De Pauw, G., & Wagacha P. W. (2007).  Bootstrapping morphological analysis of Gĩkũyũ using unsupervised maximum entropy learning. (Van hamme, Hugo, R. van Son, Ed.).Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association.
De Pauw, G., Wagacha P. W., & D.A. Abade (2007).  Unsupervised Induction of Dholuo Word Classes using Maximum Entropy Learning. (K. Getao, E. Omwenga, Ed.).Proceedings of the First International Computer Science and ICT Conference. 139-143.
De Pauw, G., Wagacha P. W., & de Schryver G. - M. (2007).  Automatic diacritic restoration for resource-scarce languages. (Václav Matoušek, Pavel Mautner, Ed.).Proceedings of Text, Speech and Dialogue, Tenth International Conference. 4629, 170-179.
Wagacha, P. W., De Pauw G., & Getao K. (2006).  Development of a corpus for Gĩkũyũ using machine learning techniques. Proceedings of LREC workshop - Networking the development of language resources for African languages.
De Pauw, G., de Schryver G. - M., & Wagacha P. W. (2006).  Data-Driven Part-of-Speech Tagging of Kiswahili. (P. Sojka, I. Kopeček, K. Pala, Ed.).Proceedings of Text, Speech and Dialogue, Ninth International Conference. 4188/2006, 197–204.
Wagacha, P. W., De Pauw G., & P.W. Githinji (2006).  A Grapheme-Based Approach for Accent Restoration in Gĩkũyũ. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. 1937-1940.
Wagacha, P. W., De Pauw G., & K. Getao (2006).  Development of a Corpus for Gĩkũyũ using machine learning techniques. (J.C. Roux, Ed.).Proceedings of LREC workshop - Networking the development of language resources for African languages. 27-30.
Hoste, V., & De Pauw G. (2006).  KNACK-2002: a Richly Annotated Corpus of Dutch Written Text. Proceedings of The Fifth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. 1432-1437.
De Pauw, G. (2006).  Towards a Fixed Word Order in a Society of Agents: a Data-Driven Baseline Perspective. (A. Cangelosi, A.D.M. Smith, K. Smith, Ed.).Proceedings of the Sixth International Evolution of Language Conference. 43-50. PDF