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PROCEEDINGS of the 14th Conference on Natural Language Processing

Editors: Adrien Barbaresi, Hanno Biber, Friedrich Neubarth, Rainer Osswald
Vienna, Austria, September 19-21, 2018


A Distributional Semantic Methodology for Enhanced Search in Historical Records: A Case Study on Smell
Stephen McGregor & Barbara McGillivray, p. 1-11

A Domain-adapted Dependency Parser for German Clinical Text
Elif Kara, Tatjana Zeen, Aleksandra Gabryszak, Klemens Budde, Danilo Schmidt &
Roland Roller, p. 12-17

3  A harmonised testsuite for POS tagging of German social media data
Ines Rehbein, Josef Ruppenhofer & Victor Zimmermann, p. 18-28

4  A Simple and Effective biLSTM Approach to Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis in Social Media Customer Feedback
Simon Clematide, p. 29-33

Aspect coding asymmetries of verbs: The case of Russian
Giuseppe G.A. Celano, Michael Richter, Rebecca Voll & Gerhard Heyer, p. 34-39

6  A Study on Gaps and Syntactic Boundaries in Spoken Interaction
Thomas Schmidt & Swantje Westpfahl, p. 40-49

Bootstrapping patterns for the detection of mobility related events
Britta Grusdt, Jan Nehring & Philippe Thomas, p. 50-59

Comparing Distributional and Frame Semantic Properties of Words
Thomas Kleinbauer & Thomas Alexander Trost, p. 60-68

Comparing Target Sets for Stance Detection: A Case Study on YouTube Comments on Death Penalty
Michael Wojatzki & Torsten Zesch, p. 69-79

10  Conveying the user’s intention by generating speech act conditionals as indirect answers
Maryam Mohammadi, Judith Fischer, Maurice Langner & Ralf Klabunde, p. 80-88

11  Corpus of Aspect-based Sentiment in Political Debates
Darina Gold, Marie Bexte & Torsten Zesch, p. 89-99

12  Dependency, skip-grams, association tensors and machine learning for sentence completion
Jean Argouarc’h, p. 100-109

13  Do Women Perceive Hate Differently: Examining the Relationship Between Hate Speech, Gender, and Agreement Judgments
Michael Wojatzki Tobias Horsmann, Darina Gold & Torsten Zesch, p. 110-120

14  Evaluation of Out-of-Domain Dependency Parsing for its Application in a Digital Humanities Project
Benedikt Adelmann, Wolfgang Menzel, Melanie Andresen & Heike Zinsmeister, p. 121-135

15  Extending and Exploiting the Entity Graph for Analysis, Classification and Visualization of German Texts
Julia Suter & Michael Strube, p. 136-140

16  German Compound Splitting Using the Compound Productivity of Morphemes
Kyoko Sugisaki & Don Tuggener, p. 141-147

17  Giving the wrong impression: Strategic use of comparatively modified numerals in a question answering system
Christoph Hesse & Anton Benz, p. 148-157

18  Making Corpus Querying Ready for the Future: Challenges and Concepts
Markus Gärtner & Jonas Kuhn, p. 158-164

19  microNER: A Micro-Service for German Named Entity Recognition based on BiLSTM-CRF
Gregor Wiedemann, Raghav Jindal & Chris Biemann, p. 165-171

20  Outperforming Neural Readers Using Broad-Context Discriminative Language Modeling on the LAMBADA Word Prediction Task
Nima Nabizadeh, Mittul Singh & Dietrich Klakow, p. 172-177

21  Towards the Automatic Resolution of Anaphora with Non-nominal Antecedents: Insights from Annotation
Adam Roussel, Stefanie Dipper, Sarah Jablotschkin & Heike Zinsmeister, p. 178-191

22  Unsupervised Sense-Aware Hypernymy Extraction
Dmitry Ustalov, Alexander Panchenko, Chris Biemann & Simone Paolo Ponzetto, p. 192-201

23  Variations on the theme of variation: Dealing with spelling variation for finegrained POS tagging of historical texts
Fabian Barteld, Chris Biemann & Heike Zinsmeister, p. 202-212