Language Technology Lab

Paper accepted for CMC-Corpora 2017

05.09.2017


The following paper has been accepted for the CMC-Corpora conference in Bolzano, Italy:
  • Tobias Horsmann, Michael Beißwenger and Torsten Zesch: Reliable Part-of-Speech Tagging of Low-frequency Phenomena in the Social Media Domain

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Paper accepted for ACLing 2017

05.09.2017


The following paper has been accepted for the 3rd International Conference on Arabic Computational Linguistics – ACLing 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates:
  • Osama Hamed and Torsten Zesch: The Role of Diacritics in Designing Lexical Recognition Tests for Arabic

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Paper accepted for GSCL 2017

11.07.2017


The following paper has been accepted for GSCL 2017 in Berlin:
  • Darina Benikova, Michael Wojatzki and Torsten Zesch: What does this Imply? Examining the Impact of Implicitness on the Perception of Hate Speech

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Paper accepted for RANLP 2017

11.07.2017


The following submission was accepted at RANLP 2017 in Varna, Bulgaria:
  • Darina Benikova and Torsten Zesch: Same same, but different: Compositionality of paraphrase granularity levels

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Two papers accepted at the Building Educational Applications Workshop at EMNLP 2017

06.07.2017


The following submissions were accepted at the Building Educational Applications Workshop at EMNLP 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark:

  • Andrea Horbach, Dirk Scholten-Akoun, Yuning Ding and Torsten Zesch: Fine-grained essay scoring of a complex writing task for native speakers
  • Brian Riordan, Andrea Horbach, Aoife Cahill, Torsten Zesch and Chong Min Lee: Investigating neural architectures for short answer scoring

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Shared Task Participation in Stance and Gender Detection in Tweets on Catalan Independence@Ibereval 2017

05.07.2017



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Paper accepted at EMNLP 2017

01.07.2017


The following submission was accepted at EMNLP 2017 in Kopenhagen, Denmark:

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GermEval 2017 Shared Task on Aspect-based Sentiment Accepted

07.04.2017


The German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology (GSCL) has accepted our proposal for a workshop and shared task at GSCL 2017 in Berlin. The workshop is organized jointly between the Language Technology Lab and the Language Technology group at the University of Hamburg.

We are looking forward for many participations on the task of Shared Task on Aspect-based Sentiment in Social Media Customer Feedback for German. More information, including data, timeline and background is available on the workshop homepage.


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Reem Kabbani joins the Language Technology Lab

16.11.2016


Reem Kabbani joins our laboratory as a Ph.D. candidate from October 2016.

Her research will focus on educational NLP.


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Andrea Horbach joins the Language Technology Lab

09.11.2016


Andrea Horbach joined our laboratory as researcher in October 2016. Her work will focus on educational NLP within the project “Bildungsgerechtigkeit im Fokus”.

 


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