Accepted papers


GPoeT: a Language Model Trained for Rhyme Generation on Synthetic Data
Andrei Popescu-Belis, Àlex R. Atrio, Bastien Bernath, Etienne Boisson, Teo Ferrari, Xavier Theimer-Lienhard and Giorgos Vernikos

Fractality of informativity in 300 years of English scientific writing
Yuri Bizzoni and Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb

Emotion Recognition based on Psychological Components in Guided Narratives for Emotion Regulation
Gustave Cortal, Alain Finkel, Patrick Paroubek and Lina Ye

Linking the Neulateinische Wortliste to the anonymous Knowledge Base of Interoperable Resources for Latin
Federica Iurescia, Eleonora Litta, Marco Passarotti, Matteo Pellegrini, Giovanni Moretti and Paolo Ruffolo

What do Humor Classifiers Learn? An Attempt to Explain Humor Recognition Models
Marcio Lima Inácio, Gabriela Wick-Pedro and Hugo Goncalo Oliveira

“Who is the Madonna of Italian-American Literature?”: Extracting and Analyzing Target Entities of Vossian Antonomasia
Michel Schwab, Robert Jäschke and Frank Fischer

Scent Mining: Extracting Olfactory Events, Smell Sources and Qualities
Stefano Menini, Teresa Paccosi, Serra Sinem Tekiroğlu and Sara Tonelli

Wartime Media Monitor (WarMM-2022): A Study of Information Manipulation on Russian Social Media during the Russia-Ukraine War
Maxim Alyukov, Maria Kunilovskaya and Andrei Semenov

Named Entity Annotation Projection Applied to Classical Languages
Tariq Yousef, Chiara Palladino, Gerhard Heyer and Stefan Jänicke


Standard and Non-standard Adverbial Markers: a Diachronic Analysis in Modern Chinese Literature
John Lee, Fangqiong Zhan, Wenxiu Xie, Xiao Han, Chi-Yin Chow and Kam-Yiu Lam

Quote Detection: A New Task and Dataset for NLP
Selma Tekir, Aybüke Güzel, Samet Tenekeci and Bekir Haman

Improving Long-Text Authorship Verification via Model Selection and Data Tuning
Trang Nguyen, Charlie Dagli, Kenneth Alperin, Courtland Vandam and Elliot Singer

Direct Speech Quote Attribution for Dutch Literature
Andreas van Cranenburgh and Frank van den Berg

Large Bibliographies as a Source of Data for the Humanities – NLP in the Analysis of Gender of Book Authors in German Countries and in Poland (1801-2021)
Adam Pawłowski and Tomasz Walkowiak

Using Text Classification with a Bayesian Correction for Estimating Overreporting in the Creditor Reporting System on Climate Adaptation Finance
Janos Borst, Thomas Wencker and Andreas Niekler

Detecting intersectionality in NER models: A data-driven approach
Ida Marie Lassen, Mina Almasi, Kenneth Enevoldsen and Ross Deans Kristensen-McLachlan

OdyCy – A general-purpose NLP pipeline for Ancient Greek
Jan Kostkan, Márton Kardos, Jacob Palle Bliddal Mortensen and Kristoffer Laigaard Nielbo

Exploring Social Sciences Archives with Explainable Document Linkage through Question Generation
Elie Antoine, Hyun Jung Kang, Ismaël Rousseau, Ghislaine Azémard, Frederic Bechet and Geraldine Damnati

Towards a More In-Depth Detection of Political Framing
Qi Yu