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New publications at HCII and COLING

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The following new publication has been accepted: HCI International 2022 – Late Breaking Papers. Multimodality in Advanced Interaction Environments [1] Introduction to the 2nd Edition of “Semantic, Artificial and Computational Interaction Studies” Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2022) [2] Tafsir Dataset: A Novel Multi-Task Benchmark… Read more »

Videos of the LREC 2022 contributions available

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For the poster presentations at LREC 2022, the recorded presentations can be found below: I still have Time(s): Extending HeidelTime for German Texts [1] German Parliamentary Corpus (GerParCor) [2] Total: 2 A. Lücking, M. Stoeckel, G. Abrami, and A. Mehler, “I still have Time(s): Extending HeidelTime for German Texts,” in… Read more »

Research Topic with Frontiers in AI

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In collaboration with Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence, we, Alexander Mehler, Andy Lücking and Tiansi Dong are editing a new article collection (Research Topic) titled: Multimodal Communication and Multimodal Computing. The call for papers is open. You can learn more about the scope of the collection at the research topic’s website.

Talk at the workshop “Possibilities and Limitations of Digital Annotation Tools for Audio-Visual Material with a Focus on Sound and Music”, Mainz

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Talk at the workshop “Possibilities and Limitations of Digital Annotation Tools for Audio-Visual Material with a Focus on Sound and Music” VAnnotatoR Towards a Model of Virtual Annotation Environments Alexander Mehler, Alexander Hehnlein, Giuseppe Abrami Tuesday May 03, 2022, 3:30 p.m. Alte Mensa, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Johann-Joachim-Becher-Weg 5, 55128 Mainz

“Semantics and Pragmatics” article published

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The new quantification theory by Andy and Jonathan has finally been published by “Semantics and Pragmatics”: Referential transparency as the proper treatment for quantification (link to early access paper) [1] Total: 1 A. Lücking and J. Ginzburg, “Referential transparency as the proper treatment of quantification,” Semantics and Pragmatics, vol. 15,… Read more »

New submission on NAACL 2022

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The following new publication has been accepted: 2022 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL 2022) [1] What do Toothbrushes do in the Kitchen? How Transformers Think our World is Structured Total: 1 A. Henlein and A. Mehler, “What do Toothbrushes do in… Read more »

New submissions on LREC 2022

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The following new publications have been accepted: Thirteenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2022) [1] German Parliamentary Corpus (GerParCor) [2] I still have Time(s): Extending HeidelTime for German Texts Total: 2 G. Abrami, M. Bagci, L. Hammerla, and A. Mehler, “German Parliamentary Corpus (GerParCor),” in Proceedings of… Read more »

Paper on headshaking

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In collaboration with Jonathan, Andy published a paper on [1] Saying and shaking ‘No’ within the Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. Total: 1 A. Lücking and J. Ginzburg, “Saying and shaking `No’,” in Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar,… Read more »

Second chapter in the new, big HPSG handbook

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In collaboration with Jonathan and Robin, Andy published the chapter on [1] Grammar in dialogue within the newly published HPSG handbook. Total: 1 A. Lücking, J. Ginzburg, and R. Cooper, “Grammar in dialogue,” in Head Driven Phrase Structure Grammar: The handbook, S. Müller, A. Abeillé, R. D. Borsley, and J…. Read more »