[Humanist] 24.249 events: computational linguistics

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Tue Aug 10 22:10:30 CEST 2010


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 249.
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        Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2010 17:24:24 +0100
        From: "[IMCSIT] News" <chair.cla2010 at imcsit.org>
        Subject: Computational Linguistics - Applications -- DRAFT PROGRAM



Draft Program of
Computational Linguistics - Applications (CLA'10) Workshop

<http://CLA.imcsit.org>

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

 Morning session: Lexical Resources, chair: Maciej Piasecki


 1.  An approach for generating personalized views from normalized electronic dictionaries : A practical experiment on Arabic language
Aida KHEMAKHEM, Bilel GARGOURI, Abdelmajid BEN HAMADOU
MIRACL Laboratory, University of Sfax, Tunisia

 2.  Automatic Extraction of Arabic Multi-Word Terms
Khalid Al Khati b, Amer Badarneh
Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

 3.  Building and Using Existing Hunspell Dictionaries and TeX Hyphenators as Finite-State Automata
Tommi Pirinen, Krister Lindén
University of Helsinki, Finland

 4.  Computing trees of named word usages from a crowdsourced lexical network
Mathieu Lafourcade, Alain Joubert
LIRMM, France

 5.  Parallel, Massive Processing in SuperMatrix – a General Tool for Distributional Semantic Analysis of Corpus
Bartosz Broda, Damian Jaworski, Maciej Piasecki
Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

 6.  Semi-Automatic Extension of Morphological Lexica
Tobias Kaufmann, Beat Pfister
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 7.  The Polish Cyc lexicon as a bridge between Polish language and the Semantic Web
Aleksander Pohl
Jagiellonian University, Poland

 8.  Tools for syntactic concordancing
Violeta Seretan, Eric Wehrli
University of Geneva, Switzerland

 9.  WordnetLoom: a Graph-based Visual Wordnet Development Framework
Maciej Piasecki, Michał Marcińczuk, Adam Musiał, Radosław Ramocki, Marek Maziarz
Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland


Afternoon  session: Mach ine Translation & Speech, chair: Krzysztof Jassem


 1.  A web-based translation service at the UOC based on Apertium
Luis Villarejo, Mireia Farrus, Gema Ramírez, Sergio Ortíz
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Office of Learning Technologies), Spain

 2.  Anusaaraka: An Expert System based Machine Translation System
Sriram Chaudhury, Ankitha Rao
Language Technologies Research Centre, IIIT-Hyderabad, INDIA

 3.  APyCA: Towards the Automatic Subtitling of Television Content in Spanish
Aitor Álvarez, Arantza del Pozo, Andoni Arruti
Vicomtech Research Centre, Spain

Automatic Detection of Prominent Words in Russian Speech
Daniil Kocharov
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

 4.  Development of a Voice Control Interface for Navigating Robots and Evaluation in Outdoor Environments
Ravi Coote
Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics FKIE, Germany

 5.  Improving the performance of Gaussian selection system
Darko Pekar, Marko Janev, Niksa Jakovljevic, Vlado Delic
Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Serbia

 6.  LEXiTRON-Pro Editor: An Integrated Tool for developing Thai Pronunciation Dictionary
Supon Klaithin, Patcharika chootrakool, Krit Kosawat
Nati onal Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), Thailand

 7.  Matura Evaluation Experiment Based on Human Evaluation of Machine Translation
Aleksandra Wojak, Filip Graliński
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

 8.  Polish Phones Statistics
Bartosz Ziolko, Jakub Galka
AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

 9.  SyMGiza++: A Tool for Parallel Computation of Symmetrized Word Alignment Models
Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt, Arkadiusz Szał
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

 10. The Role of the Newly Introduced Word Types in the Translations of Novels
Maria Csernoch
University of Debrecen, Hungary

 11. TREF – TRanslation Enhancement Framework for Japanese-English
Bartholomäus Wloka, Werner Winiwarter
University of Vienna, Austria


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Morning session: Syntax & Semantics, chair: Adam Przepiórkowski


 1.  An Approach for the Reuse of Lingware  Systems
Nabil BAKLOUTI, Sonia BOUAZIZ, Bilel GARGOURI, Chafik ALOULOU
MIRACL Laboratory, University of Sfax, Tunisia

 2.  Effective natural language parsing with probabilistic grammars
Paweł Skórzewski
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

 3.  Finding Patterns in Strings using Suffixarrays
Herman Stehouwer, Menno Van Zaanen
Tilburg University, The Netherlands

 4.  German subordinate clause word order in dialogue-based CALL.
Magdalena Wolska, Sabrina Wilske
Saarland University, Germany

 5.  Interpreting Architectural Constraints
Remco Niemeijer, Bauke de Vries, Jakob Beetz
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

 6.  Multiple Noun Expression Analysis: An Implementation of Ontological Semantic Technology
Julia Taylor, Victor Raskin, Maxim Petrenko, Christian F. Hempelmann
RiverGlass Inc & Purdue University, USA

 7.  Tools and Methodologies for Annotating Syntax and Named Entities in the National Corpus of Polish
Jakub Was zczuk, Katarzyna Głowińska, Agata Savary, Adam Przepiórkowski
Université François Rabelais Tours, France

 8.  Using TRALE for HPSG Analysis of Persian
Masood Ghayoomi, Stefan Müller
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany


Afternoon  session: Text classification, chair: Piotr Fuglewicz


 1.  "Beautiful picture of an ugly place". Exploring photo collections using opinion and sentiment analysis of user comments
Slava Kisilevich, Christian Rohrdantz, Daniel Keim
University of Konstanz, Germany

 2.  Automatic Genre Identification: Testing with Noise
Efstathios Stamatatos, Serge Sharoff, Marina Santini
KYH, Sweden

 3.  Entity Summarisation with Limited Edge Budget on Knowledge Graphs
Marcin Sydow, Mariusz Pikuła, Ralf Schenkel, Adam Siemion
Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

 4.  Is Shallow Semantic Analysis Really That Shallow? A Study on Improving Text Classification Performance
Przemysław Maciołek, Grzegorz Dobrowolski
AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

 5.  Quality Benchmarking Relational Databases and Lucene in the TREC4 Adhoc Task Environment
Ahmet Arslan, Ozgur Yilmazel
Anadolu Universi ty, Turkey

 6.  RefGen: a Tool for Reference Chains Identification
Laurence Longo, Amalia Todirascu
Université de Strasbourg, France

 7.  Using Self Organizing Map to Cluster Arabic Crime Documents
Meshrif Alruily, Aladdin Ayesh, Abdulsamad Al-Marghilani
De Montfort University, UK



The program is also available here<http://www.imcsit.org/pg/358/281>.

You are welcome to register now - here<http://papers.imcsit.org/conf/start.php?st=1>.
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Co-located with
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the XXVI Autumn Meeting of the Polish Information Processing Society<http://www.xxvi.jesienne-spotkania-pti.org/>

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