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DAY 1 Oral Sessions

Session O1 - Machine Translation & Evaluation Chair: Bente Maegaard
11.35-11.55 Ali Can Kocabiyikoglu, Laurent Besacier and Olivier Kraif Augmenting Librispeech with French Translations: A Multimodal Corpus for Direct Speech Translation Evaluation
11.55-12.15 Thierry Etchegoyhen, Anna Fernández Torné, Andoni Azpeitia, Eva Martínez Garcia and Anna Matamala Evaluating Domain Adaptation for Machine Translation Across Scenarios
12.15-12.35 Christian Hadiwinoto and Hwee Tou Ng Upping the Ante: Towards a Better Benchmark for Chinese-to-English Machine Translation
12.35-12.55 Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi, Rajen Chatterjee and Nicola Bertoldi ESCAPE: a Large-scale Synthetic Corpus for Automatic Post-Editing
12.55-13.15 Yutong Shao, Rico Sennrich, Bonnie Webber and Federico Fancellu Evaluating Machine Translation Performance on Chinese Idioms with a Blacklist Method


Session O2 - Semantics & Lexicon (1) Chair: Yoshihiko Hayashi
11.35-11.55 Abhik Jana and Pawan Goyal Network Features Based Co-hyponymy Detection
11.55-12.15 Attila Novák and Borbála Novák Cross-Lingual Generation and Evaluation of a Wide-Coverage Lexical Semantic Resource
12.15-12.35 Tomas Mikolov, Edouard Grave, Piotr Bojanowski, Christian Puhrsch and Armand Joulin Advances in Pre-Training Distributed Word Representations
12.35-12.55 Susan Windisch Brown, James Pustejovsky, Annie Zaenen and Martha Palmer Integrating Generative Lexicon Event Structures into VerbNet
12.55-13.15 Tugba Kulahcioglu and Gerard De Melo FontLex: A Typographical Lexicon based on Affective Associations


Session O3 - Corpus Annotation & Tagging Chair: Tomaž Erjavec
11.35-11.55 Oliver Hellwig, Heinrich Hettrich, Ashutosh Modi and Manfred Pinkal Multi-layer Annotation of the Rigveda
11.55-12.15 Richard Futrell, Edward Gibson, Harry J. Tily, Idan Blank, Anastasia Vishnevetsky, Steven Piantadosi and Evelina Fedorenko The Natural Stories Corpus
12.15-12.35 Younggyun Hahm, Jiseong Kim, Sunggoo Kwon and KEY-SUN CHOI Semi-automatic Korean FrameNet Annotation over KAIST Treebank
12.35-12.55 Géraldine Damnati, Jérémy Auguste, Alexis Nasr, Delphine Charlet, Johannes Heinecke and Frédéric Béchet Handling Normalization Issues for Part-of-Speech Tagging of Online Conversational Text
12.55-13.15 Kareem Darwish, Hamdy Mubarak, Ahmed Abdelali, Mohamed Eldesouki, Younes Samih, Randah Alharbi, Mohammed Attia, Walid Magdy and Laura Kallmeyer Multi-Dialect Arabic POS Tagging: A CRF Approach


Session O4 - Dialogue Chair: Anna Rumshinsky
11.35-11.55 Sushant Kafle and Matt Huenerfauth A Corpus for Modeling Word Importance in Spoken Dialogue Transcripts
11.55-12.15 David Traum, Cassidy Henry, Stephanie Lukin, Ron Artstein, Felix Gervits, Kimberly Pollard, Claire Bonial, Su Lei, Clare Voss, Matthew Marge, Cory Hayes and Susan Hill Dialogue Structure Annotation for Multi-Floor Interaction
12.15-12.35 Matthias Kraus, Johannes Kraus, Martin Baumann and Wolfgang Minker Effects of Gender Stereotypes on Trust and Likability in Spoken Human-Robot Interaction
12.35-12.55 Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, Vanya Avramova, Simon Alexandersson, Patrik Jonell, Catharine Oertel, Jonas Beskow, Gabriel Skantze and Joakim Gustafson A Multimodal Corpus for Mutual Gaze and Joint Attention in Multiparty Situated Interaction
12.55-13.15 AbdelRahim Elmadany, Sherif Abdou and Mervat Gheith Improving Dialogue Act Classification for Spontaneous Arabic Speech and Instant Messages at Utterance Level


Session O5 - Language Resource Policies & Management Chair: Stelios Piperidis
14.35-14.55 Pawel Kamocki, Valérie Mapelli and Khalid Choukri Data Management Plan (DMP) for Language Data under the New General Da-ta Protection Regulation (GDPR)
14.55-15.15 António Branco We Are Depleting Our Research Subject as We Are Investigating It: In Language Technology, more Replication and Diversity Are Needed
15.15-15.35 Thorsten Trippel and Claus Zinn Lessons Learned: On the Challenges of Migrating a Research Data Repository from a Research Institution to a University Library.
15.35-15.55 Christopher Cieri, James Fiumara, Mark Liberman, Chris Callison-Burch and Jonathan Wright Introducing NIEUW: Novel Incentives and Workflows for Eliciting Linguistic Data
15.55-16.15 K. Bretonnel Cohen, Jingbo Xia, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Tiffany Callahan, Orin Hargraves, Foster Goss, Nancy Ide, Aurélie Névéol, Cyril Grouin and Lawrence E. Hunter Three Dimensions of Reproducibility in Natural Language Processing


Session O6 - Emotion & Sentiment (1) Chair: Pushpak Bhattacharyya
14.35-14.55 Udochukwu Orizu and Yulan He Content-Based Conflict of Interest Detection on Wikipedia
14.55-15.15 Saif Mohammad Word Affect Intensities
15.15-15.35 Sven Buechel and Udo Hahn Representation Mapping: A Novel Approach to Generate High-Quality Multi-Lingual Emotion Lexicons
15.35-15.55 Aggeliki Vlachostergiou, Mark Dennison, Catherine Neubauer, Stefan Scherer, Peter Khooshabeh and Andre Harrison Unfolding the External Behavior and Inner Affective State of Teammates through Ensemble Learning: Experimental Evidence from a Dyadic Team Corpus
15.55-16.15 Saif Mohammad and Svetlana Kiritchenko Understanding Emotions: A Dataset of Tweets to Study Interactions between Affect Categories


Session O7 - Knowledge Discovery & Evaluation (1) Chair: Andrejs Vasiljevs
14.35-14.55 Bonan Min, Marjorie Freedman, Roger Bock and Ralph Weischedel When ACE met KBP: End-to-End Evaluation of Knowledge Base Population with Component-level Annotation
14.55-15.15 Christos Christodoulopoulos and Arpit Mittal Simple Large-scale Relation Extraction from Unstructured Text
15.15-15.35 Mohammed Alsuhaibani and Danushka Bollegala Joint Learning of Sense and Word Embeddings
15.35-15.55 Dagmar Gromann and Thierry Declerck Comparing Pretrained Multilingual Word Embeddings on an Ontology Alignment Task
15.55-16.15 Octavian Popescu, Ngoc Phuoc An Vo and Vadim Sheinin A Large Resource of Patterns for Verbal Paraphrases


Session O8 - Corpus Creation, Use & Evaluation (1) Chair: Patrizia Paggio
14.35-14.55 Fan Xu, Mingwen Wang and Maoxi Li Building Parallel Monolingual Gan Chinese Dialects Corpus
14.55-15.15 Shachar Mirkin, Michal Jacovi, Tamar Lavee, Hong-Kwang Kuo, Samuel Thomas, Leslie Sager, Lili Kotlerman, Elad Venezian and Noam Slonim A Recorded Debating Dataset
15.15-15.35 Kyoko Sugisaki, Nicolas Wiedmer and Heiko Hausendorf Building a Corpus from Handwritten Picture Postcards: Transcription, Annotation and Part-of-Speech Tagging
15.35-15.55 Marcos García Salido, Marcos Garcia, Milka Villayandre-Llamazares and Margarita Alonso-Ramos A Lexical Tool for Academic Writing in Spanish based on Expert and Novice Corpora
15.55-16.15 Adrian Brasoveanu, Giuseppe Rizzo, Philipp Kuntschick, Albert Weichselbraun and Lyndon J.B. Nixon Framing Named Entity Linking Error Types


Session O9 - Bio-medical Corpora Chair: Paul Rayson
16.35-16.55 Kirk Roberts, Yuqi Si, Anshul Gandhi and Elmer Bernstam A FrameNet for Cancer Information in Clinical Narratives: Schema and Annotation
16.55-17.15 Matthew Shardlow, Nhung Nguyen, Gareth Owen, Claire O'Donovan, Andrew Leach, John McNaught, Steve Turner and Sophia Ananiadou A New Corpus to Support Text Mining for the Curation of Metabolites in the ChEBI Database
17.15-17.35 Aurélie Névéol, Antonio Jimeno Yepes, Mariana Neves and Karin Verspoor Parallel Corpora for the Biomedical Domain
17.35-17.55 Markus Zlabinger, Linda Andersson, Allan Hanbury, Michael Andersson, Vanessa Quasnik and Jon Brassey Medical Entity Corpus with PICO elements and Sentiment Analysis


Session O10 - MultiWord Expressions Chair: Francis Bond
16.35-16.55 Amir Hazem and Béatrice Daille Word Embedding Approach for Synonym Extraction of Multi-Word Terms
16.55-17.15 Will Roberts and Markus Egg A Large Automatically-Acquired All-Words List of Multiword Expressions Scored for Compositionality
17.15-17.35 Nasredine Semmar A Hybrid Approach for Automatic Extraction of Bilingual Multiword Expressions from Parallel Corpora
17.35-17.55 Ruchit Agrawal, Vighnesh Chenthil Kumar, Vigneshwaran Muralidaran and Dipti Sharma No more beating about the bush : A Step towards Idiom Handling for Indian Language NLP


Session O11 - Time & Space Chair: Kyoko Ohara
16.35-16.55 Sabyasachi Kamila, Asif Ekbal and Pushpak Bhattacharyya Sentence Level Temporality Detection using an Implicit Time-sensed Resource
16.55-17.15 Tomohiro Sakaguchi, Daisuke Kawahara and Sadao Kurohashi Comprehensive Annotation of Various Types of Temporal Information on the Time Axis
17.15-17.35 Tommaso Caselli and Roser Morante Systems’ Agreements and Disagreements in Temporal Processing: An Extensive Error Analysis of the TempEval-3 Task
17.35-17.55 Alakananda Vempala and Eduardo Blanco Annotating Temporally-Anchored Spatial Knowledge by Leveraging Syntactic Dependencies


Session O12 - Computer Assisted Language Learning Chair: Zygmunt Vetulani
16.35-16.55 Dirk De Hertog and Piet Desmet Contextualized Usage-Based Material Selection
16.55-17.15 Hiyon Yoo and Inyoung Kim CBFC: a parallel L2 speech corpus for Korean and French learners
17.15-17.35 Rodrigo Wilkens, Leonardo Zilio and Cédrick Fairon SW4ALL: a CEFR Classified and Aligned Corpus for Language Learning
17.35-17.55 Solen Quiniou and Béatrice Daille Towards a Diagnosis of Textual Difficulties for Children with Dyslexia


DAY 1 Poster Sessions

Session P1 - Anaphora, Coreference Chair: Scott Piao
11.35-13.15 Montserrat Marimon, Lluís Padró and Jordi Turmo Coreference Resolution in FreeLing 4.0
11.35-13.15 Ina Roesiger BASHI: A Corpus of Wall Street Journal Articles Annotated with Bridging Links
11.35-13.15 Bruno Oberle SACR: A Drag-and-Drop Based Tool for Coreference Annotation
11.35-13.15 Bartłomiej Nitoń, Paweł Morawiecki and Maciej Ogrodniczuk Deep Neural Networks for Coreference Resolution for Polish
11.35-13.15 Veronika Vincze, Klára Hegedűs, Alex Sliz-Nagy and Richárd Farkas SzegedKoref: A Hungarian Coreference Corpus
11.35-13.15 Wasi Ahmad and Kai-Wei Chang A Corpus to Learn Refer-to-as Relations for Nominals
11.35-13.15 Julien Plu, Roman Prokofyev, Alberto Tonon, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, Djellel Eddine Difallah, Raphael Troncy and Giuseppe Rizzo Sanaphor++: Combining Deep Neural Networks with Semantics for Coreference Resolution
11.35-13.15 Loïc Grobol, Isabelle Tellier, Eric De La Clergerie, Marco Dinarelli and Frédéric Landragin ANCOR-AS: Enriching the ANCOR Corpus with Syntactic Annotations
11.35-13.15 Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski, Christian Hardmeier and Pauline Krielke ParCorFull: a Parallel Corpus Annotated with Full Coreference


Session P2 - Collaborative Resource Construction & Crowdsourcing Chair: Asad Sayeed
11.35-13.15 Bartosz Ziółko, Piotr Żelasko, Ireneusz Gawlik, Tomasz Pędzimąż and Tomasz Jadczyk An Application for Building a Polish Telephone Speech Corpus
11.35-13.15 Shinnosuke Takamichi and Hiroshi Saruwatari CPJD Corpus: Crowdsourced Parallel Speech Corpus of Japanese Dialects
11.35-13.15 Kevin Yancey and Yves Lepage Korean L2 Vocabulary Prediction: Can a Large Annotated Corpus be Used to Train Better Models for Predicting Unknown Words?
11.35-13.15 Adeline Granet, Benjamin Hervy, Geoffrey Roman-Jimenez, Marouane Hachicha, Emmanuel Morin, Harold Mouchère, Solen Quiniou, Guillaume Raschia, Françoise Rubellin and Christian Viard-Gaudin Crowdsourcing-based Annotation of the Accounting Registers of the Italian Comedy
11.35-13.15 Leonidas Lefakis, Alan Akbik and Roland Vollgraf FEIDEGGER: A Multi-modal Corpus of Fashion Images and Descriptions in German
11.35-13.15 Alice Millour and Karën Fort Toward a Lightweight Solution for Less-resourced Languages: Creating a POS Tagger for Alsatian Using Voluntary Crowdsourcing
11.35-13.15 Akihiro Katsuta and Kazuhide Yamamoto Crowdsourced Corpus of Sentence Simplification with Core Vocabulary
11.35-13.15 Iris Hendrickx, Eirini Takoulidou, Thanasis Naskos, Katia Lida Kermanidis, Vilelmini Sosoni, Hugo De Vos, Maria Stasimioti, Menno Van Zaanen, Panayota Georgakopoulou, Valia Kordoni, Maja Popovic, Markus Egg and Antal Van den Bosch A Multilingual Wikified Data Set of Educational Material
11.35-13.15 Amarsanaa Ganbold, Altangerel Chagnaa and Gábor Bella Using Crowd Agreement for Wordnet Localization
11.35-13.15 Vilelmini Sosoni, Katia Lida Kermanidis, Maria Stasimioti, Thanasis Naskos, Eirini Takoulidou, Menno Van Zaanen, Sheila Castilho, Panayota Georgakopoulou, Valia Kordoni and Markus Egg Translation Crowdsourcing: Creating a Multilingual Corpus of Online Educational Content
11.35-13.15 Yo Ehara Building an English Vocabulary Knowledge Dataset of Japanese English-as-a-Second-Language Learners Using Crowdsourcing


Session P3 - Information Extraction, Information Retrieval, Text Analytics (1) Chair: Hikaru Yokono
11.35-13.15 Linrui Zhang and Dan Moldovan Chinese Relation Classification using Long Short Term Memory Networks
11.35-13.15 Binyang Li, Jun Xiang, Le Chen, Xu Han, Xiaoyan Yu, Ruifeng Xu, Tengjiao Wang and Kam-Fai Wong The UIR Uncertainty Corpus for Chinese: Annotating Chinese Microblog Corpus for Uncertainty Identification from Social Media
11.35-13.15 Tao Ge, Lei Cui, Baobao Chang, Zhifang Sui, Furu Wei and Ming Zhou EventWiki: A Knowledge Base of Major Events
11.35-13.15 Anna Koroleva and Patrick Paroubek Annotating Spin in Biomedical Scientific Publications : the case of Random Controlled Trials (RCTs)
11.35-13.15 Ryusei Matsumoto, Minoru Yoshida, Kazuyuki Matsumoto, Hironobu Matsuda and Kenji Kita Visualization of the occurrence trend of infectious diseases using Twitter
11.35-13.15 Matej Martinc and Senja Pollak Reusable workflows for gender prediction
11.35-13.15 Armin Hoenen and Niko Schenk Knowing the Author by the Company His Words Keep
11.35-13.15 Andrea Zielinski and Peter Mutschke Towards a Gold Standard Corpus for Variable Detection and Linking in Social Science Publications
11.35-13.15 Jannik Strötgen, Anne-Lyse Minard, Lukas Lange, Manuela Speranza and Bernardo Magnini KRAUTS: A German Temporally Annotated News Corpus


Session P4 - Infrastructural Issues/Large Projects (1) Chair: Denise Di Persio
11.35-13.15 Daniel Khashabi, Mark Sammons, Ben Zhou, Tom Redman, Christos Christodoulopoulos, Vivek Srikumar, Nickolas Rizzolo, Lev Ratinov, Guanheng Luo, Quang Do, Chen-Tse Tsai, Subhro Roy, Stephen Mayhew, Zhili Feng, John Wieting, Xiaodong Yu, Yangqiu Song, Shashank Gupta, Shyam Upadhyay, Naveen Arivazhagan, Qiang Ning, Shaoshi Ling and Dan Roth CogCompNLP: Your Swiss Army Knife for NLP
11.35-13.15 Jan Nehring and Felix Sasaki A Framework for the Needs of Different Types of Users in Multilingual Semantic Enrichment
11.35-13.15 Roberto Bartolini, Sara Goggi, Monica Monachini and Gabriella Pardelli The LREC Workshops Map
11.35-13.15 Markus Gärtner, Uli Hahn and Sibylle Hermann Preserving Workflow Reproducibility: The RePlay-DH Client as a Tool for Process Documentation
11.35-13.15 Christian Chiarcos and Niko Schenk The ACoLi CoNLL Libraries: Beyond Tab-Separated Values
11.35-13.15 Balázs Indig, András Simonyi and Noémi Ligeti-Nagy What's Wrong, Python? -- A Visual Differ and Graph Library for NLP in Python


Session P5 - Knowledge Discovery/Representation Chair: Dan Tufiș
11.35-13.15 Shuo Wang, Zehui Hao, Xiaofeng Meng and Qiuyue Wang ScholarGraph:a Chinese Knowledge Graph of Chinese Scholars
11.35-13.15 Stefano Faralli, Alexander Panchenko, Chris Biemann and Simone Paolo Ponzetto Enriching Frame Representations with Distributionally Induced Senses
11.35-13.15 Thierry Declerck, Kseniya Egorova and Eileen Schnur An Integrated Formal Representation for Terminological and Lexical Data included in Classification Schemes
11.35-13.15 Alessandro Panunzi, Lorenzo Gregori and Andrea Amelio Ravelli One event, many representations. Mapping action concepts through visual features.
11.35-13.15 Ada Wan Tel(s)-Telle(s)-Signs: Highly Accurate Automatic Crosslingual Hypernym Discovery


Session P6 - Opinion Mining / Sentiment Analysis (1) Chair: Cristina Bosco
11.35-13.15 Michael Wiegand, Sylvette Loda and Josef Ruppenhofer Disambiguation of Verbal Shifters
11.35-13.15 Luwen Huangfu and Mihai Surdeanu Bootstrapping Polar-Opposite Emotion Dimensions from Online Reviews
11.35-13.15 Pavithra Rajendran, Danushka Bollegala and Simon Parsons Sentiment-Stance-Specificity (SSS) Dataset: Identifying Support-based Entailment among Opinions.
11.35-13.15 Rama Rohit Reddy Gangula and Radhika Mamidi Resource Creation Towards Automated Sentiment Analysis in Telugu (a low resource language) and Integrating Multiple Domain Sources to Enhance Sentiment Prediction
11.35-13.15 Mohammed Attia, Younes Samih, Ali Elkahky and Laura Kallmeyer Multilingual Multi-class Sentiment Classification Using Convolutional Neural Networks
11.35-13.15 Mikhail Khodak, Nikunj Saunshi and Kiran Vodrahalli A Large Self-Annotated Corpus for Sarcasm
11.35-13.15 Akari Asai, Sara Evensen, Behzad Golshan, Alon Halevy, Vivian Li, Andrei Lopatenko, Daniela Stepanov, Yoshihiko Suhara, Wang-Chiew Tan and Yinzhan Xu HappyDB: A Corpus of 100,000 Crowdsourced Happy Moments
11.35-13.15 Jeremy Barnes, Toni Badia and Patrik Lambert MultiBooked: A Corpus of Basque and Catalan Hotel Reviews Annotated for Aspect-level Sentiment Classification


Session P7 - Social Media Processing (1) Chair: Paul Cook
11.35-13.15 Henrique Santos, Vinicius Woloszyn and Renata Vieira BlogSet-BR: A Brazilian Portuguese Blog Corpus
11.35-13.15 Thomas Proisl SoMeWeTa: A Part-of-Speech Tagger for German Social Media and Web Texts
11.35-13.15 Gideon Mendels, Victor Soto, Aaron Jaech and Julia Hirschberg Collecting Code-Switched Data from Social Media
11.35-13.15 Giulia Donato and Patrizia Paggio Classifying the Informative Behaviour of Emoji in Microblogs
11.35-13.15 Rob Van der Goot, Rik Van Noord and Gertjan Van Noord A Taxonomy for In-depth Evaluation of Normalization for User Generated Content
11.35-13.15 Arun Sharma and Tomek Strzalkowski Gaining and Losing Influence in Online Conversation
11.35-13.15 Wajdi Zaghouani and Anis Charfi Arap-Tweet: A Large Multi-Dialect Twitter Corpus for Gender, Age and Language Variety Identification


Session P8 - Character Recognition and Annotation Chair: Jordi Turmo
14.35-16.15 Nadezda Okinina, Lionel Nicolas and Verena Lyding Transc&Anno: A Graphical Tool for the Transcription and On-the-Fly Annotation of Handwritten Documents
14.35-16.15 Vivi Nastase and Julian Hitschler Correction of OCR Word Segmentation Errors in Articles from the ACL Collection through Neural Machine Translation Methods
14.35-16.15 Armin Hoenen From Manuscripts to Archetypes through Iterative Clustering
14.35-16.15 Kenji Yamauchi, Hajime Yamamoto and Wakaha Mori Building A Handwritten Cuneiform Character Imageset
14.35-16.15 Michael Wayne Goodman, Ryan Georgi and Fei Xia PDF-to-Text Reanalysis for Linguistic Data Mining


Session P9 - Conversational Systems/Dialogue/Chatbots/Human-Robot Interaction (1) Chair: Leo Wanner
14.35-16.15 Patrik Jonell, Catharine Oertel, Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, Jonas Beskow and Joakim Gustafson Crowdsourced Multimodal Corpora Collection Tool
14.35-16.15 Juliana Miehle, Nadine Gerstenlauer, Daniel Ostler, Hubertus Feußner, Wolfgang Minker and Stefan Ultes Expert Evaluation of a Spoken Dialogue System in a Clinical Operating Room
14.35-16.15 Kiyoaki Shirai and Tomotaka Fukuoka JAIST Annotated Corpus of Free Conversation
14.35-16.15 Volha Petukhova, Andrei Malchanau, Youssef Oualil, Dietrich Klakow, Saturnino Luz, Fasih Haider, Nick Campbell, Dimitris Koryzis, Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Pierre Albert, Nicklas Linz and Jan Alexandersson The Metalogue Debate Trainee Corpus: Data Collection and Annotations
14.35-16.15 Andrei Malchanau, Volha Petukhova and Harry Bunt Towards Continuous Dialogue Corpus Creation: writing to corpus and generating from it
14.35-16.15 Andreas Liesenfeld MYCanCor: A Video Corpus of spoken Malaysian Cantonese
14.35-16.15 Todd Shore, Theofronia Androulakaki and Gabriel Skantze KTH Tangrams: A Dataset for Research on Alignment and Conceptual Pacts in Task-Oriented Dialogue
14.35-16.15 Louisa Pragst, Niklas Rach, Wolfgang Minker and Stefan Ultes On the Vector Representation of Utterances in Dialogue Context
14.35-16.15 Laura García-Sardiña, Manex Serras and Arantza Del Pozo ES-Port: a Spontaneous Spoken Human-Human Technical Support Corpus for Dialogue Research in Spanish
14.35-16.15 Soumia Dermouche and Catherine Pelachaud From analysis to modeling of engagement as sequences of multimodal behaviors


Session P10 - Digital Humanities Chair: Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio
14.35-16.15 Adrien Barbaresi A corpus of German political speeches from the 21st century
14.35-16.15 Andrew Frank and Christine IVANOVIC Building Literary Corpora for Computational Literary Analysis - A Prototype to Bridge the Gap between CL and DH
14.35-16.15 Garland McNew, Curdin Derungs and Steven Moran Towards faithfully visualizing global linguistic diversity
14.35-16.15 Andreas Blätte and Andre Blessing The GermaParl Corpus of Parliamentary Protocols
14.35-16.15 Adam Ek, Mats Wirén, Robert Östling, Kristina Nilsson Björkenstam, Gintare Grigonyte and Sofia Gustafson Capková Identifying Speakers and Addressees in Dialogues Extracted from Literary Fiction


Session P11 - Lexicon (1) Chair: Francesca Frontini
14.35-16.15 Chi-Yen Chen and Wei-Yun Ma Word Embedding Evaluation Datasets and Wikipedia Title Embedding for Chinese
14.35-16.15 ABIDI Karima and Kamel Smaili An Automatic Learning of an Algerian Dialect Lexicon by using Multilingual Word Embeddings
14.35-16.15 Claire Broad, Helen Langone and David Guy Brizan Candidate Ranking for Maintenance of an Online Dictionary
14.35-16.15 Serge Sharoff Language adaptation experiments via cross-lingual embeddings for related languages
14.35-16.15 Zdenka Uresova, Eva Fucikova, Eva Hajicova and Jan Hajic Tools for Building an Interlinked Synonym Lexicon Network
14.35-16.15 Jack Halpern Very Large-Scale Lexical Resources to Enhance Chinese and Japanese Machine Translation
14.35-16.15 Mika Hämäläinen, Liisa Lotta Tarvainen and Jack Rueter Combining Concepts and Their Translations from Structured Dictionaries of Uralic Minority Languages
14.35-16.15 Tsung-Han Yang, Hen-Hsen Huang, An-Zi Yen and Hsin-Hsi Chen Transfer of Frames from English FrameNet to Construct Chinese FrameNet: A Bilingual Corpus-Based Approach
14.35-16.15 Luise Dürlich and Thomas Francois EFLLex: A Graded Lexical Resource for Learners of English as a Foreign Language


Session P12 - Machine Translation, SpeechToSpeech Translation (1) Chair: Laurent Besacier
14.35-16.15 Inigo Jauregi Unanue, Lierni Garmendia Arratibel, Ehsan Zare Borzeshi and Massimo Piccardi English-Basque Statistical and Neural Machine Translation
14.35-16.15 Vivien Macketanz, Renlong Ai, Aljoscha Burchardt and Hans Uszkoreit TQ-AutoTest – An Automated Test Suite for (Machine) Translation Quality
14.35-16.15 Yang Zhao, Jiajun Zhang and Chengqing Zong Exploiting Pre-Ordering for Neural Machine Translation
14.35-16.15 Gyu Hyeon Choi, Jong Hun Shin and Young Kil Kim Improving a Multi-Source Neural Machine Translation Model with Corpus Extension for Low-Resource Languages
14.35-16.15 Zi-Yi Dou, Hao Zhou, Shu-Jian Huang, Xin-Yu Dai and Jia-Jun Chen Dynamic Oracle for Neural Machine Translation in Decoding Phase
14.35-16.15 Xiaoqing Li, Jiajun Zhang and Chengqing Zong One Sentence One Model for Neural Machine Translation
14.35-16.15 Go Inoue, Nizar Habash, Yuji Matsumoto and Hiroyuki Aoyama A Parallel Corpus of Arabic-Japanese News Articles
14.35-16.15 Marzieh Fadaee, Arianna Bisazza and Christof Monz Examining the Tip of the Iceberg: A Data Set for Idiom Translation
14.35-16.15 Mihael Arcan, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, John Philip McCrae and Paul Buitelaar Automatic Enrichment of Terminological Resources: the IATE RDF Example
14.35-16.15 Winston Wu and David Yarowsky A Comparative Study of Extremely Low-Resource Transliteration of the World’s Languages
14.35-16.15 Adarsh Kumar, Sandipan Dandapat and Sushil Chordia Translating Web Search Queries into Natural Language Questions


Session P13 - Semantics (1) Chair: Kyoko Kanzaki
14.35-16.15 Yuya Sakaizawa and Mamoru Komachi Construction of a Japanese Word Similarity Dataset
14.35-16.15 Olga Majewska, Diana McCarthy, Ivan Vulić and Anna Korhonen Acquiring Verb Classes Through Bottom-Up Semantic Verb Clustering
14.35-16.15 Haoyue Shi, Xihao Wang, Yuqi Sun and Junfeng Hu Constructing High Quality Sense-specific Corpus and Word Embedding via Unsupervised Elimination of Pseudo Multi-sense
14.35-16.15 Samar Haider Urdu Word Embeddings
14.35-16.15 Mika Hasegawa, Tetsunori Kobayashi and Yoshihiko Hayashi Social Image Tags as a Source of Word Embeddings: A Task-oriented Evaluation
14.35-16.15 Rafael Anchiêta and Thiago Pardo Towards AMR-BR: A SemBank for Brazilian Portuguese Language
14.35-16.15 Scott Piao, Paul Rayson, Dawn Knight and Gareth Watkins Towards a Welsh Semantic Annotation System
14.35-16.15 Gabriel Marzinotto, Jeremy Auguste, Frederic Bechet, Géraldine Damnati and Alexis Nasr Semantic Frame Parsing for Information Extraction : the CALOR corpus
14.35-16.15 Kathleen Ahrens, Huiheng Zeng and Shun-han Rebekah Wong Using a Corpus of English and Chinese Political Speeches for Metaphor Analysis
14.35-16.15 João Sequeira, Teresa Gonçalves, Paulo Quaresma, Amália Mendes and Iris Hendrickx A Multi- versus a Single-classifier Approach for the Identification of Modality in the Portuguese Language


Session P14 - Word Sense Disambiguation Chair: Maite Melero
14.35-16.15 Rui Suzuki, Kanako Komiya, Masayuki Asahara, Minoru Sasaki and Hiroyuki Shinnou All-words Word Sense Disambiguation Using Concept Embeddings
14.35-16.15 Stefano Melacci, Achille Globo and Leonardo Rigutini Enhancing Modern Supervised Word Sense Disambiguation Models by Semantic Lexical Resources
14.35-16.15 Dmitry Ustalov, Denis Teslenko, Alexander Panchenko, Mikhail Chersnoskutov, Chris Biemann and Simone Paolo Ponzetto An Unsupervised Word Sense Disambiguation System for Under-Resourced Languages
14.35-16.15 Kijong Han, Sangha Nam, Jiseong Kim, Younggyun Hahm and KEY-SUN CHOI Unsupervised Korean Word Sense Disambiguation using CoreNet
14.35-16.15 Loïc Vial, Benjamin Lecouteux and Didier Schwab UFSAC: Unification of Sense Annotated Corpora and Tools
14.35-16.15 Steffen Remus and Chris Biemann Retrofitting Word Representations for Unsupervised Sense Aware Word Similarities
14.35-16.15 Tolga Uslu, Alexander Mehler, Daniel Baumartz, Alexander Henlein and Wahed Hemati FastSense: An Efficient Word Sense Disambiguation Classifier


Session P15 - Annotation Methods and Tools Chair: Ron Artstein
16.35-17.55 Angus Forbes, Kristine Lee, Gus Hahn-Powell, Marco A. Valenzuela-Escarcega and Mihai Surdeanu Text Annotation Graphs: Annotating Complex Natural Language Phenomena
16.35-17.55 Arianne Reimerink and Pilar León-Araúz Manzanilla: An Image Annotation Tool for TKB Building
16.35-17.55 Rashel Fam and Yves Lepage Tools for The Production of Analogical Grids and a Resource of N-gram Analogical Grids in 11 Languages
16.35-17.55 Costanza Navarretta The Automatic Annotation of the Semiotic Type of Hand Gestures in Obama' s Humorous Speeches
16.35-17.55 Fahad AlGhamdi and Mona Diab WASA: A Web Application for Sequence Annotation
16.35-17.55 Makoto Yamazaki, Yumi Miyazaki and Wakako Kashino Annotation and Quantitative Analysis of Speaker Information in Novel Conversation Sentences in Japanese
16.35-17.55 Hiroyuki Shindo, Yohei Munesada and Yuji Matsumoto PDFAnno: a Web-based Linguistic Annotation Tool for PDF Documents
16.35-17.55 Markus Gärtner and Jonas Kuhn A Lightweight Modeling Middleware for Corpus Processing
16.35-17.55 Adeline Nazarenko, Francois Levy and Adam Wyner An Annotation Language for Semantic Search of Legal Sources
16.35-17.55 Chantal Van Son, Oana Inel, Roser Morante, Lora Aroyo and Piek Vossen Resource Interoperability for Sustainable Benchmarking: The Case of Events
16.35-17.55 Salar Mohtaj, Behnam Roshanfekr, Atefeh Zafarian and Habibollah Asghari Parsivar: A Language Processing Toolkit for Persian
16.35-17.55 Erwan Moreau and Carl Vogel Multilingual Word Segmentation: Training Many Language-Specific Tokenizers Smoothly Thanks to the Universal Dependencies Corpus
16.35-17.55 Hamdy Mubarak Build Fast and Accurate Lemmatization for Arabic


Session P16 - Corpus Creation, Annotation, Use (1) Chair: Prokopis Prokopidis
16.35-17.55 Reid Pryzant, Youngjoo Chung, Dan Jurafsky and Denny Britz JESC: Japanese-English Subtitle Corpus
16.35-17.55 Ricelli Ramos, Georges Neto, Barbara Silva, Danielle Monteiro, Ivandré Paraboni and Rafael Dias Building a Corpus for Personality-dependent Natural Language Understanding and Generation
16.35-17.55 Marijn Schraagen, Feike Dietz and Marjo Van Koppen Linguistic and Sociolinguistic Annotation of 17th Century Dutch Letters
16.35-17.55 Takumi Maruyama and Kazuhide Yamamoto Simplified Corpus with Core Vocabulary
16.35-17.55 Shilei Huang and Jiangqin Wu A Pragmatic Approach for Classical Chinese Word Segmentation
16.35-17.55 Sandeep Mathias and Pushpak Bhattacharyya ASAP++: Enriching the ASAP Automated Essay Grading Dataset with Essay Attribute Scores
16.35-17.55 Behnam Sabeti, Hossein Abedi Firouzjaee, Ali Janalizadeh Choobbasti, Seyed hani elamahdi Mortazavi Najafabadi and Amir Vaheb MirasText: An Automatically Generated Text Corpus for Persian
16.35-17.55 Verginica Barbu Mititelu, Dan Tufiș and Elena Irimia The Reference Corpus of the Contemporary Romanian Language (CoRoLa)
16.35-17.55 Sarah Masud Preum, Md. Rizwan Parvez, Kai-Wei Chang and John Stankovic A Corpus of Drug Usage Guidelines Annotated with Type of Advice
16.35-17.55 Maria Mitrofan and Dan Tufis BioRo: The Biomedical Corpus for the Romanian Language


Session P17 - Emotion Recognition/Generation Chair: Lluís Padró
16.35-17.55 Ian Wood, John Philip McCrae, Vladimir Andryushechkin and Paul Buitelaar A Comparison Of Emotion Annotation Schemes And A New Annotated Data Set
16.35-17.55 Ankush Khandelwal, Sahil Swami, Syed Sarfaraz Akhtar and Manish Shrivastava Humor Detection in English-Hindi Code-Mixed Social Media Content : Corpus and Baseline System
16.35-17.55 Koichiro Yoshino, Yoko Ishikawa, Masahiro Mizukami, Yu Suzuki, Sakriani Sakti and Satoshi Nakamura Dialogue Scenario Collection of Persuasive Dialogue with Emotional Expressions via Crowdsourcing
16.35-17.55 Ramy Eskander SentiArabic: A Sentiment Analyzer for Standard Arabic
16.35-17.55 Dmitrii Fedotov, Denis Ivanko, Maxim Sidorov and Wolfgang Minker Contextual Dependencies in Time-Continuous Multidimensional Affect Recognition
16.35-17.55 Saif Mohammad and Svetlana Kiritchenko WikiArt Emotions: An Annotated Dataset of Emotions Evoked by Art
16.35-17.55 Paul Rodrigues, Valerie Novak, C. Anton Rytting, Julie Yelle and Jennifer Boutz Arabic Data Science Toolkit: An API for Arabic Language Feature Extraction
16.35-17.55 Shabnam Tafreshi and Mona Diab Sentence and Clause Level Emotion Annotation, Detection, and Classification in a Multi-Genre Corpus


Session P18 - Ethics and Legal Issues Chair: Karën Fort
16.35-17.55 Dimitrios Kokkinakis, Kristina Lundholm Fors, Kathleen Fraser and Arto Nordlund A Swedish Cookie-Theft Corpus
16.35-17.55 Christina Lohr, Sven Buechel and Udo Hahn Sharing Copies of Synthetic Clinical Corpora without Physical Distribution — A Case Study to Get Around IPRs and Privacy Constraints Featuring the German JSYNCC Corpus
16.35-17.55 Richard Eckart de Castilho, Giulia Dore, Thomas Margoni, Penny Labropoulou and Iryna Gurevych A Legal Perspective on Training Models for Natural Language Processing


Session P19 - LR Infrastructures and Architectures Chair: Dieter van Uytvanck
16.35-17.55 Riccardo Del Gratta, Sara Goggi, Gabriella Pardelli and Nicoletta Calzolari LREMap, a Song of Resources and Evaluation
16.35-17.55 Henk Van den Heuvel, Erwin Komen and Nelleke Oostdijk Metadata Collection Records for Language Resources
16.35-17.55 Stelios Piperidis, Penny Labropoulou, Miltos Deligiannis and Maria Giagkou Managing Public Sector Data for Multilingual Applications Development
16.35-17.55 Erhard Hinrichs, Nancy Ide, James Pustejovsky, Jan Hajic, Marie Hinrichs, Mohammad Fazleh Elahi, Keith Suderman, Marc Verhagen, Kyeongmin Rim, Pavel Stranak and Jozef Misutka Bridging the LAPPS Grid and CLARIN
16.35-17.55 Shu-Kai HSIEH, Yu-Hsiang Tseng, Chi-Yao Lee and Chiung-Yu Chiang Fluid Annotation: A Granularity-aware Annotation Tool for Chinese Word Fluidity
16.35-17.55 Tamás Váradi, Eszter Simon, Bálint Sass, Iván Mittelholcz, Attila Novák, Balázs Indig, Richárd Farkas and Veronika Vincze E-magyar -- A Digital Language Processing System
16.35-17.55 Andreas Niekler, Arnim Bleier, Christian Kahmann, Lisa Posch, Gregor Wiedemann, Kenan Erdogan, Gerhard Heyer and Markus Strohmaier ILCM - A Virtual Research Infrastructure for Large-Scale Qualitative Data
16.35-17.55 Darja Fišer, Jakob Lenardič and Tomaž Erjavec CLARIN’s Key Resource Families
16.35-17.55 Juliano Efson Sales, Leonardo Souza, Siamak Barzegar, Brian Davis, André Freitas and Siegfried Handschuh Indra: A Word Embedding and Semantic Relatedness Server
16.35-17.55 Giuseppe Abrami and Alexander Mehler A UIMA Database Interface for Managing NLP-related Text Annotations
16.35-17.55 Andrea Lösch, Valérie Mapelli, Stelios Piperidis, Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Lilli Smal, Thierry Declerck, Eileen Schnur, Khalid Choukri and Josef Van Genabith European Language Resource Coordination: Collecting Language Resources for Public Sector Multilingual Information Management


DAY 2 Oral Sessions

Session I-O1 - Industry Track - Industrial systems Chair: Martin Jansche
9.45-10.05 Mārcis Pinnis, Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Rihards Kalniņš, Roberts Rozis, Raivis Skadiņš and Valters Šics Tilde MT Platform for Developing Client Specific MT Solutions
10.05-10.25 Kyle Gorman, Gleb Mazovetskiy and Vitaly Nikolaev Improving homograph disambiguation with supervised machine learning
10.25-10.45 Mason Chua, Daan Van Esch, Noah Coccaro, Eunjoon Cho, Sujeet Bhandari and Libin Jia Text Normalization Infrastructure that Scales to Hundreds of Language Varieties


Session O13 - Paraphrase & Semantics Chair: Udo Kruschwitz
9.45-10.05 Vivi Nastase, Devon Fritz and Anette Frank DeModify: A Dataset for Analyzing Contextual Constraints on Modifier Deletion
10.05-10.25 Mathias Creutz Open Subtitles Paraphrase Corpus for Six Languages
10.25-10.45 Vuk Batanović, Miloš Cvetanović and Boško Nikolić Fine-grained Semantic Textual Similarity for Serbian
10.45-11.05 Yuki Arase and Jun'ichi Tsujii SPADE: Evaluation Dataset for Monolingual Phrase Alignment
11.05-11.25 Venelin Kovatchev, Toni Marti and Maria Salamo ETPC - A Paraphrase Identification Corpus Annotated with Extended Paraphrase Typology and Negation


Session O14 - Emotion & Sentiment (2) Chair: Min Zhang
9.45-10.05 Marc Schulder, Michael Wiegand, Josef Ruppenhofer and Stephanie Köser Introducing a Lexicon of Verbal Polarity Shifters for English
10.05-10.25 Tetsuaki Nakamura and Daisuke Kawahara JFCKB: Japanese Feature Change Knowledge Base
10.25-10.45 Michael Wojatzki, Saif Mohammad, Torsten Zesch and Svetlana Kiritchenko Quantifying Qualitative Data for Understanding Controversial Issues
10.45-11.05 Omar Juárez Gambino, Hiram Calvo and Consuelo-Varinia García-Mendoza Distribution of Emotional Reactions to News Articles in Twitter
11.05-11.25 Ritesh Kumar, Aishwarya N. Reganti, Akshit Bhatia and Tushar Maheshwari Aggression-annotated Corpus of Hindi-English Code-mixed Data


Session O15 - Semantics & Lexicon (2) Chair: Reinhard Rapp
9.45-10.05 Zdenka Uresova, Eva Fucikova, Eva Hajicova and Jan Hajic Creating a Verb Synonym Lexicon Based on a Parallel Corpus
10.05-10.25 Farhad Nooralahzadeh, Lilja Øvrelid and Jan Tore Lønning Evaluation of Domain-specific Word Embeddings using Knowledge Resources
10.25-10.45 Chaya Liebeskind, Ido Dagan and Jonathan Schler Automatic Thesaurus Construction for Modern Hebrew
10.45-11.05 Jiseong Kim, Younggyun Hahm, Sunggoo Kwon and KEY-SUN CHOI Automatic Wordnet Mapping: from CoreNet to Princeton WordNet
11.05-11.25 Tim O'Gorman, Sameer Pradhan, Martha Palmer, Julia Bonn, Kathryn Conger and James Gung The New Propbank: Aligning Propbank with AMR through POS Unification


Session O16 - Bilingual Speech Corpora & Code-Switching Chair: Christopher Cieri
9.45-10.05 Marjoleine Sloos, Eduard Drenth and Wilbert Heeringa The Boarnsterhim Corpus: A Bilingual Frisian-Dutch Panel and Trend Study
10.05-10.25 Amazouz Djegdjiga, Martine Adda-Decker and Lori Lamel The French-Algerian Code-Switching Triggered audio corpus (FACST)
10.25-10.45 Jean-Philippe Goldman, Simon Clematide, Mathieu Avanzi and Raphaël Tandler Strategies and Challenges for Crowdsourcing Regional Dialect Perception Data for Swiss German and Swiss French
10.45-11.05 Ayushi Pandey, Brij Mohan Lal Srivastava, Rohit Kumar, Bhanu Teja Nellore, Kasi Sai Teja and Suryakanth V Gangashetty Phonetically Balanced Code-Mixed Speech Corpus for Hindi-English Automatic Speech Recognition
11.05-11.25 Siyou Liu, Longyue Wang and Chao-Hong Liu Chinese-Portuguese Machine Translation: A Study on Building Parallel Corpora from Comparable Texts


Session O17 - Evaluation Methodologies Chair: Maciej Piasecki
11.45-12.05 Morgan Ulinski, Bob Coyne and Julia Hirschberg Evaluating the WordsEye Text-to-Scene System: Imaginative and Realistic Sentences
12.05-12.25 Pierre-Alexandre Broux, David Doukhan, Simon Petitrenaud, Sylvain Meignier and Jean Carrive Computer-assisted Speaker Diarization: How to Evaluate Human Corrections
12.25-12.45 Masatoshi Tsuchiya Performance Impact Caused by Hidden Bias of Training Data for Recognizing Textual Entailment
12.45-13.05 Lukas Svoboda and Slobodan Beliga Evaluation of Croatian Word Embeddings


Session O18 - Semantics Chair: James Pustejovsky
11.45-12.05 Mostafa Bayomi and Seamus Lawless C-HTS: A Concept-based Hierarchical Text Segmentation approach
12.05-12.25 Austin Blodgett and Nathan Schneider Semantic Supersenses for English Possessives
12.25-12.45 Natalie Parde and Rodney Nielsen A Corpus of Metaphor Novelty Scores for Syntactically-Related Word Pairs
12.45-13.05 Alexander Panchenko, Dmitry Ustalov, Stefano Faralli, Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Chris Biemann Improving Hypernymy Extraction with Distributional Semantic Classes


Session O19 - Information Extraction & Neural Networks Chair: Bernardo Magnini
11.45-12.05 Jeremy Getman, Joe Ellis, Stephanie Strassel, Zhiyi Song and Jennifer Tracey Laying the Groundwork for Knowledge Base Population: Nine Years of Linguistic Resources for TAC KBP
12.05-12.25 Angrosh Mandya, Danushka Bollegala, Frans Coenen and Katie Atkinson A Dataset for Inter-Sentence Relation Extraction using Distant Supervision
12.25-12.45 Jakub Náplava, Milan Straka, Pavel Straňák and Jan Hajic Diacritics Restoration Using Neural Networks
12.45-13.05 Radu Ion, Elena Irimia and Verginica Barbu Mititelu Ensemble Romanian Dependency Parsing with Neural Networks


Session O20 - Dialogue, Emotion, Multimodality Chair: Nick Campbell
11.45-12.05 Austin Baird, Anissa Hamza and Daniel Hardt Classifying Sluice Occurrences in Dialogue
12.05-12.25 Masahiro Araki, Sayaka Tomimasu, Mikio Nakano, Kazunori Komatani, Shogo Okada, Shinya Fujie and Hiroaki Sugiyama Collection of Multimodal Dialog Data and Analysis of the Result of Annotation of Users' Interest Level
12.25-12.45 Alicia Lotz, Klas Ihme, Audrey Charnoz, Pantelis Maroudis, Ivan Dmitriev and Andreas Wendemuth Recognizing Behavioral Factors while Driving: A Real-World Multimodal Corpus to Monitor the Driver’s Affective State
12.45-13.05 Chao-Chun Hsu, Sheng-Yeh Chen, Chuan-Chun Kuo, Ting-Hao Huang and Lun-Wei Ku EmotionLines: An Emotion Corpus of Multi-Party Conversations


Session I-O2 - Industry Track - Human computation in industry Chair: Kyle Gorman
14.50-15.10 Dietmar Schabus and Marcin Skowron Academic-Industrial Perspective on the Development and Deployment of a Moderation System for a Newspaper Website
15.10-15.30 Christina Funk, Michael Tseng, Ravindran Rajakumar and Linne Ha Community-Driven Crowdsourcing: Data Collection with Local Developers
15.30-15.50 Jaka Aris Eko Wibawa, Supheakmungkol Sarin, Chenfang Li, Knot Pipatsrisawat, Keshan Sodimana, Oddur Kjartansson, Alexander Gutkin, Martin Jansche and Linne Ha Building Open Javanese and Sundanese Corpora for Multilingual Text-to-Speech


Session O21 - Discourse & Argumentation Chair: Costanza Navarretta
14.50-15.10 Silvana Hartmann, Monojit Choudhury and Kalika Bali An Integrated Representation of Linguistic and Social Functions of Code-Switching
15.10-15.30 Joonsuk Park and Claire Cardie A Corpus of eRulemaking User Comments for Measuring Evaluability of Arguments
15.30-15.50 Elena Musi, Manfred Stede, Leonard Kriese, Smaranda Muresan and Andrea Rocci A Multi-layer Annotated Corpus of Argumentative Text: From Argument Schemes to Discourse Relations
15.50-16.10 Eva Hajicova and Jiří Mírovský Discourse Coherence Through the Lens of an Annotated Text Corpus: A Case Study
16.10-16.30 Eric Malmi, Daniele Pighin, Sebastian Krause and Mikhail Kozhevnikov Automatic Prediction of Discourse Connectives


Session O22 - Less-Resourced & Ancient Languages Chair: Mark Liberman
14.50-15.10 Pasindu Tennage, Prabath Sandaruwan, Malith Thilakarathne, Achini Herath and Surangika Ranathunga Handling Rare Word Problem using Synthetic Training Data for Sinhala and Tamil Neural Machine Translation
15.10-15.30 Egidio Marsico, Sebastien Flavier, Annemarie Verkerk and Steven Moran BDPROTO: A Database of Phonological Inventories from Ancient and Reconstructed Languages
15.30-15.50 Winston Wu, Nidhi Vyas and David Yarowsky Creating a Translation Matrix of the Bible’s Names Across 591 Languages
15.50-16.10 Vikas Reddy, Amrith Krishna, Vishnu Sharma, Prateek Gupta, Vineeth M R and Pawan Goyal Building a Word Segmenter for Sanskrit Overnight
16.10-16.30 Kira Griffitt, Jennifer Tracey, Ann Bies and Stephanie Strassel Simple Semantic Annotation and Situation Frames: Two Approaches to Basic Text Understanding in LORELEI


Session O23 - Semantics & Evaluation Chair: Gerard de Melo
14.50-15.10 Claire Bonial, Bianca Badarau, Kira Griffitt, Ulf Hermjakob, Kevin Knight, Tim O'Gorman, Martha Palmer and Nathan Schneider Abstract Meaning Representation of Constructions: The More We Include, the Better the Representation
15.10-15.30 Rik Van Noord, Lasha Abzianidze, Hessel Haagsma and Johan Bos Evaluating Scoped Meaning Representations
15.30-15.50 Tommaso Pasini, Francesco Elia and Roberto Navigli Huge Automatically Extracted Training-Sets for Multilingual Word SenseDisambiguation
15.50-16.10 Alexis Conneau and Douwe Kiela SentEval: An Evaluation Toolkit for Universal Sentence Representations
16.10-16.30 Steven Neale A Survey on Automatically-Constructed WordNets and their Evaluation: Lexical and Word Embedding-based Approaches


Session O24 - Multimodal & Written Corpora Chair: Erhard Hinrichs
14.50-15.10 Dimitri Metaxas, Mark Dilsizian and Carol Neidle Linguistically-driven Framework for Computationally Efficient and Scalable Sign Recognition
15.10-15.30 Lei Chen, Sylvie Gibet and Camille Marteau CONDUCT: An Expressive Conducting Gesture Dataset for Sound Control
15.30-15.50 Vishwash Batra, Yulan He and George Vogiatzis Neural Caption Generation for News Images
15.50-16.10 Sudipta Kar, Suraj Maharjan, Adrian Pastor López Monroy and Thamar Solorio MPST: A Corpus of Movie Plot Synopses with Tags
16.10-16.30 Pierre Lison, Jörg Tiedemann and Milen Kouylekov OpenSubtitles2018: Statistical Rescoring of Sentence Alignments in Large, Noisy Parallel Corpora


Session O25 - Social Media & Evaluation Chair: Nasredine Semmar
16.50-17.10 Xuancheng Ren, Xu SUN, Ji Wen, Bingzhen Wei, Weidong Zhan and Zhiyuan Zhang Building an Ellipsis-aware Chinese Dependency Treebank for Web Text
17.10-17.30 Cyril Goutte, Yunli Wang, FangMing Liao, Zachary Zanussi, Samuel Larkin and Yuri Grinberg EuroGames16: Evaluating Change Detection in Online Conversation
17.30-17.50 Deepak Gupta, Asif Ekbal and Pushpak Bhattacharyya A Deep Neural Network based Approach for Entity Extraction in Code-Mixed Indian Social Media Text
17.50-18.10 Manuela Sanguinetti, Cristina Bosco, Alberto Lavelli, Alessandro Mazzei, Oronzo Antonelli and Fabio Tamburini PoSTWITA-UD: an Italian Twitter Treebank in Universal Dependencies
18.10-18.30 Vivek Reddy Doudagiri, Alakananda Vempala and Eduardo Blanco Annotating If the Authors of a Tweet are Located at the Locations They Tweet About


Session O26 - Standards, Validation, Workflows Chair: Yohei Murakami
16.50-17.10 Thomas Kisler and Florian Schiel MOCCA: Measure of Confidence for Corpus Analysis - Automatic Reliability Check of Transcript and Automatic Segmentation
17.10-17.30 Harry Bunt, James Pustejovsky and Kiyong Lee Towards an ISO Standard for the Annotation of Quantification
17.30-17.50 Piotr Banski, Susanne Haaf and Martin Mueller Lightweight Grammatical Annotation in the TEI: New Perspectives
17.50-18.10 Ayla Rigouts Terryn, Veronique Hoste and Els Lefever A Gold Standard for Multilingual Automatic Term Extraction from Comparable Corpora: Term Structure and Translation Equivalents
18.10-18.30 Claus Zinn, Wei Qui, Marie Hinrichs, Emanuel Dima and Alexandr Chernov Handling Big Data and Sensitive Data Using EUDAT's Generic Execution Framework and the WebLicht Workflow Engine.


Session O27 - Treebanks & Parsing Chair: Wenliang Chen
16.50-17.10 Alexander Panchenko, Eugen Ruppert, Stefano Faralli, Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Chris Biemann Building a Web-Scale Dependency-Parsed Corpus from CommonCrawl
17.10-17.30 Masayuki Asahara, Hiroshi Kanayama, Takaaki Tanaka, Yusuke Miyao, Sumire Uematsu, Shinsuke Mori, Yuji Matsumoto, Mai Omura and Yugo Murawaki Universal Dependencies Version 2 for Japanese
17.30-17.50 Debopam Das and Manfred Stede Developing the Bangla RST Discourse Treebank
17.50-18.10 Marcin Woliński, Elżbieta Hajnicz and Tomasz Bartosiak A New Version of the Składnica Treebank of Polish Harmonised with the Walenty Valency Dictionary
18.10-18.30 Kira Droganova, Daniel Zeman, Jenna Kanerva and Filip Ginter Parse Me if You Can: Artificial Treebanks for Parsing Experiments on Elliptical Constructions


Session O28 - Morphology & Lexicons Chair: Tamás Varádi
16.50-17.10 Mateusz Lango, Magda Sevcikova and Zdeněk Žabokrtský Semi-Automatic Construction of Word-Formation Networks (for Polish and Spanish)
17.10-17.30 Benoît Sagot A multilingual collection of CoNLL-U-compatible morphological lexicons
17.30-17.50 Christo Kirov, Ryan Cotterell, John Sylak-Glassman, Géraldine Walther, Ekaterina Vylomova, Patrick Xia, Manaal Faruqui, Sebastian Mielke, Arya D. McCarthy, Sandra Kübler, David Yarowsky, Jason Eisner and Mans Hulden UniMorph 2.0: Universal Morphology
17.50-18.10 Olga Lovick, Christopher Cox, Miikka Silfverberg, Antti Arppe and Mans Hulden A Computational Architecture for the Morphology of Upper Tanana
18.10-18.30 Piotr Żelasko Expanding Abbreviations in a Strongly Inflected Language: Are Morphosyntactic Tags Sufficient?


DAY 2 Poster Sessions

Session P20 - Bibliometrics, Scientometrics, Infometrics Chair: Richard Eckart de Castilho
9.45-11.25 Michael Färber, Alexander Thiemann and Adam Jatowt A High-Quality Gold Standard for Citation-based Tasks
9.45-11.25 Joseph Mariani, Gil Francopoulo and Patrick Paroubek Measuring Innovation in Speech and Language Processing Publications.
9.45-11.25 Daniel Ferrés, Horacio Saggion, Francesco Ronzano and Àlex Bravo PDFdigest: an Adaptable Layout-Aware PDF-to-XML Textual Content Extractor for Scientific Articles
9.45-11.25 Eric Kergosien, Amin Farvardin, Maguelonne Teisseire, Marie-Noelle BESSAGNET, Joachim Schöpfel, Stéphane Chaudiron, Bernard Jacquemin, Annig Lacayrelle, Mathieu Roche, Christian Sallaberry and Jean-Philippe Tonneau Automatic Identification of Research Fields in Scientific Papers


Session P21 - Discourse Annotation, Representation and Processing (1) Chair: Silvia Pareti
9.45-11.25 Andrej Kibrik and Olga Fedorova A «Portrait» Approach to Multichannel Discourse
9.45-11.25 Deniz Zeyrek, Amália Mendes and Murathan Kurfalı Multilingual Extension of PDTB-Style Annotation: The Case of TED Multilingual Discourse Bank
9.45-11.25 Xiaomin Chu, Feng Jiang, Sheng Xu and Qiaoming Zhu Building a Macro Chinese Discourse Treebank
9.45-11.25 Tuomo Hiippala and Serafina Orekhova Enhancing the AI2 Diagrams Dataset Using Rhetorical Structure Theory
9.45-11.25 Kordula De Kuthy, Nils Reiter and Arndt Riester QUD-Based Annotation of Discourse Structure and Information Structure: Tool and Evaluation
9.45-11.25 José Lopes, Nils Hemmingsson and Oliver Åstrand The Spot the Difference corpus: a multi-modal corpus of spontaneous task oriented spoken interactions
9.45-11.25 Andre Cianflone and Leila Kosseim Attention for Implicit Discourse Relation Recognition
9.45-11.25 Chandrakant Bothe, Cornelius Weber, Sven Magg and Stefan Wermter A Context-based Approach for Dialogue Act Recognition using Simple Recurrent Neural Networks
9.45-11.25 Philipp Helfrich, Elias Rieb, Giuseppe Abrami, Andy Lücking and Alexander Mehler TreeAnnotator: Versatile Visual Annotation of Hierarchical Text Relations
9.45-11.25 Emer Gilmartin, Carl Vogel and Nick Campbell Chats and Chunks: Annotation and Analysis of Multiparty Long Casual Conversations


Session P22 - Evaluation Methodologies Chair: Edouard Geoffrois
9.45-11.25 Ludovic Tanguy, Cécile Fabre and Laura Rivière Extending the gold standard for a lexical substitution task: is it worth it?
9.45-11.25 Maria Moritz and David Steding Lexical and Semantic Features for Cross-lingual Text Reuse Classification: an Experiment in English and Latin Paraphrases
9.45-11.25 YU Yuan and Serge Sharoff Investigating the Influence of Bilingual MWU on Trainee Translation Quality
9.45-11.25 Zsanett Ferenczi, Iván Mittelholcz, Eszter Simon and Tamás Váradi Evaluation of Dictionary Creating Methods for Finno-Ugric Minority Languages
9.45-11.25 Imed Laaridh, Christine Meunier and Corinne Fredouille Dysarthric speech evaluation: automatic and perceptual approaches
9.45-11.25 Patricia Braunger, Wolfgang Maier, Jan Wessling and Maria Schmidt Towards an Automatic Assessment of Crowdsourced Data for NLU
9.45-11.25 Jinyoung Yeo, Gyeongbok Lee, Gengyu Wang, Seungtaek Choi, Hyunsouk Cho, Reinald Kim Amplayo and Seung-won Hwang Visual Choice of Plausible Alternatives: An Evaluation of Image-based Commonsense Causal Reasoning
9.45-11.25 Filip Klubička, Giancarlo D. Salton and John D. Kelleher Is it worth it? Budget-related evaluation metrics for model selection
9.45-11.25 Patrick Huber, Jan Niehues and Alex Waibel Automated Evaluation of Out-of-Context Errors
9.45-11.25 Olivier Galibert, Guillaume Bernard, Agnes Delaborde, Sabrina Lecadre and Juliette Kahn Matics Software Suite: New Tools for Evaluation and Data Exploration
9.45-11.25 Mostafa Abdou, Artur Kulmizev and Vinit Ravishankar MGAD: Multilingual Generation of Analogy Datasets


Session P23 - Information Extraction, Information Retrieval, Text Analytics (2) Chair: Pierre Zweigenbaum
9.45-11.25 Stefano Faralli, Els Lefever and Simone Paolo Ponzetto MIsA: Multilingual "IsA" Extraction from Corpora
9.45-11.25 Naiara Perez, Montse Cuadros and German Rigau Biomedical term normalization of EHRs with UMLS
9.45-11.25 William Lechelle and Phillippe Langlais Revisiting the Task of Scoring Open IE Relations
9.45-11.25 Rajdeep Sarkar, John Philip McCrae and Paul Buitelaar A supervised approach to taxonomy extraction using word embeddings
9.45-11.25 Yi Zhang and Sun Xu A Chinese Dataset with Negative Full Forms for General Abbreviation Prediction
9.45-11.25 Chae-Gyun Lim, Young-Seob Jeong and Ho-Jin Choi Korean TimeBank Including Relative Temporal Information
9.45-11.25 Nancy Ide, Keith Suderman and Jin-Dong Kim Mining Biomedical Publications With The LAPPS Grid
9.45-11.25 Rashmi Sankepally and Douglas W. Oard An Initial Test Collection for Ranked Retrieval of SMS Conversations
9.45-11.25 Nathalie Camelin, Géraldine Damnati, Abdessalam Bouchekif, Anais Landeau, Delphine Charlet and Yannick Esteve FrNewsLink : a corpus linking TV Broadcast News Segments and Press Articles
9.45-11.25 Nicolas Hernandez and Amir Hazem PyRATA, Python Rule-based feAture sTructure Analysis


Session P24 - Multimodality Chair: Martin Braschler
9.45-11.25 Zbynek Zajic, Lucie Skorkovska, Petr Neduchal, Pavel Ircing, Josef V. Psutka, Marek Hruz, Ales Prazak, Daniel Soutner, Jan Švec, Lukas Bures and Ludek Muller Towards Processing of the Oral History Interviews and Related Printed Documents
9.45-11.25 Armin Hoenen Multi Modal Distance - An Approach to Stemma Generation With Weighting
9.45-11.25 Ting Han and David Schlangen A Corpus of Natural Multimodal Spatial Scene Descriptions
9.45-11.25 Fernando T. Ito, Helena de Medeiros Caseli and Jander Moreira The Effects of Unimodal Representation Choices on Multimodal Learning
9.45-11.25 Nikhil Krishnaswamy and James Pustejovsky An Evaluation Framework for Multimodal Interaction
9.45-11.25 Ahmed Abdelali, Irina Temnikova, Samy Hedaya and Stephan Vogel The WAW Corpus: The First Corpus of Interpreted Speeches and their Translations for English and Arabic
9.45-11.25 Alina Wróblewska Polish Corpus of Annotated Descriptions of Images
9.45-11.25 Stephanie Gross, Matthias Hirschmanner, Brigitte Krenn, Friedrich Neubarth and Michael Zillich Action Verb Corpus
9.45-11.25 Cédric Fayet, Arnaud Delhay, Damien Lolive and Pierre-françois Marteau EMO&LY (EMOtion and AnomaLY) : A new corpus for anomaly detection in an audiovisual stream with emotional context.
9.45-11.25 Keith Curtis, Nick Campbell and Gareth Jones Development of an Annotated Multimodal Dataset for the Investigation of Classification and Summarisation of Presentations using High-Level Paralinguistic Features


Session P25 - Parsing, Syntax, Treebank (1) Chair: Simonetta Montemagni
9.45-11.25 Kiem-Hieu Nguyen BKTreebank: Building a Vietnamese Dependency Treebank
9.45-11.25 Roman Schneider and Monica Fürbacher GeCoTagger: Annotation of German Verb Complements with Conditional Random Fields
9.45-11.25 Tatiana Bladier, Esther Seyffarth, Oliver Hellwig and Wiebke Petersen AET: Web-based Adjective Exploration Tool for German
9.45-11.25 Alan Akbik and Roland Vollgraf ZAP: An Open-Source Multilingual Annotation Projection Framework
9.45-11.25 Talha Javed, Nizar Habash and Dima Taji Palmyra: A Platform Independent Dependency Annotation Tool for Morphologically Rich Languages
9.45-11.25 Stephen Tratz and Nhien Phan A Web-based System for Crowd-in-the-Loop Dependency Treebanking
9.45-11.25 Jayeol Chun, Na-Rae Han, Jena D. Hwang and Jinho D. Choi Building Universal Dependency Treebanks in Korean
9.45-11.25 Agnieszka Falenska, Kerstin Eckart and Jonas Kuhn Moving TIGER beyond Sentence-Level
9.45-11.25 Luis Chiruzzo and Dina Wonsever Spanish HPSG Treebank based on the AnCora Corpus
9.45-11.25 Binyam Ephrem Seyoum, Yusuke Miyao and Baye Yimam Mekonnen Universal Dependencies for Amharic
9.45-11.25 David Arps and Simon Petitjean A Parser for LTAG and Frame Semantics
9.45-11.25 KyungTae Lim, Niko Partanen and Thierry Poibeau Multilingual Dependency Parsing for Low-Resource Languages: Case Studies on North Saami and Komi-Zyrian


Session I-P1 - Industry Track - Industrial Systems Chair: Linne Ha
11.45-13.05 Alexander Gutkin, Martin Jansche and Tatiana Merkulova FonBund: A Library for Combining Cross-lingual Phonological Segment Data
11.45-13.05 Pasindu De Silva, Theeraphol Wattanavekin, Tang Hao and Knot Pipatsrisawat Voice Builder: A Tool for Building Text-To-Speech Voices
11.45-13.05 Kazuma Takaoka, Sorami Hisamoto, Noriko Kawahara, Miho Sakamoto, Yoshitaka Uchida and Yuji Matsumoto Sudachi: a Japanese Tokenizer for Business
11.45-13.05 Kazunari Tanaka, Tomoya Iwakura, Yusuke Koyanagi, Noriko Ikeda, Hiroyuki Shindo and Yuji Matsumoto Chemical Compounds Knowledge Visualization with Natural Language Processing and Linked Data


Session P26 - Language Acquisition & CALL (1) Chair: Donghui Lin
11.45-13.05 Shuyuan Cao and Harritxu Gete Using Discourse Information for Education with a Spanish-Chinese Parallel Corpus
11.45-13.05 Kay Berkling A 2nd Longitudinal Corpus for Children's Writing with Enhanced Output for Specific Spelling Patterns
11.45-13.05 Masaya Yamaguchi, Masanori Kitamura and Naomi Yanagida Development of a Mobile Observation Support System for Students: FishWatchr Mini
11.45-13.05 Jan Odijk, Alexis Dimitriadis, Martijn Van der Klis, Marjo Van Koppen, Meie Otten and Remco Van der Veen The AnnCor CHILDES Treebank
11.45-13.05 Xuan-Nga Cao, Cyrille Dakhlia, Patricia Del Carmen, Mohamed-Amine Jaouani, Malik Ould-Arbi and Emmanuel Dupoux BabyCloud, a Technological Platform for Parents and Researchers
11.45-13.05 Yasuhiro Minami, Tessei Kobayashi and Yuko Okumura Infant Word Comprehension-to-Production Index Applied to Investigation of Noun Learning Predominance Using Cross-lingual CDI database
11.45-13.05 Lung-Hao Lee, Yuen-Hsien Tseng and Liping Chang Building a TOCFL Learner Corpus for Chinese Grammatical Error Diagnosis
11.45-13.05 Jean-Philippe Goldman and Sandra Schwab MIAPARLE: Online training for the discrimination of stress contrasts
11.45-13.05 Torsten Zesch and Andrea Horbach ESCRITO - An NLP-Enhanced Educational Scoring Toolkit
11.45-13.05 Muhamed Al Khalil, Hind Saddiki, Nizar Habash and Latifa Alfalasi A Leveled Reading Corpus of Modern Standard Arabic


Session P27 - Less-Resourced/Endangered Languages (1) Chair: Valérie Mapelli
11.45-13.05 Rodrigo Agerri, Xavier Gómez Guinovart, German Rigau and Miguel Anxo Solla Portela Developing New Linguistic Resources and Tools for the Galician Language
11.45-13.05 Jordan Lachler, Lene Antonsen, Trond Trosterud, Sjur Moshagen and Antti Arppe Modeling Northern Haida Verb Morphology
11.45-13.05 Caitlin Richter, Matthew Wickes, Deniz Beser and Mitchell Marcus Low-resource Post Processing of Noisy OCR Output for Historical Corpus Digitisation
11.45-13.05 Hanna Hedeland, Timm Lehmberg, Felix Rau, Sophie Salffner, Mandana Seyfeddinipur and Andreas Witt Introducing the CLARIN Knowledge Centre for Linguistic Diversity and Language Documentation
11.45-13.05 Petra Galuscakova and Lucie Neuzilova Low Resource Methods for Medieval Document Sections Analysis
11.45-13.05 Ralf Grubenmann, Don Tuggener, Pius Von Däniken, Jan Deriu and Mark Cieliebak SB-CH: A Swiss German Corpus with Sentiment Annotations
11.45-13.05 Hajime Senuma and Akiko Aizawa Universal Dependencies for Ainu


Session P28 - Lexicon (2) Chair: Lionel Nicolas
11.45-13.05 Steve Cassidy, Onno Crasborn, Henri Nieminen, Wessel Stoop, Micha Hulsbosch, Susan Even, Erwin Komen and Trevor Johnson Signbank: Software to Support Web Based Dictionaries of Sign Language
11.45-13.05 Kaoru Ito, Hiroyuki Nagai, Taro Okahisa, Shoko Wakamiya, Tomohide Iwao and Eiji Aramaki J-MeDic: A Japanese Disease Name Dictionary based on Real Clinical Usage
11.45-13.05 Kyoko Kanzaki and Hitoshi Isahara Building a List of Synonymous Words and Phrases of Japanese Compound Verbs
11.45-13.05 Pilar León-Araúz and Arianne Reimerink Evaluating EcoLexiCAT: a Terminology-Enhanced CAT Tool
11.45-13.05 Bolette Pedersen, Sanni Nimb, Anders Søgaard, Mareike Hartmann and Sussi Olsen A Danish FrameNet Lexicon and an Annotated Corpus Used for Training and Evaluating a Semantic Frame Classifier
11.45-13.05 Charles Jochim, Francesca Bonin, Roy Bar-Haim and Noam Slonim SLIDE - a Sentiment Lexicon of Common Idioms
11.45-13.05 Haris Bin Zia, Agha Ali Raza and Awais Athar PronouncUR: An Urdu Pronunciation Lexicon Generator
11.45-13.05 Agnieszka Mykowiecka, Malgorzata Marciniak and Piotr Rychlik SimLex-999 for Polish
11.45-13.05 João Rodrigues and António Branco Finely Tuned, 2 Billion Token Based Word Embeddings for Portuguese


Session P29 - Linked Data Chair: Monica Monachini
11.45-13.05 Housam Ziad, John Philip McCrae and Paul Buitelaar Teanga: A Linked Data based platform for Natural Language Processing
11.45-13.05 Georg Rehm, Julian Moreno-Schneider and Peter Bourgonje Automatic and Manual Web Annotations in an Infrastructure to handle Fake News and other Online Media Phenomena
11.45-13.05 René Witte and Bahar Sateli The LODeXporter: Flexible Generation of Linked Open Data Triples from NLP Frameworks for Automatic Knowledge Base Construction
11.45-13.05 Bettina Klimek, Robert Schädlich, Dustin Kröger, Edwin Knese and Benedikt Elßmann LiDo RDF: From a Relational Database to a Linked Data Graph of Linguistic Terms and Bibliographic Data
11.45-13.05 Christian Chiarcos, Émilie Pagé-Perron, Ilya Khait, Niko Schenk and Lucas Reckling Towards a Linked Open Data Edition of Sumerian Corpora


Session P30 - Infrastructural Issues/Large Projects (2) Chair: Krister Lindén
11.45-13.05 Dan Tufiș and Cristea Dan A Bird’s-eye View of Language Processing Projects at the Romanian Academy
11.45-13.05 Peter Schmitz, Enrico Francesconi, Najeh Hajlaoui and Brahim Batouche PMKI: an European Commission action for the interoperability, maintainability and sustainability of Language Resources
11.45-13.05 Paul Meurer The Abkhaz National Corpus
11.45-13.05 Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Rihards Kalniņš, Roberts Rozis and Aivars Bērziņš Collecting Language Resources from Public Administrations in the Nordic and Baltic Countries


Session P31 - MultiWord Expressions & Collocations Chair: Brigitte Krenn
11.45-13.05 Diego Moussallem, Mohamed Ahmed Sherif, Diego Esteves, Marcos Zampieri and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo LIdioms: A Multilingual Linked Idioms Data Set
11.45-13.05 Suguru Matsuyoshi, Hirotaka Kameko, Yugo Murawaki and Shinsuke Mori Annotating Modality Expressions and Event Factuality for a Japanese Chess Commentary Corpus
11.45-13.05 Menghan Jiang, Natalia Klyueva, Hongzhi Xu and Chu-Ren Huang Annotating Chinese Light Verb Constructions according to PARSEME guidelines
11.45-13.05 Cvetana Krstev, Branislava Šandrih, Ranka Stankovic and Miljana Mladenović Using English Baits to Catch Serbian Multi-Word Terminology
11.45-13.05 Akihiko Kato, Hiroyuki Shindo and Yuji Matsumoto Construction of Large-scale English Verbal Multiword Expression Annotated Corpus
11.45-13.05 Uxoa Iñurrieta, Itziar Aduriz, Arantza Diaz de Ilarraza, Gorka Labaka and Kepa Sarasola Konbitzul: an MWE-specific database for Spanish-Basque
11.45-13.05 Juliano Efson Sales, Siamak Barzegar, Wellington Franco, Bernhard Bermeitinger, Tiago Cunha, Brian Davis, André Freitas and Siegfried Handschuh A Multilingual Test Collection for the Semantic Search of Entity Categories
11.45-13.05 Melania Cabezas-García and Pilar León-Araúz Towards the Inference of Semantic Relations in Complex Nominals: a Pilot Study
11.45-13.05 Sara Rodríguez-Fernández, Roberto Carlini and Leo Wanner Generation of a Spanish Artificial Collocation Error Corpus
11.45-13.05 Dušan Variš and Natalia Klyueva Improving a Neural-based Tagger for Multiword Expressions Identification
11.45-13.05 Katsiaryna Aharodnik, Anna Feldman and Jing Peng Designing a Russian Idiom-Annotated Corpus


Session P32 - Document Classification, Text Categorisation (1) Chair: Monserrat Marimon
14.50-16.30 Tobias Horsmann and Torsten Zesch DeepTC – An Extension of DKPro Text Classification for Fostering Reproducibility of Deep Learning Experiments
14.50-16.30 Steven Zimmerman, Udo Kruschwitz and Chris Fox Improving Hate Speech Detection with Deep Learning Ensembles
14.50-16.30 Amaru Cuba Gyllensten and Magnus Sahlgren Distributional Term Set Expansion
14.50-16.30 Núria Bel and Joel Pocostales Can Domain Adaptation be Handled as Analogies?
14.50-16.30 Fernando Hsieh, Rafael Dias and Ivandré Paraboni Author Profiling from Facebook Corpora
14.50-16.30 Liat Ein Dor, Alon Halfon, Yoav Kantor, Ran Levy, Yosi Mass, Ruty Rinott, Eyal Shnarch and Noam Slonim Semantic Relatedness of Wikipedia Concepts -- Benchmark Data and a Working Solution
14.50-16.30 Dainis Boumber, Yifan Zhang and Arjun Mukherjee Experiments with Convolutional Neural Networks for Multi-Label Authorship Attribution


Session P33 - Morphology (1) Chair: Piotr Banski
14.50-16.30 Dat Quoc Nguyen, Dai Quoc Nguyen, Thanh Vu, Mark Dras and Mark Johnson A Fast and Accurate Vietnamese Word Segmenter
14.50-16.30 Francis Tyers, Sevilay Bayatli, Güllü Karanfil and Memduh Gokirmak Finite-state morphological analysis for Gagauz
14.50-16.30 Besim Kabashi and Thomas Proisl Albanian Part-of-Speech Tagging: Gold Standard and Evaluation
14.50-16.30 Sreelekha S and Pushpak Bhattacharyya Morphology Injection for English-Malayalam Statistical Machine Translation
14.50-16.30 Mohammed Attia, Vitaly Nikolaev and Ali Elkahky The Morpho-syntactic Annotation of Animacy for a Dependency Parser
14.50-16.30 Ossama Obeid, Salam Khalifa, Nizar Habash, Houda Bouamor, Wajdi Zaghouani and Kemal Oflazer MADARi: A Web Interface for Joint Arabic Morphological Annotation and Spelling Correction
14.50-16.30 Emily Chen and Lane Schwartz A Morphological Analyzer for St. Lawrence Island / Central Siberian Yupik
14.50-16.30 Christian Chiarcos, Kathrin Donandt, Maxim Ionov, Monika Rind-Pawlowski, Hasmik Sargsian, Jesse Wichers Schreur, Frank Abromeit and Christian Fäth Universal Morphologies for the Caucasus region


Session P34 - Opinion Mining / Sentiment Analysis (2) Chair: Patrick Paroubek
14.50-16.30 Phan Duc-Anh and Yuji Matsumoto EMTC: Multilabel Corpus in Movie Domain for Emotion Analysis in Conversational Text
14.50-16.30 Stefania Pecore and Jeanne Villaneau Complex and Precise Movie and Book Annotations in French Language for Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis
14.50-16.30 Antonio Moreno-Ortiz and Chantal Pérez-Hernández Lingmotif-lex: a Wide-coverage, State-of-the-art Lexicon for Sentiment Analysis
14.50-16.30 Yiou Wang and Takuji Tahara A Japanese Corpus for Analyzing Customer Loyalty Information
14.50-16.30 Henny Sluyter-Gäthje, Pintu Lohar, Haithem Afli and Andy Way FooTweets: A Bilingual Parallel Corpus of World Cup Tweets
14.50-16.30 Thomas Gaillat, Manel Zarrouk, André Freitas and Brian Davis The SSIX Corpora: Three Gold Standard Corpora for Sentiment Analysis in English, Spanish and German Financial Microblogs
14.50-16.30 Aditya Joshi, Pranav Goel, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Mark Carman Sarcasm Target Identification: Dataset and An Introductory Approach
14.50-16.30 Janaka Chathuranga, Shanika Ediriweera, Ravindu Hasantha, Pranidhith Munasinghe and Surangika Ranathunga Annotating Opinions and Opinion Targets in Student Course Feedback
14.50-16.30 Jacobo Rouces, Nina Tahmasebi, Lars Borin and Stian Rødven Eide Generating a Gold Standard for a Swedish Sentiment Lexicon


Session P35 - Session: Phonetic Databases, Phonology Chair: Martine Adda-Decker
14.50-16.30 Stephan Tulkens, Dominiek Sandra and Walter Daelemans WordKit: a Python Package for Orthographic and Phonological Featurization
14.50-16.30 David Lukeš, Marie Kopřivová, Zuzana Komrsková and Petra Klimešová Pronunciation Variants and ASR of Colloquial Speech: A Case Study on Czech
14.50-16.30 David R. Mortensen, Siddharth Dalmia and Patrick Littell Epitran: Precision G2P for Many Languages


Session P36 - Question Answering and Machine Reading Chair: António Branco
14.50-16.30 Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Katharina Kaiser, Annette Hautli-Janisz, Georg A. Kaiser and Miriam Butt A Multilingual Approach to Question Classification
14.50-16.30 Yiming Cui, Ting Liu, Zhipeng Chen, Wentao Ma, Shijin Wang and Guoping Hu Dataset for the First Evaluation on Chinese Machine Reading Comprehension
14.50-16.30 Amir Hazem, Basma El Amel Boussaha and Nicolas Hernandez A Multi-Domain Framework for Textual Similarity. A Case Study on Question-to-Question and Question-Answering Similarity Tasks
14.50-16.30 Peter Jansen, Elizabeth Wainwright, Steven Marmorstein and Clayton Morrison WorldTree: A Corpus of Explanation Graphs for Elementary Science Questions supporting Multi-hop Inference
14.50-16.30 Shun-ya Fukunaga, Hitoshi Nishikawa, Takenobu Tokunaga, Hikaru Yokono and Tetsuro Takahashi Analysis of Implicit Conditions in Database Search Dialogues
14.50-16.30 Jelte Van Waterschoot, Guillaume Dubuisson Duplessis, Lorenzo Gatti, Merijn Bruijnes and Dirk Heylen An Information-Providing Closed-Domain Human-Agent Interaction Corpus
14.50-16.30 Masashi Yokota and Hideki Nakayama Augmenting Image Question Answering Dataset by Exploiting Image Captions
14.50-16.30 Kyungjae Lee, Kyoungho Yoon, Sunghyun Park and Seung-won Hwang Semi-supervised Training Data Generation for Multilingual Question Answering
14.50-16.30 Andrei Dulceanu, Thang Le Dinh, Walter Chang, Trung Bui, Doo Soon Kim, Manh Chien Vu and Seokhwan Kim PhotoshopQuiA: A Corpus of Non-Factoid Questions and Answers for Why-Question Answering
14.50-16.30 Dimitris Pappas, Ion Androutsopoulos and Haris Papageorgiou BioRead: A New Dataset for Biomedical Reading Comprehension
14.50-16.30 Deepak Gupta, Surabhi Kumari, Asif Ekbal and Pushpak Bhattacharyya MMQA: A Multi-domain Multi-lingual Question-Answering Framework for English and Hindi


Session P37 - Social Media Processing (2) Chair: Tetsuro Takahashi
14.50-16.30 Nathan Green and Septina Larasati The First 100 Days: A Corpus Of Political Agendas on Twitter
14.50-16.30 Shweta Yadav, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha and Pushpak Bhattacharyya Medical Sentiment Analysis using Social Media: Towards building a Patient Assisted System
14.50-16.30 Manuela Sanguinetti, Fabio Poletto, Cristina Bosco, Viviana Patti and Marco Stranisci An Italian Twitter Corpus of Hate Speech against Immigrants
14.50-16.30 Giorgia Di Tommaso, Stefano Faralli and Paola Velardi A Large Multilingual and Multi-domain Dataset for Recommender Systems
14.50-16.30 Rob Voigt, David Jurgens, Vinodkumar Prabhakaran, Dan Jurafsky and Yulia Tsvetkov RtGender: A Corpus for Studying Differential Responses to Gender
14.50-16.30 Sara Meftah and Nasredine Semmar A Neural Network Model for Part-Of-Speech Tagging of Social Media Texts
14.50-16.30 Valerij Fredriksen, Brage Jahren and Björn Gambäck Utilizing Large Twitter Corpora to Create Sentiment Lexica


Session P38 - Speech Resource/Database (1) Chair: Gilles Adda
14.50-16.30 Laura Fernández Gallardo and Benjamin Weiss The Nautilus Speaker Characterization Corpus: Speech Recordings and Labels of Speaker Characteristics and Voice Descriptions
14.50-16.30 Florian Schiel and Thomas Zitzelsberger Evaluation of Automatic Formant Trackers
14.50-16.30 Luboš Šmídl, Jan Švec, Daniel Tihelka, Jindrich Matousek, Jan Romportl and Pavel Ircing Design and Development of Speech Corpora for Air Traffic Control Training
14.50-16.30 Ewald Van der westhuizen and Thomas Niesler A First South African Corpus of Multilingual Code-switched Soap Opera Speech
14.50-16.30 Nina Poerner and Florian Schiel A Web Service for Pre-segmenting Very Long Transcribed Speech Recordings
14.50-16.30 Estelle Delpech, Marion Laignelet, Christophe Pimm, Céline Raynal, Michal Trzos, Alexandre Arnold and Dominique Pronto A Real-life, French-accented Corpus of Air Traffic Control Communications
14.50-16.30 Askars Salimbajevs Creating Lithuanian and Latvian Speech Corpora from Inaccurately Annotated Web Data
14.50-16.30 Sunayana Sitaram, Varun Manjunath, Varun Bharadwaj, Monojit Choudhury, Kalika Bali and Michael Tjalve Discovering Canonical Indian English Accents: A Crowdsourcing-based Approach
14.50-16.30 Tomoko Ohsuga, Yuichi Ishimoto, Tomoko Kajiyama, Shunsuke Kozawa, Kiyotaka Uchimoto and Shuichi Itahashi Extending Search System based on Interactive Visualization for Speech Corpora
14.50-16.30 Katrin Schweitzer, Kerstin Eckart, Markus Gärtner, Agnieszka Falenska, Arndt Riester, Ina Roesiger, Antje Schweitzer, Sabrina Stehwien and Jonas Kuhn German Radio Interviews: The GRAIN Release of the SFB732 Silver Standard Collection
14.50-16.30 Margot Mieskes and Andreas Stiegelmayr Preparing Data from Psychotherapy for Natural Language Processing
14.50-16.30 Amir Vaheb, Ali Janalizadeh Choobbasti, Mahdi Mortazavi, Saeid Safavi and Behnam Sabeti MirasVoice: A bilingual (English-Persian) speech corpus


Session P39 - Conversational Systems/Dialogue/Chatbots/Human-Robot Interaction (2) Chair: Johannes Kraus
16.50-18.30 Silvia Pareti and Tatiana Lando Dialog Intent Structure: A Hierarchical Schema of Linked Dialog Acts
16.50-18.30 Tetsuaki Nakamura and Daisuke Kawahara JDCFC: A Japanese Dialogue Corpus with Feature Changes
16.50-18.30 Koichiro Yoshino, Hiroki Tanaka, Kyoshiro Sugiyama, Makoto Kondo and Satoshi Nakamura Japanese Dialogue Corpus of Information Navigation and Attentive Listening Annotated with Extended ISO-24617-2 Dialogue Act Tags
16.50-18.30 Ron Artstein, Jill Boberg, Alesia Gainer, Jonathan Gratch, Emmanuel Johnson, Anton Leuski, Gale Lucas and David Traum The Niki and Julie Corpus: Collaborative Multimodal Dialogues between Humans, Robots, and Virtual Agents
16.50-18.30 Nan Wang, Yan Song and Fei Xia Constructing a Chinese Medical Conversation Corpus Annotated with Conversational Structures and Actions
16.50-18.30 Ryo Ishii, Ryuichiro Higashinaka and Junji Tomita Predicting Nods by using Dialogue Acts in Dialogue
16.50-18.30 Maria Koutsombogera and Carl Vogel Modeling Collaborative Multimodal Behavior in Group Dialogues: The MULTISIMO Corpus
16.50-18.30 Magalie Ochs, Philippe Blache, Grégoire De Montcheuil, Jean-Marie Pergandi, Jorane Saubesty, Daniel Francon and Daniel Mestre A Semi-autonomous System for Creating a Human-Machine Interaction Corpus in Virtual Reality: Application to the ACORFORMed System for Training Doctors to Break Bad News
16.50-18.30 Sashi Novitasari, Quoc Truong Do, Sakriani Sakti, Dessi Lestari and Satoshi Nakamura Construction of English-French Multimodal Affective Conversational Corpus from TV Dramas
16.50-18.30 Vadim Sheinin, Elahe Khorasani, Hangu Yeo, Kun Xu, Ngoc Phuoc An Vo and Octavian Popescu QUEST: A Natural Language Interface to Relational Databases


Session P40 - Language Modelling Chair: Bolette Pedersen
16.50-18.30 Lyan Verwimp, Hugo Van hamme and Patrick Wambacq TF-LM: TensorFlow-based Language Modeling Toolkit
16.50-18.30 Suzi Park and Hyopil Shin Grapheme-level Awareness in Word Embeddings for Morphologically Rich Languages
16.50-18.30 Katherine Schmirler, Antti Arppe, Trond Trosterud and Lene Antonsen Building a Constraint Grammar Parser for Plains Cree Verbs and Arguments
16.50-18.30 Benjamin Heinzerling and Michael Strube BPEmb: Tokenization-free Pre-trained Subword Embeddings in 275 Languages


Session P41 - Natural Language Generation Chair: Ineke Schuurman
16.50-18.30 Danillo Rocha and Ivandré Paraboni Reference production in human-computer interaction: Issues for Corpus-based Referring Expression Generation
16.50-18.30 Alex Lan and Ivandré Paraboni Definite Description Lexical Choice: taking Speaker's Personality into account
16.50-18.30 André Mariotti and Ivandré Paraboni Referring Expression Generation in time-constrained communication
16.50-18.30 Natsuda Laokulrat, Naoaki Okazaki and Hideki Nakayama Incorporating Semantic Attention in Video Description Generation
16.50-18.30 François Lareau, Florie Lambrey, Ieva Dubinskaite, Daniel Galarreta-Piquette and Maryam Nejat GenDR: A Generic Deep Realizer with Complex Lexicalization
16.50-18.30 Sanja Štajner and Sergiu Nisioi A Detailed Evaluation of Neural Sequence-to-Sequence Models for In-domain and Cross-domain Text Simplification
16.50-18.30 Piek Vossen, Filip Ilievski, Marten Postma and Roxane Segers Don't Annotate, but Validate: a Data-to-Text Method for Capturing Event Data
16.50-18.30 Diego Moussallem, Thiago Ferreira, Marcos Zampieri, Maria Cláudia Cavalcanti, Geraldo Xexéo, Mariana Neves and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo RDF2PT: Generating Brazilian Portuguese Texts from RDF Data
16.50-18.30 Michele Berlingerio and Francesca Bonin Towards a music-language mapping
16.50-18.30 Amy Isard, Jon Oberlander and Claire Grover Up-cycling Data for Natural Language Generation


Session P42 - Semantics (2) Chair: Cécile Fabre
16.50-18.30 Minh Le and Antske Fokkens Neural Models of Selectional Preferences for Implicit Semantic Role Labeling
16.50-18.30 Adrien Barbaresi, Lothar Lemnitzer and Alexander Geyken A database of German definitory contexts from selected web sources
16.50-18.30 Noelia Migueles-Abraira, Rodrigo Agerri and Arantza Diaz de Ilarraza Annotating Abstract Meaning Representations for Spanish
16.50-18.30 Marie-Claude L' Homme, Benoît Robichaud and Nathalie Prévil Browsing the Terminological Structure of a Specialized Domain: A Method Based on Lexical Functions and their Classification
16.50-18.30 Asad Sayeed, Pavel Shkadzko and Vera Demberg Rollenwechsel-English: a large-scale semantic role corpus
16.50-18.30 Girishkumar Ponkiya, Kevin Patel, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Girish K. Palshikar Towards a Standardized Dataset for Noun Compound Interpretation
16.50-18.30 Yuchen Zhang and Nianwen Xue Structured Interpretation of Temporal Relations
16.50-18.30 Xi Victoria Lin, Chenglong Wang, Luke Zettlemoyer and Michael D. Ernst NL2Bash: A Corpus and Semantic Parser for Natural Language Interface to the Linux Operating System
16.50-18.30 Charles Welch, Jonathan K. Kummerfeld, Song Feng and Rada Mihalcea World Knowledge for Abstract Meaning Representation Parsing


Session P43 - Speech Processing Chair: Sebastian Stüker
16.50-18.30 Michael Gref, Joachim Köhler and Almut Leh Improved Transcription and Indexing of Oral History Interviews for Digital Humanities Research
16.50-18.30 Weicheng Ma, Kai Cao, Zhaoheng Ni, Peter Chin and Xiang Li Sound Signal Processing with Seq2Tree Network
16.50-18.30 Anna Björk Nikulásdóttir, Inga Rún Helgadóttir, Matthías Pétursson and Jón Guðnason Open ASR for Icelandic: Resources and a Baseline System
16.50-18.30 Zhao Meng, Lili Mou and Zhi Jin Towards Neural Speaker Modeling in Multi-Party Conversation: The Task, Dataset, and Models
16.50-18.30 Junqing He, Xian Huang, Xuemin Zhao, Yan Zhang and Yonghong Yan Discriminating between Similar Languages on Imbalanced Conversational Texts
16.50-18.30 Michael Stadtschnitzer and Christoph Schmidt Data-Driven Pronunciation Modeling of Swiss German Dialectal Speech for Automatic Speech Recognition
16.50-18.30 Edwin Simonnet, Sahar Ghannay, Nathalie Camelin and Yannick Estève Simulating ASR errors for training SLU systems
16.50-18.30 Natalia Tomashenko and Yannick Estève Evaluation of Feature-Space Speaker Adaptation for End-to-End Acoustic Models
16.50-18.30 Ingmar Steiner and Sébastien Le Maguer Creating New Language and Voice Components for the Updated MaryTTS Text-to-Speech Synthesis Platform
16.50-18.30 Akira Hayakawa, Carl Vogel, Saturnino Luz and Nick Campbell Speech Rate Calculations with Short Utterances: A Study from a Speech-to-Speech, Machine Translation Mediated Map Task


Session P44 - Summarisation Chair: Senja Pollak
16.50-18.30 Christopher Tauchmann, Thomas Arnold, Andreas Hanselowski, Christian M. Meyer and Margot Mieskes Beyond Generic Summarization: A Multi-faceted Hierarchical Summarization Corpus of Large Heterogeneous Data
16.50-18.30 Elvys Linhares Pontes, Juan-Manuel Torres-Moreno, Stéphane Huet and Andréa carneiro Linhares A New Annotated Portuguese/Spanish Corpus for the Multi-Sentence Compression Task
16.50-18.30 Avinesh PVS, Maxime Peyrard and Christian M. Meyer Live Blog Corpus for Summarization
16.50-18.30 Minh-Tien Nguyen, Dac Viet Lai, Huy-Tien Nguyen and Minh-Le Nguyen TSix: A Human-involved-creation Dataset for Tweet Summarization
16.50-18.30 Nisarg Jhaveri, Manish Gupta and Vasudeva Varma A Workbench for Rapid Generation of Cross-Lingual Summaries
16.50-18.30 Takashi Yamamura and Kazutaka Shimada Annotation and Analysis of Extractive Summaries for the Kyutech Corpus
16.50-18.30 Franck Dernoncourt, Mohammad Ghassemi and Walter Chang A Repository of Corpora for Summarization
16.50-18.30 Markus Zopf Auto-hMDS: Automatic Construction of a Large Heterogeneous Multilingual Multi-Document Summarization Corpus
16.50-18.30 Yanjun Gao, Andrew Warner and Rebecca Passonneau PyrEval: An Automated Method for Summary Content Analysis


Session P45 - Textual Entailment and Paraphrasing Chair: Stefan Evert
16.50-18.30 Simon Ostermann, Hannah Seitz, Stefan Thater and Manfred Pinkal Mapping Texts to Scripts: An Entailment Study
16.50-18.30 João Rodrigues, Chakaveh Saedi, António Branco and João Silva Semantic Equivalence Detection: Are Interrogatives Harder than Declaratives?
16.50-18.30 Satoru Uchida, Shohei Takada and Yuki Arase CEFR-based Lexical Simplification Dataset


DAY 3 Oral Sessions

Session O29 - Language Resource Infrastructures Chair: Takenobu Tokunaga
9.45-10.05 Franciska De Jong, Bente Maegaard, Koenraad De Smedt, Darja Fišer and Dieter Van Uytvanck CLARIN: Towards FAIR and Responsible Data Science Using Language Resources
10.05-10.25 Christopher Cieri, Mark Liberman, Stephanie Strassel, Denise DiPersio, Jonathan Wright and Andrea Mazzucchi From ‘Solved Problems’ to New Challenges: A Report on LDC Activities
10.25-10.45 Valérie Mapelli, Victoria Arranz, Hélène Mazo, Pawel Kamocki and Vladimir Popescu New directions in ELRA activities
10.45-11.05 Donghui Lin, Yohei Murakami and Toru Ishida A Framework for Multi-Language Service Design with the Language Grid
11.05-11.25 Georg Rehm and Stefanie Hegele Language Technology for Multilingual Europe: An Analysis of a Large-Scale Survey regarding Challenges, Demands, Gaps and Needs


Session O30 - Digital Humanities & Text Analytics Chair: Thierry Declerck
9.45-10.05 Boyang Li, Beth Cardier, Tong Wang and Florian Metze Annotating High-Level Structures of Short Stories and Personal Anecdotes
10.05-10.25 Els Lefever, Iris Hendrickx, Ilja Croijmans, Antal Van den Bosch and Asifa Majid Discovering the Language of Wine Reviews: A Text Mining Account
10.25-10.45 Francis Bond and Graham Matthews Toward An Epic Epigraph Graph
10.45-11.05 Thomas Proisl, Stefan Evert, Fotis Jannidis, Christof Schöch, Leonard Konle and Steffen Pielström Delta vs. N-Gram Tracing: Evaluating the Robustness of Authorship Attribution Methods
11.05-11.25 Edward Newell, Drew Margolin and Derek Ruths An Attribution Relations Corpus for Political News


Session O31 - Crowdsourcing & Collaborative Resource Construction Chair: Steve Cassidy
9.45-10.05 Albert Gatt, Marc Tanti, Adrian Muscat, Patrizia Paggio, Reuben A Farrugia, Claudia Borg, Kenneth Camilleri, Mike Rosner and Lonneke Van der Plas Face2Text: Collecting an Annotated Image Description Corpus for the Generation of Rich Face Descriptions
10.05-10.25 Ivan Habernal, Patrick Pauli and Iryna Gurevych Adapting Serious Game for Fallacious Argumentation to German: Pitfalls, Insights, and Best Practices
10.25-10.45 Jean-Philippe Goldman, Yves Scherrer, Julie Glikman, Mathieu Avanzi, Christophe Benzitoun and Philippe Boula de Mareüil Crowdsourcing Regional Variation Data and Automatic Geolocalisation of Speakers of European French
10.45-11.05 Maximiliana Behnke, Antonio Valerio Miceli Barone, Rico Sennrich, Vilelmini Sosoni, Thanasis Naskos, Eirini Takoulidou, Maria Stasimioti, Menno Van Zaanen, Sheila Castilho, Federico Gaspari, Panayota Georgakopoulou, Valia Kordoni, Markus Egg and Katia Lida Kermanidis Improving Machine Translation of Educational Content via Crowdsourcing
11.05-11.25 Rebecca Sharp, Mithun Paul, Ajay Nagesh, Dane Bell and Mihai Surdeanu Grounding Gradable Adjectives through Crowdsourcing


Session O32 - Less-Resourced Languages Speech & Multimodal Corpora Chair: Shyam Agrawal
9.45-10.05 Oliver Adams, Trevor Cohn, Graham Neubig, Hilaria Cruz, Steven Bird and Alexis MICHAUD Evaluation Phonemic Transcription of Low-Resource Tonal Languages for Language Documentation
10.05-10.25 Pierre Godard, Gilles Adda, Martine Adda-Decker, Juan Benjumea, Laurent Besacier, Jamison Cooper-Leavitt, Guy-Noel Kouarata, Lori Lamel, Hélène Maynard, Markus Mueller, Annie Rialland, Sebastian Stueker, François Yvon and Marcely Zanon Boito A Very Low Resource Language Speech Corpus for Computational Language Documentation Experiments
10.25-10.45 Jacqueline Brixey, Eli Pincus and Ron Artstein Chahta Anumpa: A multimodal corpus of the Choctaw Language
10.45-11.05 Fatima Hamlaoui, Emmanuel-Moselly Makasso, Markus Müller, Jonas Engelmann, Gilles Adda, Alex Waibel and Sebastian Stüker BULBasaa: A Bilingual Basaa-French Speech Corpus for the Evaluation of Language Documentation Tools
11.05-11.25 Kristiina Jokinen Researching Less-Resourced Languages – the DigiSami Corpus


Session O33 - Lexicon Chair: Simon Krek
11.45-12.05 Houda Bouamor, Nizar Habash, Mohammad Salameh, Wajdi Zaghouani, Owen Rambow, Dana Abdulrahim, Ossama Obeid, Salam Khalifa, Fadhl Eryani, Alexander Erdmann and Kemal Oflazer The MADAR Arabic Dialect Corpus and Lexicon
12.05-12.25 Arbi Haza Nasution, Yohei Murakami and Toru Ishida Designing a Collaborative Process to Create Bilingual Dictionaries of Indonesian Ethnic Languages
12.25-12.45 Edward Newell and Jackie Chi Kit Cheung Constructing a Lexicon of Relational Nouns
12.45-13.05 Winston Wu and David Yarowsky Creating Large-Scale Multilingual Cognate Tables
13.05-13.25 Patrick Drouin, Marie-Claude L'Homme and Benoît Robichaud Lexical Profiling of Environmental Corpora


Session O34 - Knowledge Discovery Chair: German Rigau
11.45-12.05 Marcus Klang and Pierre Nugues Linking, Searching, and Visualizing Entities in Wikipedia
12.05-12.25 Chin-Ho Lin, Hen-Hsen Huang and Hsin-Hsi Chen Learning to Map Natural Language Statements into Knowledge Base Representations for Knowledge Base Construction
12.25-12.45 Vivian Silva, André Freitas and Siegfried Handschuh Building a Knowledge Graph from Natural Language Definitions for Interpretable Text Entailment Recognition
12.45-13.05 Arnaud Ferré, Louise Deléger, Pierre Zweigenbaum and Claire Nédellec Combining rule-based and embedding-based approaches to normalize textual entities with an ontology
13.05-13.25 Hady Elsahar, Pavlos Vougiouklis, Arslen Remaci, Christophe Gravier, Jonathon Hare, Frederique Laforest and Elena Simperl T-REx: A Large Scale Alignment of Natural Language with Knowledge Base Triples


Session O35 - Multilingual Corpora & Machine Translation Chair: Eva Hajičová
11.45-12.05 Kenji Imamura and Eiichiro Sumita Multilingual Parallel Corpus for Global Communication Plan
12.05-12.25 Felipe Soares, Viviane Moreira and Karin Becker A Large Parallel Corpus of Full-Text Scientific Articles
12.25-12.45 Qianchu Liu, Federico Fancellu and Bonnie Webber NegPar: A parallel corpus annotated for negation
12.45-13.05 Anoop Kunchukuttan, Pratik Mehta and Pushpak Bhattacharyya The IIT Bombay English-Hindi Parallel Corpus
13.05-13.25 Akbar Karimi, Ebrahim Ansari and Bahram Sadeghi Bigham Extracting an English-Persian Parallel Corpus from Comparable Corpora


Session O36 - Corpus Creation, Use & Evaluation (2) Chair: Satoshi Nakamura
11.45-12.05 Edouard Grave, Piotr Bojanowski, Prakhar Gupta, Armand Joulin and Tomas Mikolov Learning Word Vectors for 157 Languages
12.05-12.25 Milan Straka, Nikita Mediankin, Tom Kocmi, Zdeněk Žabokrtský, Vojtěch Hudeček and Jan Hajic SumeCzech: Large Czech News-Based Summarization Dataset
12.25-12.45 Carmen Klaussner and Carl Vogel A Diachronic Corpus for Literary Style Analysis
12.45-13.05 Carolina Scarton, Gustavo Paetzold and Lucia Specia Text Simplification from Professionally Produced Corpora
13.05-13.25 Jacky Visser, Rory Duthie, John Lawrence and Chris Reed Intertextual Correspondence for Integrating Corpora


Session O37 - Anaphora & Coreference Chair: Claire Bonial
14.45-15.05 Olga Seminck and Pascal Amsili A Gold Anaphora Annotation Layer on an Eye Movement Corpus
15.05-15.25 Yoshihiko Asao, Ryu Iida and Kentaro Torisawa Annotating Zero Anaphora for Question Answering
15.25-15.45 Rodrigo Agerri, Yiling Chung, Itziar Aldabe, Nora Aranberri, Gorka Labaka and German Rigau Building Named Entity Recognition Taggers via Parallel Corpora
15.45-16.05 Zhiyi Song, Ann Bies, Justin Mott, Xuansong Li, Stephanie Strassel and Christopher Caruso Cross-Document, Cross-Language Event Coreference Annotation Using Event Hoppers


Session O38 - Corpus for Document Classification Chair: Franciska de Jong
14.45-15.05 Tirthankar Ghosal, Amitra Salam, Swati Tiwary, Asif Ekbal and Pushpak Bhattacharyya TAP-DLND 1.0 : A Corpus for Document Level Novelty Detection
15.05-15.25 Holger Schwenk and Xian Li A Corpus for Multilingual Document Classification in Eight Languages
15.25-15.45 Drahomira Herrmannova, Petr Knoth and Robert Patton Analyzing Citation-Distance Networks for Evaluating Publication Impact
15.45-16.05 Andreea Godea and Rodney Nielsen Annotating Educational Questions for Student Response Analysis


Session O39 - Knowledge Discovery & Evaluation (2) Chair: Yuji Matsumoto
14.45-15.05 Eun-kyung Kim and KEY-SUN CHOI Incorporating Global Contexts into Sentence Embedding for Relational Extraction at the Paragraph Level with Distant Supervision
15.05-15.25 Simon Ostermann, Ashutosh Modi, Michael Roth, Stefan Thater and Manfred Pinkal MCScript: A Novel Dataset for Assessing Machine Comprehension Using Script Knowledge
15.25-15.45 Chenggang Mi, Yating Yang, Lei Wang, Xi Zhou and Tonghai Jiang A Neural Network Based Model for Loanword Identification in Uyghur
15.45-16.05 Tingsong Jiang, Jing Liu, Chin-Yew Lin and Zhifang Sui Revisiting Distant Supervision for Relation Extraction


Session O40 - Multimodal & Written Corpora & Tools Chair: Nancy Ide
14.45-15.05 Tobias Staron, Özge Alacam and Wolfgang Menzel Incorporating Contextual Information for Language-Independent, Dynamic Disambiguation Tasks
15.05-15.25 Melanie Geiger and Martin Braschler Overcoming the Long Tail Problem: A Case Study on CO2-Footprint Estimation of Recipes using Information Retrieval
15.25-15.45 Motoki Yatsu and Kenji Araki Comparison of Pun Detection Methods Using Japanese Pun Corpus
15.45-16.05 Nelson Mukuze, Anna Rohrbach, Vera Demberg and Bernt Schiele A vision-grounded dataset for predicting typical locations for verbs


DAY 3 Poster Sessions

Session P46 - Dialects Chair: Claudia Soria
9.45-11.25 Yo Sato and Kevin Heffernan Creating dialect sub-corpora by clustering: a case in Japanese for an adaptive method
9.45-11.25 Roeland Van Hout, Nicoline Van der Sijs, Erwin Komen and Henk Van den Heuvel A Fast and Flexible Webinterface for Dialect Research in the Low Countries
9.45-11.25 Mahmoud El-Haj, Paul Rayson and Mariam Aboelezz Arabic Dialect Identification in the Context of Bivalency and Code-Switching
9.45-11.25 Nizar Habash, Fadhl Eryani, Salam Khalifa, Owen Rambow, Dana Abdulrahim, Alexander Erdmann, Reem Faraj, Wajdi Zaghouani, Houda Bouamor, Nasser Zalmout, Sara Hassan, Faisal Al shargi, Sakhar Alkhereyf, Basma Abdulkareem, Ramy Eskander, Mohammad Salameh and Hind Saddiki Unified Guidelines and Resources for Arabic Dialect Orthography
9.45-11.25 Houda SAADANE, Hosni Seffih, Christian Fluhr, Khalid Choukri and Nasredine SEMMAR Automatic Identification of Maghreb Dialects Using a Dictionary-Based Approach
9.45-11.25 Chatrine Qwaider, Motaz Saad, Stergios Chatzikyriakidis and Simon Dobnik Shami: A Corpus of Levantine Arabic Dialects
9.45-11.25 Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Hassan Alhuzali and Mohamed Elaraby You Tweet What You Speak: A City-Level Dataset of Arabic Dialects
9.45-11.25 Ada Wan Visualizing the "Dictionary of Regionalisms of France" (DRF)
9.45-11.25 Israa Alsarsour, Esraa Mohamed, Reem Suwaileh and Tamer Elsayed DART: A Large Dataset of Dialectal Arabic Tweets
9.45-11.25 Samantha Wray Classification of Closely Related Sub-dialects of Arabic Using Support-Vector Machines


Session P47 - Document Classification, Text Categorisation (2) Chair: Piotr Pęzik
9.45-11.25 Gregor Wiedemann and Gerhard Heyer Page Stream Segmentation with Convolutional Neural Nets Combining Textual and Visual Features
9.45-11.25 Christopher Norman, Mariska Leeflang, Pierre Zweigenbaum and Aurélie Névéol Automating Document Discovery in the Systematic Review Process: How to Use Chaff to Extract Wheat
9.45-11.25 Oussama Ahmia, Nicolas Béchet and Pierre-François Marteau Two Multilingual Corpora Extracted from the Tenders Electronic Daily for Machine Learning and Machine Translation Applications.
9.45-11.25 Petr Bělohlávek, Ondřej Plátek, Zdeněk Žabokrtský and Milan Straka Using Adversarial Examples in Natural Language Processing
9.45-11.25 Luis Gerardo Mojica de la Vega and Vincent Ng Modeling Trolling in Social Media Conversations


Session P48 - Information Extraction, Information Retrieval, Text Analytics (3) Chair: Patrick Drouin
9.45-11.25 Anne-Kathrin Schumann and Héctor Martínez Alonso Automatic Annotation of Semantic Term Types in the Complete ACL Anthology Reference Corpus
9.45-11.25 Piotr Andruszkiewicz and Rafal Hazan Annotated Corpus of Scientific Conference's Homepages for Information Extraction
9.45-11.25 Yang Yu and Vincent Ng Improving Unsupervised Keyphrase Extraction using Background Knowledge
9.45-11.25 Rüdiger Gleim, Alexander Mehler and Sung Y. Song WikiDragon: A Java Framework For Diachronic Content And Network Analysis Of MediaWikis
9.45-11.25 Antske Fokkens, Nel Ruigrok, Camiel Beukeboom, Gagestein Sarah and Wouter Van Attveldt Studying Muslim Stereotyping through Microportrait Extraction
9.45-11.25 Verónica Pérez-Rosas, Xuetong Sun, Christy Li, Yuchen Wang, Kenneth Resnicow and Rada Mihalcea Analyzing the Quality of Counseling Conversations: the Tell-Tale Signs of High-quality Counseling
9.45-11.25 Denys Katerenchuk, David Guy Brizan and Andrew Rosenberg Interpersonal Relationship Labels for the CALLHOME Corpus
9.45-11.25 Suemi Higuchi, Cláudia Freitas, Bruno Cuconato and Alexandre Rademaker Text Mining for History: first steps on building a large dataset
9.45-11.25 Lorraine Goeuriot, Josiane Mothe, Philippe Mulhem and Eric SanJuan Building Evaluation Datasets for Cultural Microblog Retrieval


Session P49 - Machine Translation, SpeechToSpeech Translation (2) Chair: Mona Diab
9.45-11.25 Matīss Rikters, Mārcis Pinnis and Rihards Krišlauks Training and Adapting Multilingual NMT for Less-resourced and Morphologically Rich Languages
9.45-11.25 YU Yuan, Yuze Gao, Yue Zhang and Serge Sharoff Cross-lingual Terminology Extraction for Translation Quality Estimation
9.45-11.25 Pierre-Edouard Honnet, Andrei Popescu-Belis, Claudiu Musat and Michael Baeriswyl Machine Translation of Low-Resource Spoken Dialects: Strategies for Normalizing Swiss German
9.45-11.25 Fathima Farhath, Pranavan Theivendiram, Surangika Ranathunga, Sanath Jayasena and Gihan Dias Improving domain-specific SMT for low-resourced languages using data from different domains
9.45-11.25 Vassilis Papavassiliou, Prokopis Prokopidis and Stelios Piperidis Discovering Parallel Language Resources for Training MT Engines
9.45-11.25 Laura Van Brussel, Arda Tezcan and Lieve Macken A fine-grained error analysis of NMT, SMT and RBMT output for English-to-Dutch
9.45-11.25 Injy Hamed, Mohamed Elmahdy and Slim Abdennadher Collection and Analysis of Code-switch Egyptian Arabic-English Speech Corpus
9.45-11.25 Chiraag Lala and Lucia Specia Multimodal Lexical Translation
9.45-11.25 Isabel Lacruz, Michael Carl and Masaru Yamada Literality and cognitive effort: Japanese and Spanish
9.45-11.25 Marlies Van der Wees, Arianna Bisazza and Christof Monz Evaluation of Machine Translation Performance Across Multiple Genres and Languages
9.45-11.25 Pierre Zweigenbaum, Serge Sharoff and Reinhard Rapp A Multilingual Dataset for Evaluating Parallel Sentence Extraction from Comparable Corpora
9.45-11.25 Aibek Makazhanov, Bagdat Myrzakhmetov and Zhenisbek Assylbekov Manual vs Automatic Bitext Extraction


Session P50 - Morphology (2) Chair: Amália Mendes
9.45-11.25 Salam Khalifa, Nizar Habash, Fadhl Eryani, Ossama Obeid, Dana Abdulrahim and Meera Al Kaabi A Morphologically Annotated Corpus of Emirati Arabic
9.45-11.25 Amir More, Özlem Çetinoğlu, Çağrı Çöltekin, Nizar Habash, Benoît Sagot, Djamé Seddah, Dima Taji and Reut Tsarfaty CoNLL-UL: Universal Morphological Lattices for Universal Dependency Parsing
9.45-11.25 Witold Kieraś and Marcin Woliński Manually Annotated Corpus of Polish Texts Published between 1830 and 1918
9.45-11.25 Claudia Marzi, Marcello Ferro, Ouafae Nahli, Patrizia Belik, Stavros Bompolas and Vito Pirrelli Evaluating Inflectional Complexity Crosslinguistically: a Processing Perspective
9.45-11.25 Patrick Littell, Tom McCoy, Na-Rae Han, Shruti Rijhwani, Zaid Sheikh, David R. Mortensen, Teruko Mitamura and Lori Levin Parser combinators for Tigrinya and Oromo morphology
9.45-11.25 Winston Wu and David Yarowsky Massively Translingual Compound Analysis and Translation Discovery
9.45-11.25 Petra Steiner and Josef Ruppenhofer Building a Morphological Treebank for German from a Linguistic Database


Session P51 - Multilinguality Chair: Pavel Straňák
9.45-11.25 Željko Agić and Natalie Schluter Baselines and Test Data for Cross-Lingual Inference
9.45-11.25 Sanja Štajner, Marc Franco-Salvador, Paolo Rosso and Simone Paolo Ponzetto CATS: A Tool for Customized Alignment of Text Simplification Corpora
9.45-11.25 Thanh-Le Ha, Jan Niehues, Matthias Sperber, Ngoc Quan Pham and Alexander Waibel KIT-Multi: A Translation-Oriented Multilingual Embedding Corpus
9.45-11.25 Alfred Sliwa, Yuan Man, Ruishen Liu, Niravkumar Borad, Seyedeh Ziyaei, Mina Ghobadi, Firas Sabbah and Ahmet Aker Multi-lingual Argumentative Corpora in English, Turkish, Greek, Albanian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Romanian and Arabic
9.45-11.25 Siamak Barzegar, Brian Davis, Manel Zarrouk, Siegfried Handschuh and André Freitas SemR-11: A Multi-Lingual Gold-Standard for Semantic Similarity and Relatedness for Eleven Languages


Session P52 - Part-of-Speech Tagging Chair: Andreas Witt
9.45-11.25 Delphine Bernhard, Anne-Laure Ligozat, Fanny Martin, Myriam Bras, Pierre Magistry, Marianne Vergez-Couret, Lucie Steiblé, Pascale Erhart, Nabil Hathout, Dominique Huck, Christophe Rey, Philippe Reynés, Sophie Rosset, Jean Sibille and Thomas Lavergne Corpora with Part-of-Speech Annotations for Three Regional Languages of France: Alsatian, Occitan and Picard
9.45-11.25 Randah Alharbi, Walid Magdy, Kareem Darwish, Ahmed Abdelali and Hamdy Mubarak Part-of-Speech Tagging for Arabic Gulf Dialect Using Bi-LSTM
9.45-11.25 Abdulrahman Alosaimy and Eric Atwell Web-based Annotation Tool for Inflectional Language Resources
9.45-11.25 Fabian Barteld, Sarah Ihden, Katharina Dreessen and Ingrid Schröder HiNTS: A Tagset for Middle Low German
9.45-11.25 Steven Neale, Kevin Donnelly, Gareth Watkins and Dawn Knight Leveraging Lexical Resources and Constraint Grammar for Rule-Based Part-of-Speech Tagging in Welsh
9.45-11.25 Mokanarangan Thayaparan, Surangika Ranathunga and Uthayasanker Thayasivam Graph Based Semi-Supervised Learning Approach for Tamil POS tagging


Session P53 - Conversational Systems/Dialogue/Chatbots/Human-Robot Interaction (3) Chair: Kalika Bali
11.45-13.25 Juliana Miehle, Wolfgang Minker and Stefan Ultes What Causes the Differences in Communication Styles? A Multicultural Study on Directness and Elaborateness
11.45-13.25 Patrik Jonell, Mattias Bystedt, Per Fallgren, Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, José Lopes, Zofia Malisz, Samuel Mascarenhas, Catharine Oertel, Eran Raveh and Todd Shore FARMI: A FrAmework for Recording Multi-Modal Interactions
11.45-13.25 Kazuki Sakai, Akari Inago, Ryuichiro Higashinaka, Yuichiro Yoshikawa, Hiroshi Ishiguro and Junji Tomita Creating Large-Scale Argumentation Structures for Dialogue Systems
11.45-13.25 Marilyn Walker, Albry Smither, Shereen Oraby, Vrindavan Harrison and Hadar Shemtov Exploring Conversational Language Generation for Rich Content about Hotels
11.45-13.25 Sarah Fillwock and David Traum Identification of Personal Information Shared in Chat-Oriented Dialogue
11.45-13.25 Thi Lan Ngo, Pham Khac Linh and Takeda Hideaki A Vietnamese Dialog Act Corpus Based on ISO 24617-2 standard
11.45-13.25 Nishitha Guntakandla and Nielsen Rodney Annotating Reflections for Health Behavior Change Therapy


Session P54 - Discourse Annotation, Representation and Processing (2) Chair: Bruno Cartoni
11.45-13.25 Amal Alsaif, Tasniem Alyahya, Madawi Alotaibi, Huda Almuzaini and Abeer Algahtani Annotating Attribution Relations in Arabic
11.45-13.25 Emer Gilmartin, Christian Saam, Brendan Spillane, Maria O'Reilly, Ketong Su, Arturo Calvo, Loredana Cerrato, Killian Levacher, Nick Campbell and Vincent Wade The ADELE Corpus of Dyadic Social Text Conversations:Dialog Act Annotation with ISO 24617-2
11.45-13.25 Deniz Zeyrek and Murathan Kurfalı An Assessment of Explicit Inter- and Intra-sentential Discourse Connectives in Turkish Discourse Bank
11.45-13.25 Alicia Burga, Monica Dominguez, Mireia Farrús and Leo Wanner Compilation of Corpora for the Study of the Information Structure–Prosody Interface
11.45-13.25 Rui Sakaida, Ryosaku Makino and Mayumi Bono Preliminary Analysis of Embodied Interactions between Science Communicators and Visitors Based on a Multimodal Corpus of Japanese Conversations in a Science Museum
11.45-13.25 Yudai Kishimoto, Shinnosuke Sawada, Yugo Murawaki, Daisuke Kawahara and Sadao Kurohashi Improving Crowdsourcing-Based Annotation of Japanese Discourse Relations
11.45-13.25 Azadeh Mirzaei and Pegah Safari Persian Discourse Treebank and coreference corpus
11.45-13.25 Yuanliang Meng, Anna Rumshisky and Florence Sullivan Automatic Labeling of Problem-Solving Dialogues for Computational Microgenetic Learning Analytics
11.45-13.25 Milagro Teruel, Cristian Cardellino, Fernando Cardellino, Laura Alonso Alemany and Serena Villata Increasing Argument Annotation Reproducibility by Using Inter-annotator Agreement to Improve Guidelines


Session P55 - Language Acquisition & CALL (2) Chair: Serge Sharoff
11.45-13.25 Andrea Horbach and Manfred Pinkal Semi-Supervised Clustering for Short Answer Scoring
11.45-13.25 Yan Cao, Yasuhiro Minami, Yuko Okumura and Tessei Kobayashi Analyzing Vocabulary Commonality Index Using Large-scaled Database of Child Language Development
11.45-13.25 Mirko Tavosanis and Federica Cominetti The ICoN Corpus of Academic Written Italian (L1 and L2)
11.45-13.25 Anisia Katinskaia, Javad Nouri and Roman Yangarber Revita: a Language-learning Platform at the Intersection of ITS and CALL
11.45-13.25 Bettina Braun and Katharina Zahner The Distribution and Prosodic Realization of Verb Forms in German Infant-Directed Speech
11.45-13.25 Steven Moran, Danica Pajović and Sabine Stoll Cross-linguistically Small World Networks are Ubiquitous in Child-directed Speech
11.45-13.25 Keying Li and John Lee L1-L2 Parallel Treebank of Learner Chinese: Overused and Underused Syntactic Structures
11.45-13.25 Roberts Darģis, Ilze Auziņa and Kristīne Levāne-Petrova The Use of Text Alignment in Semi-Automatic Error Analysis: Use Case in the Development of the Corpus of the Latvian Language Learners
11.45-13.25 Iria Del Río Gayo and Amália Mendes Error annotation in a Learner Corpus of Portuguese
11.45-13.25 Leonardo Zilio, Rodrigo Wilkens and Cédrick Fairon An SLA Corpus Annotated with Pedagogically Relevant Grammatical Structures


Session P56 - Less-Resourced/Endangered Languages (2) Chair: Sonja Bosch
11.45-13.25 Andargachew Mekonnen Gezmu, Andreas Nürnberger and Binyam Ephrem Seyoum Portable Spelling Corrector for a Less-Resourced Language: Amharic
11.45-13.25 Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Albert Rilliard and Frédéric Vernier A Speaking Atlas of the Regional Languages of France
11.45-13.25 Anant Maheshwari, Leo Bouscarrat and Paul Cook Towards Language Technology for Mi'kmaq
11.45-13.25 Lucie Steiblé and Delphine Bernhard Pronunciation Dictionaries for the Alsatian Dialects to Analyze Spelling and Phonetic Variation
11.45-13.25 Rodolfo Mercado, José Pereira, Marco Antonio Sobrevilla Cabezudo and Arturo Oncevay ChAnot: An Intelligent Annotation Tool for Indigenous and Highly Agglutinative Languages in Peru
11.45-13.25 Claudia Soria, Valeria Quochi and Irene Russo The DLDP Survey on Digital Use and Usability of EU Regional and Minority Languages
11.45-13.25 Robert Jimerson and Emily Prud'hommeaux ASR for Documenting Acutely Under-Resourced Indigenous Languages


Session P57 - Opinion Mining / Sentiment Analysis (3) Chair: Rodrigo Agerri
11.45-13.25 Henrico Brum and Maria das Graças Volpe Nunes Building a Sentiment Corpus of Tweets in Brazilian Portuguese
11.45-13.25 Gavin Abercrombie and Riza Batista-Navarro 'Aye' or 'No'? Speech-level Sentiment Analysis of Hansard UK Parliamentary Debate Transcripts
11.45-13.25 Jon Chamberlain, Udo Kruschwitz and Orland Hoeber Scalable Visualisation of Sentiment and Stance
11.45-13.25 Erik Velldal, Lilja Øvrelid, Eivind Alexander Bergem, Cathrine Stadsnes, Samia Touileb and Fredrik Jørgensen NoReC: The Norwegian Review Corpus
11.45-13.25 Jacobo Rouces, Nina Tahmasebi, Lars Borin and Stian Rødven Eide SenSALDO: Creating a Sentiment Lexicon for Swedish
11.45-13.25 Daniel Peñaloza, Juanjosé Tenorio, Rodrigo López, Héctor Gomez, Arturo Oncevay and Marco Antonio Sobrevilla Cabezudo Corpus Building and Evaluation of Aspect-based Opinion Summaries from Tweets in Spanish
11.45-13.25 Alessandra Teresa Cignarella, Cristina Bosco, Viviana Patti and Mirko Lai Application and Analysis of a Multi-layered Scheme for Irony on the Italian Twitter Corpus TWITTIRÒ
11.45-13.25 Jan Kocoń, Arkadiusz Janz and Maciej Piasecki Classifier-based Polarity Propagation in a WordNet


Session P58 - Sign Language Chair: Thomas Hanke
11.45-13.25 Sarah Ebling, Necati Cihan Camgöz, Penny Boyes Braem, Katja Tissi, Sandra Sidler-Miserez, Stephanie Stoll, Simon Hadfield, Tobias Haug, Richard Bowden, Sandrine Tornay, Marzieh Razavi and Mathew Magimai-Doss SMILE Swiss German Sign Language Dataset
11.45-13.25 Vadim Kimmelman, Anna Klezovich and George Moroz IPSL: A Database of Iconicity Patterns in Sign Languages. Creation and Use
11.45-13.25 Shi Yu, Carlo Geraci and Natasha Abner Sign Languages and the Online World Online Dictionaries & Lexicostatistics
11.45-13.25 Michael Filhol and Mohamed Nassime Hadjadj Elicitation protocol and material for a corpus of long prepared monologues in Sign Language
11.45-13.25 Heike Brock and Kazuhiro Nakadai Deep JSLC: A Multimodal Corpus Collection for Data-driven Generation of Japanese Sign Language Expressions
11.45-13.25 Mohamed nassime Hadjadj, Michael Filhol and Annelies Braffort Modeling French Sign Language: a proposal for a semantically compositional system


Session P59 - Speech Resource/Database (2) Chair: Christoph Draxler
11.45-13.25 Hanae Koiso, Yasuharu Den, Yuriko Iseki, Wakako Kashino, Yoshiko Kawabata, Ken'ya Nishikawa, Yayoi Tanaka and Yasuyuki Usuda Construction of the Corpus of Everyday Japanese Conversation: An Interim Report
11.45-13.25 Corine Astésano, Mathieu Balaguer, Jérôme Farinas, Corinne Fredouille, Pascal Gaillard, Alain Ghio, Imed Laaridh, Muriel Lalain, Benoît Lepage, Julie Mauclair, Olivier Nocaudie, Julien Pinquier, Oriol Pont, Gilles Pouchoulin, Michèle Puech, Danièle Robert, Etienne Sicard and Virginie Woisard Carcinologic Speech Severity Index Project: A Database of Speech Disorder Productions to Assess Quality of Life Related to Speech After Cancer
11.45-13.25 Annie Rialland, Martine Adda-Decker, Guy-Noël Kouarata, Gilles Adda, Laurent Besacier, Lori Lamel, Elodie Gauthier, Pierre Godard and Jamison Cooper-Leavitt Parallel Corpora in Mboshi (Bantu C25, Congo-Brazzaville)
11.45-13.25 Arif Khan, Ingmar Steiner, Yusuke Sugano, Andreas Bulling and Ross Macdonald A Multimodal Corpus of Expert Gaze and Behavior during Phonetic Segmentation Tasks
11.45-13.25 Zhongxi Cai, Koichiro Ryu and Shigeki Matsubara Statistical Analysis of Missing Translation in Simultaneous Interpretation Using A Large-scale Bilingual Speech Corpus
11.45-13.25 Aghilas SINI, Damien Lolive, Gaëlle Vidal, Marie Tahon and Élisabeth Delais-Roussarie SynPaFlex-Corpus: An Expressive French Audiobooks Corpus dedicated to expressive speech synthesis.
11.45-13.25 Piotr Pęzik Increasing the Accessibility of Time-Aligned Speech Corpora with Spokes Mix
11.45-13.25 Cécile Fougeron, Veronique Delvaux, Lucie Ménard and Marina Laganaro The MonPaGe_HA Database for the Documentation of Spoken French Throughout Adulthood
11.45-13.25 Per Fallgren, Zofia Malisz and Jens Edlund Bringing Order to Chaos: A Non-Sequential Approach for Browsing Large Sets of Found Audio Data
11.45-13.25 Robert Herms, Maria Wirzberger, Maximilian Eibl and Günter Daniel Rey CoLoSS: Cognitive Load Corpus with Speech and Performance Data from a Symbol-Digit Dual-Task
11.45-13.25 Jennifer Tracey and Stephanie Strassel VAST: A Corpus of Video Annotation for Speech Technologies


Session P60 - Corpus Creation, Annotation, Use (2) Chair: Beatrice Daille
14.45-16.05 Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Jacqueline Brixey, Trung Bui, Walter Chang, Doo Soon Kim, Ron Artstein and Kallirroi Georgila Edit me: A Corpus and a Framework for Understanding Natural Language Image Editing
14.45-16.05 Anna Feltracco, Elisabetta Jezek and Bernardo Magnini Enriching a Lexicon of Discourse Connectives with Corpus-based Data
14.45-16.05 Carolina Scarton, Gustavo Paetzold and Lucia Specia SimPA: A Sentence-Level Simplification Corpus for the Public Administration Domain
14.45-16.05 Jorge Alberto Wagner Filho, Rodrigo Wilkens, Marco Idiart and Aline Villavicencio The brWaC Corpus: A New Open Resource for Brazilian Portuguese
14.45-16.05 Pavel Kral and Ladislav Lenc Czech Text Document Corpus v 2.0
14.45-16.05 Lydia Müller, Uwe Quasthoff and Maciej Sumalvico Corpora of Typical Sentences
14.45-16.05 Marc Kupietz, Harald Lüngen, Pawel Kamocki and Andreas Witt The German Reference Corpus DeReKo: New Developments – New Opportunities
14.45-16.05 Steinþór Steingrímsson, Sigrún Helgadóttir, Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, Starkaður Barkarson and Jon Gudnason Risamálheild: A Very Large Icelandic Text Corpus


Session P61 - Lexicon (3) Chair: John McCrae
14.45-16.05 Federica Vezzani, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Geneviève Henrot TriMED: A Multilingual Terminological Database
14.45-16.05 Sonja Bosch, Thomas Eckart, Bettina Klimek, Dirk Goldhahn and Uwe Quasthoff Preparation and Usage of Xhosa Lexicographical Data for a Multilingual, Federated Environment
14.45-16.05 Amália Mendes, Iria Del Río Gayo, Manfred Stede and Felix Dombek A Lexicon of Discourse Markers for Portuguese – LDM-PT
14.45-16.05 Fahad Khan, Andrea Bellandi, Francesca Frontini and Monica Monachini One Language to rule them all: modelling Morphological Patterns in a Large Scale Italian Lexicon with SWRL
14.45-16.05 Gerard De Melo Metaphor Suggestions based on a Semantic Metaphor Repository
14.45-16.05 Aleksander Wawer and Justyna Sarzyńska The Linguistic Category Model in Polish (LCM-PL)
14.45-16.05 Diego Maguiño Valencia, Arturo Oncevay and Marco Antonio Sobrevilla Cabezudo WordNet-Shp: Towards the Building of a Lexical Database for a Peruvian Minority Language
14.45-16.05 Alexsandro Fonseca, Fatiha Sadat and François Lareau Retrieving Information from the French Lexical Network in RDF/OWL Format


Session P62 - Named Entity Recognition Chair: Gilles Francopoulo
14.45-16.05 Abbas Ghaddar and Phillippe Langlais Transforming Wikipedia into a Large-Scale Fine-Grained Entity Type Corpus
14.45-16.05 Halidanmu Abudukelimu, Adudoukelimu Abulizi, Boliang Zhang, Xiaoman Pan, Di Lu, Heng Ji and Yang Liu Error Analysis of Uyghur Name Tagging: Language-specific Techniques and Remaining Challenges
14.45-16.05 Hanieh Poostchi, Ehsan Zare Borzeshi and Massimo Piccardi BiLSTM-CRF for Persian Named-Entity Recognition ArmanPersoNERCorpus: the First Entity-Annotated Persian Dataset
14.45-16.05 Juyeon Kang and Jungyeul Park Data Anonymization for Requirements Quality Analysis: a Reproducible Automatic Error Detection Task
14.45-16.05 Martin Schiersch, Veselina Mironova, Maximilian Schmitt, Philippe Thomas, Aleksandra Gabryszak and Leonhard Hennig A German Corpus for Fine-Grained Named Entity Recognition and Relation Extraction of Traffic and Industry Events
14.45-16.05 Saskia Schön, Veselina Mironova, Aleksandra Gabryszak and Leonhard Hennig A Corpus Study and Annotation Schema for Named Entity Recognition and Relation Extraction of Business Products
14.45-16.05 Juliana Pirovani and Elias Oliveira Portuguese Named Entity Recognition using Conditional Random Fields and Local Grammars
14.45-16.05 Qi Lu, YaoSheng Yang, Zhenghua Li, Wenliang Chen and Min Zhang M-CNER: A Corpus for Chinese Named Entity Recognition in Multi-Domains
14.45-16.05 Kevin Bowden, Jiaqi Wu, Shereen Oraby, Amita Misra and Marilyn Walker SlugNERDS: A Named Entity Recognition Tool for Open Domain Dialogue Systems
14.45-16.05 Ji Young Lee, Franck Dernoncourt and Peter Szolovits Transfer Learning for Named-Entity Recognition with Neural Networks


Session P63 - Parsing, Syntax, Treebank (2) Chair: Jan Hajič
14.45-16.05 Marie Mikulová and Eduard Bejček ForFun 1.0: Prague Database of Forms and Functions -- An Invaluable Resource for Linguistic Research
14.45-16.05 Lilja Øvrelid, Andre Kåsen, Kristin Hagen, Anders Nøklestad, Per Erik Solberg and Janne Bondi Johannessen The LIA Treebank of Spoken Norwegian Dialects
14.45-16.05 Guillaume Wisniewski Errator: a Tool to Help Detect Annotation Errors in the Universal Dependencies Project
14.45-16.05 Shubham Bhardwaj, Neelamadhav Gantayat, Nikhil Chaturvedi, Rahul Garg and Sumeet Agarwal SandhiKosh: A Benchmark Corpus for Evaluating Sanskrit Sandhi Tools
14.45-16.05 Vincent Kríž and Barbora Hladka Czech Legal Text Treebank 2.0
14.45-16.05 Normunds Gruzitis, Lauma Pretkalnina, Baiba Saulite, Laura Rituma, Gunta Nespore-Berzkalne, Arturs Znotins and Peteris Paikens Creation of a Balanced State-of-the-Art Multilayer Corpus for NLU
14.45-16.05 Manjuan Duan and William Schuler Test Sets for Chinese Nonlocal Dependency Parsing
14.45-16.05 Sebastien Delecraz, Alexis Nasr, FREDERIC BECHET and Benoit Favre Adding Syntactic Annotations to Flickr30k Entities Corpus for Multimodal Ambiguous Prepositional-Phrase Attachment Resolution
14.45-16.05 Christian Chiarcos, Benjamin Kosmehl, Christian Fäth and Maria Sukhareva Analyzing Middle High German Syntax with RDF and SPARQL
14.45-16.05 Djamé Seddah, Eric De La Clergerie, Benoît Sagot, Héctor Martínez Alonso and Marie Candito Cheating a Parser to Death: Data-driven Cross-Treebank Annotation Transfer
14.45-16.05 Chiara Alzetta, Felice Dell'Orletta, Simonetta Montemagni and Giulia Venturi Universal Dependencies and Quantitative Typological Trends. A Case Study on Word Order


Session P64 - Wordnets and Ontologies Chair: Elena Montiel-Ponsoda
14.45-16.05 Koki Washio and Tsuneaki Kato Undersampling Improves Hypernymy Prototypicality Learning
14.45-16.05 Vanya Dimitrova, Christian Fäth, Christian Chiarcos, Heike Renner-Westermann and Frank Abromeit Interoperability of Language-related Information: Mapping the BLL Thesaurus to Lexvo and Glottolog
14.45-16.05 António Branco, Ruben Branco, Chakaveh Saedi and João Silva Browsing and Supporting Pluricentric Global Wordnet, or just your Wordnet of Interest
14.45-16.05 Javier Alvez, Itziar Gonzalez-Dios and German Rigau Cross-checking WordNet and SUMO Using Meronymy
14.45-16.05 Wei-Yun Ma and Yueh-Yin Shih Extended HowNet 2.0 – An Entity-Relation Common-Sense Representation Model
14.45-16.05 Roxane Segers, Tommaso Caselli and Piek Vossen The Circumstantial Event Ontology (CEO) and ECB+/CEO: an Ontology and Corpus for Implicit Causal Relations between Events
14.45-16.05 Mahmoud El-Haj, Paul Rayson, Scott Piao and Jo Knight Profiling Medical Journal Articles Using a Gene Ontology Semantic Tagger
14.45-16.05 Felix Gervits and Matthias Scheutz Towards a Conversation-Analytic Taxonomy of Speech Overlap
14.45-16.05 Diptesh Kanojia, Kevin Patel and Pushpak Bhattacharyya Indian Language Wordnets and their Linkages with Princeton WordNet


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