Professor Eva Hajičová has been awarded the Antonio Zampolli Prize

The 2018 Antonio Zampolli Prize by ELRA for significant contribution to the field of Language Resources goes to Prof. Eva Hajičová!

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N-N composites: Roman Languages' innovation

Noun-noun composites got unprecedently common in Roman  Languages during 20th century. Data from Italian and French corpora will be presented by Jan Radimovský of University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice. (in Czech)

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April issue no.110

The April issue of The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics features papers dealing with Morphographemic Alternations, Transformer Models, usage of ForFun database and Topic Coherence.

Manuscripts with unpublished linguistics results and contributions to future issues are welcome, see the guidelines.

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Syntax–Semantics Interface

Eva Hajičová

A new volume reflects the author’s research in four main domains: (i) the specification of the underlying dependency sentence structure, (ii) topic-focus articulation, (iii) building of an annotated corpus of Czech, and (iv) the notion of the hiearachy of knowledge elements shared by the speaker and the hearer.

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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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