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LREC2016 Accepted Papers

CLTL has 11 accepted papers at LREC2016. We’ll see you in Portorož in May!

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Evaluating Entity Linking: An Analysis of Current Benchmark Datasets and a Roadmap for Doing a Better Job ”  by Marieke van Erp, Pablo Mendes, Heiko Paulheim, Filip Ilievski, Julien Plu, Giuseppe Rizzo and Joerg Waitelonis

Context-enhanced Adaptive Entity Linking” by Giuseppe Rizzo, Filip Ilievski, Marieke van Erp, Julien Plu and Raphael Troncy

MEANTIME, the NewsReader Multilingual Event and Time Corpus” by Anne-Lyse Minard, Manuela Speranza, Ruben Urizar, Begoña Altuna, Marieke van Erp, Anneleen Schoen and Chantal van Son

Crowdsourcing Salient Information from News and Tweets” by Oana Inel, Tommaso Caselli and Lora Aroyo

Temporal Information Annotation: Crowd vs. Experts” by Tommaso Caselli, Rachele Sprugnoli and Oana Inel

Addressing the MFS bias in WSD systems” by Marten Postma, Ruben Izquierdo, Eneko Agirre, German Rigau and Piek Vossen

POSTER/DEMO PRESENTATIONS

A multi-layered annotation scheme for perspectives” by Chantal van Son, Tommaso Caselli, Antske Fokkens, Isa Maks, Roser Morante, Lora Aroyo and Piek Vossen

The VU Sound Corpus: Adding more fine-grained annotations to the Freesound database” by Emiel van Miltenburg, Benjamin Timmermans and Lora Aroyo

NLP and public engagement: The case of the Italian School Reform” by Tommaso Caselli, Giovanni Moretti, Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli, Damien Lanfrey and Donatella Solda Kutzman

Two architectures for parallel processing for huge amounts of text” by Mathijs Kattenberg, Zuhaitz Beloki, Aitor Soroa, Xabier Artola, Antske Fokkens, Paul Huygen and Kees Verstoep

“The Event and Implied Situation Ontology: Application and Evaluation” by Roxane Segers, Marco Rospocher, Piek Vossen, Egoitz Laparra, German Rigau, Anne-Lyse Minard

CLIN 26 Organised by CLTL

Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands, CLIN26. VU University of AmsterdamCLIN26, Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands, Amsterdam, December 18 2015

The 26th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN26) was organized by the CLTL group of the VU University of Amsterdam, and took place at the Hotel Casa 400 in Amsterdam on December 18, 2015.

Presentations CLIN26
Pictures of CLIN26 on Facebook CLTLVU

CLIN26 invited speaker Miriam Butt
Invited speaker Miriam Butt, Professor for General and Computational Linguistics at the University of Konstanz.

STIL Thesis Prize awarded to Nikos Voskarides
STIL Thesis Prize awarded to Nikos Voskarides

Organising Committee:
Antske Fokkens
Ruben Izquierdo
Roser Morante
Marten Postma
Piek Vossen