* Confirmed invited speakers: Hinrich Schütze (University of Munich) and Roberto Navigli (Sapienza University of Rome).
* Best paper award sponsored by AYLIEN.
SENSE aims at bringing together researchers in lexical semantics to investigate and discuss how to integrate sense-based techniques into different NLP tasks and applications. The workshop will be targeted at covering (but not limited to) the following topics:
- Utilizing sense/concept/entity representations in applications such as Machine Translation, Information Extraction or Retrieval, Word Sense Disambiguation, Entity Linking, Text Mining, Semantic Parsing, Knowledge Base Construction or Completion, etc.
- Exploration of the advantages/disadvantages of using sense representations over word representations.
- New evaluation benchmarks or comparison studies for sense vector representations.
- Development of new representation techniques (unsupervised, knowledge-based or hybrid).
- Compositionality of senses: learning representations for phrases and sentences.
- Construction of sense representations for languages other than English as well as multilingual representations.
Jose Camacho-Collados, Sapienza University of Rome
Mohammad Taher Pilehvar, University of Cambridge
Eneko Agirre, University of the Basque Country
Claudio Delli Bovi, Sapienza University of Rome
Luis Espinosa-Anke, Pompeu Fabra University
Lucie Flekova, Darmstadt University of Technology
Graeme Hirst, University of Toronto
Eduard Hovy, Carnegie Mellon University
Ignacio Iacobacci, Sapienza University of Rome
Richard Johansson, University of Gothenburg
David Jurgens, Stanford University
Omer Levy, University of Washington
Andrea Moro, Microsoft Research
Roberto Navigli, Sapienza University of Rome
Arvind Neelakantan, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Luis Nieto Piña, University of Gothenburg
Siva Reddy, University of Edinburgh
Horacio Saggion, Pompeu Fabra University
Hinrich Schütze, University of Munich
Piek Vossen, University of Amsterdam
Torsten Zesch, University of Duisburg-Essen
Jianwen Zhang, Microsoft Research
This workshop will accept both long and short papers. Long papers may contain up to eight pages, while short papers may contain up to four pages (excluding references). Long papers should include original and complete research. Short papers may include a focused contribution, a negative result, a demo, an opinion piece on the current state and future trends of the field, or work in progress. All submissions must follow the EACL 2017 guidelines.
Multiple submissions are allowed.
For more information about the submission please visit the workshop website: https://sites.google.com/site/senseworkshop2017