Professor Eva Hajičová has been awarded the Josef Hlávka Medal.

The medal is awarded in recognition of a lifetime's work. It is given to a person who has had a significant influence on Czech science, art, and education. Congratulations, Eva!

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Morphological Derivation

Silvie Cinková, Iveta Kršková and Vincent Kříž will introduce how the information on morphological derivation relations of English words affects the performance of a word embedding model, using morphological database CELEX, word2vec and the parsing scheme of Universal Dependencies

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October issue no.109

The October issue of The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics features papers dealing with neural networks, machine translation (and often both of these topics) and with discourse connectives.

Manuscripts with unpublished linguistics results and contributions to future issues are welcome, see the guidelines.

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Valency Lexicon of Czech verbs

VALLEX

The book is a collection of linguistically annotated data and documentation, resulting from a formal description of valency frames of Czech verbs.

The data, more than 10 800 lexical units, is extended by a grammar capturing systemic changes in valency structure.

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Introducing Jana Straková Kravalová

My research interests involve named entity recognition, tagging and artificial neural networks.

My doctoral thesis Neural Network Based Named Entity Recognition presents recent advances in Czech NER.

I am one of the authors of NameTag, an open-source software for NER.

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