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EACL 2014 workshop on:

Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities

special theme: Linked data in the Humanities

Invited Speaker: Gerhard Heyer, University of Leipzig

April 26 2014 - Gothenburg, Sweden


Programme

  8:45–8:50Welcome
  8:50–9:30 Invited Talk by Gerhard Heyer:
A New Implementation for Canonical Text Services
Jochen Tiepmar, Christoph Teichmann, Gerhard Heyer, Monica Berti and Gregory Crane
Session I: Linked data in the Humanities
  9:30–9:45 How to semantically relate dialectal Dictionaries in the Linked Data Framework
Thierry Declerck and Eveline Wandl-Vogt
  9:45–10:05 Bootstrapping a historical commodities lexicon with SKOS and DBpedia
Ewan Klein, Beatrice Alex and Jim Clifford
  10:05–10:25 New Technologies for Old Germanic. Resources and Research on Parallel Bibles in Older Continental Western Germanic
Christian Chiarcos, Maria Sukhareva, Roland Mittmann, Timothy Price, Gaye Detmold and Jan Chobotsky
10:25–11:00Coffee break
Session II: Spelling normalisation & sense disambiguation
  11:00–11:20 A Multilingual Evaluation of Three Spelling Normalisation Methods for Historical Text
Eva Pettersson, Beáta Megyesi and Joakim Nivre
  11:20–11:40 Enhancing the possibilities of corpus-based investigations: Word sense disambiguation on query results of large text corpora
Christian Poelitz and Thomas Bartz
  11:40–12:00 A Hybrid Disambiguation Measure for Inaccurate Cultural Heritage Dat
Julia Efremova, Bijan Ranjbar-Sahraei and Toon Calders
  12:00–12:15 Automated Error Detection in Digitized Cultural Heritage Documents
Kata Gábor and Benoît Sagot
12:15–13:45Lunch break
Session III: Social Science applications
  13:45–14:05 Mining the Twentieth Century’s History from the Time Magazine Corpus
Mike Kestemont, Folgert Karsdorp and Marten Düring
  14:05–14:25 Social and Semantic Diversity:Socio-semantic Representation of a Scientific Corpus
Thierry Poibeau, Elisa Omodei, Jean-Philippe Cointet and Yufan Guo
Poster Booster Session
  14:25–14:35 A Tool for a High-Carat Gold-Standard Word Alignment
Drayton Benner
  14:35–14:45 CorA: A web-based annotation tool for historical and other non-standard language data
Marcel Bollmann, Florian Petran, Stefanie Dipper and Julia Krasselt
  14:45–14:55 Developing a Tagalog Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) ‘Disaster’ Dictionary for Understanding Mixed Language Social Media: A Work-in-Progress Paper
Amanda Andrei, Alison Dingwall, Theresa Dillon and Jennifer Mathieu
  14:55–15:05 Text Analysis of Aberdeen Burgh Records 1530-1531
Adam Wyner, Jackson Armstrong, Andrew Mackillop and Philip Astley
  15:05–15:15 From Syntax to Semantics. First Steps Towards Tectogrammatical Annotation of Latin
Marco Passarotti
  15:15–15:25 On the syllabic structures of Aromanian
Sergiu Nisioi
15:25–16:00Poster session & Coffee break
Session IV: Knowledge resources acquisition
  16:00–16:20 A Gazetteer and Georeferencing for Historical English Documents
Claire Grover and Richard Tobin
  16:20–16:40 Automatic Wayang Ontology Construction using Relation Extraction from Free Text
Hadaiq Sanabila and Ruli Manurung
16:40–17:30 SIGHUM annual business meeting