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KONVENS 2018

Venue: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Sonnenfelsgasse 19

OVERVIEW

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18 Sep 18 - Get-together (18-20h, optional)

19 Sep 18 - CONFERENCE Day 1 (9-18h), Session 1, GSCL Board Meeting, Session 2, GSCL Member Meeting (16h), Welcome Drink

20 Sep 18 - CONFERENCE Day 2 (9-18h), Session 3, Poster Session (11am), Session 4, IGGSA Member Meeting, Social Event

21 Sep 18 - GermEval Workshop (9-17h) and Hands-on Session on Tweets (9-13h)

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Preliminary PROGRAM for KONVENS 2018

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PRESENTATION FORMATS

Poster Specifications: A0 portrait or A1

Talks: 30 min. incl. questions

 

LIST OF ACCEPTED PAPERS

 

Stephen McGrgor and Barbara McGillivray    A Distributional Semantic
Methodology for Enhanced Search in Historical Records: A Case Study on Smell

Eilf Kara, Tatjana Zeen, Aleksandra Gabryszak and Roland Roller    A
Domain-adapted Dependency Parser for German Clinical Text

Ines Rehbein, Josef Ruppenhofer and Victor Zimmermann    A harmonised
testsuite for POS tagging of German social media data

Gregor Wiedemann, Raghav Jindal and Chris Biemann    A Micro-service for
German Named Entity Recognition based on 3-CNN-BiLSTM-CRF

Simon Clematide    A Simple and Effective biLSTM Approach to Aspect-Based
Sentiment Analysis in Social Media Customer Feedback

Thomas Schmidt and Swantje Westpfahl    A Study on Gaps and Syntactic
Boundaries in Spoken Interaction

Giuseppe Celano, Michael Richter, Rebecca Voll and Gerhard Heyer    Aspect
coding asymmetries of verbs: The case of Russian

Britta Grusdt, Jan Nehring and Philippe Thomas    Bootstrapping patterns
for the detection of mobility related events

Thomas Kleinbauer and Thomas Trost    Comparing Distributional and Frame
Semantic Properties of Words

Michael Wojatzki and Zesch Torsten    Comparing Target Sets for Stance
Detection: A Case Study on YouTube Comments on Death Penalty

Kyoko Sugisaki and Don Tuggener    Compound Splitting in German: A Solved
Problem?

Maryam Mohammadi, Maurice Langner, Judith Fischer and Ralf Klabunde Conveying the user's intention by generating speech act conditionals as indirect answers

Darina Gold, Marie Bexte and Torsten Zesch    Corpus of aspect-based
sentiment in political debates

Jean Argouarch    Dependency, skip-grams, association tensors and machine
learning for sentence completion

Michael Wojatzki, Tobias Horsmann, Darina Gold and Torsten Zesch    Do
Women Perceive Hate Differently: Examining the Relationship Between Hate Speech, Gender, and Agreement Judgments

Benedikt Adelmann, Melanie Andresen, Wolfgang Menzel and Heike
Zinsmeister 
   Evaluation of out-of domain dependency parsing for its
application in a digital humanities project

Julia Suter and Michael Strube    Extending and Exploiting the Entity Graph
for Visualization, Analysis and Classification of German Texts

Christoph Hesse    Giving the wrong impression: Strategic use of
comparatively modified numerals in a question answering system

Markus Gärtner and Jonas Kuhn    Making Corpus Querying Ready for the
Future: Challenges and Concepts

Nima Nabizadeh, Mittul Singh and Dietrich Klakow    Outperforming Neural
Readers Using Broad-Context Discriminative Language Modeling on the LAMBADA Word Prediction Task

Adam Roussel, Stefanie Dipper, Sarah Jablotschkin and Heike Zinsmeister Towards the Automatic Resolution of Discourse Deixis: Insights from Annotation

Dmitry Ustalov, Alexander Panchenko, Chris Biemann and Simone Paolo
Ponzetto  
 Unsupervised Sense-Aware Hypernymy Extraction

Fabian Barteld, Chris Biemann and Heike Zinsmeister    Variations on the
theme of variation: Dealing with spelling variation for fine-grained POS tagging of historical texts

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Poster Specifications: A0 or A1 portrait

 

 

KONVENS 2018