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Program - 5th Linguistic Annotation Workshop

5th Linguistic Annotation Workshop


Thursday, June 23, 2011

 Session I-A:
Session Chair: Tomaz Erjavec
9:00–9:30On the Development of the RST Spanish Treebank
Iria da Cunha, Juan-Manuel Torres-Moreno and Gerardo Sierra
9:30–10:00OWL/DL formalization of the MULTEXT-East morphosyntactic specifications
Christian Chiarcos and Tomaž Erjavec
10:00–10:30Analysis of the Hindi Proposition Bank using Dependency Structure
Ashwini Vaidya, Jinho Choi, Martha Palmer and Bhuvana Narasimhan
10:30–11:00Coffee Break
Session I-B:
Session Chair: Collin Baker
11:00–11:30How Good is the Crowd at "real" WSD?
Jisup Hong and Collin F. Baker
11:30–12:00Consistency Maintenance in Prosodic Labeling for Reliable Prediction of Prosodic Breaks
Youngim Jung and Hyuk-Chul Kwon
12:00–12:30An Annotation Scheme for Automated Bias Detection in Wikipedia
Livnat Herzig, Alex Nunes and Batia Snir
12:30–14:00Lunch Break
 Session II:
Session Chair: Sameer Pradhan
14:00–14:10A Collaborative Annotation between Human Annotators and a Statistical Parser
Shun’ya Iwasawa, Hiroki Hanaoka, Takuya Matsuzaki, Yusuke Miyao and Jun’ichi Tsujii
14:10–14:20Reducing the Need for Double Annotation
Dmitriy Dligach and Martha Palmer
14:20–14:30Crowdsourcing Word Sense Definition
Anna Rumshisky
14:30–14:40A scaleable automated quality assurance technique for semantic representations and proposition banks
K. Bretonnel Cohen, Lawrence Hunter and Martha Palmer
14:40–14:50Proposal for an Extension of Traditional Named Entities: From Guidelines to Evaluation, an Overview
Cyril Grouin, Sophie Rosset, Pierre Zweigenbaum, Karën Fort, Olivier Galibert and Ludovic Quintard
14:50–15:00Assessing the practical usability of an automatically annotated corpus
Md. Faisal Mahbub Chowdhury and Alberto Lavelli
15:00–15:10Subjectivity and Sentiment Annotation of Modern Standard Arabic Newswire
Muhammad Abdul-Mageed and Mona Diab
15:10–15:20Creating an Annotated Tamil Corpus as a Discourse Resource
Ravi Teja Rachakonda and Dipti Misra Sharma
15:30–16:00Coffee Break
 Session III:
Session Chair: James Pustejovsky
16:00–16:10A Gold Standard Corpus of Early Modern German
Silke Scheible, Richard J. Whitt, Martin Durrell and Paul Bennett
16:10–16:20MAE and MAI: Lightweight Annotation and Adjudication Tools
Amber Stubbs
16:20–16:30Empty Categories in Hindi Dependency Treebank: Analysis and Recovery
Chaitanya GSK, Samar Husain and Prashanth Mannem
16:30–17:00SIGANN task announcement
17:00–17:30SILT challange annoncement

Friday, June 24, 2011

 Session IV-A:
Session Chair: Nianwen Xue
9:00–10:30Poster Session
10:30–11:00Coffee Break
Session IV-B:
Session Chair: Nianwen Xue
11:00–11:30Annotating Events, Temporal Expressions and Relations in Italian: the It-Timeml Experience for the Ita-TimeBank
Tommaso Caselli, Valentina Bartalesi Lenzi, Rachele Sprugnoli, Emanuele Pianta and Irina Prodanof
11:30–12:00Increasing Informativeness in Temporal Annotation
James Pustejovsky and Amber Stubbs
12:00–12:30Discourse-constrained Temporal Annotation
Yuping Zhou and Nianwen Xue



Important Dates

April 08, 2011: Papers Due
May 2, 2011: Notification of acceptance
May 6, 2011: Camera ready final version due
June 23-24: LAW Workshop, Portland, Oregon
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