Accepted Papers

  • Adrien Barbaresi
    Bootstrapping non-word error correction for a language variant
  • Fabian Barteld, Ingrid Schröder and Heike Zinsmeister
    text-gamma – Inter-annotator agreement for categorization with simultaneous segmentation and transcription-error correction.
  • Dolores Batinić, Sandra Birzer and Heike Zinsmeister
    Creating an extensible, levelled study corpus for learners of Russian
  • Reto Baumgartner
    Morphological analysis and lemmatization for Swiss German using weighted transducers
  • Carlota de Benito, Javier Pueyo and Inés Fernández-Ordóñez
    Creating and designing a corpus of rural Spanish
  • Kay Berkling
    Item Presentation in Primers - An Analysis Based on Acquisition Research
  • Simon Clematide, Karina Frick, Noëmi Aepli and Jean-Philippe Goldman
    Crowdsourcing Swiss Dialect Transcriptions for Assessing Factors in Writing Variations
  • Daniel Dakota
    Brown clustering for unlexcalized parsing
  • Mirela-Stefania Duma and Wolfgang Menzel
    Data Selection for TED Talks using Paragraph Vector
  • Kerstin Eckart and Markus Gärtner
    Creating Silver Standard Annotations for a Corpus of Non-Standard Data
  • Maud Ehrmann, Giovanni Colavizza, Yannick Rochat and Frederic Kaplan
    Le Temps: diachronic evaluation of NER systems on old newspapers
  • Timo Gühring, Nicklas Linz, Rafael Theis and Annemarie Friedrich
    SWAN: an easy-to-use web-based annotation system
  • Sviatlana Höhn, Alain Pfeiffer and Eric Ras
    Challenges of error annotation in native/non-native speaker chat
  • Eva Horch and Ingo Reich
    On “Article Omission” in German and the “Uniform Information Density Hypothesis”
  • Gerhard Jaeger and Pavel Sofroniev
    Automatic cognate classification with a Support Vector Machine
  • Christine Köhn, Tobias Staron and Arne Köhn
    Parsing Free-Form Language Learner Data: Current State and Error Analysis
  • Nikola Ljubešić, Katja Zupan, Darja Fišer and Tomaž Erjavec
    Normalising Slovene data: historical texts vs. user-generated content
  • Harald Lüngen, Michael Beißwenger, Axel Herold, Eric Ehrhardt and Angelika Storrer
    Integrating corpora of computer-mediated communication in CLARIN-D: Results from the curation project ChatCorpus2CLARIN
  • Rahel Oppliger
    Automatic authorship attribution based on character n-grams in Swiss German
  • Sebastian Pado, Jan Snajder, Jason Utt and Britta Zeller
    Smoothing Syntax-Based Semantic Spaces: Let The Winner Take It All
  • Alexander Panchenko, Johannes Simon, Martin Riedl and Chris Biemann
    Noun Sense Induction and Disambiguation using Graph-Based Distributional Semantics
  • Polina Panicheva and Olga Mitrofanova
    Developing a Toolkit for Distributional Analysis of Abnormal Collocations in Russian
  • Michael Percillier
    Verb lemmatization and semantic verb classes in a Middle English corpus
  • Martin Riedl, Tim Feuerbach and Chris Biemann
    Running into Brick Walls Attempting to Improve a Simple Unsupervised Parser
  • Tobias Roth
    Isolation of Place-Name Forms in Toponymic Data
  • Josef Ruppenhofer and Jasper Brandes
    Verifying the robustness of opinion inference
  • Dietmar Schabus, Brigitte Krenn and Friedrich Neubarth
    Data-Driven Identification of Dialogue Acts in Chat Messages
  • Tatjana Scheffler and Manfred Stede
    Mapping PDTB-style connective annotation to RST-style discourse annotation
  • Yves Scherrer and Nikola Ljubešić
    Automatic normalisation of the Swiss German ArchiMob corpus using character-level machine translation
  • Gerold Schneider, Marianne Hundt and Rahel Oppliger
    Part-Of-Speech in Historical Corpora: Tagger Evaluation and Ensemble Systems on ARCHER
  • Fabian Simonjetz and Adam Roussel
    Crosslinguistic Annotation of German and English Shell Noun Complexes
  • Julia Suter, Sarah Ebling and Martin Volk
    Rule-based Automatic Text Simplification for German
  • Martin Volk, Chantal Amrhein, Noëmi Aepli, Mathias Müller and Phillip Ströbel
    Building a Parallel Corpus on the World’s Oldest Banking Magazine
  • Martin Volk, Simon Clematide, Johannes Graën and Phillip Ströbel
    Bi-particle Adverbs, PoS-Tagging and the Recognition of German Separable Prefix Verbs
  • Michael Wojatzki and Torsten Zesch
    Stance-based Argument Mining – Modeling Implicit Argumentation Using Stance
  • Inès Zribi, Inès Kammoun, Mariem Ellouze, Lamia Hadrich Belguith and Philippe Blache
    Sentence boundary detection for transcribed Tunisian Arabic