The 22nd Meeting of Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands

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Final program for CLIN22 - 20 January 2012

9:00-9:30 Coffee + Registration (Foyer)
Session 1 Parsing & Grammar (DZ3) Machine Learning (DZ4) Semantics (DZ6) New Media (DZ7) TT-NWW Project (DZ8)
9:30-9:50 Querying Treebanks by Example (Liesbeth Augustinus) Kernel-based Logical and Relational Learning with kLog for Hedge Cue Detection (Mathias Verbeke) Lexical Acquisition for Improved Syntax-based Semantic Space Models (Kostadin Cholakov) Towards Identifying Normal Forms for Various Word Form Spellings on Twitter (Hans Van Halteren) What do cats have to do with explicit semantics? (Menzo Windhouwer)
9:50-10:10 Grammar induction for assistive domestic vocal interfaces (Janneke Van De Loo) Transformation-based Learning for Trees (Daniël De Kok) Towards an Efficient Combination of Similarity Measures for Semantic Relation Extraction (Alexander Panchenko) Choosing the best classifier for the job: Content filtering for mobile applications (Marissa Griesel) A Web Service Interface for the Dutch Parser Alpino (Erik Tjong Kim Sang)
10:10-10:30 Phonemic transliteration for reducing parsing ambiguity in Chechen (Erwin Komen) Joint learning of dependency parsing and semantic role labeling (Antal Van Den Bosch) Training an SRL system on cross-lingual projections in divergent parses (Tom Vanallemeersch) Developing a part-of-speech tagger for Dutch tweets (Mehdi Aminian) FoLiA: Format for Linguistic Annotation (Maarten Van Gompel)
10:30-10:50 Semantic tunneling via formatting similarity: a case study (Carsten Lygteskov Hansen) Twitter in The Netherlands (Erik Tjong Kim Sang) Dynamic deployment of webservices in TTNWW (Marc Kemps-Snijders)
10:50-11:10 Coffee break (Foyer)
11:10-11:20 Welcome (DZ2)
11:20-12:30 Invited speaker: Marco Baroni: Distributional semantics in the phrasal and sentential domains: How and why (DZ2)
12:30-13:40 Lunch + Poster session (Foyer)
Creating a semantically annotated corpus based on Discourse Representation Theory (Johan Bos) Disambiguating Named Entities with specific context (Jean-Leon Bouraoui) Extracting trending topics from corporate website search logs (Peter Bourgonje) Latent Semantic Indexing Based Feature Selection applied to Supervised WSD (Soha Eid) A Natural Language Query Processor for Database Interfaces (Nijesh Hirpara)
Patent classification using the Stanford Parser (Eva D'Hondt) Adopting Factive Information to Sentiment Analysis (Hayeon Jang) Building an evaluation corpus for domain-independent multilingual terminology extraction (Marjan Van De Kauter) Iteratively Learning Backchannel Timings from Subjective Ratings (Iwan De Kok) Automated annotation using audio and video analysis (Przemyslaw Lenkiewicz)
A thresholding approach to emotion detection in suicide notes (Kim Luyckx) Disambiguating Modality: True, Possible or False? (Olga Morozova) Improved search in the CGN and Lassy treebanks with Dact (Gertjan Van Noord) Consistency and Adaptation of Authors’ Language Use on Twitter (Nelleke Oostdijk) Presenting SoNaR: A multi-purpose reference corpus of contemporary written Dutch (Nelleke Oostdijk)
Shuffle Grammar: A New Approach for Analyzing Arabic Verbs (Peyman Passban) Unlocking Language Archives (Herman Stehouwer) Annotation and analysis of overlapping speech in multiparty meeting data (Khiet Truong)
Sponsor presentations (DZ2)
13:40-14:00 No more hassle entering metadata! Automatic keywords for the Dutch Parliament. (Dennis De Vries; Gridline)
14:00-14:20 Federated Search: Unlocking Language Resources. (Herman Stehouwer; CLARIN)
14:20-14:40 The multi-purpose reference corpus of contemporary written Dutch, SoNaR: Content Highlights. (Nelleke Oostdijk, Martin Reynaert, Veronique Hoste, Franciska De Jong, Henk Van Den Heuvel, Eric Sanders, Ineke Schuurman, Paola Monachesi, Orphée De Clercq, Bart Desmet, Thijs Verschoor, Vincent Vandeghinste, Maaske Treurniet, Tanja Gaustad and Anne Kuijs; Nederlandse Taalunie)
Session 2 Spelling (DZ3) Discourse (DZ4) Semantic Annotation (DZ6) Text Classification (DZ7) Text Generation (DZ8)
14:40-15:00 A "no-context" orthographic corrector (Jean-Luc Manguin) A Discourse-annotated Dutch Text Corpus (Nynke Van Der Vliet) Defining modality categories for NLP (Roser Morante) Final words: topic detection in suicide notes (Bart Desmet) Sentence Simplification using Simple Wikipedia and its Evaluation (Sander Wubben)
15:00-15:20 Automatic spelling normalization of historical letters (Iris Hendrickx) Representing Projection Phenomena in DRT (Noortje Venhuizen) Evaluating automatic cross-domain Dutch semantic role annotation (Orphée De Clercq) The effect of domain and text type on text prediction quality (Suzan Verberne) Evaluating DAISY Summarisation with Approximated Summaries (Mandy Schiffrin)
15:20-15:40 A context-sensitive spelling checker for Dutch (Tirza Besselink) Multi-source adjustment of multi-layer annotation: the Bits of Wisdom approach (Kilian Evang) Cross-Genre Authorship Verification Using Unmasking (Mike Kestemont) Towards Surface Realisation from Discourse Representation Structures (Valerio Basile)
15:40-16:00 Coffee break (Foyer)
Session 3 Multilinguality (DZ3) Event Detection (DZ4) Learning (DZ6) Corpus (DZ7)
16:00-16:20 Event Prediction through Social Network Analysis (Matje Van De Camp) Multi-way Tensor Factorization for the Unsupervised Induction of Subcategorization Frames (Tim Van De Cruys) Bridge anaphora across different genres (Iris Hendrickx)
16:20-16:40 Salient Feature-based Adapation in Translation Memory and Machine Translation Integration (Tsuyoshi Okita) Computational linguistics in public safety and security (Cor Veenman) Computational and cognitive aspects of word class learning (Grzegorz Chrupala)
16:40-17:00 Discovering Missing Wikipedia Inter-language Links by means of Cross-lingual Word Sense Disambiguation (Els Lefever) Towards automatic detection and classification of the event nominals in French journalistic texts (Dina Garnier-Oeliarisoa) DutchSemCor: from manual annotation to active learning (Piek Vossen) Mining Cultural Heritage Metadata (Kalliopi Zervanou)
17:10-18:30 Reception (Faculty Club)