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Demos and Posters

Demos Program

Session 1

» Tuesday, June 26, 9:00-10:40
» Joined Lounge 2/3

  1. Demo Proposal for MIMUS: A Multimodal and Multilingual Dialogue System for the Home Domain
    J. Gabriel Amores, Guillermo Pérez and Pilar Manchón
  2. A Translation Aid System with a Stratified Lookup Interface
    Takeshi Abekawa and Kyo Kageura
  3. Multimedia Blog Creation System using Dialogue with Intelligent Robot
    Akitoshi Okumura, Takahiro Ikeda, Toshihiro Nishizawa, Shin-ichi Ando and Fumihiro Adachi
  4. SemTAG: a platform for specifying Tree Adjoining Grammars and performing TAG-based Semantic Construction
    Claire Gardent and Yannick Parmentier
  5. System Demonstration of On-Demand Information Extraction
    Akira Oda and Satoshi Sekine
  6. Multilingual Ontological Analysis of European Directives
    Gianmaria Ajani, Guido Boella, Leonardo Lesmo, Alessandro Mazzei and Piercarlo Rossi

Session 2

» Tuesday, June 26, 13:30-15:20
» Joined Lounge 2/3

  1. zipfR: Word Frequency Modeling in R
    Stefan Evert and Marco Baroni
  2. Linguistically Motivated Large-Scale NLP with C&C and Boxer
    James Curran, Stephen Clark and Johan Bos
  3. Don't worry about metaphor: affect detection for conversational agents
    Catherine Smith, Timothy Rumbell, John Barnden, Robert Hendley, Mark Lee, Alan Wallington and Li Zhang
  4. An efficient algorithm for building a distributional thesaurus (and other Sketch Engine developments)
    Pavel Rychly and Adam Kilgarriff
  5. Semantic enrichment of journal articles using chemical NER
    Colin R. Batchelor and Peter T. Corbett
  6. An API for Measuring the Relatedness of Words in Wikipedia
    Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Michael Strube
  7. NICT-ATR Speech-to-Speech Translation System
    Eiichiro Sumita, Tohru Shimizu and Satoshi Nakamura

Posters Program

Session 1 - Machine Learning, Corpus and Information Retrieval

» Monday, June 25, 15:10-15:45 (during the coffee break)
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

P01: Deriving an Ambiguous Word’s Part-of-Speech Distribution from Unannotated Text
Reinhard Rapp
P06: Support Vector Machines for Query-focused Summarization trained and evaluated on Pyramid data
Maria Fuentes, Enrique Alfonseca and Horacio Rodríguez
P11: A Joint Statistical Model for Simultaneous Word Spacing and Spelling Error Correction for Korean
Hyungjong Noh, Jeong-Won Cha and Gary Geunbae Lee
P16: An Approximate Approach for Training Polynomial Kernel SVMs in Linear Time
Yu-Chieh Wu
P20: Rethinking Chinese Word Segmentation: Tokenization, Character Classification, or Wordbreak Identification
Chu-Ren Huang, Petr Šimon, Shu-Kai Hsieh and Laurent Prévot
P25: A Feature Based Approach to Leveraging Context for Classifying Newsgroup Style Discussion Segments
Yi-Chia Wang, Mahesh Joshi and Carolyn Rose
P27: Ensemble Document Clustering Using Weighted Hypergraph Generated by NMF
Hiroyuki Shinnou and Minoru Sasaki
P28: Using Error-Correcting Output Codes with Model-Refinement to Boost Centroid Text Classifier
Songbo Tan
P31: Poliqarp: An open source corpus indexer and search engine with syntactic extensions
Daniel Janus and Adam Przepiórkowski
P33: Test Collection Selection and Gold Standard Generation for a Multiply-Annotated Opinion Corpus
Lun-Wei Ku, Yong-Sheng Lo and Hsin-Hsi Chen
P36: Generating Usable Formats for Metadata and Annotations in a Large Meeting Corpus
Andrei Popescu-Belis and Paula Estrella
P40: Exploration of Term Dependence in Sentence Retrieval
Keke Cai, Chun Chen and Jiajun Bu
P43: Minimum Bayes Risk Decoding for BLEU
Nicola Ehling, Richard Zens and Hermann Ney

Session 2 - Speech Dialogue

» Tuesday, June 26, 10:40-11:10 (during the coffee break)
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

P04: Disambiguating Between Generic and Referential "You" in Dialog
Surabhi Gupta, Matthew Purver and Dan Jurafsky
P09: On the formalization of Invariant Mappings for Metaphor Interpretation
R. Agerri, J.A. Barnden, M.G. Lee and A.M. Wallington
P12: Real-time correction of Closed-Captions
Patrick Cardinal, Gilles Boulianne, Michel Comeau and Maryse Boisvert
P17: Learning to Rank Definitions to Generate Quizzes for Interactive Information Presentation
Ryuichiro Higashinaka, Kohji Dohsaka and Hideki Isozaki
P23: Predicting Evidence of Understanding by Monitoring User's Task Manipulation in Multimodal Conversations
Yukiko Nakano, Kazuyoshi Murata, Mika Enomoto, Yoshiko Arimoto, Yasuhiro Asa and Hirohiko Sagawa
P26: Automatically Assessing the Post Quality in Online Discussions on Software
Markus Weimer, Iryna Gurevych and Max Mühlhäuser
P35: WordNet-based Semantic Relatedness Measures in Automatic Speech Recognition for Meetings
Michael Pucher

Session 3 - Lexica and Ontologies

» Tuesday, June 26, 15:20-15:45 (during the coffee break)
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

P05: Building Emotion Lexicon from Weblog Corpora
Changhua Yang, Kevin Hsin-Yih Lin and Hsin-Hsi Chen
P10: Construction of Domain Dictionary for Fundamental Vocabulary
Chikara Hashimoto and Sadao Kurohashi
P14: Extracting Word Sets with Non-Taxonomical Relation
Eiko Yamamoto and Hitoshi Isahara
P19: A Linguistic Service Ontology for Language Infrastructures
Yoshihiko Hayashi
P22: Empirical Measurements of Lexical Similarity in Noun Phrase Conjuncts
Deirdre Hogan
P29: Automatic Discovery of Named Entity Variants
Chu-Ren Huang, Petr Simon and Shu-Kai Hsieh
P34: Detecting Semantic Relations between Named Entities in Text Using Contextual Features
Toru Hirano, Yoshihiro Matsuo and Genichiro Kikui
P38: Mapping Concrete Entities from PAROLE-SIMPLE-CLIPS to ItalWordNet: Methodology and Results
Adriana Roventini, Nilda Ruimy, Rita Marinelli, Marisa Ulivieri and Michele Mammini
P41: Extracting Hypernym Pairs from the Web
Erik Tjong Kim Sang
P44: An OWL Ontology for HPSG
Graham Wilcock

Session 4 - Applications

» Wednesday, June 27, 10:40-11:10 (during the coffee break)
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

P03: Classifying Temporal Relations Between Events
Nathanael Chambers, Shan Wang and Dan Jurafsky
P08: Moses: Open Source Toolkit for Statistical Machine Translation
Philipp Koehn, Hieu Hoang, Alexandra Birch, Chris Callison-Burch, Marcello Federico, Nicola Bertoldi, Brooke Cowan, Wade Shen, Christine Moran, Richard Zens, Chris Dyer, Ondrej Bojar, Alexandra Constantin and Evan Herbst
P15: Boosting Chinese English Statistical Machine Translation by Lemmatization
Ruiqiang Zhang
P18: Extractive Summarization Based on Event Term Clustering
Maofu Liu, Wenjie Li and Qin Lu
P24: Machine Translation between Turkic Languages
Ahmet Cüneyd Tantug, Eºref Adali and Kemal Oflazer
P32: Measuring importance and query relevance in topic-focused multi-document summarization
Surabhi Gupta, Ani Nenkova and Dan Jurafsky
P37: Expanding Indonesian-Japanese Small Translation Dictionary Using a Pivot Language
Masatoshi Tsuchiya, Ayu Purwarianti, Toshiyuki Wakita and Seiichi Nakagawa

Session 5 - Parsing and Tagging

» Wednesday June 27, 15:10-15:45 (during the coffee break)
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

P02: Shallow Dependency Labeling
Manfred Klenner
P07: Minimally Lexicalized Dependency Parsing
Daisuke Kawahara and Kiyotaka Uchimoto
P13: HunPos -- an open source trigram tagger
Péter Halácsy, András Kornai and Csaba Oravecz
P21: Extending MARIE: an N-gram-based SMT decoder
Josep M. Crego and Jose B. Mariño
P30: A Hybrid Approach to Word Segmentation and POS Tagging
Tetsuji Nakagawa and Kiyotaka Uchimoto
P39: Automatic Part-of-Speech Tagging for Bengali: An Approach for Morphologically Rich Languages in Poor Resource Scenario
Sandipan Dandapat, Sudeshna Sarkar and Anupam Basu
P42: Japanese Dependency Parsing Using Sequential Labeling for Semi-spoken Language
Kenji Imamura, Genichiro Kikui and Norihito Yasuda

Studen Research Workshop Poster Session

» Monday-Wednesday, during all other poster sessions
» Corridor of TOP Congress Hall

For complete list of SRW posters see the SRW program page.

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