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Student Research Workshop Program

Student Research Workshop is being generously supported by National Science Foundation. See the sponsors page.

The SRW Program can be also found on the conference program page.

Monday, June 25, afternoon

  Corridor of TOP Congress Hall
  Poster presentations
14:45–16:35 Nathan C. Sanders
Measuring Syntactic Difference in British English
Panelist: Brian Roark
Elias Ponvert
Inducing Combinatory Categorial Grammars with Genetic Algorithms
Panelist: Mark Dras
Aleksander Buczyński
An Implementation of Combined Partial Parser and Morphosyntactic Disambiguator
Panelist: Joakim Nivre
Radosław Moszczyński
A Practical Classification of Multiword Expressions
Panelist: Diana McCarthy
Andrea Mulloni
Automatic Prediction of Cognate Orthography Using Support Vector Machines
Panelist: Rebecca Hwa
Martina Naughton
Exploiting Structure for Event Discovery Using the MDI Algorithm
Panelist: Ido Dagan
Taras Zagibalov
Kinds of Features for Chinese Opinionated Information Retrieval
Panelist: Eduard Hovy

Tuesday, June 26, whole day

  Lounge 1
9:15–9:25 Opening Remarks
  Session 1: Grammar and the Lexicon
09:25–09:50 Bart Cramer
Limitations of Current Grammar Induction Algorithms
Panelist: Aline Villavicencio
09:50-10:15 Richard Johansson
Logistic Online Learning Methods and Their Application to Incremental Dependency Parsing
Panelists: Stephen Clark and James Henderson
10:15-10:40 Yves Scherrer
Adaptive String Distance Measures for Bilingual Dialect Lexicon Induction
Panelists: Philipp Koehn and Mark Stevenson
  Session 2: Quantitative and Formal Linguistics
14:30-14:55 Jelena Prokić
Identifying Linguistic Structure in a Quantitative Analysis of Dialect Pronunciation
Panelist: Monojit Choudhury
14:55-15:20 Silke Scheible
Towards a Computational Treatment of Superlatives
Panelist: Janyce M. Wiebe
  Session 3: Semantics
15:45-16:10 Diarmuid Ó Séaghdha
Annotating and Learning Compound Noun Semantics
Panelist: Lucy Vanderwende
16:10-16:35 Paul Nulty
Semantic Classification of Noun Phrases Using Web Counts and Learning Algorithms
Panelist: Marilyn Walker
16:35-17:00 Olena Medelyan
Computing Lexical Chains with Graph Clustering
Panelist: Jacob Eisenstein and Mirella Lapata
17:00-17:25 Kata Gábor and Enikő Héja
Clustering Hungarian Verbs on the Basis of Complementation Patterns
Panelists: Olivier Ferret and Anna Korhonen

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