Accepted Papers

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Accepted for Oral Presenation

Short Scientific Abtracts

  • Can Computational Meta-Documentary Linguistics provide for Accountability and offer an Alternative to “Reproducibility” in Linguistics? Tobias Weber
  • Functional representation of technical artefacts in ontology- terminology models. Laura Giacomini

Short Research/Position Papers

  • Cherokee Syllabary Texts: Digital Documentation and Linguistic Description. Jeffrey Bourns
  • A Proposal for a Two-way Journey on Validating Locations in Unstructured and Structured Data. Ilkcan Keles, Omar Qawasmeh, Tabea Tietz, Ludovica Marinucci, Roberto Reda and Marieke van Erp
  • SPARQL query recommendation by example: assessing the impact of structural analysis on star-shaped queries. Alessandro Adamou, Carlo Allocca, Mathieu D’Aquin and Enrico Motta
  • Translation-based Dictionary Alignment for Under-resourced Bantu Languages. Thomas Eckart, Sonja Bosch, Dirk Goldhahn, Uwe Quasthoff and Bettina Klimek
  • The Secret to Popular Chinese Web Novels: A Corpus-driven Study.
    Yi-Ju Lin and Shu-Kai Hsieh
  • Automatic detection of language and annotation model information in CoNLL corpora. Frank Abromeit
  • Metalexicography as Knowledge Graph. David Lindemann, Christiane Klaes and Philipp Zumstein
  • Graph-based Annotation Engineering: Towards a gold corpus for Role and Reference Grammar. Christian Chiarcos and Christian Fäth
  • Interlinking SciGraph and DBpedia datasets using Link Discovery and Named Entity Recognition Techniques. Beyza Yaman, Michele Pasin and Markus Freudenberg

long research papers

  • Lemon-tree: Representing Topical Thesauri on the Semantic Web.
    Sander Stolk
  • Predicting math success in an online tutoring system using language data and click-stream variables: A longitudinal analysis.
    Scott Crossley, Shamya Karumbaiah, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Matthew Labrum and Ryan Baker
  • The Shortcomings of Language Tags for Linked Data when Modeling Lesser-Known Languages. Frances Gillis-Webber and Sabine Tittel
  • Inflection-Tolerant Ontology-Based Named Entity Recognition for Real-Time Applications. Christian Jilek, Markus Schröder, Rudolf Novik, Sven Schwarz, Heiko Maus and Andreas Dengel
  • Validation Methodology for Expert-Annotated Datasets: Event Annotation Case Study. Oana Inel and Lora Aroyo
  • Comparison of Different Orthographies for Machine Translation of Under-resourced Dravidian Languages. Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi, Mihael Arcan and John P. McCrae
  • Crowd-sourcing A High-Quality Dataset for Metaphor Identification in Tweets. Omnia Zayed, John P. McCrae and Paul Buitelaar
  • Name Variants for Improving Entity Discovery and Linking. Albert Weichselbraun, Philipp Kuntschik and Adrian M.P. Brasoveanu
  • Opening Digitized Newspapers Corpora: Europeana’s Full-text Data Interoperability Case. Nuno Freire, Antoine Isaac, Twan Goosen, Daan Broeder, Hugo Miguel Álvaro Manguinhas and Valentine Charles
  • Cross-Dictionary Linking at Sense Level with a Double-Layer Classifier.
    Roser Saurí, Louis Mahon, Irene Russo and Mironas Bitinis
  • Ligt: an LLOD-native vocabulary for representing Interlinear Glossed Text as RDF. Christian Chiarcos and Maxim Ionov
  • Exploiting Background Knowledge for Argumentative Relation Classification. Jonathan Kobbe, Juri Opitz, Maria Becker, Ioana Hulpus, Anette Frank and Heiner Stuckenschmidt
  • OWL C: a Contextual Two-dimensional Web Ontology Language.
    Sahar Aljalbout, Gilles Falquet and Didier Buchs
  • Efficient Harmonization of Concurrent Tokenization and Textual Variation. Christian Chiarcos and Niko Schenk
  • Towards the Detection and Formal Representation 1 of Semantic Shifts in Inflection Morphology. Thierry Declerck and Dagmar Gromann

Accepted for Poster Presenation

  • A Comparison of Word Embedding Techniques for Measuring Topic Model Coherence information on submission. Mark Belford and Derek Greene
  • The LiLa Knowledge Base of Linguistic Resources and NLP Tools for Latin. Marco Passarotti, Flavio M. Cecchini, Greta Franzini, Eleonora Litta, Francesco Mambrini and Paolo Ruffolo
  • Lexical Sense Alignment using Weighted Bipartite b-Matching information. Sina Ahmadi, Mihael Arcan and John McCrae
  • Designing a Prototype Architecture for Crowdsourcing Language Resources. Christos Rodosthenous, Verena Lyding, Alexander König, Jolita Horbacauskiene, Anisia Katinskaia, Umair Ul Hassan, Nicos Isaak, Federico Sangati and Lionel Nicolas
  • DYLEN: Diachronic Dynamics of Lexical Networks. Andreas Baumann, Julia Neidhardt and Tanja Wissik
  • Progress on Representing Arabic Lexicons in Lemon. Mustafa Jarrar, Hamzeh Amayreh and John McCrae
  • Multimodal Datasets of the Berlin State Library. David Zellhoefer
  • A Study on Improving Corpus Creation by Pair Annotation. Ines Siebigteroth, Bodo Kraft, Oliver Schmidts and Albert Zündorf
  • Sentiment Annotation in Lessing’s Plays: Towards a Language Resource for Sentiment Analysis on German Literary Texts. Thomas Schmidt, Manuel Burghardt, Katrin Dennerlein and Christian Wolff