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Language Technology Resources and Tools for Digital Humanities (LT4DH)


Sunday December 11,2016

09:00–09:15 Welcome and Introduction
09:15–10:00 Invited Keynote
  Flexible and Reliable Text Analytics in the Digital Humanities – Some Methodological Considerations [PDF]
Jonas Kuhn
  Oral Presentations of Submitted Papers, Session 1
  Finding Rising and Falling Words [PDF]
Erik Tjong Kim Sang
  A Dataset for Multimodal Question Answering in the Cultural Heritage Domain [PDF]
Shurong Sheng, Luc Van Gool and Marie-Francine Moens
10:50–11:10 Coffee Break
  Oral Presentations of Submitted Papers, Session 2
  Extracting Social Networks from Literary Text with Word Embedding Tools [PDF]
Gerhard Wohlgenannt, Ekaterina Chernyak and Dmitry Ilvovsky
  Exploration of register-dependent lexical semantics using word embeddings [PDF]
Andrey Kutuzov, Elizaveta Kuzmenko and Anna Marakasova
12:00–14:00 Lunch Break
  Oral Presentations of Submitted Papers, Session 3
  Original-Transcribed Text Alignment for Manyosyu Written by Old Japanese Language [PDF]
Teruaki Oka and Tomoaki Kono
  Shamela: A Large-Scale Historical Arabic Corpus [PDF]
Yonatan Belinkov, Alexander Magidow, Maxim Romanov, Avi Shmidman and Moshe Koppel
  Feelings from the Past—Adapting Affective Lexicons for Historical Emotion Analysis [PDF]
Sven Buechel, Johannes Hellrich and Udo Hahn
15:15–15:40 Posterslam
15:40–16:00 Coffee Break
  Poster Presentations of Submitted Papers
  Automatic parsing as an efficient pre-annotation tool for historical texts [PDF]
Hanne Martine Eckhoff and Aleksandrs Berdicevskis
  A Visual Representation of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus [PDF]
Anca Bucur and Sergiu Nisioi
  A Web-based Tool for the Integrated Annotation of Semantic and Syntactic Structures [PDF]
Richard Eckart de Castilho, Éva Mújdricza-Maydt, Seid Muhie Yimam, Silvana Hartmann, Iryna Gurevych, Anette Frank and Chris Biemann
  Challenges and Solutions for Latin Named Entity Recognition [PDF]
Alexander Erdmann, Christopher Brown, Brian Joseph, Mark Janse, Petra Ajaka, Micha Elsner and Marie-Catherine de Marneffe
  Geographical Visualization of Search Results in Historical Corpora [PDF]
Florian Petran
  Implementation of a Workflow Management System for Non-Expert Users [PDF]
Bart Jongejan
  Integrating Optical Character Recognition and Machine Translation of Historical Documents [PDF]
Haithem Afli and Andy Way
  Language technology tools and resources for the analysis of multimodal communication [PDF]
László Hunyadi, Tamás Váradi and István Szekrényes
  Large-scale Analysis of Spoken Free-verse Poetry [PDF]
Timo Baumann and Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek
  PAT workbench: Annotation and Evaluation of Text and Pictures in Multimodal Instructions [PDF]
Ielka van der Sluis, Lennart Kloppenburg and Gisela Redeker
  Semantic Indexing of Multilingual Corpora and its Application on the History Domain [PDF]
Alessandro Raganato, Jose Camacho-Collados, Antonio Raganato and Yunseo Joung
  Tagging Ingush - Language Technology For Low-Resource Languages Using Resources From Linguistic Field Work [PDF]
Jörg Tiedemann, Johanna Nichols and Ronald Sprouse
  The MultiTal NLP tool infrastructure [PDF]
Driss Sadoun, Satenik Mkhitaryan, Damien Nouvel and Mathieu Valette
  Tools and Instruments for Building and Querying Diachronic Computational Lexica [PDF]
Fahad Khan, Andrea Bellandi and Monica Monachini
  Tracking Words in Chinese Poetry of Tang and Song Dynasties with the China Biographical Database [PDF]
Chao-Lin Liu and Kuo-Feng Luo
  Using TEI for textbook research [PDF]
Lena-Luise Stahn, Steffen Hennicke and Ernesto William De Luca
  Web services and data mining: combining linguistic tools for Polish with an analytical platform [PDF]
Maciej Ogrodniczuk

Further information



LT for DH: Language Technology Resources and Tools for Digital Humanities Workshop at the COLING 2016

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The Kick-Off-Event of development and expansion of CLARIN-D took place Thursday 3rd of November 2016 and Friday, 4th of November 2016 at the Mediencampus in Leipzig.

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Forum CA3 2016

During the Forum CA3 2016, CLARIN-D presented its tools for accessing, analysing and archiving language resources for research and teaching in humanities and social sciences.

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The CLARIN newslettters from 2011 to 2015 can now be found in the archive.

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