Accepted Papers

Proceedings in the ACL Anthology


An NLP Pipeline for Coptic
Amir Zeldes and Caroline T. Schroeder

Brave New World: Uncovering Topical Dynamics in the ACL Anthology Reference Corpus Using Term Life Cycle Information
Anne-Kathrin Schumann

Searching Four-Millenia-Old Digitized Documents: A Text Retrieval System for Egyptologists
Estíbaliz Iglesias-Franjo and Jesús Vilares

Dealing with word-internal modification and spelling variation in data-driven lemmatization
Fabian Barteld, Ingrid Schröder and Heike Zinsmeister

Deriving Players & Themes in the Regesta Imperii using SVMs and Neural Networks
Juri Opitz and Anette Frank

You Shall Know People by the Company They Keep: Person Name Disambiguation for Social Network Construction
Mariona Coll Ardanuy, Maarten van den Bos and Caroline Sporleder

Automatic discovery of Latin syntactic changes
Micha Elsner and Emily Lane

Analysis of Policy Agendas: Lessons Learned from Automatic Topic Classification of Croatian Political Texts
Mladen Karan, Jan Šnajder, Daniela Sirinic and Goran Glavaš

Code-Switching Ubique Est – Language Identification and Part-of-Speech Tagging for Historical Mixed Text
Sarah Schulz and Mareike Keller

Information-based Modeling of Diachronic Linguistic Change: from Typicality to Productivity
Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb and Elke Teich

Old Swedish Part-of-Speech Tagging between Variation and External Knowledge
Yvonne Adesam and Gerlof Bouma

How Do Cultural Differences Impact the Quality of Sarcasm Annotation?: A Case Study of Indian Annotators and American Text
Aditya Joshi, Pushpak Bhattacharyya, Mark Carman, Jaya Saraswati and Rajita Shukla

Automatic Identification of Suicide Notes from Linguistic and Sentiment Features
Annika Marie Schoene and Nina Dethlefs

Towards Building a Political Protest Database to Explain Changes in the Welfare State
Çağıl Sönmez, Arzucan Özgür and Erdem Yörük

Towards a text analysis system for political debates
Dieu-Thu Le, Thang Vu and Andre Blessing

Combining Phonology and Morphology for the Normalization of Historical Texts
Izaskun Etxeberria, Iñaki Alegria, Larraitz Uria and Mans Hulden

An Assessment of Experimental Protocols for Tracing Historical Word Semantics Relative to Accuracy and Reliability
Johannes Hellrich and Udo Hahn

Nomen Omen. Enhancing the Latin Morphological Analyser Lemlat with an Onomasticon
Marco Budassi and Marco Passarotti

Semi-automated annotation of page-based documents within the Genre and Multimodality framework
Tuomo Hiippala

Whodunit… and to Whom? Subjects, Objects, and Actions in Research Articles on American Labor Unions
Vilja Hulden

Universal Morphology for Old Hungarian
Eszter Simon and Veronika Vincze

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