Lectures on Computational Linguistics 2017 (LCL - 2017) is a two-day event featuring both tutorials on topics in Computational Linguistics and student's presentations.

This year event follows the successful edition of 2016 organized in Trento. LCL - 2017 is organized by the Doctoral School of Linguistic Sciences of University of Bergamo-Pavia and by Fondazione Bruno Kessler, with the endorsement of AILC, the Italian Association of Computational Linguistics.

LCL - 2017 will be held at University of Pavia on May, 4-5 2017.


Program:

4 MAY 2017 - Room L2 - Palazzo San Tommaso, University of Pavia

10.45 Opening: Elisabetta Jezek (University of Pavia)

11.00-13.00 Tutorial 1: Data Annotation for NLP Tasks

Bernardo Magnini (Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento)

14.30-16.30 Tutorial 2: Morphological Analysis, PoS-Tagging and Lemmatisation

Fabio Tamburini (University of Bologna)

16.45-17.45 Students' Presentations:

          • Annotating and processing fragments of early German romanticism. An overview

Alessio Salomoni (University of Bergamo-Pavia)

          • Investigating the Paradigm Cell Filling Problem in Ancient Greek: an entropy based approach

Matteo Pellegrini (University of Bergamo-Pavia)

          • Is Lexical Opposition a feature for Contrast? A corpus based study for Italian

Anna Feltracco (Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento and University of Bergamo-Pavia)

5 MAY 2017 - Room L5 - Palazzo San Tommaso, University of Pavia

09.30-11.30 Tutorial 3: Discourse and Dialogue

Matthew Purver (Queen Mary University of London)

11.45-12.45 Students' Presentations:

          • Monolingual semantic alignment for textual inferences

Simone Magnolini (Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento)

          • Learning Quantity Expressions from Language and Vision

Sandro Pezzele (University of Trento)

14.00 -16.00 Tutorial 4: An old Artificial Intelligence dream that comes true: Merging language and vision modalities

Raffaella Bernardi (University of Trento)

16.00 - 16.30 Closing


Participation is free but subject to registration (see Registration page).

We welcome participation from Master and Ph.D. students, as well as everybody who is interested in the topics.


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