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Second Workshop on Language Technologies for Historical and Ancient Languages within LREC 2022

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Saturday, June 25, 2022

 Long and Short Papers
 Identifying Cleartext in Historical Ciphers
Maria-Elena Gambardella, Beata Megyesi and Eva Pettersson
 Detecting Diachronic Syntactic Developments in Presence of Bias Terms
Oliver Hellwig and Sven Sellmer
 Accurate Dependency Parsing and Tagging of Latin
Sebastian Nehrdich and Oliver Hellwig
 Annotating “Absolute” Preverbs in the Homeric and Vedic Treebanks
Luca Brigada Villa, Erica Biagetti and Chiara Zanchi
 CHJ-WLSP: Annotation of ‘Word List by Semantic Principles’ Labels for the Corpus of Historical Japanese
Masayuki Asahara, Nao Ikegami, Tai Suzuki, Taro Ichimura, Asuko Kondo, Sachi Kato and Makoto Yamazaki
 The IKUVINA Treebank
Mathieu Dehouck
 Machine Translation of 16Th Century Letters from Latin to German
Lukas Fischer, Patricia Scheurer, Raphael Schwitter and Martin Volk
 A Treebank-based Approach to the Supprema Constructio in Dante’s Latin Works
Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini and Giulia Pedonese
 From Inscriptions to Lexica and Back: A Platform for Editing and Linking the Languages of Ancient Italy
Valeria Quochi, Andrea Bellandi, Fahad Khan, Michele Mallia, Francesca Murano, Silvia Piccini, Luca Rigobianco, Alessandro Tommasi and Cesare Zavattari
 BERToldo, the Historical BERT for Italian
Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Stefano Menini and Sara Tonelli
 In Search of the Flocks: How to Perform Onomasiological Queries in an Ancient Greek Corpus?
Alek Keersmaekers and Toon Van Hal
 Contextual Unsupervised Clustering of Signs for Ancient Writing Systems
Michele Corazza, Fabio Tamburini, Miguel Valério and Silvia Ferrara
 Towards the Creation of a Diachronic Corpus for Italian: A Case Study on the GDLI Quotations
Manuel Favaro, Elisa Guadagnini, Eva Sassolini, Marco Biffi and Simonetta Montemagni
 Automatic Translation Alignment for Ancient Greek and Latin
Tariq Yousef, Chiara Palladino, David J. Wright and Monica Berti
 Handling Stress in Finite-State Morphological Analyzers for Ancient Greek and Ancient Hebrew
Daniel Swanson and Francis Tyers
 From Inscription to Semi-automatic Annotation of Maya Hieroglyphic Texts
Cristina Vertan and Christian Prager
 Multilingual Named Entity Recognition for Medieval Charters Using Stacked Embeddings and Bert-based Models.
Sergio Torres Aguilar
 Linguistic Annotation of Neo-Latin Mathematical Texts: A Pilot-Study to Improve the Automatic Parsing of the Archimedes Latinus
Margherita Fantoli and Miryam de Lhoneux
 EvaHan Technical Reports
 The First International Ancient Chinese Word Segmentation and POS Tagging Bakeoff: Overview of the EvaHan 2022 Evaluation Campaign
Bin Li, Yiguo Yuan, Jingya Lu, Minxuan Feng, Chao Xu, Weiguang QU and Dongbo Wang
 Automatic Word Segmentation and Part-of-Speech Tagging of Ancient Chinese Based on BERT Model
Yu Chang, Peng Zhu, Chaoping Wang and Chaofan Wang
 Ancient Chinese Word Segmentation and Part-of-Speech Tagging Using Data Augmentation
Yanzhi Tian and Yuhang Guo
 BERT 4EVER@EvaHan 2022: Ancient Chinese Word Segmentation and Part-of-Speech Tagging Based on Adversarial Learning and Continual Pre-training
Hailin Zhang, Ziyu Yang, Yingwen Fu and Ruoyao Ding
 Construction of Segmentation and Part of Speech Annotation Model in Ancient Chinese
Longjie Jiang, Qinyu C. Chang, Huyin H. Xie and Zhuying Z. Xia
 Simple Tagging System with RoBERTa for Ancient Chinese
Binghao Tang, Boda Lin and Si Li
 The Uncertainty-based Retrieval Framework for Ancient Chinese CWS and POS
Pengyu Wang and Zhichen Ren
 Data Augmentation for Low-resource Word Segmentation and POS Tagging of Ancient Chinese Texts
Yutong Shen, Jiahuan Li, Shujian Huang, Yi Zhou, Xiaopeng Xie and Qinxin Zhao
 A Joint Framework for Ancient Chinese WS and POS Tagging Based on Adversarial Ensemble Learning
Shuxun Yang
 Glyph Features Matter: A Multimodal Solution for EvaHan in LT4HALA2022
Wei Xinyuan, liu Weihao, Qing Zong, Zhang Shaoqing and Baotian Hu
 EvaLatin Technical Reports
 Overview of the EvaLatin 2022 Evaluation Campaign
Rachele Sprugnoli, Marco Passarotti, Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini, Margherita Fantoli and Giovanni Moretti
 An ELECTRA Model for Latin Token Tagging Tasks
Wouter Mercelis and Alek Keersmaekers
 Transformer-based Part-of-Speech Tagging and Lemmatization for Latin
Krzysztof Wróbel and Krzysztof Nowak