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Subject: 19.2273, Confs: Computational Linguistics/UK

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Date: 16-Jul-2008
From: Gemma Boleda < gboleda at lsi.upc.edu >
Subject: Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgements in CL

 

	
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Subject: Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgements in CL
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Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgements in CL 
Short Title: HJCL 

Date: 23-Aug-2008 - 23-Aug-2008 
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom 
Contact: Sabine Schulte im Walde 
Contact Email: schulte at ims.uni-stuttgart.de 
Meeting URL: http://workshops.inf.ed.ac.uk/hjcl/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgments in Computational Linguistics

Manchester, UK
23 August 2008 

http://workshops.inf.ed.ac.uk/hjcl/

In connection with Coling 2008, the 22nd International Conference on
Computational Linguistics
18-22 August 2008 

9:20-9:30	
Introductory Remarks

9:30-10:30	
Invited Talk: The Relevance of a Cognitive Model of the Mental Lexicon to
Automatic Word Sense Disambiguation. Martha Palmer and Susan Brown

10:30-11:00	
Break

11:00-11:30	
Analyzing Disagreements. Beata Beigman Klebanov, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier

11:30-12:00	
Exploiting 'Subjective' Annotations. Dennis Reidsma and Rieks Op den Akker

12:00-12:30	
Human Judgement as a Parameter in Evaluation Campaigns. Jean-Baptiste Berthelin,
Cyril Grouin, Martine Hurault-Plantet and Patrick Paroubek

12:30-14:00	
Lunch

14:00-14:30	
Native Judgments of Non-Native Usage: Experiments in Preposition Error
Detection. Joel Tetreault and Martin Chodorow

14:30-15:00	
Polysemy in Verbs: Systematic Relations between Senses and their Effect on
Annotation. Anna Rumshisky and Olga Batiukova

15:00-15:30	
Eliciting Subjectivity and Polarity Judgements on Word Senses. Fangzhong Su and
Katja Markert

15:30-16:00	
Break

16:00-16:30	
Human Judgements in Parallel Treebank Alignment. Martin Volk, Torsten Marek and
Yvonne Samuelsson

16:30-17:00	
An Agreement Measure for Determining Inter-Annotator Reliability of Human
Judgements on Affective Text. Plaban Kumar Bhowmick, Anupam Basu and Pabitra Mitra

17:00-17:30	
Discussion







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