Programme

08:59-09:00  #  welcome

Session 1

09:00-09:30  #  Metaphor Detection in a Poetry Corpus
Vaibhav Kesarwani, Diana Inkpen, Stan Szpakowicz and Chris Tanasescu
09:30-10:00  #  Automated Translation and Information Retrieval on the Sumerian Historical Language
Émilie Pagé-Perron, Maria Sukhareva, Ilya Khait and Christian Chiarcos
10:00-10:30  #  poster teasers

10:30-11:00  #  coffee break

Session 2

11:00-11:30  #  Investigating the Relationship between Literary Genres and Emotional Plot Development
Evgeny Kim, Sebastian Padó and Roman Klinger
11:30-12:00  #  Enjambment Detection in a Large Diachronic Corpus of Spanish Sonnets
Pablo Ruiz, Clara Martínez Cantón, Thierry Poibeau and Elena González-Blanco
12:00-12:30  #  Plotting Markson’s “Mistress”
Conor Kelleher and Mark Keane

12:30-14:00  #  lunch break
13:30-14:00  #  SIGHUM business meeting

Session 3

14:00-15:00  #  Characterization
Andrew Piper [invited talk]

15:00-15:30  #  poster session

An End-to-end Environment for Research Question-Driven Entity Extraction and Network Analysis
Andre Blessing, Nora Echelmeyer, Markus John and Nils Reiter

Extracting and Classifying Compositional Nominal Compounds in the Cultural Heritage Domain
Maria Pia di Buono

Modeling Intra-textual Variation with Entropy and Surprisal: Topical vs. Stylistic Patterns
Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb and Elke Teich

Finding a Character’s Voice: Stylome Classification on Literary Characters
Liviu P. Dinu and Ana Sabina Uban

Facing Annotation Challenges for Reconstructing the Structural Elaboration of Middle Low German
Nina Seemann, Marie-Luis Merten, Michaela Geierhos, Doris Tophinke and Eyke Hüllermeier

Phonological Soundscapes in Medieval Poetry
Christopher Hench

Speeding up corpus development for linguistic research: language documentation and acquisition in Romansh Tuatschin
Géraldine Walther and Benoît Sagot

15:30-16:00  #  coffee break

Session 4

16:00-16:30  #  Distantly Supervised POS Tagging of Low-Resource Languages under Extreme Data Sparsity: The Case of Hittite
Maria Sukhareva, Francesco Fuscagni, Johannes Daxenberger, Susanne Görke, Doris Prechel and Iryna Gurevych
16:30-17:00  #  A Dataset for Sanskrit Word Segmentation
Amrith Krishna, Pavankumar Satuluri and Pawan Goyal
17:00-17:30  #  Automatic Error Correction in Polish Twitter Political Data
Maciej Ogrodniczuk and Mateusz Kopeć

17:30-17:35  #  good-bye