Program of technical sessions and invited talks

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Day 1: 21.04.2005

9:45-10:30 Invited Talk I

Recent Activities within the European Language Resources Association / Khalid Choukri and Victoria Arranz
11:00-13:00 Technical Sessions

Session 111: Speech Processing: Recognition

Efficient Phonetic Interpretation of Multilinear Feature Representations for Speech Recognition / Daniel Aioanei, Moritz Neugebauer and Julie Carson-Berndsen / Ireland

Accessing Language Specific Linguistic Information for Triphone Model Generation: Feature Tables in a Speech Recognition System / Supphanat Kanokphara, Anja Geumann and Julie Carson-Berndsen / Ireland
Transcription-based automatic segmentation of speech / Marcin Szymański and Stefan Grocholewski / Poland
Accent Variation in South-African English: Challenges for Speech Recognition Systems / Edward de Villiers, Johan du Preez and Justus Roux / South Africa
A Multi-Layered Lexical-Tree Based Token Passing Architecture For Efficient Recognition Of Subword Speech Units / Andreas Hagen and Bryan L. Pellom / USA

Session 112: Language Resources and Tools: Corpora

Digital Text Corpora at the AAC / Hanno Biber and Evelyn Breiteneder / Austria

The IPI PAN Corpus in Numbers / Adam Przepiórkowski / Poland
Massive multilingual corpus compilation: Acquis Communautaire and totale / Tomaž Erjavec, Camelia Ignat, Bruno Pouliquen and Ralf Steinberger / Italy, Slovenia
From regularities to constraints: Enriching annotation in discourse corpora / Claudia Sassen / Germany
Computational Tools for Elaboration and Functioning of a Multilingual Thematic Dictionary / Ilona Koutny / Poland

Session 113: Natural Language Understanding

NLP Story Maker / Takako Aikawa, Michel Pahud and Lee Schwartz / USA

Analysis of the natural language means used for the representation and understanding of formal knowledge / Elena Gennadievna Ivanova / Russia
Grounding Linguistic Quantifiers in Perception: Experiments on Numerosity Judgments / R.K. Rajapakse, A. Cangelosi, K. Coventry, S. Newstead and A. Bacon / UK
(V)ISA: A Model for Transforming Genitive Phrases Into SQL Statements / Zsolt T. Kardkovács, Domonkos Tikk, Gábor Magyar / Hungary
Crossing the Cognitive Barrier – Mapping Speech Streams to Conceptual Structures / Ronny Melz / Germany

14:15-15:00 Invited Talk II

In memoriam Maurice Gross / Eric Laporte
15:05-16:30 Technical Sessions

Session 121: Language Resources and Tools: Text Processing Techniques I

Compressing Annotated Natural Language Text / Jakub Swacha / Poland

Analyzing the Effect of Dimensionality Reduction in Document Categorization for Basque / Ana Zelaia, I. Inaki Alegria, Olatz Arregi and Basilio Sierra / Spain
Automatic Phonetization and Syllabification of Italian Texts / Mario Refice and Michelina Savino / Italy
Exploring deployment of linguistic features in Classification of Polish Texts / Jakub Piskorski and Marcin Sydow /Poland

Session 122: Language Resources and Tools: Morphology Processing

Making the Good Taggers Even Better: Application of Artificial Neural Networks in Morphological Tagging of Czech / Petr Nemec and Kiril Ribarov / Czech Republic

MAF: a Morphosyntactic Annotation Framework / Lionel Clément and Éric Villemonte de la Clergerie / France
Morphological Analyser Based on Finite State Transducer: A case study for Oriya Language / Chinmaya Kumar Swain, Prabhat Kumar Santi and Sanghamitra Mohanty / India
Morphology-based Spellchecking for Marathi, an Indian Language / Veena Dixit, Satish Dethe and Rushikesh K. Joshi / India

Session 123: Ontologies I

Use of subject domain ontology for problem-oriented speech processing / Izolda Lee / Russia

Semantic annotation of hierarchical taxonomies / Agnieszka Ławrynowicz / Poland
Design and Implementation of Nouns in OriNet: Based on the Semantic Word Concept / Prabhat Kumar Santi, Sanghamitra Mohanty and K.P. Das Adhikary / India
Multilingual Ontology of Proper Names / Cvetana Krstev, Duško Vitas, Denis Maurel and Mickaël Tran / France

17:00-19:10 Technical Sessions

Session 131: Language Resources and Tools: Dictionaries

Maurice Gross' grammar lexicon and Natural Language Processing / Claire Gardent, Bruno Guillaume, Guy Perrier and Ingrid Falk / France

A Dictionary of French Verbal Complementation / Morris Salkoff and André Valli / France
Building Multilingual Terminological Lexicons for Less Widely Available Languages / Monica Monachini and Claudia Soria / Italy
Lexicons Divided According to the Division of Labor / Yukiko Sasaki Alam / Japan
Derivational Morphology in an E-Dictionary of Serbian / Duško Vitas and Cvetana Krstev / Serbia & Montenegro

Session 132: Information Retrival / Information Extraction I

Generation of Reference Summaries / Martin Hassel and Hercules Dalianis / Sweeden

Keyword-based Coreference Resolution for Enzyme Name Recognition / Chun Xiao and Dietmar Rösner / Germany
Pseudo-Relevance Feedback with Weighted Logistic Regression / Zhaohui Zheng, Wei Dai and Rohini Srihari / USA
Exploration of Subtopic Retrieval with Document Set Ranking / Wei Dai and Rohini Srihari / USA
Structural Ambiguity In Context / Jean-Baptiste Berthelin / France
Information Retrieval Based on Semantic Structures / Takashi Miyata and Koiti Hasida / Japan

Session 133: Rigorous Descriptions of Languages

A Simple CF Formalism and Free Word Order / Filip Graliński / Poland

Restructuring Świdziński's grammar of Polish / Maciej Ogrodniczuk / Poland
Proper treatment of some peculiarities of Polish numerals: metamorphosis approach / Marek Świdziński / Poland
Constraint Weighting by Evolution / Henk Zeevat / Netherlands
Automatic Extraction of Polish Verb Subcategorization: An Evaluation of Common Statistics / Jakub Fast, Adam Przepiórkowski / Poland
Lexicon Grammar within the Defining Matrix Analysis Model / Amr Helmy Ibrahim / France

Day 2: 22.04.2005

9:00-9:45 Invited Talk III

Logical Types in Grammar. The heritage of Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz / Wojciech Buszkowski
9:50-11:00 Technical Sessions

Session 211: Language Resources and Tools: Text Processing Techniques II

Automatic analysis of French newspaper headlines / Harald Ulland / Norway

Accessing Heterogeneous Linguistic Data – Generic XML-based Representation and Flexible Visualization / Stefanie Dipper and Michael Götze / Germany
Using Category Hierarchies for Correcting Category Errors in Multi-labeled Data / Fumiyo Fukumoto and Yoshimi Suzuki / Japan

Session 212: Information Retrival / Information Extraction II

A Survey of Freely Available Polish Stemmers and Evaluation of Their Applicability in Information Retrieval / Dawid Weiss / Poland

Sentence Extraction using Similar Words / Yoshimi Suzuki and Fumiyo Fukumoto / Japan
Making Shallow Look Deeper: Anaphora and Comparisons in Medical Information Extraction /  A. Mykowiecka, M. Marciniak and A. Kupść / Poland

Session 213: Ontologies II

Towards the Linking of two Electronic Lexical Databases of Italian / Nilda Ruimy and Adriana Roventini / Italy

Ontological Approach to Meaning / Marek Łabuzek / Poland
Application Ontology Development - a Case Study / Jolanta Cybulka and Jacek Martinek / Poland

14:15-15:00 Invited Talk IV

Antonio Zampolli. A life for Computational Linguistics / Nicoletta Calzolari

Day 3: 23.04.2005

8:45-9:15 Invited Talk V

Challenges of Applied Linguistics in Modern Ukraine / Nadija Andrejchuk and Orest Kossak
9:20-10:25 Technical Sessions

Session 311: Speech Processing: Synthesis

The long vowels in Standard Arabic. Application for speech synthesis with Mbrola / Kamel Ferrat / Algeria

The Etalone Method in Phonetic Research in Slavonic and Germanic Languages / Natalia Nikulina and Usewalad Nikulin / Poland
Speech synthesis of Polish based on the concatenation phonetic-acoustic segments / Grażyna Demenko / Poland

Session 312: Communication Technologies for Disabled People

A Model for Sign Language Grammar, Boris Lenseigne / Patrice Dalle / France

Automatic Recognition of Signed Polish Expressions / Tomasz Kapuscinski and Marian Wysocki / Poland
DSP techniques for application to hearing aids / Adam Dąbrowski, Tomasz Marciniak and Paweł Pawłowski / Poland

Session 313: Natural Language Interfaces I

Using software agents to personalize natural-language access to Internet services in a chatterbot manner / Jarogniew Rykowski / Poland

FAQChat as an Information Retrieval System / Bayan Abu Shawar, Eric Atwell and Andrew Roberts / UK
An IVR Script Design using Forward Scenario Simulation and Event Analysis / Zulikha Jamaludin and Abdullah Embong / Malaysia

10:55-13:00 Technical Sessions

Session 321: Language Resources and Tools: Language Tools

Resources and tools for electronic legal language documentation / Paola Mariani and Costanza Badii / Italy

Keyword Lists as Language Resources and Tools / Wiesław Babik / Poland

NooJ’s dictionaries / Max Silberztein / France

Component based lingware development using the EJB Model and XML linguistic interface / Sonia Bouaziz, Bilel Gargouri and Mohamed Jmaiel / Tunisia
UAM Text Tools - a text processing toolkit for Polish / Tomasz Obrębski and Michał Stolarski / Poland

Session 322: Formats of Lexical Data and Language Formalisms

Towards a Formalism for the Computational Morphology of Multi-Word Units / Agata Savary / France

Transformation of WordNet Czech Valency Frames into Augmented VALLEX-1.0 Format / Dana Hlavackova and Aleš Horak / Czech Republic
XML-Based Representation Formats of Local Grammars for the NLP / Javier M. Sastre Martínez / France
Lexicon management and standard formats / Eric Laporte / France
A formal model of Polish nominal derivation / Joanna Rabiega-Wiśniewska / Poland
Reinterpreting DCG for free(r) word order languages / Zygmunt Vetulani and Filip Graliński / Poland

Session 323: Parsing I

Across-Genres and Empirical Evaluation of State-of-the-Art Treebank-style

Parsers / Vasile Rus and Christian F. Hempelmann / USA
Categorial grammar elements in the Thetos system’s parser / Nina Suszczańska and Przemysław Szmal / Poland
An efficient implementation of a large grammar of Polish / Marcin Woliński / Poland
From raw corpus to word lattices: robust pre-parsing processing / Benoît Sagot and Pierre Boullier / France
A pattern-classification based solution for the recognition of tense of the Chinese

language / Lin Dazhen, Li Shaozi, Cao DongLin and Lin Ying / China

14:15-15:45 Technical Sessions

Session 331: Systems

Virtual Environment for Interactive Learning Languages / P.S.Pankov and E. Alimbay / Kyrgyzstan

Language Archive Management and Upload System / Peter Wittenburg, Daan Broeder and Andreas Claus / Netherlands
Advanced Web-based Language Archive Exploitation and Enrichment / Peter Wittenburg, Albert Russel, Peter Berck and Marc Kemps-Snijders / Netherlands

Session 331a: Language Resources and Tools: AI Derived Methods

A Lemmatization Web Service Based on Machine Learning Techniques / Joel Plisson, Dunja Mladenic, Nada Lavrac and Tomaž Erjavec / Slovenia

Session 332: Natural Language Interfaces II

FAQFinder Question Answering Improvements Using Question/Answer Matching / Stanley J. Mlynarczyk and Steven L. Lytinen / USA

Designing a Universal Interfacing Agent / Darsana P. Josyula, Michael L Anderson and Don Perlis / USA
Lingubot for the Library - initial case study / Piotr Malak / Poland

Session 342a: Multilingual Applications

An Intelligent, Context-Sensitive Dictionary: A Polish−English Comprehension Tool / Gábor Prószéky and András Földes / Hungary

Session 333: Text generation & Knowledge Representation

Temporal Reasoning in Propositional Interval Neighborhood Logic / Guido Sciavicco / Italy

Compositional, Variable Free, Binding Free and Structure Oriented Discourse Interpretation / Maciej Piasecki / Poland
Perspective and Aspect in Narrative Generation / Greg Lessard and Michael Levison / Canada
An empirical approach toward building a soccer commentary generator / Damian Stolarski / Poland

16:15-18:00 Technical Sessions

Session 341: Language Resources and Tools: AI Derived Methods

A Multi-Agent System for Detecting and Correcting “Hidden” Spelling Errors in Arabic Texts / Chiraz Ben Othmane Zribi, Fériel Ben Fraj and Mohammed Ben Ahmed / Tunisia

Part-of-Speech tagging based on artificial neural networks / Salvador Tortajada Velert, María José Castro Bleda and Ferran Pla Santamaría / Spain
On-Line Learning with Rule Base Expert System: Implemented In RoboCup Soccer Coach Simulation / Ramin Fathzadeh, Vahid Mokhtari, Mohammad Reza Shoaei, Morteza Mousakhani, Alireza Mohammad Shahri and Reza Fathzadeh / Iran
Learning Context-Free Language using Grammar-based Classifier System / Olgierd Unold / Poland
Transformation Based Learning Applied to Noun Phrase Extraction of Brazilian Portuguese Texts: Language-specific Issues / Cicero Nogueira dos Santos and Claudia Oliveira / Brasil

Session 342b: Multilingual Applications

Translation of Sentences by Analogy Principle / Yves Lepage / Japan

A Conceptual Ontology for Machine Translation from/into Polish / Krzysztof Jassem and Agnieszka Wagner / Poland
Template-Based Shake & Bake Paraphrasing / Michael Carl, Ecaterina Rascu and Paul Schmidt / Germany
Towards Development of Multilingual Spoken Dialogue Systems / Hartwig Holzapfel / Germany
Towards Automatic Translation of Support Verbs Constructions: the Case of Polish robić/zrobić and Swedish göra / Elżbieta Dura and Barbara Gawrońska / Sweden

Session 343: Parsing II

A Chinese Top-down Parser Based on Probabilistic Context Free Grammar / Ying Lin, Xiaodong Shi, Feng Guo and Dazhen Lin / China

Memory-based PP Attachment Disambiguation for Norwegian / Anders Nøklestad / Norway
Parsing Texts Written in Natural Language with CBR / Robert Papis and Przemysław Nowak / Poland
Semantics Parsing Revisited or How a Tadpole Could Turn into a Frog / Wai-Kiang Yeap / New Zealand
Can we parse without tagging? / Patrick Watrin, Sebastien Paumier and Cédrick Fairon / Belgium

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