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Alexin Z, Zvada S., Gyimóthy T.  1999.  Application of AGLEARN on Hungarian Part-of-speech Tagging. Second Workshop on Attribute Grammars and their Applications WAGA99. :133–152.
Horváth T, Alexin Z, Gyimóthy T, Wrobel S.  1999.  Application of Different Learning Methods to Hungarian Part-of-Speech Tagging. Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Inductive Logic Programming. :128–139.
Lakner T, Kozma L, Gyimóthy T.  1999.  A Compiler-Generator Based on the Pred-LL(k) Parsing Method. Proceedings of Program Analsysis and verification, Fenno-Ugric Symposium. :41-50.
Harmath L, Szilágyi G., Gyimóthy T, Csirik J.  1999.  Dynamic Slicing of Logic Programs: Program analysis and verification. The Sixth Fenno-Ugric Symposium on Software Technology. :101-113.
Gyimóthy T, Beszédes Á, Forgács I.  1999.  An Efficient Relevant Slicing Method for Debugging. Proceedings of the Joint 7th European Software Engineering Conference and 7th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE'99). :303-321.
Gyimóthy T, Beszédes Á, Forgács I.  1999.  An efficient relevant slicing method for debugging. SIGSOFT Softw. Eng. Notes. 24:303–321.
Gyimóthy T, Beszédes Á, Forgács I.  1999.  An Efficient Relevant Slicing Method for Debugging.
Beszédes Á, Ferenc R, Gyimóthy T, Magyar F, Márton G, Tarkianen M.  1999.  An Evaluation of Reverse Engineering Capabilities of the TDE/Columbus system.
Alexin Z, Váradi T, Oravecz C., Prószéky G, Csirik J, Gyimóthy T.  1999.  FGT - A framework for generating rule-based taggers. Inductive Logic Programming, 9th International Workshop, Late-Breaking papers. :1-7.
Gyimóthy T.  1999.  Gépi tanulás. Mesterséges intelligencia.
Kocsor A, Kuba A, Toth L, Jelasity M, Felfoldi L, Gyimóthy T, Csirik J.  1999.  A Segment-Based Statistical Speech Recognition System for Isolated/continuous Number Recognition. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry. :201-211.

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