Forthcoming Publications by LTG Staff
The UiO Language Technology Group is off to a good start into the 2014 conference season.
Elisabeth Lien will present on Using Minimal Recursion Semantics for Entailment Recognition at the Student Research Workshop of 14th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL).
At the 9th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), there will be five publications involving LTG staff: Milen Kouylekov and Stephan Oepen present on Semantic Technologies for Querying Linguistic Annotations: An Experiment Focusing on Graph-Structured Data; Angelina Ivanova (with Gertjan van Noord, of the University of Groningen) on Treelet Probabilities for HPSG Parsing and Error Correction, Emanuele Lapponi, Erik Velldal and Stephan Oepen on Off-Road LAF: Encoding and Processing Annotations in NLP Workflows; Stephan Oepen (with Dan Flickinger, of Stanford University, and Emily M. Bender, of the University of Washington) on Towards an Encyclopedia of Compositional Semantics: Documenting the Interface of the English Resource Grammar; and Arne Skjærholt and Lilja Øvrelid (with Per Erik Solberg, Kristin Hagen, and Janne Bondi Johannessen, of the University of Oslo) on The Norwegian Dependency Treebank.
Finally, two ‘long’ papers have been been accepted for presentation at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), viz. Stephan Oepen and Rebecca Dridan (with Woodley Packard and Emily M. Bender, of the University of Washington, and Jonathon Read, of Teesside University) on Simple Negation Scope Resolution Through Deep Parsing: A Semantic Solution to a Semantic Problem; and Arne Skjærholt on A Chance-Corrected Measure of Inter-Annotator Agreement for Syntax.