Workshop Program

There will be a live invited talk, and four sessions of elevator pitches, questions and answers.
We assume that the participants will have watched the talks and read the posters in advance.

14:00-14:30 — Regular talks 1

Automatic Topological Field Identification in (Historical) German Texts [#13]
Katrin Ortmann
Exhaustive Entity Recognition for Coptic: Challenges and Solutions [#14]
Amir Zeldes, Lance Martin and Sichang Tu
Neural Machine Translation of Artwork Titles Using Iconclass Codes [#17]
Nikolay Banar, Walter Daelemans and Mike Kestemont

14:40-15:10 — Regular talks 2

Life still goes on: Analysing Australian WW1 Diaries through Distant Reading [#31]
Ashley Dennis-Henderson, Matthew Roughan, Lewis Mitchell and Jonathan Tuke
Finding and Generating a Missing Part for Story Completion [#47]
Yusuke Mori, Hiroaki Yamane, Yusuke Mukuta and Tatsuya Harada
ERRANT: Assessing and Improving Grammatical Error Type Classification [#29]
Katerina Korre and John Pavlopoulos

15:20-15:40 — Regular talks 3

Measuring the Effects of Bias in Training Data for Literary Classification [#28]
Sunyam Bagga and Andrew Piper
Interpretation of Sentiment Analysis in Aeschylus’s Greek Tragedy [#44]
Vijaya Kumari Yeruva, Mayanka ChandraShekar, Yugyung Lee, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Virginia Blanton and Nathan A Oyler

15:50-16:40 — Invited talk

Linguistic variation and the dynamics of language use
Elke Teich

16:50-18:00 — Posters

History to Myths: Social Network Analysis for Comparison of Stories over Time [#6]
Clément Besnier
A Survey on Approaches to Computational Humor Generation [#16]
Miriam Amin and Manuel Burghardt
A Two-Step Approach for Automatic OCR Post-Correction [#19]
Robin Schaefer and Clemens Neudecker
“Shakespeare in the Vectorian Age” – An evaluation of different word embeddings and NLP parameters for the detection of Shakespeare quotes [#22]
Bernhard Liebl and Manuel Burghardt
Vital Records: Uncover the past from historical handwritten records [#26]
Herve Dejean and Jean-Luc Meunier
Zero-shot cross-lingual identification of direct speech using distant supervision [#32]
Murathan Kurfalı and Mats Wirén
Twenty-two Historical Encyclopedias Encoded in TEI: a New Resource for the Digital Humanities [#35]
Thora Hagen, Erik Ketzan, Fotis Jannidis and Andreas Witt
Results of a Single Blind Literary Taste Test with Short Anonymized Novel Fragments [#36]
Andreas van Cranenburgh and Corina Koolen
Geometric Deep Learning Models for Linking Character Names in Novels [#40]
Marek Kubis
Sonnet Combinatorics [#42]
Thierry Poibeau, Mylène Maignant, Frédérique Mélanie-Becquet, Clément Plancq, Matthieu Raffard and Mathilde Roussel
Towards Olfactory Information Extraction from Text: A Case Study on Detecting Smell Experiences in Novels [#45]
Ryan Brate, Paul Groth and Marieke van Erp
TL-Explorer: A Digital Humanities Tool for Mapping and Analyzing Translated Literature [#50]
Alex Zhai, Zheng Zhang, Amel Fraisse, Ronald Jenn, Shelley Fisher Fishkin and Pierre Zweigenbaum