SFB 991

23.03.2012 00:00 Alter: 6 yrs

Workshop on Finite-state Methods in Language Resources and Historical-comparative Linguistics (FSM-LR&HCL)

Kategorie: SFB 991 INF Events

The workshop “Finite-state Methods in Language Resources and Historical-comparative Linguistics” (FSM-LR&HCL) will take place on 19.04.2012 at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. 

The goal of the workshop is to build a bridge between FSM and realizational morphology on the one hand, and parsing and frames on the other. Finite-state technology can be used in a wide range of NLP applications and resources that will be relevant for several SFB projects.

Invited speakers

Anssi Yli-Jyrä

Bruce W. Watson

Mark-Jan Nederhof

Thomas Hanneforth

Mans Hulden

Preliminary Programme                         

Timeslot

Chair

Speaker

Title

Room

09:00-09:05 

Younes Samih

Katina Bontcheva

Opening

ULB

09:05-09:45

James Kilbury

Techniques of tag rewriting

ULB

09:45-10:30 

Anssi Yli-Jyrä

A new finite-state parsing algorithm for weighted dependency grammars

ULB

10:30-11:15

Bruce W. Watson

A new algorithm for constructing automata

ULB

11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

ULB

11:45-12:30

Katina Bontcheva

Mark-Jan Nederhof

Transformation of LMF lexicon structures

ULB

12:30-13:15

Thomas Hanneforth

Introduction to TAGH morphology

ULB

13:15-14:30

Lunch

Mensa

14:30-16:00

Laura Kallmeyer

Mans Hulden

Integrating rule-based and statistical NLP with finite-state technology

23.21.02.54

16:00-16:30

Natalia Mamerow

Wiebke Petersen

Representation techniques in Panini's Sanskrit grammar

23.21.02.21

16:30-17:00

Mattis List

LexStat: automatic detection of cognates in multilingual wordlists

23.21.02.21

Closing

23.21.02.21

18:00

Conference dinner

midang.de