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ParlaCLARIN III Workshop on Creating, Enriching and Using Parliamentary Corpora within LREC2022

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20 June 2022

 9:15–9:30 Welcome and introduction
 9:30–10:30 Session 1: Corpus Creation 1
 ParlaMint II: The Show Must Go On
Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Petya Osenova, Tomaž Erjavec, Darja Fišer, Nikola Ljubešić, Çağrı Çöltekin, Matyáš Kopp and Meden Katja
 How GermaParl Evolves: Improving Data Quality by Reproducible Corpus Preparation and User Involvement
Andreas Blaette, Julia Rakers and Christoph Leonhardt
 Between History and Natural Language Processing: Study, Enrichment and Online Publication of French Parliamentary Debates of the Early Third Republic (1881-1899)
Marie Puren, Aurélien Pellet, Nicolas Bourgeois, Pierre Vernus and Fanny Lebreton
 A French Corpus of Québec’s Parliamentary Debates
Pierre André Ménard and Desislava Aleksandrova
 11:00–12:00 Keynote
 Parliamentary Corpora and Research in Political Science and Political History
Luke Blaxill
 12:00–13:00 Session 2: Corpus Enhancement
 Error Correction Environment for the Polish Parliamentary Corpus
Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Michał Rudolf, Beata Wójtowicz and Sonia Janicka
 Clustering Similar Amendments at the Italian Senate
Tommaso Agnoloni, Carlo Marchetti, Roberto Battistoni and Giuseppe Briotti
 Entity Linking in the ParlaMint Corpus
Ruben van Heusden, Maarten Marx and Jaap Kamps
 Visualizing Parliamentary Speeches as Networks: the DYLEN Tool
Seung-bin Yim, Katharina Wünsche, Asil Cetin, Julia Neidhardt, Andreas Baumann and Tanja Wissik
 14:00–15:15 Session 3: Corpus Analysis
 Emotions Running High? A Synopsis of the state of Turkish Politics through the ParlaMint Corpus
Gül M. Kurtoğlu Eskişar and Çağrı Çöltekin
 Immigration in the Manifestos and Parliament Speeches of Danish Left and Right Wing Parties between 2009 and 2020
Costanza Navarretta, Dorte Haltrup Hansen and Bart Jongejan
 Parliamentary Discourse Research in Sociology: Literature Review
Jure Skubic and Darja Fišer
 FrameASt: A Framework for Second-level Agenda Setting in Parliamentary Debates through the Lense of Comparative Agenda Topics
Christopher Klamm, Ines Rehbein and Simone Paolo Ponzetto
 Comparing Formulaic Language in Human and Machine Translation: Insight from a Parliamentary Corpus
Yves Bestgen
 16:30–17:45 Session 4: Corpus Creation 2
 Adding the Basque Parliament Corpus to ParlaMint Project
Jon Alkorta and Mikel Iruskieta Quintian
 ParlaSpeech-HR - a Freely Available ASR Dataset for Croatian Bootstrapped from the ParlaMint Corpus
Nikola Ljubešić, Danijel Koržinek, Peter Rupnik and Ivo-Pavao Jazbec
 Making Italian Parliamentary Records Machine-Actionable: the Construction of the ParlaMint-IT corpus
Tommaso Agnoloni, Roberto Bartolini, Francesca Frontini, Simonetta Montemagni, Carlo Marchetti, Valeria Quochi, Manuela Ruisi and Giulia Venturi
 ParlamentParla: A Speech Corpus of Catalan Parliamentary Sessions
Baybars Kulebi, Carme Armentano-Oller, Carlos Rodriguez-Penagos and Marta Villegas
 ParlaMint-RO: Chamber of the Eternal Future
Petru Rebeja, Mădălina Chitez, Roxana Rogobete, Andreea Dincă and Loredana Bercuci
 17:45–18:00 Pitches of relevant initiatives in the field