SESSIONS: Browse articles of the conference sorted by session number

  Day 1, Oral Sessions:

  Session O1 - NLP Workflows Chairperson: Stephanie Strassel
11:35-11:55 Steve Cassidy, Dominique Estival, Timothy Jones, Denis Burnham and Jared Burghold The Alveo Virtual Laboratory: A Web based Repository API
11:55-12:15 Xabier Artola, Zuhaitz Beloki and Aitor Soroa A Stream Computing Approach Towards Scalable NLP
12:15-12:35 Hao Wu, Zhiye Fei, Aaron Dai, Mark Sammons, Dan Roth and Stephen Mayhew ILLINOISCLOUDNLP: Text Analytics Services in the Cloud
12:35-12:55 Nancy Ide, James Pustejovsky, Christopher Cieri, Eric Nyberg, Di Wang, Keith Suderman, Marc Verhagen and Jonathan Wright The Language Application Grid
12:55-13:15 George Christodoulides Praaline: Integrating Tools for Speech Corpus Research


  Session O2 - Machine Translation and Evaluation (1) Chairperson: Bente Maegaard
11:35-11:55 Anabela Barreiro, Johanna Monti, Brigitte Orliac, Susanne Preuß, Kutz Arrieta, Wang Ling, Fernando Batista and Isabel Trancoso Linguistic Evaluation of Support Verb Constructions by OpenLogos and Google Translate
11:55-12:15 Sandipan Dandapat and Declan Groves MTWatch: A Tool for the Analysis of Noisy Parallel Data
12:15-12:35 Thierry Etchegoyhen, Lindsay Bywood, Mark Fishel, Panayota Georgakopoulou, Jie Jiang, Gerard van Loenhout, Arantza del Pozo, Mirjam Sepesy Maucec, Anja Turner and Martin Volk Machine Translation for Subtitling: A Large-Scale Evaluation
12:35-12:55 Joaquim Moré and Salvador Climent Machine Translationness: Machine-likeness in Machine Translation Evaluation
12:55-13:15 Joke Daems, Lieve Macken and Sonia Vandepitte On the Origin of Errors: a Fine-Grained Analysis of MT and PE Errors and their Relationship


  Session O3 - Grammar and Parsing (1) Chairperson: Emily M. Bender
11:35-11:55 Fei Cheng, Kevin Duh and Yuji Matsumoto Parsing Chinese Synthetic Words with a Character-based Dependency Model
11:55-12:15 Tomáš Jelínek Improvements to Dependency Parsing Using Automatic Simplification of Data
12:15-12:35 Joost Bastings and Khalil Sima'an All Fragments Count in Parser Evaluation
12:35-12:55 Maria Simi, Cristina Bosco and Simonetta Montemagni Less is More? Towards a Reduced Inventory of Categories for Training a Parser for the Italian Stanford Dependencies
12:55-13:15 Anton Karl Ingason, Hrafn Loftsson, Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, Einar Freyr Sigurðsson and Joel C. Wallenberg Rapid Deployment of Phrase Structure Parsing for Related Languages: A Case Study of Insular Scandinavian


  Session O4 - Information Extraction and Knowledge Discovery Chairperson: Ricardo Baeza-Yates
11:35-11:55 Clarissa Xavier and Vera Lima Boosting Open Information Extraction with Noun-Based Relations
11:55-12:15 Travis Goodwin and Sanda Harabagiu Clinical Data-Driven Probabilistic Graph Processing
12:15-12:35 Gongye Jin, Daisuke Kawahara and Sadao Kurohashi A Framework for Compiling High Quality Knowledge Resources From Raw Corpora
12:35-12:55 Clément de Groc, Xavier Tannier and Claude de Loupy Thematic Cohesion: Measuring Terms Discriminatory Power Toward Themes
12:55-13:15 Simon Scerri, Behrang Q. Zadeh, Maciej Dabrowski and Ismael Rivera Extracting Information for Context-aware Meeting Preparation


  Session O5 - Linked Data (Special Session) Chairperson: Asuncion Gomez-Perez
14:45-15:05 Marta Villegas, Maite Melero and Núria Bel Metadata as Linked Open Data: mapping disparate XML metadata registries into one RDF/OWL registry.
15:05-15:25 Maud Ehrmann, Francesco Cecconi, Daniele Vannella, John Philip McCrae, Philipp Cimiano and Roberto Navigli Representing Multilingual Data as Linked Data: the Case of BabelNet 2.0
15:25-15:45 Jorge Gracia, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Daniel Vila-Suero and Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea Enabling Language Resources to Expose Translations as Linked Data on the Web
15:45-16:05 Thierry Declerck, Karlheinz Mörth and Eveline Wandl-Vogt A SKOS-based Schema for TEI encoded Dictionaries at ICLTT


  Session O6 - Audiovisual Chairperson: Gilles Adda
14:45-15:05 Anindya Roy, Camille Guinaudeau, Herve Bredin and Claude Barras TVD: A Reproducible and Multiply Aligned TV Series Dataset
15:05-15:25 James Pustejovsky and Zachary Yocum Image Annotation with ISO-Space: Distinguishing Content from Structure
15:25-15:45 Arantza del Pozo, Carlo Aliprandi, Aitor Álvarez, Carlos Mendes, Joao P. Neto, Sérgio Paulo, Nicola Piccinini and Matteo Raffaelli SAVAS: Collecting, Annotating and Sharing Audiovisual Language Resources for Automatic Subtitling
15:45-16:05 Pablo Ruiz, Aitor Álvarez and Haritz Arzelus Phoneme Similarity Matrices to Improve Long Audio Alignment for Automatic Subtitling
16:05-16:25 Luis Javier Rodriguez-Fuentes, Mikel Penagarikano, Amparo Varona, Mireia Diez and German Bordel KALAKA-3: a Database for the Recognition of Spoken European Languages on YouTube Audios


  Session O7 - Processing of Social Media Chairperson: Paul Rayson
14:45-15:05 Dilek Kucuk, Guillaume Jacquet and Ralf Steinberger Named Entity Recognition on Turkish Tweets
15:05-15:25 Nathan Schneider, Spencer Onuffer, Nora Kazour, Emily Danchik, Michael T. Mordowanec, Henrietta Conrad and Noah A. Smith Comprehensive Annotation of Multiword Expressions in a Social Web Corpus
15:25-15:45 Clare Llewellyn, Claire Grover, Jon Oberlander and Ewan Klein Re-using an Argument Corpus to Aid in the Curation of Social Media Collections
15:45-16:05 Marc Tomlinson, David Bracewell, Wayne Krug and David Hinote #mygoal: Finding Motivations on Twitter
16:05-16:25 Andrew Yates, Jon Parker, Nazli Goharian and Ophir Frieder A Framework for Public Health Surveillance


  Session O8 - Acquisition Chairperson: Xavier Tannier
14:45-15:05 Ahmet Aker, Monica Paramita, Emma Barker and Robert Gaizauskas Bootstrapping Term Extractors for Multiple Languages
15:05-15:25 Els Lefever, Marjan Van de Kauter and Veronique Hoste Evaluation of Automatic Hypernym Extraction from Technical Corpora in English and Dutch
15:25-15:45 Lori Levin, Teruko Mitamura, Brian MacWhinney, Davida Fromm, Jaime Carbonell, Weston Feely, Robert Frederking, Anatole Gershman and Carlos Ramirez Resources for the Detection of Conventionalized Metaphors in Four Languages
15:45-16:05 Yves Scherrer and Benoît Sagot A Language-independent and fully Unsupervised Approach to Lexicon Induction and Part-of-Speech Tagging for Closely Related Languages
16:05-16:25 Stefan Bott and Sabine Schulte im Walde Optimizing a Distributional Semantic Model for the Prediction of German Particle Verb Compositionality


  Session O9 - Sentiment Analysis and Social Media (1) Chairperson: Stelios Piperidis
16:45-17:05 Hassan Saif, Miriam Fernandez, Yulan He and Harith Alani On Stopwords, Filtering and Data Sparsity for Sentiment Analysis of Twitter
17:05-17:25 Julien Velcin, Young-Min Kim, Caroline Brun, Jean-Yves Dormagen, Eric SanJuan, Leila Khouas, Anne Peradotto, Stéphane Bonnevay, Claude Roux, Julien Boyadjian, Alejandro Molina and Marie Neihouser Investigating the Image of Entities in Social Media: Dataset Design and First Results
17:25-17:45 Ahmed Abbasi, Ammar Hassan and Milan Dhar Benchmarking Twitter Sentiment Analysis Tools
17:45-18:05 Bart Desmet and Véronique Hoste Recognising Suicidal Messages in Dutch Social Media


  Session O10 - Conversational (1) Chairperson: Nick Campbell
16:45-17:05 Brigitte Bigi, Roxane Bertrand and Mathilde Guardiola Automatic Detection of Other-Repetition Occurrences: Application to French Conversational Speech
17:05-17:25 Judith Muzerelle, Anaïs Lefeuvre, Emmanuel Schang, Jean-Yves Antoine, Aurore Pelletier, Denis Maurel, Iris Eshkol and Jeanne Villaneau ANCOR_Centre, a Large Free Spoken French Coreference Corpus: Description of the Resource and Reliability Measures
17:25-17:45 Yi-Fen Liu, Shu-Chuan Tseng and J.-S Roger Jang Phone Boundary Annotation in Conversational Speech
17:45-18:05 Alexis Nasr, Frederic Bechet, Benoit Favre, Thierry Bazillon, Jose Deulofeu and Andre Valli Automatically Enriching Spoken Corpora with Syntactic Information for Linguistic Studies


  Session O11 - Collaborative Resources (1) Chairperson: Iryna Gurevych
16:45-17:05 Marta Sabou, Kalina Bontcheva, Leon Derczynski and Arno Scharl Corpus Annotation through Crowdsourcing: Towards Best Practice Guidelines
17:05-17:25 Mikaël Morardo and Eric De La Clergerie Towards an Environment for the Production and the Validation of Lexical Semantic Resources
17:25-17:45 Dan Flickinger, Emily M. Bender and Stephan Oepen Towards an Encyclopedia of Compositional Semantics: Documenting the Interface of the English Resource Grammar
17:45-18:05 Octavian Popescu, Martha Palmer and Patrick Hanks Mapping CPA Patterns onto OntoNotes Senses


  Session O12 - Semantics (1) Chairperson: Eva Hajičová
16:45-17:05 Elisabetta Jezek, Bernardo Magnini, Anna Feltracco, Alessia Bianchini and Octavian Popescu T-PAS; A resource of Typed Predicate Argument Structures for linguistic analysis and semantic processing
17:05-17:25 Mark Finlayson, Jeffry Halverson and Steven Corman The N2 Corpus: a Semantically Annotated Collection of Islamist Extremist Stories
17:25-17:45 Maddalen Lopez de Lacalle, Egoitz Laparra and German Rigau Predicate Matrix: extending SemLink through WordNet mappings
17:45-18:05 Archna Bhatia, Mandy Simons, Lori Levin, Yulia Tsvetkov, Chris Dyer and Jordan Bender A Unified Annotation Scheme for the Semantic/Pragmatic Components of Definiteness


  Session O13 - Sentiment Analysis (1) Chairperson: Paul Buitelaar
18:10-18:30 Isa Maks, Ruben Izquierdo, Francesca Frontini, Rodrigo Agerri, Piek Vossen and Andoni Azpeitia Generating Polarity Lexicons with WordNet Propagation in 5 Languages
18:30-18:50 Muhammad Abdul-Mageed and Mona Diab SANA: A Large Scale Multi-Genre, Multi-Dialect Lexicon for Arabic Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis
18:50-19:10 Heeyoung Lee, Mihai Surdeanu, Bill MacCartney and Dan Jurafsky On the Importance of Text Analysis for Stock Price Prediction


  Session O14 - Paralinguistics Chairperson: Sophie Rosset
18:10-18:30 Jamie Bost and Johanna Moore An Analysis of Older Users' Interactions with Spoken Dialogue Systems
18:30-18:50 Milan Rusko, Sakhia Darjaa, Marian Trnka, Marian Ritomsky and Robert Sabo Alert!... Calm Down, There is Nothing to Worry About. Warning and Soothing Speech Synthesis
18:50-19:10 Ana Isabel Mata, Helena Moniz, Telmo Móia, Anabela Gonçalves, Fátima Silva, Fernando Batista, Inês Duarte, Fátima Oliveira and Isabel Falé Prosodic, Syntactic, Semantic Guidelines for Topic Structures Across Domains and Corpora


  Session O15 - Multiword Expressions Chairperson: Aline Villavicencio
18:10-18:30 Corina Dima, Verena Henrich, Erhard Hinrichs and Christina Hoppermann How to Tell a Schneemann from a Milchmann: An Annotation Scheme for Compound-Internal Relations
18:30-18:50 Béatrice Daille and Amir Hazem Semi-Compositional Method for Synonym Extraction of Multi-Word Terms
18:50-19:10 Valia Kordoni and Iliana Simova Multiword Expressions in Machine Translation


  Session O16 - Spelling Normalisation Chairperson: Hrafn Loftsson
18:10-18:30 Kay Berkling, Johanna Fay, Masood Ghayoomi, Katrin Hein, Rémi Lavalley, Ludwig Linhuber and Sebastian Stüker A Database of Freely Written Texts of German School Students for the Purpose of Automatic Spelling Error Classification
18:30-18:50 Orphee De Clercq, Sarah Schulz, Bart Desmet and Veronique Hoste Towards Shared Datasets for Normalization Research
18:50-19:10 Martin Reynaert Synergy of Nederlab and @PhilosTEI: Diachronic and Multilingual Text-induced Corpus Clean-up


  Day 1, Poster Sessions:

  Session P1 - Corpora and Annotation Chair : Marko Tadić
11:35-13:15 AiTi Aw, Sharifah Mahani Aljunied, Nattadaporn Lertcheva and Sasiwimon Kalunsima TaLAPi ― A Thai Linguistically Annotated Corpus for Language Processing
11:35-13:15 Guiyao Ke, Pierre-Francois Marteau and Gildas Menier Variations on Quantitative Comparability Measures and their Evaluations on Synthetic French-English Comparable Corpora
11:35-13:15 Paul Felt, Eric Ringger, Kevin Seppi and Kristian Heal Using Transfer Learning to Assist Exploratory Corpus Annotation
11:35-13:15 Miguel B. Almeida, Mariana S. C. Almeida, André F. T. Martins, Helena Figueira, Pedro Mendes and Cláudia Pinto Priberam Compressive Summarization Corpus: A New Multi-Document Summarization Corpus for European Portuguese
11:35-13:15 Patrick Schone, Heath Nielson and Mark Ward Corpus and Evaluation of Handwriting Recognition of Historical Genealogical Records
11:35-13:15 Milena Hnátková, Michal Křen, Pavel Procházka and Hana Skoumalová The SYN-series Corpora of Written Czech
11:35-13:15 Karel Kučera and Martin Stluka Corpus of 19th-century Czech Texts: Problems and Solutions
11:35-13:15 Maik Stührenberg Extending Standoff Annotation
11:35-13:15 Stefan Höfler and Kyoko Sugisaki Constructing and Exploiting an Automatically Annotated Resource of Legislative Texts


  Session P2 - Crowdsourcing Chair : Alain Couillault
11:35-13:15 Yuan Luo, Thomas Boucher, Tolga Oral, David Osofsky and Sara Weber A Study on Expert Sourcing Enterprise Question Collection and Classification
11:35-13:15 A.R Balamurali Can the Crowd be Controlled?: A Case Study on Crowd Sourcing and Automatic Validation of Completed Tasks based on User Modeling
11:35-13:15 Mitesh M. Khapra, Ananthakrishnan Ramanathan, Anoop Kunchukuttan, Karthik Visweswariah and Pushpak Bhattacharyya When Transliteration Met Crowdsourcing : An Empirical Study of Transliteration via Crowdsourcing using Efficient, Non-redundant and Fair Quality Control
11:35-13:15 manjira sinha, Tirthankar Dasgupta and Anupam Basu Design and Development of an Online Computational Framework to Facilitate Language Comprehension Research on Indian Languages
11:35-13:15 Martin Benjamin Collaboration in the Production of a Massively Multilingual Lexicon
11:35-13:15 Marco Marelli, Stefano Menini, Marco Baroni, Luisa Bentivogli, Raffaella bernardi and Roberto Zamparelli A SICK Cure for the Evaluation of Compositional Distributional Semantic Models
11:35-13:15 Wajdi Zaghouani and Kais Dukes Can Crowdsourcing be used for Effective Annotation of Arabic?
11:35-13:15 Héctor Martínez Alonso and Lauren Romeo Crowdsourcing as a Preprocessing for Complex Semantic Annotation Tasks
11:35-13:15 Christoph Draxler Online Experiments with the Percy Software Framework - Experiences and some Early Results
11:35-13:15 Ryan Cotterell and Chris Callison-Burch A Multi-Dialect, Multi-Genre Corpus of Informal Written Arabic


  Session P3 - Dialogue Chair : Dan Cristea
11:35-13:15 Stefan Ultes, Hüseyin Dikme and Wolfgang Minker First Insight into Quality-Adaptive Dialogue
11:35-13:15 Volha Petukhova, Martin Gropp, Dietrich Klakow, Gregor Eigner, Mario Topf, Stefan Srb, Petr Motlicek, Blaise Potard, John Dines, Olivier Deroo, Ronny Egeler, Uwe Meinz, Steffen Liersch and Anna Schmidt The DBOX Corpus Collection of Spoken Human-Human and Human-Machine Dialogues
11:35-13:15 Dietmar Rösner, Rafael Friesen, Stephan Günther and Rico Andrich Modeling and Evaluating Dialog Success in the LAST MINUTE Corpus
11:35-13:15 Layla El Asri, Rémi Lemonnier, Romain Laroche, Olivier Pietquin and Hatim Khouzaimi NASTIA: Negotiating Appointment Setting Interface
11:35-13:15 Layla El Asri, Romain Laroche and Olivier Pietquin DINASTI: Dialogues with a Negotiating Appointment Setting Interface
11:35-13:15 Thomas Pellegrini, Vahid Hedayati and Angela Costa El-WOZ: a Client-Server Wizard-of-Oz Interface


  Session P4 - Phonetic Databases and Prosody Chair : Philippe Martin
11:35-13:15 Claire Brierley, Majdi Sawalha and Eric Atwell Tools for Arabic Natural Language Processing: a Case Study in Qalqalah Prosody
11:35-13:15 Johann-Mattis List and Jelena Prokić A Benchmark Database of Phonetic Alignments in Historical Linguistics and Dialectology
11:35-13:15 Anne Lacheret, Sylvain Kahane, Julie Beliao, Anne Dister, Kim Gerdes, Jean-Philippe Goldman, Nicolas Obin, Paola Pietrandrea and Atanas Tchobanov Rhapsodie: a Prosodic-Syntactic Treebank for Spoken French
11:35-13:15 Jean-Philippe Goldman, Tea Prsir and Antoine Auchlin C-PhonoGenre: a 7-hour Corpus of 7 Speaking Styles in French: Relations between Situational Features and Prosodic Properties
11:35-13:15 Abir Masmoudi, Mariem Ellouze Khmekhem, Yannick Esteve, Lamia Hadrich Belguith and Nizar Habash A Corpus and Phonetic Dictionary for Tunisian Arabic Speech Recognition
11:35-13:15 Yuichi Ishimoto, Tomoyuki Tsuchiya, Hanae Koiso and Yasuharu Den Towards Automatic Transformation Between Different Transcription Conventions: Prediction of Intonation Markers from Linguistic and Acoustic Features
11:35-13:15 Tiberiu Boroș, Adriana Stan, Oliver Watts and Stefan Daniel Dumitrescu RSS-TOBI - a Prosodically Enhanced Romanian Speech Corpus
11:35-13:15 Klim Peshkov and Laurent Prévot Segmentation Evaluation Metrics, a Comparison Grounded on Prosodic and Discourse Units
11:35-13:15 Bistra Andreeva, William Barry and Jacques Koreman A Cross-language Corpus for Studying the Phonetics and Phonology of Prominence
11:35-13:15 Liviu Dinu, Alina Maria Ciobanu, Ioana Chitoran and Vlad Niculae Using a Machine Learning Model to Assess the Complexity of Stress Systems
11:35-13:15 Tanja Schultz and Tim Schlippe GlobalPhone: Pronunciation Dictionaries in 20 Languages


  Session P5 - Speech Resources Chair : Martine Adda-Decker
11:35-13:15 Juan Rafael Orozco-Arroyave, Julián David Arias-Londoño, Jesús Francisco Vargas-Bonilla, María Claudia Gonzalez-Rátiva and Elmar Nöth New Spanish Speech Corpus Database for the Analysis of People Suffering from Parkinson's Disease
11:35-13:15 François Salmon and Félicien Vallet An Effortless Way To Create Large-Scale Datasets For Famous Speakers
11:35-13:15 Florian Schiel and Thomas Kisler German Alcohol Language Corpus - the Question of Dialect
11:35-13:15 Jetske Klatter, Roeland Van Hout, Henk van den Heuvel, Paula Fikkert, Anne Baker, Jan De Jong, Frank Wijnen, Eric Sanders and Paul Trilsbeek Vulnerability in Acquisition, Language Impairments in Dutch: Creating a VALID Data Archive
11:35-13:15 Mirjam Ernestus, Lucie Kočková-Amortová and Petr Pollak The Nijmegen Corpus of Casual Czech
11:35-13:15 Carlos Daniel Hernandez Mena and Abel Herrera Camacho CIEMPIESS: A New Open-Sourced Mexican Spanish Radio Corpus
11:35-13:15 Marie Kopřivová, Hana Goláňová, Petra Klimešová and David Lukeš Mapping Diatopic and Diachronic Variation in Spoken Czech: the Ortofon and Dialekt Corpora
11:35-13:15 Thomas Schmidt The Research and Teaching Corpus of Spoken German ― FOLK
11:35-13:15 Niklas Vanhainen and Giampiero Salvi Free Acoustic and Language Models for Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition in Swedish


  Session P6 - Endangered Languages Chair : Laurette Pretorius
14:45-16:25 Kristiina Jokinen Open-domain Interaction and Online Content in the Sami Language
14:45-16:25 Tjerk Hagemeijer, Michel Généreux, Iris Hendrickx, Amália Mendes, Abigail Tiny and Armando Zamora The Gulf of Guinea Creole Corpora
14:45-16:25 Dagmar Jung, Katarzyna Klessa, Zsuzsa Duray, Beatrix Oszkó, Mária Sipos, Sándor Szeverényi, Zsuzsa Várnai, Trilsbeek Paul and Tamás Váradi - Including Multimedia Language Resources to disseminate Knowledge and Create Educational Material on less-Resourced Languages
14:45-16:25 José Pedro Ferreira, Cristiano Chesi, Daan Baldewijns, Fernando Miguel Pinto, Margarita Correia, Daniela Braga, Hyongsil Cho, Amadeu Ferreira and Miguel Dias Casa De La Lhéngua: a Set of Language Resources and Natural Language Processing Tools for Mirandese
14:45-16:25 Christian Curtis A Finite-State Morphological Analyzer for a Lakota HPSG Grammar


  Session P7 - Evaluation Methodologies Chair : Violeta Seretan
14:45-16:25 Adam Kilgarriff, Pavel Rychlý, Milos Jakubicek, Vojtěch Kovář, Vit Baisa and Lucia Kocincová Extrinsic Corpus Evaluation with a Collocation Dictionary Task
14:45-16:25 Nancy Underwood, Bartolomé Mesa-Lao, Mercedes García Martínez, Michael Carl, Vicent Alabau, Jesús González-Rubio, Luis A. Leiva, Germán Sanchis-Trilles, Daniel Ortíz-Martínez and Francisco Casacuberta Evaluating the Effects of Interactivity in a Post-Editing Workbench
14:45-16:25 Bogdan Ludusan, Maarten Versteegh, Aren Jansen, Guillaume Gravier, Xuan-Nga Cao, Mark Johnson and Emmanuel Dupoux Bridging the Gap between Speech Technology and Natural Language Processing: An Evaluation Toolbox for Term Discovery Systems
14:45-16:25 Paula Lopez-Otero, Laura Docio-Fernandez and Carmen Garcia-Mateo Introducing a Framework for the Evaluation of Music Detection Tools
14:45-16:25 Bartosz Broda, Bartłomiej Nitoń, Włodzimierz Gruszczyński and Maciej Ogrodniczuk Measuring Readability of Polish Texts: Baseline Experiments
14:45-16:25 Jason Utt, Sylvia Springorum, Maximilian Köper and Sabine Schulte im Walde Fuzzy V-Measure - An Evaluation Method for Cluster Analyses of Ambiguous Data
14:45-16:25 Andrea Horbach, Alexis Palmer and Magdalena Wolska Finding a Tradeoff between Accuracy and Rater's Workload in Grading Clustered Short Answers
14:45-16:25 Petra Barancikova, Rudolf Rosa and Ales Tamchyna Improving Evaluation of English-Czech MT through Paraphrasing
14:45-16:25 Chi-kiu Lo and Dekai Wu On the Reliability and Inter-Annotator Agreement of Human Semantic MT Evaluation via HMEANT


  Session P8 - Language Resource Infrastructures Chair : Georg Rehm
14:45-16:25 Nelleke Oostdijk and Henk van den Heuvel The Evolving Infrastructure for Language Resources and the Role for Data Scientists
14:45-16:25 Dorte Haltrup Hansen, Lene Offersgaard and Sussi Olsen Using TEI, CMDI and ISOcat in CLARIN-DK
14:45-16:25 Jonathan Chevelu, Gwénolé Lecorvé and Damien Lolive ROOTS: a Toolkit for Easy, Fast and Consistent Processing of Large Sequential Annotated Data Collections
14:45-16:25 Matteo Abrate, Angelo Mario Del Grosso, Emiliano Giovannetti, Angelica Lo Duca, Damiana Luzzi, Lorenzo Mancini, Andrea Marchetti, Irene Pedretti and Silvia Piccini Sharing Cultural Heritage: the Clavius on the Web Project
14:45-16:25 Verena Lyding, Lionel Nicolas and Egon Stemle 'interHist' - an Interactive Visual Interface for Corpus Exploration


  Session P9 - Machine Translation Chair : Jordi Atserias
14:45-16:25 Chenhui Chu, Toshiaki Nakazawa and Sadao Kurohashi Constructing a Chinese―Japanese Parallel Corpus from Wikipedia
14:45-16:25 Lise Rebout and Phillippe Langlais An Iterative Approach for Mining Parallel Sentences in a Comparable Corpus
14:45-16:25 Dan Tufiș Large SMT Data-sets Extracted from Wikipedia
14:45-16:25 Juan Luo and Yves Lepage Production of Phrase Tables in 11 European Languages using an Improved Sub-sentential Aligner
14:45-16:25 Hiroaki Shimizu, Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Tomoki Toda and Satoshi Nakamura Collection of a Simultaneous Translation Corpus for Comparative Analysis
14:45-16:25 Sharid Loaiciga, Thomas Meyer and Andrei Popescu-Belis English-French Verb Phrase Alignment in Europarl for Tense Translation Modeling
14:45-16:25 Bushra Jawaid and Ondrej Bojar Two-Step Machine Translation with Lattices


  Session P10 - Metadata Chair : Victoria Arranz
14:45-16:25 Matej Durco and Menzo Windhouwer The CMD Cloud
14:45-16:25 Fritz Kliche, Andre Blessing, Dr. Ulrich Heid and Jonathan Sonntag The eIdentity Text Exploration Workbench
14:45-16:25 Damir Cavar and Malgorzata Cavar Visualization of Language Relations and Families: MultiTree


  Session P11 - MultiWord Expressions and Terms Chair : Valeria Quochi
14:45-16:25 Pierre André Ménard and Caroline Barriere Linked Open Data and Web Corpus Data for noun compound bracketing
14:45-16:25 Anita Rácz, István Nagy T. and Veronika Vincze 4FX: Light Verb Constructions in a Multilingual Parallel Corpus
14:45-16:25 Wan Yu Ho, Christine Kng, Shan Wang and Francis Bond Identifying Idioms in Chinese Translations
14:45-16:25 Kara Warburton Narrowing the Gap Between Termbases and Corpora in Commercial Environments
14:45-16:25 Rodrigo Boos, Kassius Prestes and Aline Villavicencio Identification of Multiword Expressions in the brWaC
14:45-16:25 Lis Pereira, Elga Strafella and Yuji Matsumoto Collocation or Free Combination? ― Applying Machine Translation Techniques to identify collocations in Japanese
14:45-16:25 Irina Temnikova, Andrea Varga and Dogan Biyikli Building a Crisis Management Term Resource for Social Media: The Case of Floods and Protests


  Session P12 - Treebanks Chair : Beatrice Daille
14:45-16:25 Riyaz Ahmad Bhat, Shahid Musjtaq Bhat and Dipti Misra Sharma Towards Building a Kashmiri Treebank: Setting up the Annotation Pipeline
14:45-16:25 Shinsuke Mori, Hideki Ogura and Tetsuro Sasada A Japanese Word Dependency Corpus
14:45-16:25 Chris Culy, Marco Passarotti and Ulla König-Cardanobile A Compact Interactive Visualization of Dependency Treebank Query Results
14:45-16:25 Scott Martens and Marco Passarotti Thomas Aquinas in the TüNDRA: Integrating the Index Thomisticus Treebank into CLARIN-D
14:45-16:25 Blanca Arias, Nuria Bel, Mercè Lorente, Montserrat Marimón, Alba Milà, Jorge Vivaldi, Muntsa Padró, Marina Fomicheva and Imanol Larrea Boosting the Creation of a Treebank
14:45-16:25 Montserrat Marimon, Núria Bel, Beatriz Fisas, Blanca Arias, Silvia Vázquez, Jorge Vivaldi, Carlos Morell and Mercè Lorente The IULA Spanish LSP Treebank
14:45-16:25 Per Erik Solberg, Arne Skjærholt, Lilja Øvrelid, Kristin Hagen and Janne Bondi Johannessen The Norwegian Dependency Treebank
14:45-16:25 Mojgan Seraji, Carina Jahani, Beáta Megyesi and Joakim Nivre A Persian Treebank with Stanford Typed Dependencies
14:45-16:25 Masood Ghayoomi and Jonas Kuhn Converting an HPSG-based Treebank into its Parallel Dependency-based Treebank


  Session P13 - Discourse Annotation, Representation and Processing Chair : Ann Bies
16:45-18:05 Kasia Budzynska, Mathilde Janier, Chris Reed, Patrick Saint-Dizier, Manfred Stede and Olena yakorska A Model for Processing Illocutionary Structures and Argumentation in Debates
16:45-18:05 Manfred Stede and Arne Neumann Potsdam Commentary Corpus 2.0: Annotation for Discourse Research
16:45-18:05 Magdalena Rysova Verbs of Saying with a Textual Connecting Function in the Prague Discourse Treebank
16:45-18:05 Ryu Iida and Takenobu Tokunaga Building a Corpus of Manually Revised Texts from Discourse Perspective
16:45-18:05 Lanjun Zhou, Binyang Li, Zhongyu Wei and Kam-Fai Wong The CUHK Discourse TreeBank for Chinese: Annotating Explicit Discourse Connectives for the Chinese TreeBank
16:45-18:05 Thomas Bögel, Jannik Strötgen and Michael Gertz Computational Narratology: Extracting Tense Clusters from Narrative Texts
16:45-18:05 Susana Bautista and Horacio Saggion Can Numerical Expressions Be Simpler? Implementation and Demonstration of a Numerical Simplification System for Spanish
16:45-18:05 Cristina Grisot and Thomas Meyer Cross-Linguistic Annotation of Narrativity for English/French Verb Tense Disambiguation


  Session P14 - Grammar and Syntax Chair : Cristina Bosco
16:45-18:05 Richard Sproat, Bruno Cartoni, HyunJeong Choe, David Huynh, Linne Ha, Ravindran Rajakumar and Evelyn Wenzel-Grondie A Database for Measuring Linguistic Information Content
16:45-18:05 Katerina Rysova and Jiří Mírovský Valency and Word Order in Czech ― A Corpus Probe
16:45-18:05 Ludger Zeevaert Mörkum Njálu. An Annotated Corpus to Analyse and Explain Grammatical Divergences Between 14th-century Manuscripts of Njál's Saga.
16:45-18:05 Roman Schneider GenitivDB ― a Corpus-Generated Database for German Genitive Classification
16:45-18:05 Tibor Kiss, Francis Jeffry Pelletier and Tobias Stadtfeld Building a Reference Lexicon for Countability in English


  Session P15 - Lexicons Chair : Amália Mendes
16:45-18:05 Ismail El Maarouf, Jane Bradbury, Vít Baisa and Patrick Hanks Disambiguating Verbs by Collocation: Corpus Lexicography meets Natural Language Processing
16:45-18:05 Nabil Hathout, Franck Sajous and Basilio Calderone GLÀFF, a Large Versatile French Lexicon
16:45-18:05 John Richardson, Toshiaki Nakazawa and Sadao Kurohashi Bilingual Dictionary Construction with Transliteration Filtering
16:45-18:05 Krasimir Angelov Bootstrapping Open-Source English-Bulgarian Computational Dictionary
16:45-18:05 Mathieu Mangeot MotàMot Project: Conversion of a French-Khmer Published Dictionary for Building a Multilingual Lexical System
16:45-18:05 Menzo Windhouwer, Justin Petro and Shakila Shayan RELISH LMF: Unlocking the Full Power of the Lexical Markup Framework
16:45-18:05 Liviu Dinu and Alina Maria Ciobanu Building a Dataset of Multilingual Cognates for the Romanian Lexicon
16:45-18:05 Palmira Marrafa, Raquel Amaro and Sara Mendes LexTec - a Rich Language Resource for Technical Domains in Portuguese


  Session P16 - Morphology Chair : Benoît Sagot
16:45-18:05 Fadoua Ataa Allah and Siham Boulaknadel Amazigh Verb Conjugator
16:45-18:05 Menno van Zaanen, Gerhard Van Huyssteen, Suzanne Aussems, Chris Emmery and Roald Eiselen The Development of Dutch and Afrikaans Language Resources for Compound Boundary Analysis.
16:45-18:05 Rico Sennrich and Beat Kunz Zmorge: A German Morphological Lexicon Extracted from Wiktionary
16:45-18:05 Attila Novák A New Form of Humor ― Mapping Constraint-Based Computational Morphologies to a Finite-State Representation
16:45-18:05 Veronika Vincze, Viktor Varga, Katalin Ilona Simkó, János Zsibrita, Ágoston Nagy, Richárd Farkas and János Csirik Szeged Corpus 2.5: Morphological Modifications in a Manually POS-tagged Hungarian Corpus
16:45-18:05 Çağrı Çöltekin A Set of Open Source Tools for Turkish Natural Language Processing
16:45-18:05 Magda Sevcikova and Zdenek Zabokrtsky Word-Formation Network for Czech
16:45-18:05 Arfath Pasha, Mohamed Al-Badrashiny, Mona Diab, Ahmed El Kholy, Ramy Eskander, Nizar Habash, Manoj Pooleery, Owen Rambow and Ryan Roth MADAMIRA: A Fast, Comprehensive Tool for Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation of Arabic
16:45-18:05 Yvonne Adesam, Malin Ahlberg, Peter Andersson, Gerlof Bouma, Markus Forsberg and Mans Hulden Computer-aided Morphology Expansion for Old Swedish
16:45-18:05 Marcin Woliński Morfeusz Reloaded


  Session P17 - WordNet Chair : Francis Bond
16:45-18:05 Antoni Oliver and Salvador Climent Automatic Creation of WordNets from Parallel Corpora
16:45-18:05 Spandana Gella, Carlo Strapparava and Vivi Nastase Mapping WordNet Domains, WordNet Topics and Wikipedia Categories to Generate Multilingual Domain Specific Resources
16:45-18:05 Quentin Pradet, Laurence Danlos and Gaël de Chalendar Adapting VerbNet to French using Existing Resources
16:45-18:05 Gianluca Lebani, Veronica Viola and Alessandro Lenci Bootstrapping an Italian VerbNet: data-driven analysis of verb alternations
16:45-18:05 Ahti Lohk, Kaarel Allik, Heili Orav and Leo Võhandu Dense Components in the Structure of WordNet
16:45-18:05 Yuri Bizzoni, Federico Boschetti, Harry Diakoff, Riccardo Del Gratta, Monica Monachini and Gregory Crane The Making of Ancient Greek WordNet
16:45-18:05 Gerard de Melo Etymological WordNet: Tracing the History of Words


  Session P18 - Corpora and Annotation Chair : Steve Cassidy
18:10-19:30 Angela Costa, Tiago Luís and Luísa Coheur Translation Errors from English to Portuguese: an Annotated Corpus
18:10-19:30 Verginica Barbu Mititelu, Elena Irimia and Dan Tufiș CoRoLa ― The Reference Corpus of Contemporary Romanian Language
18:10-19:30 Houda Bouamor, Nizar Habash and Kemal Oflazer A Multidialectal Parallel Corpus of Arabic
18:10-19:30 Ahmed Salama, Houda Bouamor, Behrang Mohit and Kemal Oflazer YouDACC: the Youtube Dialectal Arabic Comment Corpus
18:10-19:30 Miquel Esplà-Gomis, Filip Klubička, Nikola Ljubešić, Sergio Ortiz-Rojas, Vassilis Papavassiliou and Prokopis Prokopidis Comparing Two Acquisition Systems for Automatically Building an English-Croatian Parallel Corpus from Multilingual Websites
18:10-19:30 Siim Orasmaa Towards an Integration of Syntactic and Temporal Annotations in Estonian
18:10-19:30 Louise Deleger, Anne-Laure Ligozat, Cyril Grouin, Pierre Zweigenbaum and Aurelie Neveol Annotation of Specialized Corpora using a Comprehensive Entity and Relation Scheme
18:10-19:30 Ritesh Kumar Developing Politeness Annotated Corpus of Hindi Blogs
18:10-19:30 Adriane Boyd, Jirka Hana, Lionel Nicolas, Detmar Meurers, Katrin Wisniewski, Andrea Abel, Karin Schöne, Barbora Štindlová and Chiara Vettori The MERLIN corpus: Learner Language and the CEFR
18:10-19:30 Luz Rello, Ricardo Baeza-Yates and Joaquim Llisterri DysList: An Annotated Resource of Dyslexic Errors
18:10-19:30 Jena D. Hwang, Annie Zaenen and Martha Palmer Criteria for Identifying and Annotating Caused Motion Constructions in Corpus Data
18:10-19:30 Ann Irvine, Joshua Langfus and Chris Callison-Burch The American Local News Corpus


  Session P19 - Document Classification, Text Categorisation Chair : Karën Fort
18:10-19:30 Mohamed Morchid, Richard Dufour and Georges Linares A LDA-based Topic Classification Approach from highly Imperfect Automatic Transcriptions
18:10-19:30 Juan Soler and Leo Wanner How to Use Less Features and Reach Better Performance in Author Gender Identification
18:10-19:30 Lucie Poláková, Pavlína Jínová and Jiří Mírovský Genres in the Prague Discourse Treebank
18:10-19:30 Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb, Peter Fankhauser, Hannah Kermes, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski, Noam Ordan and Elke Teich Data Mining with Shallow vs. Linguistic Features to Study Diversification of Scientific Registers
18:10-19:30 Mahmoud El-Haj, Paul Rayson, Steve Young and Martin Walker Detecting Document Structure in a Very Large Corpus of UK Financial Reports
18:10-19:30 Noushin Rezapour Asheghi, Serge Sharoff and Katja Markert Designing and Evaluating a Reliable Corpus of Web Genres via Crowd-Sourcing
18:10-19:30 Ioannis Korkontzelos and Sophia Ananiadou Locating Requests among Open Source Software Communication Messages
18:10-19:30 Thamar Solorio, Ragib Hasan and Mainul Mizan Sockpuppet Detection in Wikipedia: A Corpus of Real-World Deceptive Writing for Linking Identities


  Session P20 - FrameNet Chair : Alessandro Lenci
18:10-19:30 Ildikó Pilán and Elena Volodina Reusing Swedish FrameNet for Training Semantic Roles
18:10-19:30 Marie-Claude L'Homme, Benoît Robichaud and Carlos Subirats Rüggeberg Discovering Frames in Specialized Domains
18:10-19:30 Marie Candito, Pascal Amsili, Lucie Barque, Farah Benamara, Gaël de Chalendar, Marianne Djemaa, Pauline Haas, Richard Huyghe, Yvette Yannick Mathieu, Philippe Muller, Benoît Sagot and Laure Vieu Developing a French FrameNet: Methodology and First results


  Session P21 - Semantics Chair : Peter Anick
18:10-19:30 Reinhard Rapp Corpus-Based Computation of Reverse Associations
18:10-19:30 Haritz Salaberri, Olatz Arregi and Beñat Zapirain First Approach toward Semantic Role Labeling for Basque
18:10-19:30 Tomoko Izumi, Tomohide Shibata, Hisako Asano, Yoshihiro Matsuo and Sadao Kurohashi Constructing a Corpus of Japanese Predicate Phrases for Synonym/Antonym Relations
18:10-19:30 Martin Riedl, Richard Steuer and Chris Biemann Distributed Distributional Similarities of Google Books over the Centuries
18:10-19:30 Kostadin Cholakov, Chris Biemann, Judith Eckle-Kohler and Iryna Gurevych Lexical Substitution Dataset for German
18:10-19:30 Nianwen Xue and Yuchen Zhang Buy One Get One Free: Distant Annotation of Chinese Tense, Event Type and Modality
18:10-19:30 Dan Stefanescu, Rajendra Banjade and Vasile Rus Latent Semantic Analysis Models on Wikipedia and TASA
18:10-19:30 Yuka Tateisi, Yo Shidahara, Yusuke Miyao and Akiko Aizawa Annotation of Computer Science Papers for Semantic Relation Extrac-tion
18:10-19:30 Moritz Wittmann, Marion Weller and Sabine Schulte im Walde Automatic Extraction of Synonyms for German Particle Verbs from Parallel Data with Distributional Similarity as a Re-Ranking Feature
18:10-19:30 Gregor Titze, Volha Bryl, Cäcilia Zirn and Simone Paolo Ponzetto DBpedia Domains: Augmenting DBpedia with Domain Information
18:10-19:30 Elena Cabrio, Serena Villata and Fabien Gandon Classifying Inconsistencies in DBpedia Language Specific Chapters


  Session P22 - Speech Resources Chair : Giuseppe Riccardi
18:10-19:30 Thomas Schmidt The Database for Spoken German ― DGD2
18:10-19:30 Annika Hämäläinen, Jairo Avelar, Silvia Rodrigues, Miguel Sales Dias, Artur Kolesiński, Tibor Fegyó, Géza Németh, Petra Csobánka, Karine Lan and David Hewson The EASR Corpora of European Portuguese, French, Hungarian and Polish Elderly Speech
18:10-19:30 Barbara Schuppler, Martin Hagmueller, Juan A. Morales-Cordovilla and Hannes Pessentheiner GRASS: the Graz corpus of Read And Spontaneous Speech
18:10-19:30 Hanae Koiso, Yasuharu Den, Ken'ya Nishikawa and Kikuo Maekawa Design and Development of an RDB Version of the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese
18:10-19:30 Camille Fauth, Anne Bonneau, Frank Zimmerer, Juergen Trouvain, Bistra Andreeva, Vincent Colotte, Dominique Fohr, Denis Jouvet, Jeanin Jügler, Yves Laprie, Odile Mella and Bernd Möbius Designing a Bilingual Speech Corpus for French and German Language Learners: a Two-Step Process
18:10-19:30 Rosemary Orr, Marijn Huijbregts, Roeland van Beek, Lisa Teunissen, Kate Backhouse and David van Leeuwen Semi-Automatic Annotation of the UCU Accents Speech Corpus
18:10-19:30 Ana Lúcia Santos, Michel Généreux, Aida Cardoso, Celina Agostinho and Silvana Abalada A Corpus of European Portuguese Child and Child-directed Speech
18:10-19:30 Anna Polychroniou, Hugues Salamin and Alessandro Vinciarelli The SSPNet-Mobile Corpus: Social Signal Processing Over Mobile Phones.
18:10-19:30 Katarzyna Klessa and Dafydd Gibbon Annotation Pro + TGA: Automation of Speech Timing Analysis
18:10-19:30 Björn Schuller, Felix Friedmann and Florian Eyben The Munich Biovoice Corpus: Effects of Physical Exercising, Heart Rate, and Skin Conductance on Human Speech Production


  Day 2, Oral Sessions:

  Session O17 - Infrastructures for LRs Chairperson: Nancy Ide
9:45-10:05 Victoria Arranz, Khalid Choukri, Valérie Mapelli and Hélène Mazo ELRA's Consolidated Services for the HLT Community
10:05-10:25 Georg Rehm, Hans Uszkoreit, Sophia Ananiadou, Núria Bel, Audroné Bielevičiené, Lars Borin, António Branco, Gerhard Budin, Nicoletta Calzolari, Walter Daelemans, Radovan Garabík, Marko Grobelnik, Carmen Garcia-Mateo, Josef van Genabith, Jan Hajic, Inma Hernaez, John Judge, Svetla Koeva, Simon Krek, Cvetana Krstev, Krister Linden, Bernardo Magnini, Joseph Mariani, John McNaught, Maite Melero, Monica Monachini, Asuncion Moreno, Jan Odijk, Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Piotr Pezik, Stelios Piperidis, Adam Przepiórkowski, Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, Michael Rosner, Bolette Pedersen, Inguna Skadina, Koenraad De Smedt, Marko Tadić, Paul Thompson, Dan Tufiș, Tamás Váradi, Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Kadri Vider and Jolanta Zabarskaite The Strategic Impact of META-NET on the Regional, National and International Level
10:25-10:45 Erhard Hinrichs and Steven Krauwer The CLARIN Research Infrastructure: Resources and Tools for eHumanities Scholars
10:45-11:05 Stelios Piperidis, Harris Papageorgiou, Christian Spurk, Georg Rehm, Khalid Choukri, Olivier Hamon, Nicoletta Calzolari, Riccardo Del Gratta, Bernardo Magnini and Christian Girardi META-SHARE: One Year After
11:05-11:25 Christopher Cieri, Denise DiPersio, Mark Liberman, Andrea Mazzucchi, Stephanie Strassel and Jonathan Wright New Directions for Language Resource Development and Distribution


  Session O18 - Speech Resources Annotation Chairperson: Satoshi Nakamura
9:45-10:05 Mārcis Pinnis, Ilze Auziņa and Kārlis Goba Designing the Latvian Speech Recognition Corpus
10:05-10:25 Eunah Cho, Sarah Fünfer, Sebastian Stüker and Alex Waibel A Corpus of Spontaneous Speech in Lectures: The KIT Lecture Corpus for Spoken Language Processing and Translation
10:25-10:45 Sian Alsop and Hilary Nesi The Pragmatic Annotation of a Corpus of Academic Lectures
10:45-11:05 Sara Candeias, Dirce Celorico, Jorge Proença, Arlindo Veiga, Carla Lopes and Fernando Perdigão HESITA(te) in Portuguese
11:05-11:25 Ana Aguiar, Mariana Kaiseler, Hugo Meinedo, Pedro Almeida, Mariana Cunha and Jorge Silva VOCE Corpus: Ecologically Collected Speech Annotated with Physiological and Psychological Stress Assessments


  Session O19 - Summarisation Chairperson: Horacio Saggion
9:45-10:05 Evelina Rennes and Arne Jonsson The Impact of Cohesion Errors in Extraction Based Summaries
10:05-10:25 Matthew Shardlow Out in the Open: Finding and Categorising Errors in the Lexical Simplification Pipeline
10:25-10:45 Annemarie Friedrich, Marina Valeeva and Alexis Palmer LQVSumm: A Corpus of Linguistic Quality Violations in Multi-Document Summarization
10:45-11:05 Natalia Loukachevitch and Aleksey Alekseev Summarizing News Clusters on the Basis of Thematic Chains
11:05-11:25 Kai Hong, John Conroy, Benoit Favre, Alex Kulesza, Hui Lin and Ani Nenkova A Repository of State of the Art and Competitive Baseline Summaries for Generic News Summarization


  Session O20 - Grammar, Lexicon and Morphology Chairperson: Lori Levin
9:45-10:05 Victoria Rosén, Petter Haugereid, Martha Thunes, Gyri S. Losnegaard and Helge Dyvik The Interplay Between Lexical and Syntactic Resources in Incremental Parsebanking
10:05-10:25 László Laki and György Orosz An Efficient Language Independent Toolkit for Complete Morphological Disambiguation
10:25-10:45 Shinsuke Mori and Graham Neubig Language Resource Addition: Dictionary or Corpus?
10:45-11:05 Kristín Bjarnadóttir and Jón Daðason Utilizing Constituent Structure for Compound Analysis
11:05-11:25 Kalliopi Zervanou, Elias Iosif and Alexandros Potamianos Word Semantic Similarity for Morphologically Rich Languages


  Session O21 - Collaborative Resources (2) Chairperson: Thierry Declerck
11:45-12:05 Georgios Petasis Annotating Arguments: The NOMAD Collaborative Annotation Tool
12:05-12:25 Judit Ács Pivot-based Multilingual Dictionary Building using Wiktionary
12:25-12:45 Tatiana Gornostay and Andrejs Vasiļjevs Terminology Resources and Terminology Work Benefit from Cloud Services
12:45-13:05 Rachele Sprugnoli and Alessandro Lenci Crowdsourcing for the Identification of Event Nominals: an Experiment


  Session O22 - Conversational (2) Chairperson: Dafydd Gibbon
11:45-12:05 Deryle Lonsdale and Carl Christensen Combining Elicited Imitation and Fluency Features for Oral Proficiency Measurement
12:05-12:25 David Escudero, Aguilar-Cuevas Lourdes, González-Ferreras César, Gutiérrez-González Yurena and Valentín Cardeñoso-Payo On the Use of a Fuzzy Classifier to Speed Up the Sp ToBI Labeling of the Glissando Spanish Corpus
12:25-12:45 David Graff, Kevin Walker, Stephanie Strassel, Xiaoyi Ma, Karen Jones and Ann Sawyer The RATS Collection: Supporting HLT Research with Degraded Audio Data
12:45-13:05 Heather Pon-Barry, Stuart Shieber and Nicholas Longenbaugh Eliciting and Annotating Uncertainty in Spoken Language


  Session O23 - Text Mining Chairperson: Lucia Specia
11:45-12:05 Claudiu Mihăilă and Sophia Ananiadou The Meta-knowledge of Causality in Biomedical Scientific Discourse
12:05-12:25 Guiyao Ke and Pierre-Francois Marteau Co-clustering of Bilingual Datasets as a Mean for Assisting the Construction of Thematic Bilingual Comparable Corpora
12:25-12:45 Piek Vossen, German Rigau, Luciano Serafini, Pim Stouten, Francis Irving and Willem Van Hage NewsReader: Recording History from Daily News Streams
12:45-13:05 Peter Anick, Marc Verhagen and James Pustejovsky Identification of Technology Terms in Patents


  Session O24 - Document Classification Chairperson: Robert Frederking
11:45-12:05 Dasha Bogdanova and Angeliki Lazaridou Cross-Language Authorship Attribution
12:05-12:25 Robert Remus and Dominique Ziegelmayer Learning from Domain Complexity
12:25-12:45 Reinhard Rapp Using Word Familiarities and Word Associations to Measure Corpus Representativeness
12:45-13:05 Marco Del Tredici and Malvina Nissim A Modular System for Rule-based Text Categorisation


  Session O25 - Machine Translation and Evaluation (2) Chairperson: Toru Ishida
14:55-15:15 Eleftherios Avramidis, Aljoscha Burchardt, Sabine Hunsicker, Maja Popović, Cindy Tscherwinka, David Vilar and Hans Uszkoreit The taraXÜ Corpus of Human-Annotated Machine Translations
15:15-15:35 Irina Galinskaya, Valentin Gusev, Elena Mescheryakova and Mariya Shmatova Measuring the Impact of Spelling Errors on the Quality of Machine Translation
15:35-15:55 Varvara Logacheva and Lucia Specia A Quality-based Active Sample Selection Strategy for Statistical Machine Translation
15:55-16:15 Homa B. Hashemi and Rebecca Hwa A Comparison of MT Errors and ESL Errors
16:15-16:35 Elisabet Comelles, Jordi Atserias, Victoria Arranz, Irene Castellon and Jordi Sesé VERTa: Facing a Multilingual Experience of a Linguistically-based MT Evaluation


  Session O26 - Computer Aided Language Learning Chairperson: Justus Roux
14:55-15:15 Catia Cucchiarini, Steve Bodnar, Bart Penning de Vries, Roeland Van Hout and Helmer Strik ASR-based CALL Systems and Learner Speech Data: New Resources and Opportunities for Research and Development in Second Language Learning
15:15-15:35 Eric Sanders, Ineke van de Craats and Vanja de Lint The Dutch LESLLA Corpus
15:35-15:55 Deryle Lonsdale and Benjamin Millard Student Achievement and French Sentence Repetition Test Scores
15:55-16:15 Claudia Baur, Manny Rayner and Nikos Tsourakis Using a Serious Game to Collect a Child Learner Speech Corpus
16:15-16:35 Renlong Ai, Marcela Charfuelan, Walter Kasper, Tina Klüwer, Hans Uszkoreit, Feiyu Xu, Sandra Gasber and Philip Gienandt Sprinter: Language Technologies for Interactive and Multimedia Language Learning


  Session O27 - Information Extraction (1) Chairperson: Sophia Ananiadou
14:55-15:15 Leonardo Sameshima Taba and Helena Caseli Automatic Semantic Relation Extraction from Portuguese Texts
15:15-15:35 Raymond Shen and Hideaki Kikuchi Estimation of Speaking Style in Speech Corpora Focusing on Speech Transcriptionss
15:35-15:55 Prescott Klassen, Fei Xia, Lucy Vanderwende and Meliha Yetisgen Annotating Clinical Events in Text Snippets for Phenotype Detection
15:55-16:15 Jennifer D'Souza and Vincent Ng Annotating Inter-Sentence Temporal Relations in Clinical Notes
16:15-16:35 Mohamed Morchid, Georges Linares and Richard Dufour Characterizing and Predicting Bursty Events: the Buzz Case Study on Twitter


  Session O28 - Lexicon Chairperson: Núria Bel
14:55-15:15 Lucas Hilgert, Lucelene Lopes, Artur Freitas, Renata Vieira, Denise Hogetop and Aline Vanin Building Domain Specific Bilingual Dictionaries
15:15-15:35 Benoît Sagot DeLex, a Freely-available, Large-scale and Linguistically Grounded Morphological Lexicon for German
15:35-15:55 Adam Przepiórkowski, Elżbieta Hajnicz, Agnieszka Patejuk, Marcin Woliński, Filip Skwarski and Marek Świdziński Walenty: Towards a Comprehensive Valence Dictionary of Polish
15:55-16:15 Marion Baranes and Benoît Sagot A Language-independent Approach to Extracting Derivational Relations from an Inflectional Lexicon
16:15-16:35 Ting Liu, Kit Cho, G. Aaron Broadwell, Samira Shaikh, Tomek Strzalkowski, John Lien, Sarah Taylor, Laurie Feldman, Boris Yamrom, Nick Webb, Umit Boz, Ignacio Cases and Ching-Sheng Lin Automatic Expansion of the MRC Psycholinguistic Database Imageability Ratings


  Session O29 - Sentiment Analysis (2) Chairperson: Frédérique Segond
16:55-17:15 Ben Verhoeven and Walter Daelemans CLIPS Stylometry Investigation (CSI) Corpus: a Dutch Corpus for the Detection of Age, Gender, Personality, Sentiment and Deception in Text
17:15-17:35 Motaz Saad, David Langlois and Kamel Smaili Building and Modelling Multilingual Subjective Corpora
17:35-17:55 Subhabrata Mukherjee and Sachindra Joshi Author-Specific Sentiment Aggregation for Polarity Prediction of Reviews
17:55-18:15 Mark Cieliebak, Oliver Dürr and Fatih Uzdilli Meta-Classifiers Easily Improve Commercial Sentiment Detection Tools


  Session O30 - Multimodality Chairperson: Michael Kipp
16:55-17:15 Dominique Estival, Steve Cassidy, Felicity Cox and Denis Burnham AusTalk: an Audio-Visual Corpus of Australian English
17:15-17:35 Roberto Bartolini, Valeria Quochi, Irene De Felice, Irene Russo and Monica Monachini From Synsets to Videos: Enriching ItalWordNet Multimodally
17:35-17:55 Veronica Perez-Rosas, Rada Mihalcea, Alexis Narvaez and Mihai Burzo A Multimodal Dataset for Deception Detection
17:55-18:15 Jonathan Gratch, Ron Artstein, Gale Lucas, Giota stratou, Stefan Scherer, Angela Nazarian, Rachel Wood, Jill Boberg, David DeVault, Stacy Marsella, David Traum, Albert "Skip" Rizzo and Louis-Philippe Morency The Distress Analysis Interview Corpus of Human and Computer Interviews


  Session O31 - Under-resourced Languages Chairperson: Andrejs Vasiļjevs
16:55-17:15 Yan Song and Fei Xia Modern Chinese Helps Archaic Chinese Processing: Finding and Exploiting the Shared Properties
17:15-17:35 Lars Borin, Anju Saxena, Taraka Rama and Bernard Comrie Linguistic Landscaping of South Asia using Digital Language Resources: Genetic vs. Areal Linguistics
17:35-17:55 David Kamholz, Jonathan Pool and Susan Colowick PanLex: Building a Resource for Panlingual Lexical Translation
17:55-18:15 Fei Xia, William Lewis, Michael Wayne Goodman, Joshua Crowgey and Emily M. Bender Enriching ODIN


  Session O32 - Parallel Corpora Chairperson: Patrizia Paggio
16:55-17:15 Thomas Mayer and Michael Cysouw Creating a Massively Parallel Bible Corpus
17:15-17:35 Najeh Hajlaoui, David Kolovratnik, Jaakko Väyrynen, Ralf Steinberger and Daniel Varga DCEP -Digital Corpus of the European Parliament
17:35-17:55 Martin Volk, Johannes Graën and Elena Callegaro Innovations in Parallel Corpus Search Tools
17:55-18:15 Valérie Hanoka and Benoît Sagot An Open-Source Heavily Multilingual Translation Graph Extracted from Wiktionaries and Parallel Corpora


  Session O33 - Linked Data and Semantic Web Chairperson: Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea
18:20-18:40 Hans-Ulrich Krieger and Thierry Declerck TMO ― The Federated Ontology of the TrendMiner Project
18:40-19:00 Chahinez Benkoussas, Hussam Hamdan, Patrice Bellot, Frédéric Béchet and Elodie Faath A Collection of Scholarly Book Reviews from the Platforms of Electronic Sources in Humanities and Social Sciences
19:00-19:20 Manuel Fiorelli, Maria Teresa Pazienza and Armando Stellato A Meta-data Driven Platform for Semi-automatic Configuration of Ontology Mediators


  Session O34 - Dialogue (1) Chairperson: Francesco Cutugno
18:20-18:40 Bayu Rahayudi, Ronald Poppe and Dirk Heylen Twente Debate Corpus ― A Multimodal Corpus for Head Movement Analysis
18:40-19:00 Maike Paetzel, David Nicolas Racca and David DeVault A Multimodal Corpus of Rapid Dialogue Games
19:00-19:20 Maria Koutsombogera, Samer Al Moubayed, Bajibabu Bollepalli, Ahmed Hussen Abdelaziz, Martin Johansson, José David Aguas Lopes, Jekaterina Novikova, Catharine Oertel, Kalin Stefanov and Gül Varol The Tutorbot Corpus ― A Corpus for Studying Tutoring Behaviour in Multiparty Face-to-Face Spoken Dialogue


  Session O35 - Word Sense Annotation and Disambiguation Chairperson: Patrik Lambert
18:20-18:40 Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Inês Coelho and Paulo Gomes Exploiting Portuguese Lexical Knowledge Bases for Answering Open Domain Cloze Questions Automatically
18:40-19:00 Daisuke Kawahara and Martha Palmer Single Classifier Approach for Verb Sense Disambiguation based on Generalized Features
19:00-19:20 Andrea Moro, Roberto Navigli, Francesco Maria Tucci and Rebecca J. Passonneau Annotating the MASC Corpus with BabelNet


  Session O36 - Legal and Ethical Issues Chairperson: Christopher Cieri
18:20-18:40 Pawel Kamocki The Liability of Service Providers in e-Research Infrastructures: Killing the Messenger?
18:40-19:00 Alain Couillault, Karën Fort, Gilles Adda and Hugues Mazancourt (de) Evaluating Corpora Documentation with regards to the Ethics and Big Data Charter
19:00-19:20 Erik Faessler, Johannes Hellrich and Udo Hahn Disclose Models, Hide the Data - How to Make Use of Confidential Corpora without Seeing Sensitive Raw Data


  Day 2, Poster Sessions:

  Session P23 - Collaborative Resource Construction Chair : Christian Chiarcos
9:45-11:25 Włodzimierz Gruszczyński and Maciej Ogrodniczuk Digital Library 2.0: Source of Knowledge and Research Collaboration Platform
9:45-11:25 Livio Robaldo, Guido Boella, Luigi Di Caro and Andrea Violato Exploiting networks in Law
9:45-11:25 Alex Rudnick, Taylor Skidmore, Alberto Samaniego and Michael Gasser Guampa: a Toolkit for Collaborative Translation
9:45-11:25 Billy T.M. Wong, Ian C. Chow, Jonathan J. Webster and Hengbin Yan The Halliday Centre Tagger: An Online Platform for Semi-automatic Text Annotation and Analysis
9:45-11:25 Mauro Dragoni, Alessio Bosca, Matteo Casu and Andi Rexha Modeling, Managing, Exposing, and Linking Ontologies with a Wiki-based Tool
9:45-11:25 Mathieu Lafourcade and Karën Fort Propa-L: a Semantic Filtering Service from a Lexical Network Created using Games With A Purpose
9:45-11:25 Frederik Baumgardt, Giuseppe Celano, Gregory R. Crane, Stella Dee, Maryam Foradi, Emily Franzini, Greta Franzini, Monica Lent, Maria Moritz and Simona Stoyanova Open Philology at the University of Leipzig
9:45-11:25 Joshua Elliot, Logan Kearsley, Jason Housley and Alan Melby LexTerm Manager: Design for an Integrated Lexicography and Terminology System
9:45-11:25 Jonathan Wright RESTful Annotation and Efficient Collaboration


  Session P24 - Corpora and Annotation Chair : Maria Gavrilidou
9:45-11:25 Zhiyi Song, Stephanie Strassel, Haejoong Lee, Kevin Walker, Jonathan Wright, Jennifer Garland, Dana Fore, Brian Gainor, Preston Cabe, Thomas Thomas, Brendan Callahan and Ann Sawyer Collecting Natural SMS and Chat Conversations in Multiple Languages: The BOLT Phase 2 Corpus
9:45-11:25 Daniel Hladek, Jan Stas and Jozef Juhar The Slovak Categorized News Corpus
9:45-11:25 Matus Pleva and Jozef Juhar TUKE-BNews-SK: Slovak Broadcast News Corpus Construction and Evaluation
9:45-11:25 Irina Temnikova, William A. Baumgartner Jr., Negacy D. Hailu, Ivelina Nikolova, Tony McEnery, Adam Kilgarriff, Galia Angelova and K. Bretonnel Cohen Sublanguage Corpus Analysis Toolkit: a Tool for Assessing the Representativeness and Sublanguage Characteristics of Corpora
9:45-11:25 Csaba Oravecz, Tamás Váradi and Bálint Sass The Hungarian Gigaword Corpus
9:45-11:25 Željko Agić and Nikola Ljubešić The SETimes.HR Linguistically Annotated Corpus of Croatian
9:45-11:25 Nikola Ljubešić and Antonio Toral caWaC - a Web Corpus of Catalan and its Application to Language Modeling and Machine Translation
9:45-11:25 Jerid Francom, Mans Hulden and Adam Ussishkin ACTIV-ES: a Comparable, Cross-Dialect Corpus of "everyday" Spanish from Argentina, Mexico, and Spain
9:45-11:25 Vidas Daudaravicius Language Editing Dataset of Academic Texts
9:45-11:25 Suguru Matsuyoshi, Ryo Otsuki and Fumiyo Fukumoto Annotating the Focus of Negation in Japanese Text
9:45-11:25 Siddharth Jain, Archna Bhatia, Angelique Rein and Eduard Hovy A Corpus of Participant Roles in Contentious Discussions


  Session P25 - Machine Translation Chair : Holger Schwenk
9:45-11:25 Michael Carl, Mercedes Martínez García and Bartolomé Mesa-Lao CFT13: a Resource for Research into the Post-editing Process
9:45-11:25 Nianwen Xue, Ondrej Bojar, Jan Hajic, Martha Palmer, Zdenka Uresova and Xiuhong Zhang Not an Interlingua, But Close: Comparison of English AMRs to Chinese and Czech
9:45-11:25 Miriam Kaeshammer and Anika Westburg On Complex Word Alignment Configurations
9:45-11:25 Anoop Kunchukuttan, Abhijit Mishra, Rajen Chatterjee, Ritesh Shah and Pushpak Bhattacharyya Shata-Anuvadak: Tackling Multiway Translation of Indian Languages
9:45-11:25 Marco Turchi and Matteo Negri Automatic Annotation of Machine Translation Datasets with Binary Quality Judgements
9:45-11:25 Violeta Seretan, Pierrette Bouillon and Johanna Gerlach A Large-Scale Evaluation of Pre-editing Strategies for Improving User-Generated Content Translation
9:45-11:25 Nicolas Pécheux, Alexander Allauzen and François Yvon Rule-based Reordering Space in Statistical Machine Translation
9:45-11:25 Kunal Sachdeva, Rishabh Srivastava, Sambhav Jain and Dipti Sharma Hindi to English Machine Translation: Using Effective Selection in Multi-Model SMT


  Session P26 - Parallel Corpora Chair : Dan Tufiș
9:45-11:25 Jayendra Rakesh Yeka, Prasanth Kolachina and Dipti Misra Sharma Benchmarking of English-Hindi Parallel Corpora
9:45-11:25 Petic Mircea and Daniela Gîfu Transliteration and Alignment of Parallel Texts from Cyrillic to Latin
9:45-11:25 Manuela Sanguinetti, Cristina Bosco and Loredana Cupi Exploiting Catenae in a Parallel Treebank Alignment
9:45-11:25 Yves Scherrer, Luka Nerima, Lorenza Russo, Maria Ivanova and Eric Wehrli SwissAdmin: a Multilingual Tagged Parallel Corpus of Press Releases
9:45-11:25 Liang Tian, Derek F. Wong, Lidia S. Chao, Paulo Quaresma, Francisco Oliveira and Lu Yi UM-Corpus: A Large English-Chinese Parallel Corpus for Statistical Machine Translation
9:45-11:25 Raphael Rubino, Antonio Toral, Nikola Ljubešić and Gema Ramírez-Sánchez Quality Estimation for Synthetic Parallel Data Generation
9:45-11:25 Raivis Skadiņš, Jörg Tiedemann, Roberts Rozis and Daiga Deksne Billions of Parallel Words for Free: Building and Using the EU Bookshop Corpus
9:45-11:25 Ahmed Abdelali, Francisco Guzman, Hassan Sajjad and Stephan Vogel The AMARA Corpus: Building Parallel Language Resources for the Educational Domain
9:45-11:25 Ann Bies, Justin Mott, Seth Kulick, Jennifer Garland and Colin Warner Incorporating Alternate Translations into English Translation Treebank
9:45-11:25 Shikun Zhang, Wang Ling and Chris Dyer Dual Subtitles as Parallel Corpora
9:45-11:25 Pavel Vondřička Aligning Parallel Texts with InterText


  Session P27 - Sign Language Chair : Thomas Hanke
9:45-11:25 Rosalee Wolfe, John McDonald, Larwan Berke and Marie Stumbo Expanding N-gram Analytics in ELAN and a Case Study for Sign Synthesis
9:45-11:25 Matti Karppa, Ville Viitaniemi, Marcos Luzardo, Jorma Laaksonen and Tommi Jantunen SLMotion - an Extensible Sign Language Oriented Video Analysis Tool
9:45-11:25 Ville Viitaniemi, Tommi Jantunen, Leena Savolainen, Matti Karppa and Jorma Laaksonen S-pot - a Benchmark in Spotting Signs Within Continuous Signing
9:45-11:25 Mayumi Bono, Kouhei Kikuchi, Paul Cibulka and Yutaka Osugi A Colloquial Corpus of Japanese Sign Language: Linguistic Resources for Observing Sign Language Conversations
9:45-11:25 Leah Geer and Jonathan Keane Exploring Factors that Contribute to Successful Fingerspelling Comprehension
9:45-11:25 Jens Forster, Christoph Schmidt, Oscar Koller, Martin Bellgardt and Hermann Ney Extensions of the Sign Language Recognition and Translation Corpus RWTH-PHOENIX-Weather
9:45-11:25 Julie Hochgesang The Use of a FileMaker Pro Database in Evaluating Sign Language Notation Systems
9:45-11:25 Mark Dilsizian, Polina Yanovich, Shu Wang, Carol Neidle and Dimitris Metaxas A New Framework for Sign Language Recognition Based on 3D Handshape Identification and Linguistic Modeling


  Session P28 - Information Extraction Chair : Diana Maynard
11:45-13:25 Xavier Tannier Extracting News Web Page Creation Time with DCTFinder
11:45-13:25 Hans-Ulrich Krieger, Christian Spurk, Hans Uszkoreit, Feiyu Xu, Yi Zhang, Frank Müller and Thomas Tolxdorff Information Extraction from German Patient Records via Hybrid Parsing and Relation Extraction Strategies
11:45-13:25 Júlia Pajzs, Ralf Steinberger, Maud Ehrmann, Mohamed Ebrahim, Leonida Della Rocca, Stefano Bucci, Eszter Simon and Tamás Váradi Media Monitoring and Information Extraction for the Highly Inflected Agglutinative Language Hungarian
11:45-13:25 Antje Schlaf, Claudia Bobach and Matthias Irmer Creating a Gold Standard Corpus for the Extraction of Chemistry-Disease Relations from Patent Texts
11:45-13:25 Felice Dell'Orletta, Giulia Venturi, Andrea Cimino and Simonetta Montemagni T2K^2: a System for Automatically Extracting and Organizing Knowledge from Texts
11:45-13:25 Johannes Kirschnick, Alan Akbik and Holmer Hemsen Freepal: A Large Collection of Deep Lexico-Syntactic Patterns for Relation Extraction
11:45-13:25 Marc Poch, Núria Bel, Sergio Espeja and Felipe Navio Ranking Job Offers for Candidates: Learning Hidden Knowledge from Big Data
11:45-13:25 Paul Buitelaar, Georgeta Bordea and Barry Coughlan Hot Topics and Schisms in NLP: Community and Trend Analysis with Saffron on ACL and LREC Proceedings
11:45-13:25 Andre Blessing and Jonas Kuhn Textual Emigration Analysis (TEA)


  Session P29 - Lexicons Chair : Nianwen Xue
11:45-13:25 Tristan Miller and Iryna Gurevych WordNet―Wikipedia―Wiktionary: Construction of a Three-way Alignment
11:45-13:25 Lei Zhang, Michael Färber and Achim Rettinger xLiD-Lexica: Cross-lingual Linked Data Lexica
11:45-13:25 Begum Erten, Cem Bozsahin and Deniz Zeyrek Turkish Resources for Visual Word Recognition
11:45-13:25 Martin Jansche Computer-Aided Quality Assurance of an Icelandic Pronunciation Dictionary
11:45-13:25 Lars Borin, Jens Allwood and Gerard de Melo Bring vs. MTRoget: Evaluating Automatic Thesaurus Translation
11:45-13:25 Wushouer Mairidan, Toru Ishida, Donghui Lin and Katsutoshi Hirayama Bilingual Dictionary Induction as an Optimization Problem
11:45-13:25 Tommaso Caselli, Laure Vieu, Carlo Strapparava and Guido Vetere Enriching the "Senso Comune" Platform with Automatically Acquired Data
11:45-13:25 Sameh Alansary MUHIT: A Multilingual Harmonized Dictionary
11:45-13:25 Aurelie Neveol, Julien Grosjean, Stéfan Darmoni and Pierre Zweigenbaum Language Resources for French in the Biomedical Domain
11:45-13:25 Pyry Takala, Pekka Malo, Ankur Sinha and Oskar Ahlgren Gold-standard for Topic-specific Sentiment Analysis of Economic Texts


  Session P30 - Large Projects and Infrastructural Issues Chair : Yohei Murakami
11:45-13:25 Peter Spyns and Remco van Veenendaal A Decade of HLT Agency Activities in the Low Countries: from Resource Maintenance (BLARK) to Service Offerings (BLAISE)
11:45-13:25 Koenraad De Smedt, Erhard Hinrichs, Detmar Meurers, Inguna Skadina, Bolette Pedersen, Costanza Navarretta, Núria Bel, Krister Linden, Marketa Lopatkova, Jan Hajic, Gisle Andersen and Przemyslaw Lenkiewicz CLARA: A New Generation of Researchers in Common Language Resources and Their Applications
11:45-13:25 Lina Henriksen, Dorte Haltrup Hansen, Bente Maegaard, Bolette Sandford Pedersen and Claus Povlsen Encompassing a Spectrum of LT Users in the CLARIN-DK Infrastructure
11:45-13:25 Maarten Truyens and Patrick Van Eecke Legal Aspects of Text Mining
11:45-13:25 Jan Odijk CLARIN-NL: Major Results
11:45-13:25 Auður Hauksdóttir An Innovative World Language Centre : Challenges for the Use of Language Technology
11:45-13:25 Joseph Mariani, Christopher Cieri, Gil Francopoulo, Patrick Paroubek and Marine Delaborde Facing the Identification Problem in Language-Related Scientific Data Analysis.
11:45-13:25 Frank Landsbergen, Carole Tiberius and Roderik Dernison Taalportaal: an Online Grammar of Dutch and Frisian


  Session P31 - Opinion Mining and Reviews Analysis Chair : Manfred Stede
11:45-13:25 Roman Klinger and Philipp Cimiano The USAGE Review Corpus for Fine Grained Multi Lingual Opinion Analysis
11:45-13:25 Christian Haenig, Andreas Niekler and Carsten Wuensch PACE Corpus: a Multilingual Corpus of Polarity-Annotated Textual Data from the Domains Automotive and CEllphone
11:45-13:25 Patrik Lambert and Carlos Rodriguez-Penagos Adapting Freely Available Resources to Build an Opinion Mining Pipeline in Portuguese
11:45-13:25 Roser Saurí, Judith Domingo and Toni Badia The NewSoMe Corpus: a Unifying Opinion Annotation Framework Across Genres and in Multiple Languages
11:45-13:25 André Bittar, dini luca, Sigrid Maurel and Mathieu Ruhlmann The Dangerous Myth of the Star System
11:45-13:25 Wiltrud Kessler and Jonas Kuhn A Corpus of Comparisons in Product Reviews


  Session P32 - Social Media Processing Chair : Fei Xia
11:45-13:25 Clare Voss, Stephen Tratz, Jamal Laoudi and Douglas Briesch Finding Romanized Arabic Dialect in Code-Mixed Tweets
11:45-13:25 Fabrizio Gotti, Phillippe Langlais and Atefeh Farzindar Hashtag Occurrences, Layout and Translation: A Corpus-driven Analysis of Tweets Published by the Canadian Government
11:45-13:25 Guoyu Tang, Yunqing Xia, Weizhi Wang, Raymond Lau and Fang Zheng Clustering Tweets using Wikipedia Concepts
11:45-13:25 Eshrag Refaee and Verena Rieser An Arabic Twitter Corpus for Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis
11:45-13:25 Iñaki Alegria, Nora Aranberri, Pere Comas, Victor Fresno, Pablo Gamallo, Lluís Padró, Iñaki San Vicente, Jordi Turmo and Arkaitz Zubiaga TweetNorm_es: an Annotated Corpus for Spanish Microtext Normalization
11:45-13:25 Nikola Ljubešić, Darja Fišer and Tomaž Erjavec TweetCaT: a Tool for Building Twitter Corpora of Smaller Languages
11:45-13:25 Tatjana Scheffler A German Twitter Snapshot


  Session P33 - Treebanks Chair : Montserrat Marimón
11:45-13:25 Elżbieta Hajnicz The Procedure of Lexico-Semantic Annotation of Składnica Treebank
11:45-13:25 Marie Candito, Guy Perrier, Bruno Guillaume, Corentin Ribeyre, Karën Fort, Djamé Seddah and Eric de la Clergerie Deep Syntax Annotation of the Sequoia French Treebank
11:45-13:25 Alina Wróblewska and Adam Przepiórkowski Projection-based Annotation of a Polish Dependency Treebank
11:45-13:25 Željko Agić, Daša Berović, Danijela Merkler and Marko Tadić Croatian Dependency Treebank 2.0: New Annotation Guidelines for Improved Parsing
11:45-13:25 Rachel Bawden, Marie-Amélie Botalla, kim gerdes and Sylvain Kahane Correcting and Validating Syntactic Dependency in the Spoken French Treebank Rhapsodie
11:45-13:25 Kilian A. Foth, Arne Köhn, Niels Beuck and Wolfgang Menzel Because Size Does Matter: The Hamburg Dependency Treebank
11:45-13:25 Rudolf Rosa, Jan Mašek, David Mareček, Martin Popel, Daniel Zeman and Zdeněk Žabokrtský HamleDT 2.0: Thirty Dependency Treebanks Stanfordized
11:45-13:25 Munshi Asadullah, Patrick Paroubek and Anne Vilnat Bidirectionnal Converter Between Syntactic Annotations: from French Treebank Dependencies to PASSAGE Annotations, and back
11:45-13:25 Mohamed Maamouri, Ann Bies, Seth Kulick, Michael Ciul, Nizar Habash and Ramy Eskander Developing an Egyptian Arabic Treebank: Impact of Dialectal Morphology on Annotation and Tool Development


  Session P34 - Corpora and Annotation Chair : Zygmunt Vetulani
14:55-16:35 Inès Zribi, Rahma Boujelbane, Abir Masmoudi, Mariem Ellouze, Lamia Belguith and Nizar Habash A Conventional Orthography for Tunisian Arabic
14:55-16:35 Wajdi Zaghouani, Behrang Mohit, Nizar Habash, Ossama Obeid, Nadi Tomeh, Alla Rozovskaya, Noura Farra, Sarah Alkuhlani and Kemal Oflazer Large Scale Arabic Error Annotation: Guidelines and Framework
14:55-16:35 Shinsuke Mori, Hirokuni Maeta, Yoko Yamakata and Tetsuro Sasada Flow Graph Corpus from Recipe Texts
14:55-16:35 Marc Kupietz and Harald Lüngen Recent Developments in DeReKo
14:55-16:35 Shu-Kai Hsieh Why Chinese Web-as-Corpus is Wacky? Or: How Big Data is Killing Chinese Corpus Linguistics
14:55-16:35 Jannik Strötgen, Thomas Bögel, Julian Zell, Ayser Armiti, Tran Van Canh and Michael Gertz Extending HeidelTime for Temporal Expressions Referring to Historic Dates
14:55-16:35 Thomas Eckart, Erla Hallsteinsdóttir, Sigrún Helgadóttir, Uwe Quasthoff and Dirk Goldhahn A 500 Million Word POS-Tagged Icelandic Corpus
14:55-16:35 Shan Wang and Francis Bond Building The Sense-Tagged Multilingual Parallel Corpus
14:55-16:35 Anik Dey and Pascale Fung A Hindi-English Code-Switching Corpus
14:55-16:35 Andrea Abel, Aivars Glaznieks, Lionel Nicolas and Egon Stemle KoKo: an L1 Learner Corpus for German
14:55-16:35 Vasile Rus, Rajendra Banjade and Mihai Lintean On Paraphrase Identification Corpora
14:55-16:35 Anne Garcia-Fernandez, Anne-Laure Ligozat and Anne Vilnat Construction and Annotation of a French Folkstale Corpus
14:55-16:35 shyam sundar agrawal,Mandal Abhimanue, Shweta Bansal and Minakshi Mahajan Statistical Analysis of Multilingual Text Corpus and Development of Language Models
14:55-16:35 Vanessa Loza, Shibamouli Lahiri, Rada Mihalcea and Po-Hsiang Lai Building a Dataset for Summarization and Keyword Extraction from Emails


  Session P35 - Grammar and Syntax Chair : Tamás Váradi
14:55-16:35 Emily M. Bender Language CoLLAGE: Grammatical Description with the LinGO Grammar Matrix
14:55-16:35 Anna Vernerová, Václava Kettnerová and Marketa Lopatkova To Pay or to Get Paid: Enriching a Valency Lexicon with Diatheses
14:55-16:35 Georgios Petasis The Ellogon Pattern Engine: Context-free Grammars over Annotations
14:55-16:35 Dana Dannells and Normunds Gruzitis Extracting a bilingual semantic grammar from FrameNet-annotated corpora
14:55-16:35 Kyoko Ohara Relating Frames and Constructions in Japanese FrameNet
14:55-16:35 Lars Hellan, Dorothee Beermann, Tore Bruland, Mary Esther Kropp Dakubu and Montserrat Marimon MultiVal - Towards a Multilingual Valence Lexicon
14:55-16:35 Emanuele Di Buccio, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Gianmaria Silvello A Vector Space Model for Syntactic Distances Between Dialects
14:55-16:35 Jana Sindlerova, Zdenka Uresova and Eva Fucikova Resources in Conflict: A Bilingual Valency Lexicon vs. a Bilingual Treebank vs. a Linguistic Theory


  Session P36 - Metaphors Chair : Walter Daelemans
14:55-16:35 Samira Shaikh, Tomek Strzalkowski, Ting Liu, George Aaron Broadwell, Boris Yamrom, Sarah Taylor, Laurie Feldman, Kit Cho, Umit Boz, Ignacio Cases, Yuliya Peshkova and Ching-Sheng Lin A Multi-Cultural Repository of Automatically Discovered Linguistic and Conceptual Metaphors
14:55-16:35 Brian MacWhinney and Davida Fromm Two Approaches to Metaphor Detection
14:55-16:35 Andrew Gargett and John Barnden Mining Online Discussion Forums for Metaphors


  Session P37 - Named Entity Recognition Chair : German Rigau
14:55-16:35 Kareem Darwish and Wei Gao Simple Effective Microblog Named Entity Recognition: Arabic as an Example
14:55-16:35 Cyril Grouin Biomedical Entity Extraction using Machine-Learning Based Approaches
14:55-16:35 Darina Benikova, Chris Biemann and Marc Reznicek NoSta-D Named Entity Annotation for German: Guidelines and Dataset
14:55-16:35 Haibo Li, Masato Hagiwara, Qi Li and Heng Ji Comparison of the Impact of Word Segmentation on Name Tagging for Chinese and Japanese
14:55-16:35 Dimitrios Kokkinakis, Jyrki Niemi, Sam Hardwick, Krister Lindén and Lars Borin HFST-SweNER ― A New NER Resource for Swedish
14:55-16:35 Hege Fromreide, Dirk Hovy and Anders Søgaard Crowdsourcing and Annotating NER for Twitter #drift
14:55-16:35 Guillaume Jacquet, Maud Ehrmann and Ralf Steinberger Clustering of Multi-Word Named Entity Variants: Multilingual Evaluation
14:55-16:35 Daniela Amaral, Evandro Fonseca, Lucelene Lopes and Renata Vieira Comparative Analysis of Portuguese Named Entities Recognition Tools
14:55-16:35 Cédric Lopez, Frédérique Segond, Olivier Hondermarck, Paolo Curtoni and Luca Dini Generating a Resource for Products and Brandnames Recognition. Application to the Cosmetic Domain.
14:55-16:35 Younggyun Hahm, Jungyeul Park, Kyungtae Lim, Youngsik Kim, Dosam Hwang and Key-Sun Choi Named Entity Corpus Construction using Wikipedia and DBpedia Ontology
14:55-16:35 Andrea Glaser and Jonas Kuhn Exploring the Utility of Coreference Chains for Improved Identification of Personal Names
14:55-16:35 Joachim Bingel and Thomas Haider Named Entity Tagging a Very Large Unbalanced Corpus: Training and Evaluating NE Classifiers


  Session P38 - Question Answering Chair : António Branco
14:55-16:35 Peter Exner and Pierre Nugues REFRACTIVE: An Open Source Tool to Extract Knowledge from Syntactic and Semantic Relations
14:55-16:35 Akira Fujita, Akihiro Kameda, Ai Kawazoe and Yusuke Miyao Overview of Todai Robot Project and Evaluation Framework of its NLP-based Problem Solving
14:55-16:35 Kirk Roberts, Kate Masterton, Marcelo Fiszman, Halil Kilicoglu and Dina Demner-Fushman Annotating Question Decomposition on Complex Medical Questions
14:55-16:35 Sérgio Curto, Ana C. Mendes, Pedro Curto, Luísa Coheur and Angela Costa JUST.ASK, a QA System that Learns to Answer New Questions from Previous Interactions
14:55-16:35 Kugatsu Sadamitsu, Ryuichiro Higashinaka and Yoshihiro Matsuo Extraction of Daily Changing Words for Question Answering
14:55-16:35 Artem Ostankov, Florian Röhrbein and Ulli Waltinger LinkedHealthAnswers: Towards Linked Data-driven Question Answering for the Health Care Domain
14:55-16:35 Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Norman Heino, René Speck and Prodromos Malakasiotis A Tool Suite for Creating Question Answering Benchmarks


  Session P39 - Speech Resources Chair : Henk van den Heuvel
14:55-16:35 Luca Cristoforetti, Mirco Ravanelli, Maurizio Omologo, Alessandro Sosi, Alberto Abad, Martin Hagmueller and Petros Maragos The DIRHA simulated corpus
14:55-16:35 Roberto Gretter Euronews: a Multilingual Speech Corpus for ASR
14:55-16:35 Sakriani Sakti, Keigo Kubo, Sho Matsumiya, Graham Neubig, Tomoki Toda, Satoshi Nakamura, Fumihiro Adachi and Ryosuke Isotani Towards Multilingual Conversations in the Medical Domain: Development of Multilingual Medical Data and A Network-based ASR System
14:55-16:35 Andrej Zgank, Ana Zwitter Vitez and Darinka Verdonik The Slovene BNSI Broadcast News Database and Reference Speech Corpus GOS: Towards the Uniform Guidelines for Future Work
14:55-16:35 Jan Gorisch, Corine Astésano, Ellen Gurman Bard, Brigitte Bigi and Laurent Prévot Aix Map Task Corpus: the French Multimodal Corpus of Task-oriented Dialogue
14:55-16:35 Carmen Garcia-Mateo, Antonio Cardenal, Xose Luis Regueira, Elisa Fernández Rei, Marta Martinez, Roberto Seara, Rocío Varela and Noemí Basanta CORILGA: a Galician Multilevel Annotated Speech Corpus for Linguistic Analysis
14:55-16:35 Igor Odriozola, Inma Hernaez, María Inés Torres, Luis Javier Rodriguez-Fuentes, Mikel Penagarikano and Eva Navas Basque Speecon-like and Basque SpeechDAT MDB-600: Speech Databases for the Development of ASR Technology for Basque
14:55-16:35 David Tavarez, Eva Navas, Daniel Erro, Ibon Saratxaga and Inma Hernaez New Bilingual Speech Databases for Audio Diarization
14:55-16:35 Tobias Bocklet, Andreas Maier, Korbinian Riedhammer, Ulrich Eysholdt and Elmar Nöth Erlangen-CLP: A Large Annotated Corpus of Speech from Children with Cleft Lip and Palate
14:55-16:35 Evgeny Stepanov, Giuseppe Riccardi and Ali Orkan Bayer The Development of the Multilingual LUNA Corpus for Spoken Language System Porting


  Session P40 - Lexicons Chair : Yoshihiko Hayashi
16:55-18:15 Bruno Guillaume, Karën Fort, Guy Perrier and Paul Bédaride Mapping the Lexique des Verbes du français (Lexicon of French Verbs) to a NLP Lexicon using Examples
16:55-18:15 Satoshi Sato Text Readability and Word Distribution in Japanese
16:55-18:15 Uwe Quasthoff, Dirk Goldhahn, Thomas Eckart, Erla Hallsteinsdóttir and Sabine Fiedler High Quality Word Lists as a Resource for Multiple Purposes
16:55-18:15 Þórdís Úlfarsdóttir ISLEX ― a Multilingual Web Dictionary
16:55-18:15 Eduard Bejček, Kettnerová Václava and Marketa Lopatkova Automatic Mapping Lexical Resources: A Lexical Unit as the Keystone
16:55-18:15 Cédric Lopez, Reda Bestandji, Mathieu Roche and Rachel Panckhurst Towards Electronic SMS Dictionary Construction: An Alignment-based Approach
16:55-18:15 Ahmet Aker, Monica Paramita, Marcis Pinnis and Robert Gaizauskas Bilingual dictionaries for all EU languages
16:55-18:15 Tafseer Ahmed Khan Automatic Acquisition of Urdu Nouns (along with Gender and Irregular Plurals))
16:55-18:15 Valeria de Paiva, Livy Real, Alexandre Rademaker and Gerard de Melo NomLex-PT: A Lexicon of Portuguese Nominalizations


  Session P41 - Parsing Chair : Simonetta Montemagni
16:55-18:15 Hen-Hsen Huang, Huan-Yuan Chen, Chang-Sheng Yu, Hsin-Hsi Chen, Po-Ching Lee and Chun-Hsun Chen Sentence Rephrasing for Parsing Sentences with OOV Words
16:55-18:15 Cheikh M. Bamba Dione Pruning the Search Space of the Wolof LFG Grammar Using a Probabilistic and a Constraint Grammar Parser
16:55-18:15 Elena Mitocariu, Daniel Anechitei and Dan Cristea How Could Veins Speed Up the Process of Discourse Parsing
16:55-18:15 Achim Stein Parsing Heterogeneous Corpora with a Rich Dependency Grammar
16:55-18:15 Angelina Ivanova and Gertjan van Noord Treelet Probabilities for HPSG Parsing and Error Correction
16:55-18:15 Arda Celebi and Arzucan Özgür Self-training a Constituency Parser using n-gram Trees
16:55-18:15 Natalia Silveira, Timothy Dozat, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Samuel Bowman, Miriam Connor, John Bauer and Chris Manning A Gold Standard Dependency Corpus for English
16:55-18:15 Wolfgang Maier, Miriam Kaeshammer, Peter Baumann and Sandra Kübler Discosuite - A Parser Test Suite for German Discontinuous Structures


  Session P42 - Part-of-Speech Tagging Chair : Krister Linden
16:55-18:15 Timur Gilmanov, Olga Scrivner and Sandra Kübler SWIFT Aligner, A Multifunctional Tool for Parallel Corpora: Visualization, Word Alignment, and (Morpho)-Syntactic Cross-Language Transfer
16:55-18:15 Saba Urooj, Sarmad Hussain, Asad Mustafa, Rahila Parveen, Farah Adeeba, Tafseer Ahmed Khan, Miriam Butt and Annette Hautli The CLE Urdu POS Tagset
16:55-18:15 Kareem Darwish, Ahmed Abdelali and Hamdy Mubarak Using Stem-Templates to Improve Arabic POS and Gender/Number Tagging
16:55-18:15 Gaël de Chalendar The LIMA Multilingual Analyzer Made Free: FLOSS Resources Adaptation and Correction
16:55-18:15 Bushra Jawaid, Amir Kamran and Ondrej Bojar A Tagged Corpus and a Tagger for Urdu
16:55-18:15 Sigrún Helgadóttir, Hrafn Loftsson and Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson Correcting Errors in a New Gold Standard for Tagging Icelandic Text
16:55-18:15 Łukasz Kobyliński PoliTa: a Multitagger for Polish


  Session P43 - Semantics Chair : Marc Verhagen
16:55-18:15 Francesca Frontini, Valeria Quochi, Sebastian Padó, Monica Monachini and Jason Utt Polysemy Index for Nouns: an Experiment on Italian using the PAROLE SIMPLE CLIPS Lexical Database
16:55-18:15 Muntsa Padró, Marco Idiart, Aline Villavicencio and Carlos Ramisch Comparing Similarity Measures for Distributional Thesauri
16:55-18:15 Elisa Omodei, Jean-Philippe Cointet and Thierry Poibeau Reconstructing the Semantic Landscape of Natural Language Processing
16:55-18:15 Olivier Ferret Compounds and Distributional Thesauri
16:55-18:15 Kyle Richardson and Jonas Kuhn UnixMan Corpus: A Resource for Language Learning in the Unix Domain
16:55-18:15 Tatiana Erekhinskaya, Meghana Satpute and Dan Moldovan Multilingual eXtended WordNet Knowledge Base: Semantic Parsing and Translation of Glosses
16:55-18:15 Manel Zarrouk and Mathieu Lafourcade Relation Inference in Lexical Networks ... with Refinements
16:55-18:15 Raquel Amaro Extracting Semantic Relations from Portuguese Corpora using Lexical-Syntactic Patterns
16:55-18:15 David Jurgens An Analysis of Ambiguity in Word Sense Annotations
16:55-18:15 Claire Bonial, Julia Bonn, Kathryn Conger, Jena D. Hwang and Martha Palmer PropBank: Semantics of New Predicate Types
16:55-18:15 Michael Mohler, Marc Tomlinson, David Bracewell and Bryan Rink Semi-Supervised Methods for Expanding Psycholinguistics Norms by Integrating Distributional Similarity with the Structure of WordNet
16:55-18:15 Gemma Bel Enguix, Reinhard Rapp and Michael Zock A Graph-Based Approach for Computing Free Word Associations
16:55-18:15 Martin Gleize and Brigitte Grau A Hierarchical Taxonomy for Classifying Hardness of Inference Tasks


  Session P44 - Speech Recognition and Synthesis Chair : Denise DiPersio
16:55-18:15 Joris Pelemans, Kris Demuynck, Hugo Van hamme and Patrick Wambacq Speech Recognition Web Services for Dutch
16:55-18:15 Maria Goryainova, Cyril Grouin, Sophie Rosset and Ioana Vasilescu Morpho-Syntactic Study of Errors from Speech Recognition System
16:55-18:15 Daniel Luzzati, Cyril Grouin, Ioana Vasilescu, Martine Adda-Decker, Eric Bilinski, Nathalie Camelin, Juliette Kahn, Carole Lailler, Lori Lamel and Sophie Rosset Human Annotation of ASR Error Regions: is ""gravity"" a Sharable Concept for Human Annotators?
16:55-18:15 Mohamed Elmahdy, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Eiman Mustafawi Development of a TV Broadcasts Speech Recognition System for Qatari Arabic
16:55-18:15 Mohamed Elmahdy, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Eiman Mustafawi Automatic Long Audio Alignment and Confidence Scoring for Conversational Arabic Speech
16:55-18:15 Giampiero Salvi and Niklas Vanhainen The WaveSurfer Automatic Speech Recognition Plugin
16:55-18:15 Matti Varjokallio and mikko kurimo A Toolkit for Efficient Learning of Lexical Units for Speech Recognition
16:55-18:15 Aimilios Chalamandaris, Pirros Tsiakoulis, Sotiris Karabetsos and Spyros Raptis Using Audio Books for Training a Text-to-Speech System


  Session P45 - Anaphora and Coreference Chair : Costanza Navarretta
18:20-19:20 Panot Chaimongkol, Akiko Aizawa and Yuka Tateisi Corpus for Coreference Resolution on Scientific Papers
18:20-19:20 Liane Guillou, Christian Hardmeier, Aaron Smith, Jörg Tiedemann and Bonnie Webber ParCor 1.0: A Parallel Pronoun-Coreference Corpus to Support Statistical MT
18:20-19:20 Nobal Niraula, Vasile Rus, Rajendra Banjade, Dan Stefanescu, William Baggett and Brent Morgan The DARE Corpus: A Resource for Anaphora Resolution in Dialogue Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems
18:20-19:20 Christian Girardi, Manuela Speranza, Rachele Sprugnoli and Sara Tonelli CROMER: a Tool for Cross-Document Event and Entity Coreference
18:20-19:20 Arturs Znotins and Peteris Paikens Coreference Resolution for Latvian
18:20-19:20 Nadjet Bouayad-Agha, Alicia Burga, Gerard Casamayor, Joan Codina, Rogelio Nazar and Leo Wanner An Exercise in Reuse of Resources: Adapting General Discourse Coreference Resolution for Detecting Lexical Chains in Patent Documentation
18:20-19:20 Anders Björkelund, Kerstin Eckart, Arndt Riester, Nadja Schauffler and Katrin Schweitzer The Extended DIRNDL Corpus as a Resource for Coreference and Bridging Resolution
18:20-19:20 Marcos Garcia and Pablo Gamallo Multilingual Corpora with Coreferential Annotation of Person Entities
18:20-19:20 Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Mateusz Kopeć and Agata Savary Polish Coreference Corpus in Numbers


  Session P46 - Information Extraction and Information Retrieval Chair : Dimitrios Kokkinakis
18:20-19:20 Véronique Moriceau and Xavier Tannier French Resources for Extraction and Normalization of Temporal Expressions with HeidelTime
18:20-19:20 Zdenka Uresova, Jan Hajic, Pavel Pecina and Ondrej Dusek Multilingual Test Sets for Machine Translation of Search Queries for Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval in the Medical Domain
18:20-19:20 Huijing Deng and Grzegorz Chrupała Semantic Approaches to Software Component Retrieval with English Queries
18:20-19:20 Hong Li, Sebastian Krause, Feiyu Xu, Hans Uszkoreit, Robert Hummel and Veselina Mironova Annotating Relation Mentions in Tabloid Press
18:20-19:20 Shaoda He, Xiaojun Zou, Liumingjing Xiao and Junfeng Hu Construction of Diachronic Ontologies from People's Daily of Fifty Years
18:20-19:20 Maria Evangelia Chatzimina, Cyril Grouin and Pierre Zweigenbaum Use of Unsupervised Word Classes for Entity Recognition: Application to the Detection of Disorders in Clinical Reports
18:20-19:20 Alan Akbik and Thilo Michael The Weltmodell: A Data-Driven Commonsense Knowledge Base
18:20-19:20 Marieke van Erp, Gleb Satyukov, Piek Vossen and Marit Nijsen Discovering and Visualising Stories in News
18:20-19:20 Tomohide Shibata, Shotaro Kohama and Sadao Kurohashi A Large Scale Database of Strongly-related Events in Japanese
18:20-19:20 Steven Bethard, Philip Ogren and Lee Becker ClearTK 2.0: Design Patterns for Machine Learning in UIMA


  Session P47 - Language Identification Chair : Michael Rosner
18:20-19:20 Dirk Goldhahn and Uwe Quasthoff Vocabulary-Based Language Similarity using Web Corpora
18:20-19:20 Thomas Lavergne, Gilles Adda, Martine Adda-Decker and Lori Lamel Automatic Language Identity Tagging on Word and Sentence-Level in Multilingual Text Sources: a Case-Study on Luxembourgish
18:20-19:20 Marcos Zampieri and Binyam Gebre VarClass: An Open-source Language Identification Tool for Language Varieties
18:20-19:20 Xiao Jiang, Yufan Guo, Jeroen Geertzen, Dora Alexopoulou, Lin Sun and Anna Korhonen Native Language Identification Using Large, Longitudinal Data
18:20-19:20 Liviu Dinu and Alina Maria Ciobanu On the Romance Languages Mutual Intelligibility


  Session P48 - Morphology Chair : Karel Pala
18:20-19:20 Senka Drobac, Krister Lindén, Tommi Pirinen and Miikka Silfverberg Heuristic Hyper-minimization of Finite State Lexicons
18:20-19:20 Claudia Borg and Albert Gatt Crowd-sourcing Evaluation of Automatically Acquired, Morphologically Related Word Groupings
18:20-19:20 Patrick Littell, Kaitlyn Price and Lori Levin Morphological Parsing of Swahili using Crowdsourced Lexical Resources
18:20-19:20 Carla Parra Escartín Chasing the Perfect Splitter: A Comparison of Different Compound Splitting Tools
18:20-19:20 Vincent Claveau and Ewa Kijak Generating and using Probabilistic Morphological Resources for the Biomedical Domain
18:20-19:20 Peter Baumann and Janet Pierrehumbert Using Resource-Rich Languages to Improve Morphological Analysis of Under-Resourced Languages
18:20-19:20 Ozlem Cetinoglu Turkish Treebank as a Gold Standard for Morphological Disambiguation and Its Influence on Parsing
18:20-19:20 Krešimir Šojat, Matea Srebačić, Marko Tadić and Tin Pavelić CroDeriV: a New Resource for Processing Croatian Morphology
18:20-19:20 Jan Šnajder A High-Coverage Derivational Morphology Resource for Croatian
18:20-19:20 Jonathan Washington, Ilnar Salimzyanov and Francis Tyers Finite-State Morphological Transducers for Three Kypchak Languages


  Session P49 - Multimodality Chair : Volker Steinbiss
18:20-19:20 Brigitte Bigi, Tatsuya Watanabe and Laurent Prévot Representing Multimodal Linguistic Annotated Data
18:20-19:20 Michael kipp, Levin Freiherr von Hollen, Michael Christopher Hrstka and Franziska Zamponi Single-Person and Multi-Party 3D Visualizations for Nonverbal Communication Analysis
18:20-19:20 Huseyin Cakmak, Jerome Urbain, Thierry Dutoit and Joelle Tilmanne The AV-LASYN Database: a Synchronous Corpus of Audio and 3D Facial Marker Data for Audio-Visual Laughter Synthesis
18:20-19:20 Vincent Vandeghinste and Ineke Schuurman Linking Pictographs to Synsets: Sclera2Cornetto
18:20-19:20 Dietmar Schabus, Michael Pucher and Phil Hoole The MMASCS Multi-Modal Annotated Synchronous Corpus of Audio, Video, Facial Motion and Tongue Motion Data of Normal, Fast and Slow Speech
18:20-19:20 Mathieu Chollet, Magalie Ochs and Catherine Pelachaud Mining a Multimodal Corpus for Non-Verbal Behavior Sequences Conveying Attitudes
18:20-19:20 Massimo Moneglia, Susan Brown, Francesca Frontini, Gloria Gagliardi, Fahad Khan, Monica Monachini and Alessandro Panunzi The IMAGACT Visual Ontology. an Extendable Multilingual Infrastructure for the Representation of Lexical Encoding of Action
18:20-19:20 Kodai Takahashi and Masashi Inoue Multimodal Dialogue Segmentation with Gesture Post-Processing
18:20-19:20 Shannon Hennig, Ryad Chellali and Nick Campbell The D-ANS corpus: the Dublin-Autonomous Nervous System corpus of biosignal and multimodal recordings of conversational speech


  Day 3, Oral Sessions:

  Session O37 - Sentiment Analysis and Social Media (2) Chairperson: Piek Vossen
9:45-10:05 Diana Maynard and Mark Greenwood Who cares about Sarcastic Tweets? Investigating the Impact of Sarcasm on Sentiment Analysis.
10:05-10:25 Olga Uryupina, Barbara Plank, Aliaksei Severyn, Agata Rotondi and Alessandro Moschitti SenTube: A Corpus for Sentiment Analysis on YouTube Social Media
10:25-10:45 Reid Swanson, Stephanie Lukin, Luke Eisenberg, Thomas Corcoran and Marilyn Walker Getting Reliable Annotations for Sarcasm in Online Dialogues
10:45-11:05 Francesco Barbieri and Horacio Saggion Modelling Irony in Twitter: Feature Analysis and Evaluation
11:05-11:25 Alexandra Balahur, Marco Turchi, Ralf Steinberger, Jose Manuel Perea-Ortega, Guillaume Jacquet, Dilek Kucuk, Vanni Zavarella and Adil El Ghali Resource Creation and Evaluation for Multilingual Sentiment Analysis in Social Media Texts


  Session O38 - Paraphases Chairperson: Bernardo Magnini
9:45-10:05 Marianna Apidianaki, Emilia Verzeni and Diana McCarthy Semantic Clustering of Pivot Paraphrases
10:05-10:25 Juri Ganitkevitch and Chris Callison-Burch The Multilingual Paraphrase Database
10:25-10:45 Van-Minh Pho, Thibault André, Anne-Laure Ligozat, Brigitte Grau, Gabriel Illouz and Thomas Francois Multiple Choice Question Corpus Analysis for Distractor Characterization
10:45-11:05 Sander Wubben, Antal van den Bosch and Emiel Krahmer Creating and Using Large Monolingual Parallel Corpora for Sentential Paraphrase Generation
11:05-11:25 Michaela Regneri, Rui Wang and Manfred Pinkal Aligning Predicate-Argument Structures for Paraphrase Fragment Extraction


  Session O39 - Information Extraction (2) Chairperson: Eduard Hovy
9:45-10:05 Silvia Necsulescu, Sara Mendes and Núria Bel Combining Dependency Information and Generalization in a Pattern-based Approach to the Classification of Lexical-Semantic Relation Instances
10:05-10:25 Yifan He and Adam Meyers Corpus and Method for Identifying Citations in Non-Academic Text
10:25-10:45 Sebastian Krause, Hong Li, Feiyu Xu, Hans Uszkoreit, Robert Hummel and Luise Spielhagen Language Resources and Annotation Tools for Cross-Sentence Relation Extraction
10:45-11:05 Carlo Strapparava, Lorenzo Gatti, Marco Guerini and Oliviero Stock Creative Language Explorations through a high-Expressivity N-grams Query Language
11:05-11:25 Milen Kouylekov and Stephan Oepen Semantic Technologies for Querying Linguistic Annotations: An Experiment Focusing on Graph-Structured Data


  Session O40 - Lexicons and Ontologies Chairperson: Gudrun Magnusdottir
9:45-10:05 Ingrid Falk, Delphine Bernhard and Christophe Gérard From Non Word to New Word: Automatically Identifying Neologisms in French Newspapers
10:05-10:25 Nitsan Chrizman and Alon Itai How to Construct a Multi-Lingual Domain Ontology
10:25-10:45 Paweł Kędzia and Maciej Piasecki Ruled-based, Interlingual Motivated Mapping of plWordNet onto SUMO Ontology
10:45-11:05 Yulia Tsvetkov, Nathan Schneider, Dirk Hovy, Archna Bhatia, Manaal Faruqui and Chris Dyer Augmenting English Adjective Senses with Supersenses
11:05-11:25 Lauren Romeo, Gianluca Lebani, Núria Bel and Alessandro Lenci Choosing which to Use? A Study of Distributional Models for Nominal Lexical Semantic Classification


  Session O41 - Machine Translation Chairperson: Alan Melby
11:45-12:05 Mikel Forcada On the Annotation of TMX Translation Memories for Advanced Leveraging in Computer-aided Translation
12:05-12:25 Teresa Herrmann, Jan Niehues and Alex Waibel Manual Analysis of Structurally Informed Reordering in German-English Machine Translation
12:25-12:45 Gregor Thurmair Conceptual Transfer: Using Local Classifiers for Transfer Selection
12:45-13:05 Grégoire Détrez, Víctor M. Sánchez-Cartagena and Aarne Ranta Sharing Resources Between Free/Open-Source Rule-based Machine Translation Systems: Grammatical Framework and Apertium
13:05-13:25 Friedel Wolff, Laurette Pretorius and Paul Buitelaar Missed Opportunities in Translation Memory Matching


  Session O42 - Dialogue (2) Chairperson: Shyam Agrawal
11:45-12:05 Volha Petukhova, Andrei Malchanau and Harry Bunt Interoperability of Dialogue Corpora through ISO 24617-2-based Querying
12:05-12:25 Sabrina Campano, Jessica Durand and Chloé Clavel Comparative Analysis of Verbal Alignment in Human-Human and Human-Agent Interactions
12:25-12:45 Matěj Korvas, Ondřej Plátek, Ondřej Dušek, Lukáš Žilka and Filip Jurčíček Free English and Czech Telephone Speech Corpus Shared Under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 License
12:45-13:05 Hiroaki Noguchi, Yasuhiro Katagiri and Yasuharu Den Japanese Conversation Corpus for Training and Evaluation of Backchannel Prediction Model.
13:05-13:25 Andrew Gargett, Sam Hellmuth and Ghazi AlGethami DiVE-Arabic: Gulf Arabic Dialogue in a Virtual Environment


  Session O43 - Semantics (2) Chairperson: James Pustejovsky
11:45-12:05 Tamara Polajnar, Laura Rimell and Stephen Clark Evaluation of Simple Distributional Compositional Operations on Longer Texts
12:05-12:25 Akira Utsumi A Character-based Approach to Distributional Semantic Models: Exploiting Kanji Characters for Constructing JapaneseWord Vectors
12:25-12:45 Lauren Romeo, Sara Mendes and Núria Bel A Cascade Approach for Complex-type Classification
12:45-13:05 Maximilian Köper and Sabine Schulte im Walde A Rank-based Distance Measure to Detect Polysemy and to Determine Salient Vector-Space Features for German Prepositions
13:05-13:25 Daniel Peterson, Martha Palmer and Shumin Wu Focusing Annotation for Semantic Role Labeling


  Session O44 - Grammar and Parsing (2) Chairperson: Sadao Kurohashi
11:45-12:05 Dirk Hovy, Barbara Plank and Anders Søgaard When POS Data Sets Don't Add Up: Combatting Sample Bias
12:05-12:25 Guntis Barzdins, Didzis Gosko, Laura Rituma and Peteris Paikens Using C5.0 and Exhaustive Search for Boosting Frame-Semantic Parsing Accuracy
12:25-12:45 Eckhard Bick ML-Optimization of Ported Constraint Grammars
12:45-13:05 Simon Fuller, Phil Maguire and Philippe Moser A Deep Context Grammatical Model For Authorship Attribution
13:05-13:25 Fabienne Braune, Daniel Bauer and Kevin Knight Mapping Between English Strings and Reentrant Semantic Graphs


  Session O45 - Environment and Machine Interactions - Special Session Chairperson: Laurence Devillers
14:55-15:15 Michel Vacher, Benjamin Lecouteux, Pedro Chahuara, François Portet, Brigitte Meillon and Nicolas Bonnefond The Sweet-Home Speech and Multimodal Corpus for Home Automation Interaction
15:15-15:35 João Freitas, António Teixeira and Miguel Dias Multimodal Corpora for Silent Speech Interaction
15:35-15:55 Bo Liu, Jingjing Liu, Xiang Yu, Dimitris Metaxas and Carol Neidle 3D Face Tracking and Multi-Scale, Spatio-temporal Analysis of Linguistically Significant Facial Expressions and Head Positions in ASL
15:55-16:15 Emanuele Bastianelli, Giuseppe Castellucci, Danilo Croce, Luca Iocchi, Roberto Basili and Daniele Nardi HuRIC: a Human Robot Interaction Corpus


  Session O46 - Event Extraction and Event Coreference Chairperson: Martha Palmer
14:55-15:15 Kevin Reschke, Martin Jankowiak, Mihai Surdeanu, Christopher Manning and Daniel Jurafsky Event Extraction Using Distant Supervision
15:15-15:35 Chen Chen and Vincent Ng SinoCoreferencer: An End-to-End Chinese Event Coreference Resolver
15:35-15:55 Zhengzhong Liu, Jun Araki, Eduard Hovy and Teruko Mitamura Supervised Within-Document Event Coreference using Information Propagation
15:55-16:15 Agata Cybulska and Piek Vossen Using a Sledgehammer to Crack a Nut? Lexical Diversity and Event Coreference Resolution
16:15-16:35 Jun Araki, Zhengzhong Liu, Eduard Hovy and Teruko Mitamura Detecting Subevent Structure for Event Coreference Resolution


  Session O47 - Standards and Interoperability Chairperson: Key-Sun Choi
14:55-15:15 Eva Hajičová Three Dimensions of the so-called "Interoperability" of Annotation Schemes
15:15-15:35 Daan Broeder, Ineke Schuurman and Menzo Windhouwer Experiences with the ISOcat Data Category Registry
15:35-15:55 Christian Chiarcos Towards Interoperable Discourse Annotation. Discourse Features in the Ontologies of Linguistic Annotation
15:55-16:15 Emanuele Lapponi, Erik Velldal, Stephan Oepen and Rune Lain Knudsen Off-Road LAF: Encoding and Processing Annotations in NLP Workflows
16:15-16:35 Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Timothy Dozat, Natalia Silveira, Katri Haverinen, Filip Ginter, Joakim Nivre and Christopher D. Manning Universal Stanford Dependencies: a Cross-Linguistic Typology


  Session O48 - Information Extraction and Text Structure Chairperson: Mark Liberman
14:55-15:15 Giuseppe Rizzo, Marieke van Erp and Raphaël Troncy Benchmarking the Extraction and Disambiguation of Named Entities on the Semantic Web
15:15-15:35 Adam Meyers, Giancarlo Lee, Angus Grieve-Smith, Yifan He and Harriet Taber Annotating Relations in Scientific Articles
15:35-15:55 Eric Charton, Marie-Jean Meurs, Ludovic Jean-Louis and Michel Gagnon Improving Entity Linking using Surface Form Refinement
15:55-16:15 Karteek Addanki and Dekai Wu Evaluating Improvised Hip Hop Lyrics - Challenges and Observations
16:15-16:35 Jessica Ouyang and Kathy McKeown Towards Automatic Detection of Narrative Structure

  Day 3, Poster Sessions:

  Session P50 - Crowdsourcing Chair : Cristina Vertan
9:45-11:25 Jean-Philippe Goldman, Adrian Leeman, Marie-José Kolly, Ingrid Hove, Ibrahim Almajai, Volker Dellwo and Steven Moran A Crowdsourcing Smartphone Application for Swiss German: Putting Language Documentation in the Hands of the Users
9:45-11:25 Theodosia Togia and Ann Copestake TagNText: a Parallel Corpus for the Induction of Resource-specific non-Taxonomical Relations from Tagged Images
9:45-11:25 Shinsuke Goto, Donghui Lin and Toru Ishida Crowdsourcing for Evaluating Machine Translation Quality
9:45-11:25 George Kiomourtzis, George Giannakopoulos, Georgios Petasis, Pythagoras Karampiperis and Vangelis Karkaletsis NOMAD: Linguistic Resources and Tools Aimed at Policy Formulation and Validation
9:45-11:25 Darja Fišer, Aleš Tavčar and Tomaž Erjavec sloWCrowd: a Crowdsourcing Tool for Lexicographic Tasks


  Session P51 - Emotion Recognition and Generation Chair : Patrick Paroubek
9:45-11:25 Maxim Sidorov, Stefan Ultes and Alexander Schmitt Comparison of Gender- and Speaker-adaptive Emotion Recognition
9:45-11:25 Maxim Sidorov, Christina Brester, Wolfgang Minker and Eugene Semenkin Speech-Based Emotion Recognition: Feature Selection by Self-Adaptive Multi-Criteria Genetic Algorithm
9:45-11:25 Nesrine Fourati and Catherine Pelachaud Emilya: Emotional Body Expression in Daily Actions Database
9:45-11:25 Juan-María Garrido, Yesika Laplaza, Benjamin Kolz and Miquel Cornudella TexAFon 2.0: a Text Processing Tool for the Generation of Expressive Speech in TTS Applications
9:45-11:25 Giovanni Costantini, Iacopo Iaderola, Andrea Paoloni and Massimiliano Todisco EMOVO Corpus: an Italian Emotional Speech Database
9:45-11:25 Demulier Virginie, Elisabetta Bevacqua, Florian Focone, Tom Giraud, Pamela Carreno, Brice Isableu, Sylvie Gibet, Pierre De Loor and Jean-Claude Martin A Database of Full Body Virtual Interactions Annotated with Expressivity Scores
9:45-11:25 Sophia Lee, Shoushan Li and Chu-Ren Huang Annotating Events in an Emotion Corpus


  Session P52 - Linked Data Chair : John Philip McCrae
9:45-11:25 Tomáš Kliegr and Ondřej Zamazal Towards Linked Hypernyms Dataset 2.0: Complementing DBpedia with Hypernym Discovery
9:45-11:25 Mohamed Sherif, Sandro Coelho, Ricardo Usbeck, Sebastian Hellmann, Jens Lehmann, Martin Brümmer and Andreas Both NIF4OGGD - NLP Interchange Format for Open German Governmental Data
9:45-11:25 Michael Röder, Ricardo Usbeck, Sebastian Hellmann, Daniel Gerber and Andreas Both Nł - A Collection of Datasets for Named Entity Recognition and Disambiguation in the NLP Interchange Format
9:45-11:25 Riccardo Del Gratta, Gabriella Pardelli and Sara Goggi The LRE Map disclosed
9:45-11:25 Clara Bacciu, Angelica Lo Duca, Andrea Marchetti and Maurizio Tesconi Accommodations in Tuscany as Linked Data
9:45-11:25 David Lewis, Rob Brennan, Leroy Finn, Dominic Jones, Alan Meehan, Declan O'sullivan, Sebastian Hellmann and Felix Sasaki Global Intelligent Content: Active Curation of Language Resources using Linked Data


  Session P53 - Machine Translation Chair : Mikel Forcada
9:45-11:25 Ondrej Bojar, Vojtěch Diatka, Pavel Rychlý, Pavel Stranak, Vit Suchomel, Aleš Tamchyna and Daniel Zeman HindEnCorp - Hindi-English and Hindi-only Corpus for Machine Translation
9:45-11:25 Mara Chinea-Rios, Germán Sanchis Trilles, Daniel Ortiz-Martínez and Francisco Casacuberta Online Optimisation of Log-linear Weights in Interactive Machine Translation
9:45-11:25 Kashif Shah, Marco Turchi and Lucia Specia An Efficient and User-friendly Tool for Machine Translation Quality Estimation
9:45-11:25 Santanu Pal, Sudip Kumar Naskar and Sivaji Bandyopadhyay Word Alignment-Based Reordering of Source Chunks in PB-SMT
9:45-11:25 Bruno Laranjeira, Viviane Moreira, Aline Villavicencio, Carlos Ramisch and Maria José Finatto Comparing the Quality of Focused Crawlers and of the Translation Resources Obtained from them
9:45-11:25 Christian Buck, Kenneth Heafield and Bas van Ooyen N-gram Counts and Language Models from the Common Crawl
9:45-11:25 Guillaume Wisniewski, Natalie Kübler and François Yvon A Corpus of Machine Translation Errors Extracted from Translation Students Exercises
9:45-11:25 Alexandru Ceausu and Sabine Hunsicker Pre-ordering of Phrase-based Machine Translation Input in Translation Workflow
9:45-11:25 Jennifer Drexler, Pushpendre Rastogi, Jacqueline Aguilar, Benjamin Van Durme and Matt Post A Wikipedia-based Corpus for Contextualized Machine Translation


  Session P54 - Multimodality Chair : Kristina Jokinen
9:45-11:25 Costanza Navarretta and Magdalena Lis Transfer Learning of Feedback Head Expressions in Danish and Polish Comparable Multimodal Corpora
9:45-11:25 Onno Crasborn and Han Sloetjes Improving the Exploitation of Linguistic Annotations in ELAN
9:45-11:25 Yoshihiko Hayashi Web-imageability of the Behavioral Features of Basic-level Concepts
9:45-11:25 Zoraida Callejas, Brian Ravenet, Magalie Ochs and Catherine Pelachaud A Model to Generate Adaptive Multimodal Job Interviews with a Virtual Recruiter
9:45-11:25 Coline Claude-Lachenaud, Eric Charton, Benoit Ozell and Michel Gagnon A Multimodal Interpreter for 3D Visualization and Animation of Verbal Concepts
9:45-11:25 Philippe Martin New Functions for a Multipurpose Multimodal Tool for Phonetic and Linguistic Analysis of Very Large Speech Corpora
9:45-11:25 Mariette Soury and Laurence Devillers Smile and Laughter in Human-Machine Interaction: a Study of Engagement
9:45-11:25 Hendrik Buschmeier, Zofia Malisz, Joanna Skubisz, Marcin Wlodarczak, Ipke Wachsmuth, Stefan Kopp and Petra Wagner ALICO: a Multimodal Corpus for the Study of Active Listening
9:45-11:25 Przemyslaw Lenkiewicz, Olha Shkaravska, Twan Goosen, Daan Broeder, Menzo Windhouwer, Stephanie Roth and Olof Olsson The DWAN Framework: Application of a Web Annotation Framework for the General Humanities to the Domain of Language Resources
9:45-11:25 Nicolas Auguin and Pascale Fung Co-Training for Classification of Live or Studio Music Recordings


  Session P55 - Ontologies Chair : Monica Monachini
9:45-11:25 Chetana Gavankar, Ashish Kulkarni and Ganesh Ramakrishnan Efficient Reuse of Structured and Unstructured Resources for Ontology Population
9:45-11:25 Maria Pia di Buono and Mario Monteleone From Natural Language to Ontology Population in the Cultural Heritage Domain. A Computational Linguistics-based approach.
9:45-11:25 Alessio Bosca, Matteo Casu, Matteo Dragoni and Nikolaos Marianos A Gold Standard for CLIR evaluation in the Organic Agriculture Domain
9:45-11:25 Bernardo Severo, Cassia Trojahn and Renata Vieira VOAR: A Visual and Integrated Ontology Alignment Environment


  Session P56 - Corpora and Annotation Chair : Tomaž Erjavec
11:45-13:25 Goran Glavaš, Jan Šnajder, Marie-Francine Moens and Parisa Kordjamshidi HiEve: A Corpus for Extracting Event Hierarchies from News Stories
11:45-13:25 Masaya Yamaguchi Building a Database of Japanese Adjective Examples from Special Purpose Web Corpora
11:45-13:25 Antonio Toral TLAXCALA: a Multilingual Corpus of Independent News
11:45-13:25 Nathan Green and Septina Dian Larasati Votter Corpus: A Corpus of Social Polling Language
11:45-13:25 Roald Eiselen and Martin Puttkammer Developing Text Resources for Ten South African Languages
11:45-13:25 Paul Felt, Robbie Haertel, Eric Ringger and Kevin Seppi Momresp: A Bayesian Model for Multi-Annotator Document Labeling
11:45-13:25 Maciej Ogrodniczuk and Mateusz Kopeć The Polish Summaries Corpus


  Session P57 - Information Extraction and Information Retrieval Chair : Feiyu Xu
11:45-13:25 Clément de Groc and Xavier Tannier Evaluating Web-as-corpus Topical Document Retrieval with an Index of the OpenDirectory
11:45-13:25 Jordan Schmidek and Denilson Barbosa Improving Open Relation Extraction via Sentence Re-Structuring
11:45-13:25 Pavel Smrz and Jan Kouril Semantic Search in Documents Enriched by LOD-based Annotations
11:45-13:25 Antske Fokkens, Serge Ter Braake, Niels Ockeloen, Piek Vossen, Susan Legêne and Guus Schreiber BiographyNet: Methodological Issues when NLP Supports Historical Research
11:45-13:25 Tilia Ellendorff, Fabio Rinaldi and Simon Clematide Using Large Biomedical Databases as Gold Annotations for Automatic Relation Extraction
11:45-13:25 Yutaka Mitsuishi, Vit Novacek and Pierre-Yves Vandenbussche A Method for Building Burst-Annotated Co-Occurrence Networks for Analysing Trends in Textual Data


  Session P58 - Lexicons Chair : Kiril Simov
11:45-13:25 Antonio San Martín and Marie-Claude L'Homme Definition Patterns for Predicative Terms in Specialized Lexical Resources
11:45-13:25 Tim vor der Brück, Alexander Mehler and Zahurul Islam ColLex.en: Automatically Generating and Evaluating a Full-form Lexicon for English
11:45-13:25 Ajay Dubey, Parth Gupta, Vasudeva Varma and Paolo Rosso Enrichment of Bilingual Dictionary through News Stream Data
11:45-13:25 Thomas Francois, Nùria Gala, Patrick Watrin and Cédrick Fairon FLELex: a graded Lexical Resource for French Foreign Learners
11:45-13:25 Anabela Barreiro, Fernando Batista, Ricardo Ribeiro, Helena Moniz and Isabel Trancoso OpenLogos Semantico-Syntactic Knowledge-Rich Bilingual Dictionaries
11:45-13:25 Mona Diab, Mohamed AlBadrashiny, Maryam Aminian, Mohammed Attia, Heba Elfardy, Nizar Habash, Abdelati Hawwari, Wael Salloum, Pradeep Dasigi and Ramy Eskander Tharwa: A Large Scale Dialectal Arabic - Standard Arabic - English Lexicon
11:45-13:25 Michael Rosner and Kurt Sultana Automatic Methods for the Extension of a Bilingual Dictionary using Comparable Corpora
11:45-13:25 Kevin Black, Eric Ringger, Paul Felt, Kevin Seppi, Kristian Heal and Deryle Lonsdale Evaluating Lemmatization Models for Machine-Assisted Corpus-Dictionary Linkage


  Session P59 - Language Resource Infrastructures Chair : Martin Wynne
11:45-13:25 Menzo Windhouwer and Ineke Schuurman Linguistic Resources and Cats: How to Use ISOcat, RELcat and SCHEMAcat
11:45-13:25 Lluís Padró, Zeljko Agic, Xavier Carreras, Blaz Fortuna, Esteban García-Cuesta, Zhixing Li, Tadej Stajner and Marko Tadić Language Processing Infrastructure in the XLike Project
11:45-13:25 Piotr Banski, Nils Diewald, Michael Hanl, Marc Kupietz and Andreas Witt Access Control by Query Rewriting: the Case of KorAP
11:45-13:25 Rodrigo Agerri, Josu Bermudez and German Rigau IXA pipeline: Efficient and Ready to Use Multilingual NLP tools
11:45-13:25 Trang Mai Xuan, Yohei Murakami, Donghui Lin and Toru Ishida Integration of Workflow and Pipeline for Language Service Composition
11:45-13:25 Rafal Rak, Jacob Carter, Andrew Rowley, Riza Theresa Batista-Navarro and Sophia Ananiadou Interoperability and Customisation of Annotation Schemata in Argo


  Session P60 - Metadata Chair : Gil Francopoulo
11:45-13:25 Penny Labropoulou, Christopher Cieri and Maria Gavrilidou Developing a Framework for Describing Relations among Language Resources
11:45-13:25 Thorsten Trippel, Daan Broeder, Matej Durco and Oddrun Ohren Towards Automatic Quality Assessment of Component Metadata


  Session P61 - Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis Chair : Gerard de Melo
11:45-13:25 Chantal van Son, Marieke van Erp, Antske Fokkens and Piek Vossen Hope and Fear: How Opinions Influence Factuality
11:45-13:25 Nathan Hartmann, Lucas Avanço, Pedro Balage, Magali Duran, Maria das Graças Volpe Nunes, Thiago Pardo and Sandra Aluísio A Large Corpus of Product Reviews in Portuguese: Tackling Out-Of-Vocabulary Words
11:45-13:25 Thierry Declerck and Hans-Ulrich Krieger Harmonization of German Lexical Resources for Opinion Mining
11:45-13:25 Anne Garcia-Fernandez, Olivier Ferret and Marco Dinarelli Evaluation of Different Strategies for Domain Adaptation in Opinion Mining
11:45-13:25 Amel Fraisse and Patrick Paroubek Toward a Unifying Model for Opinion, Sentiment and Emotion Information Extraction


  Session P62 - Speech Resources Chair : Christopher Draxler
11:45-13:25 Michael Stadtschnitzer, Jochen Schwenninger, Daniel Stein and Joachim Koehler Exploiting the Large-Scale German Broadcast Corpus to Boost the Fraunhofer IAIS Speech Recognition System
11:45-13:25 Ilaine Wang, Sylvain Kahane and Isabelle Tellier Macrosyntactic Segmenters of a French Spoken Corpus
11:45-13:25 Iolanda Alfano, Francesco Cutugno, Aurelio De Rosa, Claudio Iacobini, Renata Savy and Miriam Voghera VOLIP: a Corpus of Spoken Italian and a Virtuous Example of Reuse of Linguistic Resources
11:45-13:25 George Christodoulides, Mathieu Avanzi and Jean-Philippe Goldman DisMo: A Morphosyntactic, Disfluency and Multi-Word Unit Annotator. An Evaluation on a Corpus of French Spontaneous and Read Speech
11:45-13:25 Vera Cabarrão, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Ricardo Ribeiro, Nuno Mamede, Hugo Meinedo, Isabel Trancoso, Ana Isabel Mata and David Martins de Matos Revising the Annotation of a Broadcast News Corpus: a Linguistic Approach
11:45-13:25 Ana Isabel Mata, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista and Julia Hirschberg Teenage and Adult Speech in School Context: Building and Processing a Corpus of European Portuguese
11:45-13:25 Arjan van Hessen, Franciska de Jong, Stef Scagliola and Tanja Petrovic Croatian Memories
11:45-13:25 Ines Rehbein, Sören Schalowski and Heike Wiese The KiezDeutsch Korpus (KiDKo) Release 1.0
11:45-13:25 Anthony Rousseau, Paul Deléglise and Yannick Estève Enhancing the TED-LIUM Corpus with Selected Data for Language Modeling and More TED Talks
11:45-13:25 Jan Strunk, Florian Schiel and Frank Seifart Untrained Forced Alignment of Transcriptions and Audio for Language Documentation Corpora using WebMAUS


  Session P63 - Computer-Assisted Language Learning Chair : Keith Miller
14:55-16:35 Xiaoyun Wang, Jinsong Zhang, Masafumi Nishida and Seiichi Yamamoto Phoneme Set Design Using English Speech Database by Japanese for Dialogue-Based English CALL Systems
14:55-16:35 Lianet Sepúlveda Torres, Magali Sanches Duran and Sandra Aluísio Generating a Lexicon of Errors in Portuguese to Support an Error Identification System for Spanish Native Learners
14:55-16:35 Veronika Vincze, János Zsibrita, Péter Durst and Martina Katalin Szabó Automatic Error Detection Concerning the Definite and Indefinite Conjugation in the HunLearner Corpus
14:55-16:35 Gabriele Pallotti, Francesca Frontini, Fabio Affè, Monica Monachini and Stefania Ferrari Presenting a System of Human-Machine Interaction for Performing Map Tasks.
14:55-16:35 Valentín Cardeñoso-Payo, César González-Ferreras and David Escudero Assessment of Non-native Prosody for Spanish as L2 using Quantitative Scores and Perceptual Evaluation
14:55-16:35 Elena Volodina, Ildikó Pilán, Lars Borin and Therese Lindström Tiedemann A Flexible Language Learning Platform Based on Language Resources and Web Services
14:55-16:35 Renlong Ai and Marcela Charfuelan MAT: a Tool for L2 Pronunciation Errors Annotation
14:55-16:35 Chris Hokamp, Rada Mihalcea and Peter Schuelke Modeling Language Proficiency Using Implicit Feedback


  Session P64 - Evaluation Methodologies Chair : Kevin Bretonnel Cohen
14:55-16:35 Mohamed Ben Jannet, Martine Adda-Decker, Olivier Galibert, Juliette Kahn and Sophie Rosset ETER: a New Metric for the Evaluation of Hierarchical Named Entity Recognition
14:55-16:35 Olivier Galibert, Jeremy Leixa, Gilles Adda, Khalid Choukri and Guillaume Gravier The ETAPE Speech Processing Evaluation
14:55-16:35 Achim Rettinger, Lei Zhang, Daša Berović, Danijela Merkler, Matea Srebačić and Marko Tadić RECSA: Resource for Evaluating Cross-lingual Semantic Annotation
14:55-16:35 Helen Hastie and Anja Belz A Comparative Evaluation Methodology for NLG in Interactive Systems
14:55-16:35 Juris Borzovs, Ilze Ilziņa, Iveta Keiša, Mārcis Pinnis and Andrejs Vasiļjevs Terminology Localization Guidelines for the National Scenario


  Session P65 - MultiWord Expressions and Terms Chair : Valia Kordoni
14:55-16:35 Kris Heylen, Stephen Bond, Dirk De Hertog De Hertog, Ivan Vulić and Hendrik Kockaert TermWise: A CAT-tool with Context-Sensitive Terminological Support.
14:55-16:35 Pollet Samvelian, Pegah Faghiri and Sarra El Ayari Extending the Coverage of a MWE Database for Persian CPs Exploiting Valency Alternations
14:55-16:35 Behrang Zadeh and Siegfried Handschuh Evaluation of Technology Term Recognition with Random Indexing
14:55-16:35 Johannes Hellrich, Simon Clematide, Udo Hahn and Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann Collaboratively Annotating Multilingual Parallel Corpora in the Biomedical Domain―some MANTRAs
14:55-16:35 Anca Dinu, Liviu Dinu and Ionut Sorodoc Aggregation Methods for Efficient Collocation Detection
14:55-16:35 Sandra Antunes and Amália Mendes An Evaluation of the Role of Statistical Measures and Frequency for MWE Identification


  Session P66 - Parsing Chair : Giuseppe Attardi
14:55-16:35 Weston Feely, Mehdi Manshadi, Robert Frederking and Lori Levin The CMU METAL Farsi NLP Approach
14:55-16:35 Masood Ghayoomi, Kiril Simov and Petya Osenova Constituency Parsing of Bulgarian: Word- vs Class-based Parsing
14:55-16:35 Kiril Simov, Iliana Simova, Ginka Ivanova, Maria Mateva and Petya Osenova A System for Experiments with Dependency Parsers
14:55-16:35 Wolfgang Seeker and Jonas Kuhn An Out-of-Domain Test Suite for Dependency Parsing of German
14:55-16:35 Lauma Pretkalniņa, Artūrs Znotiņš, Laura Rituma and Didzis Goško Dependency Parsing Representation Effects on the Accuracy of Semantic Applications - an Example of an Inflective Language
14:55-16:35 Ophélie Lacroix and Denis Béchet Validation Issues induced by an Automatic Pre-Annotation Mechanism in the Building of Non-projective Dependency Treebanks
14:55-16:35 Jianqiang Ma Automatic Refinement of Syntactic Categories in Chinese Word Structures


  Session P67 - Part-of-Speech Tagging Chair : Daniel Flickinger
14:55-16:35 Stephen Wattam, Paul Rayson, Marc Alexander and Jean Anderson Experiences with Parallelisation of an Existing NLP Pipeline: Tagging Hansard
14:55-16:35 Heike Zinsmeister, Ulrich Heid and Kathrin Beck Adapting a Part-of-Speech Tagset to Non-Standard Text: the Case of STTS
14:55-16:35 Antonio Balvet, Dejan Stosic and Aleksandra Miletic TALC-Sef a Manually-revised POS-Tagged Literary Corpus in Serbian, English and French
14:55-16:35 Cristina Sánchez Marco An Open Source Part-of-Speech Tagger for Norwegian: Building on Existing Language Resources
14:55-16:35 Antonio Pareja-Lora, Guillermo Cárcamo-Escorza and Alicia Ballesteros-Calvo Standardisation and Interoperation of Morphosyntactic and Syntactic Annotation Tools for Spanish and their Annotations


  Session P68 - Tools, Systems, Applications Chair : Lluís Padró
14:55-16:35 Peter Fankhauser, Jörg Knappen and Elke Teich Exploring and Visualizing Variation in Language Resources
14:55-16:35 Raphael Winkelmann and Georg Raess Introducing a Web Application for Labeling, Visualizing Speech and Correcting Derived Speech Signals
14:55-16:35 Maha Althobaiti, Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio AraNLP: a Java-based Library for the Processing of Arabic Text.
14:55-16:35 Silvia Rodríguez Vázquez, Pierrette Bouillon and Anton Bolfing Applying Accessibility-Oriented Controlled Language (CL) Rules to Improve Appropriateness of Text Alternatives for Images: an Exploratory Study
14:55-16:35 Jonathan Sonntag and Manfred Stede GraPAT: a Tool for Graph Annotations
14:55-16:35 Vincenzo Galatà, Alberto Benin, Piero Cosi, Giuseppe Riccardo Leone, Giulio Paci, Giacomo Sommavilla and Fabio Tesser Discovering the Italian Literature: Interactive Access to Audio-indexed Text Resources
14:55-16:35 Horacio Saggion Creating Summarization Systems with SUMMA


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