turkey.
    PMID 25160354
    pdf

  20. Natalia Grabar, Ornella Wandji Tchami, Laura Maxim
    Machine learning-based detection of chemical risk
    MIE 2014.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2014;205:725-9
    Istanbul, Turkey.
    PMID 25160282
    pdf

  21. Maïté Boyé, Natalia Grabar, Mai Thi Tran
    Contrastive conversational analysis of language production by Alzheimer and control people
    MIE 2014.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2014;205:682-6
    Istanbul, Turkey.
    PMID 25160273
    pdf

  22. Amine Abdaoui, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay, Natalia Grabar, Pascal Poncelet
    Analysis of forum messages written by health professionals and patients
    MIE 2014. Poster.
    Istanbul, Turkey.
    pdf

  23. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Tuning HeidelTime for identifying time expressions in clinical texts in English and French
    EACL 2014 Workshop: Louhi 2014, The Fifth International Workshop on Health Text Mining and Information Analysis: 101-105. Poster
    Goteborg, Sweden.
    pdf

  24. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Dany Amiot
    Automatic diagnosis of understanding of medical words
    EACL 2014 Workshop: The 3rd Workshop on Predicting and Improving Text Readability for Target Reader Populations: 11-20
    Goteborg, Sweden
    pdf

  25. Amine Abdaoui, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay, Pascal Poncelet, Natalia Grabar
    Analyse des messages des patients et des médecins dans les fora de santé
    Workshop IC Santé 2014.

  26. Natalia Grabar, Izak van Zyl, Retha de la Harpe, Thierry Hamon
    The comprehension of medical words: Cross-lingual experiments in French and Xhosa.
    HEALTHINF 2014.
    Angers, France.
    pdf

  27. Pierre Chauveau-Thoumelin, Natalia Grabar
    La subjectivité dans le discours médical : sur les traces de l'incertitude et des émotions.
    EGC 2014.
    vol. RNTI-E-26, pp.455-466
    Rennes, France.

    pdf

2013

  1. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Thomas Lavergne, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Sophie Rosset and Cyril Grouin
    Combining an expert-based medical entity recognizer to a machine-learning system: methods and a case study.
    Biomed Inform Insights. 2013 Aug 1;6(Suppl 1):51-62 .

    PMID 24052691

  2. Cyril Grouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Sophie Rosset, Xavier Tannier, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Hybrid approaches to represent the clinical patient's timeline.
    J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2013 Sep-Oct;20(5):820-7.
        IF: 3.932
    PMID 23571851

  3. Ornella Wandji Tchami, Marie-Claude L'Homme, Natalia Grabar.
    Discovering Semantic Frames for a Contrastive Study of Verbs in Medical Corpora.
    Terminologie Intelligence Artificielle (TIA) 2013.
    Villetaneuse, France.
    pdf

  4. Bert Cappelle, Natalia Grabar
    Towards an n-gram grammar of English.
    Constructionist Approaches to Language Pedagogy (CALP) 2013.
    Brussels, Belgium.

  5. Dany Amiot, Natalia Grabar, Cédric Patin, Fayssal Tayalati, Delphine Tribout, editors.
    Morphology and its interfaces
    International conference, held on 12-13 September, 2013
    webpage of the conference

  6. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Extraction of ingredient names from recipes by combining linguistic annotations and CRF selection.
    ACM Multimedia 2013 Workshop on Multimedia for Cooking and Eating Activities (CEA2013)
    Barcelona, Spain.
    pdf

  7. Thierry Hamon, Amandine Périnet, Natalia Grabar
    Efficacité combinée du flou et de l'exact des recettes de cuisine.
    DEFT workshop.
    Sables d'Olonne, France.
    pdf

  8. Marie Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar
    Groupement de termes basé sur des régularités linguistiques et sémantiques dans un contexte cross-langue.
    TALN 2013: 62-75
    Sables d'Olonne, France.
    pdf

  9. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar, Dimitrios Kokkinakis.
    Medication Extraction and Guessing in Swedish, French and English.
    MEDINFO 2013. Poster. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2013;192:1189.
    Copenhagen, Denmark.
    PMID 23920963
    pdf

  10. Fleur Mougin, Natalia Grabar.
    Using a cross-language approach to improve the mapping between biomedical terminologies.
    AIME 2013: 221-226.
    Murcia, Spain.
    pdf

  11. Marie Dupuch, Christopher Engstrom, Sergei Silvestrov, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Comparison of clustering approaches through their application to pharmacovigilance terms.
    AIME 2013: 58-67.
    Murcia, Spain.
    pdf

  12. Marie-Aude Lefer, Georgette Dal, Natalia Grabar.
    Genre variation in translation corpora: Evaluative prefixation in TED talks and parliamentary debates.
    ICLC7-UCCTS3.
    Gent, Belgium.
    pdf

  13. Marie Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Cross-language detection of linguistic and semantic regularities in pharmacovigilance terms.
    4th International Louhi Workshop on Health Document Text Mining and Information Analysis (Louhi 2013).
    Sydney, Australia.
    pdf

  14. Marie-Aude Lefer, Natalia Grabar.
    French evaluative prefixes in translation: from automatic alignment to semantic categorization.
    TACMO workshop of the International Congress of Linguists 2013.
    Geneva, Switzerland.
    pdf

2012

  1. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Olivier Bodenreider.
    Ontologies and terminologies: Continuum or dichotomy.
    Applied Ontology 2012, 7(4):375-386
    online issue

  2. Marie Dupuch, Laetitia Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Inferring semantic relations between pharmacovigilance terms with terminology structuring methods.
    Drug Saf 2012; 35 (12):1196-1197

  3. Laura Maxim, Pascale Mansier, Natalia Grabar.
    Public reception of scientific uncertainty in the endocrine disrupter controversy : the case of male fertility.
    Journal of risk research. 2012.
    online issue
        IF: 1.270

  4. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Dany Amiot
    Interprétabilité et lexique spécialisé
    Verbum 2012, 2: 257-276.

  5. Marie Dupuch, Frantz Thiessard, Natalia Grabar and Jim Slattery.
    Introduction: First Workshop on Computational Methods in Pharmacovigilance.
    Drug Saf 2012; 35 (12):1191-1200

  6. Marie Dupuch, Laëtitia Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Inferring semantic relations between pharmacovigilance terms with the NLP methods.
    Computational Methods in Pharmacovigilance Workshop 2012: 27-31.
    Pisa, Italia.
    pdf

  7. Marie Dupuch, Frantz Thiessard, Natalia Grabar, Jim Slattery, editors.
    Computational Methods in Pharmacovigilance 2012
    Workshop joined with the MIE 2012 conference
    webpage of the workshop

  8. Thierry Hamon, Christopher Engstrom, Mounira Manser, Zina Badji, Natalia Grabar, Sergei Silvestrov.
    Combining Compositionality and Pagerank for the Identification of Semantic Relations between Biomedical Words.
    WS BIONLP 2012 of NAACL: 109-117.
    Montréal, Canada.
    pdf

  9. Marie Dupuch, Laetitia Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Semantic distance and terminology structuring methods for the detection of semantically close terms.
    WS BIONLP 2012 of NAACL: 20-28.
    Montréal, Canada.
    pdf

  10. Cyril Grouin, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Sophie Rosset, Xavier Tannier, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    A tale of temporal relations between clinical concepts and temporal expressions: towards a representation of the clinical patient's timeline.
    I2B2 2012 workshop at AMIA.
    Chicago, USA.
    pdf

  11. Natalia Grabar, Laura Maxim, Thierry Hamon.
    Towards an automatic detection of the chemical risk statements.
    SLTC 2012 (Swedish Language Technology Conference). Poster.
    Lund, Sweden.
    pdf

  12. Gayo Diallo, Natalia Grabar, Frantz Thiessard, Nicolas Garcelon, Julien Grosjean, Marie Dupuch, Suzanne Pereira, Bruno Frandji, Stefan Darmoni, Marc Cuggia.
    Towards complex queries on data from complex patients.
    AMIA 2012. Poster.
    Chicago, USA.
    pdf

  13. Adeline Patard, Walter De Mulder, Natalia Grabar.
    The relevance of constructions for the evolution of tense markers: the case of the French conditional ("conditionnel").
    New Reflections on Grammaticalization V.
    University of Edinburgh, 16-19 July. Edinburgh, UK

  14. Julien Homo, Laetitia Dupuch, Allel Benbrahim, Natalia Grabar, Marie Dupuch.
    Customization of biomedical terminologies.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;180:153-8.
    Pisa, Italia.
    PMID 22874171
    pdf

  15. Thiessard F, Mougin F, Diallo G, Jouhet V, Cossin S, Garcelon N, Campillo B, Jouini W, Grosjean J, Massari P, Griffon N, Dupuch M, Tayalati F, Dugas E, Balvet A, Grabar N, Pereira S, Frandji B, Darmoni S, Cuggia M.
    RAVEL: Retrieval And Visualization in ELectronic health records.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;180:194-8.
    Pisa, Italia.
    PMID 22874179
    pdf

  16. Marie Dupuch, Laetitia Dupuch, Amandine Périnet, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Grouping the Pharmacovigilance terms with a Hybrid Approach.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;180:235-9.
    Pisa, Italia.
    PMID 22874187
    pdf

  17. Mikaela Keller, Natalia Grabar.
    Towards a systematic structuring of MEDLINE abstracts.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;180.
    Pisa, Italia.
    pdf

  18. Jolanta Chmielik, Natalia Grabar.
    Morphologie contrastive au travers des domaines de spécialité et des registres.
    Congrès mondial de la linguistique française (CMLF) 2012: p. 1296-1306.
    Lyon, France.
    pdf

  19. Natalia Grabar, Marie Dupuch.
    Exploitation of semantic methods to cluster pharmacovigilance terms.
    CSHALS 2012. Electronic proceedings.
    Boston, USA.

  20. Marie Dupuch, Amandine Périnet, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Structuration de terminologies pour la création de groupements de termes en pharmacovigilance.
    JADT 2012: p. 431-444.
    Liège, Belgique.
    pdf

  21. Natalia Grabar, Marie Dupuch, Amandine Périnet, Thierry Hamon, editors.
    Innovative hybrid approaches to the processing of textual data
    EACL 2012 Workshop (23/04/2012)
    Avignon, France
    Workshop website

  22. Marie Dupuch, Cédric Bousquet, Natalia Grabar.
    Automatic creation and refinement of the clusters of pharmacovigilance terms.
    IHI ACM 2012: pp. 181-190.
    Miami, USA.
    pdf

  23. Laura Maxim, Pascale Mansier, Natalia Grabar.
    Public reception of scientific uncertainty in the endocrine disrupters' controversy.
    Public Communication of Science and Technology conference 2012, 18-20/04/2012.

  24. Laura Maxim, Pascale Mansier, Natalia Grabar.
    The credibility of science in health controversies: the case of endocrine disrupters' effects on male fertility.
    International Conference on Science in Society 2012, 17-19/11/2012.

2011

  1. Jolanta Chmielik, Natalia Grabar.
    Détection de la spécialisation scientifique et technique des documents biomédicaux grâce aux informations morphologiques.
    TAL 52(2):151-179.

    online access

  2. Amandine Périnet, Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Identification des assertions dans les textes médicaux : application à la relation {patient, problème médical}.
    TAL 52(1): 97-132.

    online access

  3. Marie Dupuch, Amandine Périnet, Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Utilisation de méthodes de structuration de terminologies pour la création de groupements de termes de pharmacovigilance.
    In TIA 2011.
    Paris, France.
    pdf

  4. Natalia Grabar, Marie Dupuch, Fleur Mougin.
    Dommages collatéraux de la fusion de terminologies.
    In TIA 2011.
    Paris, France.
    pdf

  5. Marie Dupuch, Magnus Lerch, Anne Jamet, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Reinhard Fescharek, Natalia Grabar.
    Grouping pharmacovigilance terms with semantic distance.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2011;169:794-8.
    Oslo, Norway.
    PMID 21893856
    pdf

  6. Natalia Grabar, Ludovic Trinquart, Isabelle Colombet.
    Terminology for the description of the diagnostic studies in the field of Evidence-Based Medicine.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2011;169:769-73.
    Oslo, Norway.
    PMID 21893851
    pdf

  7. Fleur Mougin, Marie Dupuch, Natalia Grabar.
    Improving the mapping between MedDRA and SNOMED CT.
    In AIME 2011. LNAI 6747, pp. 220-224, 2011. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011.
    Bled, Slovenia.
    pdf

  8. Marie Dupuch, Anne Jamet, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Reinhard Fescharek, Natalia Grabar.
    Exploitation de la distance sémantique pour la création de groupements de termes en pharmacovigilance.
    In JFIM 2011.
    Tunis, Tunisie.
    pdf

  9. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon, Olivier Bodenreider, editors.
    Terminologies and ontologies: continuum or dichotomy
    Special issue of Applied Ontology. 2012
    online issue

2010

  1. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Linguistic approach for identification of medication names and related information in clinical narratives.
    J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2010. Sep-Oct;17(5):549-54
        IF: 3.932
    PMID 20819862
    pdf

  2. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Exploitation of linguistic indicators for automatic weighting of synonyms induced within three biomedical terminologies.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2010;160(Pt 2): 1015-9.
    Cape Town, South Africa.
    PMID 20841837
    pdf

  3. Thierry Hamon, Martin Graña, Victor Raggio, Natalia Grabar, Hugo Naya.
    Identification of relations between risk factors and their pathologies or health conditions by mining scientific literature.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2010;160(Pt 2):964-8.
    Cape Town, South Africa.
    PMID 20841827
    pdf

  4. Eric Zapletal, Nicolas Rodon, Natalia Grabar, Patrice Degoulet.
    Methodology of integration of a clinical data warehouse with a clinical information system: the HEGP case.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2010;160(Pt 1):193-7.
    Cape Town, South Africa.
    PMID 20841676
    pdf

  5. Natalia Grabar, Marie Dupuch, Thierry Hamon, editors.
    EKAW 2010 WS Reuse and adaptation of terminologies and ontologies
    Lisbon, Portugal
    CEUR website
    Workshop website

  6. Marie Dupuch, Ludovic Trinquart, Isabelle Colombet, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Natalia Grabar.
    Exploitation of semantic similarity for adaptation of existing terminologies within biomedical area.
    EKAW 2010 WS Reuse and adaptation of terminologies and ontologies.
    Lisbon, Portugal.
    pdf

  7. Thierry Hamon, Amandine Périnet, Jérômé Nobécourt, Natalia Grabar.
    Linguistic and semantic annotation for information extraction and characterization.
    WS I2B2 of AMIA 2010
    Washington, USA.
    pdf

  8. Ludovic Trinquart, Adrien Fanet, Natalia Grabar, Isabelle Colombet.
    A unique web service to facilitate the study selection process in systematic reviews.
    Joint Colloquium of the Cochrane & Campbell Collaborations 2010. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  9. Marie Dupuch, Ludovic Trinquart, Isabelle Colombet, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Natalia Grabar.
    Exploitation de la distance sémantique pour l'adaptation de terminologies biomédicales.
    Ingénierie des Connaissances 2010.
    Nîmes, France.
    pdf

  10. Dupuch M, Jamet A, Fescharek R, Lerch M, Grabar N, Bousquet C, Hill R, Jaulent MC, Declerck G, Kluczka A, Pinkston V, Vardar T.
    Milestone 1. Novel tools for grouping of adverse drug reactions. State of the art.
    PROTECT, IMI European project, Grant Agreement 1150004, october 2010.

2009

  1. Natalia Grabar, Paul-Christophe Varoutas, Philippe Rizand, Alain Livartowski, Thierry Hamon
    Automatic acquisition of Synonym Ressources and Assessment of their Impact on the Enhanced Search in EHRs,
    Methods of Information in Medicine. 2009. Vol. 48(2). Pages 149-154.
        IF: 1.083
    PMID 19283312
    pdf

  2. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Exploitation of speculation markers to identify the structure of biomedical scientific writing.
    In Proceedings of AMIA Annual Symposium. 2009. pages 203-207.
    San Francisco, USA.
    PMID 18487731
    pdf

  3. Jolanta Chmielik, Natalia Grabar.
    Comparative Study between Expert and Non-Expert Biomedical Writings: Their Morphology and Semantics.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2009;150:359-63.
    Sarajevo, Bosnia.
    PMID 19745331
    pdf

  4. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Impact des informations sémantiques sur la catégorisation automatique des documents cliniques.
    TIA Nov 2009.
    Toulouse, France.
    pdf

  5. Jolanta Chmielik, Natalia Grabar.
    Étude contrastive des documents vulgarisés et scientifiques de santé: sur la piste de la morphologie.
    JFIM 2009 in Fieschi, M., Staccini, P., Bouhaddou, O., et Lovis, C. (Réd.)
    Risques, technologies de l'information pour les pratiques médicales. Vol XVII, collection "Informatique et Santé" dirigée par P. Degoulet et M. Fieschi, Springer-Verlag France.
    Nice, France.
    pdf

  6. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Concurrent linguistic annotations for identifying medication names and the related information in discharge summaries.
    WS I2B2 of AMIA.
    Washington, USA.
    pdf

  7. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Exploring graph structure for detection of reliability zones within synonym resources: Experiment with the GO.
    WS BIONLP of NAACL.
    Bolder, Colorado, USA.
    pdf

  8. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Profilage sémantique endogène des relations de synonymie au sein de Gene Ontology.
    TALN 2009.
    Senlis, France.
    pdf

  9. Sylvie Després, Natalia Grabar, editors.
    TIA 2009 WS Acquisition et modélisation de relations sémantiques
    Toulouse, France
    CEUR website

2008

  1. Natalia Grabar, Paul-Christophe Varoutas, Philippe Rizand, Alain Livartowski, Thierry Hamon.
    Automatic acquisition of synonyms from French UMLS for enhanced search of EHRs.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2008;136:809-14.
    Göteborg, Sweden.
    PMID 18487831
    pdf

  2. Ines Jilani, Natalia Grabar, Pierre Meneton, Marie-Christine Jaulent.
    Assessment of biomedical knowledge according to confidence criteria.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2008;136:199-204.
    Göteborg, Sweden.
    PMID 18487731
    pdf

  3. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    How can the term compositionality be useful for acquiring elementary semantic relations?
    GOTAL 2008, LNAI 5221: 809-14, Springer, Ed.
    Göteborg, Sweden.
    pdf

  4. Georgette Dal, Bernard Fradin, Clément Plancq, Natalia Grabar, Stéphanie Lignon, Fiammetta Namer, François Yvon, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Quelques préalables au calcul de la productivité des règles constructionnelles et premiers résultats.
    Congrès mondial de la linguistique française (CMLF).
    New Orleans, Louisiane, USA.

  5. Thierry Hamon, Natalia Grabar.
    Acquisition of elementary synonym relations from biological structured terminology.
    CICLing 2008, LNCS Springer 4919: 40-51, Springer, Ed.
    Haifa, Israel.
    pdf

  6. Natalia Grabar, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Thierry Hamon.
    Combination of endogenous clues for profiling inferred semantic relations: experiments with Gene Ontology.
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2008 Nov 6:252-6.
    Washington, USA.
    PMID 18999042
    pdf

  7. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Term variation and semantics for document classification and detection of obesity and its co-morbidities case.
    WS I2B2 of AMIA.
    Washington, USA.
    pdf

  8. Lorraine Goeuriot, Natalia Grabar, Béatrice Daille.
    Characterisation of scientific and popular science discourse in French, Japanese and Russian.
    LREC 2008.
    Marrakech, Morocco.
    pdf

2007

  1. Natalia Grabar, Patrick Ruch.
    GO: annotation fonctionnelle.
    Vers une standardisation en biologie. Enjeux scientifiques et économiques. Roux M et Xavier F, Eds. ECRIN

  2. Bernard Fradin, Georgette Dal, Natalia Grabar, Fiammetta Namer, Stéphanie Lignon, Delphine Tribout, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Remarques sur l'usage des corpus en morphologie.
    Langages 171(3):34-59

    pdf

  3. Arnaud Gaudinat, Natalia Grabar, Célia Boyer.
    Machine learning approach for automatic quality criteria detection of health web pages.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2007;129(Pt 1):705-9
    Brisbane, Australia
    PMID 17911808
    pdf

  4. Arnaud Gaudinat, Natalia Grabar, Célia Boyer.
    Combination of heterogeneous criteria for the automatic detection of ethical principles on health websites.
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2007 Oct 11:264-8.
    Chicago, USA
    PMID 18693839
    pdf

  5. Natalia Grabar, Sonia Krivine, Marie-Christine Jaulent.
    Classification of Health Webpages as Expert and Non Expert with a Reduced Set of Cross-language Features.
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2007 Oct 11:284-8.
    Chicago, USA
    PMID 18693843
    pdf

  6. Arnaud Gaudinat, Natalia Grabar, Célia Boyer.
    Automatic retrieval of web pages with standards of ethics and trustworthiness within a medical portal: What a page name tells us.
    AIME 2007, LNAI Springer, Springer, Ed.
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    pdf

  7. Natalia Grabar, Sonia Krivine.
    Application of cross-language criteria for the automatic distinction of expert and non expert online health documents.
    AIME 2007, LNAI Springer: 252-6, Springer, Ed.
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    pdf

  8. Arnaud Gaudinat, Natalia Grabar, Célia Boyer.
    Utilisation de méthodes d'apprentissage pour la détection des critères de qualité des documents en ligne du Web médical.
    JFIM 2007.
    Bamako, Mali.
    pdf

  9. Lorraine Goeuriot, Natalia Grabar, Béatrice Daille.
    Caractérisation des discours scientifique et vulgarisé en français, japonais et russe.
    TALN 2007
    Toulouse, France
    pdf

  10. Célia Boyer, Natalia Grabar, Arnaud Gaudinat, Antoine Geissbühler, editors.
    MEDINFO 2007 WS Models of trust for health websites
    Brisbane, Australia

2006

  1. Georgette Dal, Natalia Grabar, Stéphanie Lignon, François Yvon, Delphine Tribout, Clément Plancq.
    Les adjectifs en inXable en français.
    Linguisticae investigationes 26: 205-224, 2006. John Benjamins

    pdf

  2. Natalia Grabar, Cédric Bousquet, Marie-Christine Jaulent.
    Le traitement automatique des langues et la fouille des textes en biologie, un nouveau défi pour Gene Ontology.
    I3 (Information, Interaction, Intelligence), numéro spécial sur Textes et ressources terminologiques et/ou ontologiques: évolution et maintenance 7(1). Aussenac-Gilles N, Condamines A, Sèdes F, Eds.

    pdf

  3. Natalia Grabar, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Antoine Chambaz, Céline Lefebvre, Christian Néri.
    Sifting abstracts from Medline and evaluating their relevance to molecular biology.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2006;124:111-6.
    Maastricht, The Netherlands
    PMID 17108512
    pdf

  4. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Terminology structuring through the derivational morphology.
    Fintal 2006, LNAI Springer 4139: 652-63, Springer, Ed.
    Turku, Finland
    pdf

  5. Natalia Grabar, Delphine Tribout, Georgette Dal, Bernard Fradin, Nabil Hathout, Stéphanie Lignon, Fiammetta Namer, Clément Plancq, François Yvon, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Productivité quantitative des suffixations par -ité et -Able dans un corpus journalistique moderne.
    TALN 2006.
    Louvain, Belgique
    pdf

  6. Natalia Grabar, Georgette Dal, Bernard Fradin, Nabil Hathout, Stéphanie Lignon, Fiammetta Namer, Clément Plancq, Delphine Tribout, François Yvon, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Productivité quantitative de la suffixation par -Able dans un corpus journalistique du français.
    JADT 2006
    Besançon, France
    pdf

  7. François Pierron, Natalia Grabar, Grégory Pelletier.
    Veille d'image à partir d'un corpus journalistique paramétrable: le Trophée Jules Verne.
    JADT 2006.
    Besançon, France
    pdf

  8. Georgette Dal, Natalia Grabar, Stéphanie Lignon, François Yvon, Delphine Tribout, Clément Plancq.
    Les adjectifs en inXable en français.
    Journées Romanes sur la négation 2006.
    Toulouse, France
    pdf

  9. Sonia Krivine, Masaru Tomimitsu, Natalia Grabar, Monique Slodzian.
    Relever des critères pour la distinction automatique entre les documents médicaux scientifiques et vulgarisés en russe et en japonais.
    TALN 2006.
    Louvain, Belgique
    pdf

  10. Ines Jilani, Natalia Grabar, Marie-Christine Jaulent.
    Fitting the finite-state automata platform for mining gene functions from biological scientific literature.
    SMBM 2006
    Jena, Germany
    pdf

  11. Åhlfeldt H, Borin L, Daumke P, Natalia Grabar, Hallett C, Hardcastle D, Kokkinakis D, Mancini C, Markó K, Merkel M, Pietsch C, Power R, Scott D, Silvervarg A, Toporowska Gronostaj M, Williams S, Willis A.
    Literature review on patient-friendly documentation systems.
    Technical Report 2006/04 and NoE Semantic mining Deliverable. Computing Department, The Open University (ISSN 1744-1986)
    pdf

  12. Åhlfeldt H, Borin L, Daumke P, Natalia Grabar, Hallett C, Hardcastle D, Kokkinakis D, Mancini C, Markó K, Merkel M, Pietsch C, Power R, Scott D, Silvervarg A, Toporowska Gronostaj M, Williams S, Willis A.
    Presentation of medical information to non medical experts.
    Technical Report 2007/03 and NoE Semantic mining Deliverable.

2005

  1. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Robert Baud, Anita Burgun, Fiammetta Namer, Eric Jarousse, Natalia Grabar, Patrick Ruch, Franck Le Duff, Jean-François Forget, Magali Douyère, Stefan Darmoni.
    UMLF: a Unified Medical Lexicon for French.
    Int J Med Inform. 2005 Mar;74(2-4):119-24.
        IF: 2.096
    PMID 15694616
    pdf

  2. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Utilisation de corpus de spécialité pour le filtrage de synonymes de la langue générale.
    TALN 2005.
    Dourdan, France

  3. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Adaptation de synonymes de la langue générale pour le traitement automatique des termes médicaux.
    JFIM 2005.
    Lille, France

  4. Natalia Grabar, Magali Sillam, Marie-Christine Jaulent, Céline Lefebvre, Edouard Henrion, Christian Néri.
    From likelihoodness between words to the finding of functional profile for ortholog genes.
    RANLP 2005 Text Mining WS.
    Borovets, Bulgaria

2004

  1. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Lexically-based terminology structuring.
    Terminology 10(1):23-54, 2004. John Benjamins
    IF: 0.375
    pdf

  2. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Les relations dans les terminologies structurées : de la théorie à la pratique.
    Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle. pages 57-85. Vol. 18/1. 2004.

  3. Natalia Grabar, Thierry Hamon.
    Repérage de relations sémantiques entre termes: sur la piste de la morphologie dérivationnelle.
    IC 2004: 237-48.
    Lyon, France

  4. Mathieu Valette, Natalia Grabar.
    Caractérisation de textes à contenus idéologiques: statistique textuelle ou extraction de syntagme ?
    JADT 2004.
    Louvain, Belgique

  5. Natalia Grabar, Véronique Malaisé, Aurélia Marcus, Aleksandra Krul.
    Repérage de relations terminologiques transversales en corpus.
    TALN 2004
    Fès, Maroc

  6. Natalia Grabar.
    Terminologie médicale et morphologie. Acquisition de ressources morphologiques et leur utilisation pour le traitement de la variation terminologique
    Thèse de doctorat de sciences en Informatique Médicale soutenue le 08/12/2004 à l'Université Paris 6
    pdf

2003

  1. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Productivité à travers domaines et genres: dérivés adjectivaux et langue médicale.
    Langue française 140: 102-125. 2003.

  2. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Robert Baud R, Anita Burgun, Fiammetta Namer, Eric Jarousse E, Natalia Grabar, Patrick Ruch, Franck Le Duff, Benoît Thirion, Stefan Darmoni.
    Towards a Unified Medical Lexicon for French.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2003;95:415-20.
    PMID 14664022

  3. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Learning derived words from medical corpora.
    LNAI Springer: 189-198, Springer, Ed.
    Protaras, Cyprus

  4. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Corpus-based associations provide additional morphological variants to medical terminologies.
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2003:768-72.
    Washington, USA
    PMID 14728277

  5. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Robert Baud, Anita Burgun, Fiammetta Namer, Eric Jarousse, Natalia Grabar, Patrick Ruch, Franck Le Duff, Benoît Thirion, Stefan Darmoni.
    UMLF: a Unified Medical Lexicon for French.
    AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2003:1062.
    Washington, USA
    PMID 14728565

  6. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Lina Soualmia, Stefan Darmoni.
    Matching controlled vocabulary words.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2003;95:445-50.
    Sant Malo, France
    PMID 14664027

  7. Natalia Grabar, Kristina Haag.
    Des textes parallèles vers une terminologie trilingue.
    TIA 2003
    Strasbourg, France

  8. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Fadila Hadouche, Natalia Grabar.
    Apprentissage de relations morphologiques en corpus.
    TALN 2003.
    Batz-sur-Mer, France

  9. Romain Vinot, Natalia Grabar, Mathieu Valette.
    Application d'algorithmes de classification automatique pour la détection des contenus racistes sur l'Internet.
    TALN 2003: 257-84. Batz-sur-Mer, France

  10. Bayer R, Drigalla P, Kässner T, Lausch N, Stuchlik F, Winkel N, Gibbon M, Greevy E, Lechleiter H, Martin P, Daube J-M, Natalia Grabar, Rastier F, Slodzian M, Vaillant P, Valette M, Burkchardt A. and Hopfer R.
    Deliverable 2.1: Linguistic knowledge base structure.
    PRINCIP, European project, contract 2110/27571, january 2003. Reduced acces deliverable.

  11. Bayer R, Drigalla P, Kässner T, Lausch N, Stuchlik F, Winkel N, Gibbon M, Greevy E, Lechleiter H, Martin P, Daube J-M, Natalia Grabar, Rastier F, Slodzian M. and Vaillant P. and Valette M, Burkchardt A. and Hopfer R.
    Deliverable 2.2: List of linguistic features of racist documents.
    PRINCIP, European project, contract 2110/27571, january 2003. Reduced acces deliverable.

  12. Bayer R, Drigalla P, Kässner T, Lausch N, Stuchlik F, Winkel N, Gibbon M, Greevy E, Lechleiter H, Martin P, Daube J-M, Natalia Grabar, Rastier F, Slodzian M, Vaillant P, Valette M, Burkchardt A. and Hopfer R.
    Deliverable 3.1: Preliminary list of linguistic modules to be developed.
    PRINCIP, European project, contract 2110/27571, january 2003. Reduced acces deliverable.

  13. Bayer R, Drigalla P, Kässner T, Lausch N, Stuchlik F, Winkel N, Gibbon M, Greevy E, Lechleiter H, Martin P, Daube J-M, Natalia Grabar, Rastier F, Slodzian M, Vaillant P, Valette M, Burkchardt A. and Hopfer R.
    Deliverable 3.2: Implementation of preliminary list of modules.
    PRINCIP, European project, contract 2110/27571, october 2003. Reduced acces deliverable.

2002

  1. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Restoring accents in unknown words: application to the French MeSH thesaurus.
    Int J Med Inform. 2002 Dec 4;67(1-3):113-26.
        IF: 2.096
    PMID 12460636

  2. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Lina Soualmia, Stefan Darmoni.
    A study of the adequation of user and indexing vocabularies in natural language queries to a MeSH-indexed health gateway.
    AMIA 2002
    San Antonio, USA

  3. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Stefan Darmoni, Natalia Grabar, Magali Douyère, J Benichou.
    An assesment of medical Web catalogs visibility through search engines.
    AMIA Symp. 2002:954-8.
    San Antonio, USA
    PMID 12463965

  4. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Lina Soualmia, Stefan Darmoni.
    Les utilisateurs de Doc'CISMeF peuvent-ils trouver ce qu'ils cherchent ? Une étude de l'adéquation du vocabulaire des requêtes des utilisateurs au MeSH.
    JFIM 2002.
    Québec, Canada.

  5. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Stefan Darmoni, Natalia Grabar, Majali Douyère, J Benichou.
    Visibilité relative de catalogues web médicaux à travers des moteurs de recherche.
    IPM 2002.
    Paris, France

  6. Sophie Berland, Natalia Grabar.
    Assistance automatique pour l'homogénéisation d'un corpus Web de spécialité.
    JADT 2002.
    Saint-Malo, France

  7. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Accentuation de mots inconnus: application au thésaurus biomédical MeSH.
    TALN 2002
    Nancy, France

  8. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Lexically-based terminology structuring: a feasibility study.
    Workshop LREC 2002.
    Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain

  9. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Lexically-based terminology structuring: some inherent limits.
    ACL Computerm 2002.
    Philadelphia, USA

  10. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Accenting unknown words: application to the French version of the MeSH.
    NLPBA 2002.
    Nicosia, Cyprus

  11. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Accenting unknown words in a specialized language.
    Workshop ACL 2002.
    Philadelphia, USA

  12. Natalia Grabar, Blandine Jeannin.
    Contribution de différents outils à la constitution d'une terminologie pour la recherche d'information.
    IC 2002.
    Rouen, France

  13. Bayer R, Drigalla P, Kässner T, Lausch N, Stuchlik F, Winkel N, Gibbon M, Greevy E, Lechleiter H, Martin P, Daube J-M, Natalia Grabar, Rastier F, Slodzian M, Vaillant P, Valette M, Burkchardt A. and Hopfer R.
    Deliverable 1.1: Methodology for constituting suitable corpora.
    PRINCIP, European project, contract 2110/27571, june 2002. Public deliverable.


2001

  1. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Stefan Darmoni, Natalia Grabar.
    The contribution of morphological knowledge to French MeSH mapping for information retrieval.
    Proc AMIA Symp. 2001:796-800.
    Washington, USA
    PMID 11825295

  2. Benoît Habert, Natalia Grabar, Pierre Jacquemart, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Building a text corpus for representing the variety of medical language.
    Corpus linguistics 2001
    Lancaster, UK

  3. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Pierre Jacquemart, Natalia Grabar, Benoît Habert.
    Building a text corpus for representing the variety of medical language.
    Stud Health Technol Inform. 2001;84(Pt 1):290-4.
    London, UK
    PMID 11604751

  4. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar, Stefan Darmoni.
    Apport de connaissances morphologiques pour la projection de requêtes sur une terminologie normalisée.
    TALN 2001.
    Tours, France

  5. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar, Stefan Darmoni.
    Projection de requêtes en langue naturelle sur les termes du MeSH: l'apport de connaissances morphologiques.
    IPM 2001.
    Nice, France

  6. Natalia Grabar, Sophie Berland.
    Construire un corpus Web pour l'acquisition terminologique.
    TIA 2001
    Nancy, France


2000

  1. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Automatic acquisition of domain-specific morphological resources from thesauri.
    RIAO 2000
    Paris, France

  2. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    A general method for sifting linguistic knowledge from structured terminologies.
    AMIA 2000: 310-4.
    Los Angeles, USA
    PMID 11079895
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  3. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Expériences d'acquisition automatique de connaissances morphologiques par amorçage à partir d'un thésaurus.
    RFIA 2000.
    Paris, France

  4. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Liens morphologiques et structuration de terminologie.
    IC 2000.
    Toulouse, France


1999 and before 1999

  1. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    Automatic Acquisition of Morphological Knowledge for Medical Language Processing.
    AIME 1999. In Horn W. , Shahar Y, Lindberg G, Andreassen S. and Wyatt J, Eds, p. 416-420, Aalborg, DK: Springer-Verlag, Springer, Ed.
    Aalborg, Denmark

  2. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Language-independent Automatic Acquisition of Morphological Knowledge from Synonym Pairs.
    AMIA 1999: 77-81.
    Washington, USA
    PMID 10566324

  3. Natalia Grabar, Pierre Zweigenbaum.
    Acquisition automatique de connaissances morphologiques sur le vocabulaire médical.
    TALN 1999, P. Amsili, Ed
    Cargèse, France

  4. Pierre Zweigenbaum, Natalia Grabar.
    A Contribution of Medical Terminology to Medical Language Processing Resources: Experiments in Morphological Knowledge Acquisition from Thesauri.
    Conference on Natural Language Processing and Medical Concept Representation, IMIA WG6 1999. C. G. Chute, Ed.
    Phoenix, USA

  5. Natalia Grabar.
    Acquisition automatique de connaissances morphologiques à partir d'un thésaurus: Prise en compte de contraintes syntaxiques en français et en russe.
    Rapport de DEA, INaLCO, Paris.
    Sous la direction de Pierre Zweigenbaum

  6. Natalia Grabar.
    Préparation de ressources lexicales pour l'aide au codage automatique par extension de la requête.
    Rapport de DESS, INaLCO, Paris.
    Sous la direction de Pierre Zweigenbaum

  7. Natalia Grabar.
    Terminologie de la télécommunication.
    Rapport de Maîtrise, INaLCO, Paris.
    Sous la direction de Monique Slodzian