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.

The periods listed below are in Barcelona local time, that is to say, Central European Time.

December 12, 2020

14:00-14:20 — Regular talks 1

Automatic Topological Field Identification in (Historical) German Texts [#13]
Katrin Ortmann
Neural Machine Translation of Artwork Titles Using Iconclass Codes [#17]
Nikolay Banar, Walter Daelemans and Mike Kestemont

14:30-15:00 — 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

15:10-15:40 — Regular talks 3

Exhaustive Entity Recognition for Coptic: Challenges and Solutions [#14]
Amir Zeldes, Lance Martin and Sichang Tu
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