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The program of the Depling 2011 conference


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Monday, September 5


08:30

09:00

Registration



09:00

09:30

Welcome



09:30

10:30

Invited talk Igor Mel'čuk

Dependency in Language


10:30

11:00

coffee break


theory

11:00

11:30

Kim Gerdes and Sylvain Kahane

Defining dependencies (and constituents)

11:30

12:00

Nicolas Mazziotta

Coordination of verbal dependents in Old French: coordination as a specified juxtaposition or apposition

12:00

12:30

Thomas Gross

Catenae in Morphology

12:30

13:00

Timothy Osborne

Type 2 Rising: A Contribution to a DG Account of Discontinuities


13:00

14:30

lunch


semantics

14:30

15:00

Ke Wang and Rongpei Wang

Implementing Categorial Grammar in Semantic Analysis: from Frame Semantics’ View

15:00

15:30

Orsolya Vincze and Margarita Alonso Ramos

A proposal for the multilevel linguistic representation of Spanish person names

15:30

16:00

Michael Hahn and Detmar Meurers

On deriving semantic representations from dependencies: A practical approach for evaluating meaning in learner corpora


16:00

16:30

coffee break


treebanks

16:30

17:00

Alicia Burga, Simon Mille and Leo Wanner

Looking Behind the Scenes of Syntactic Dependency Corpus Annotation: Towards a Motivated Annotation Schema of Surface-Syntax in Spanish

17:00

17:30

Katri Haverinen, Filip Ginter, Veronika Laippala, Samuel Kohonen, Timo Viljanen, Jenna Nyblom and Tapio Salakoski

A Dependency-based Analysis of Treebank Annotation Errors

17:30

18:00

Henrik Høeg Müller

The Copenhagen Dependency Treebank (CDT). Extending syntactic annotation to morphology and semantics


18:00

19:00

welcome reception








Tuesday, September 6

treebanks

09:00

09:30

Markus Dickinson and Marwa Ragheb

Dependency Annotation of Coordination for Learner Language

09:30

10:00

Kristiina Muhonen and Tanja Purtonen

Creating a Dependency Syntactic Treebank: Towards Intuitive Language Modeling

16:00

16:30

Pavlína Jinová, Lucie Mladová and Jiří Mírovský

Sentence Structure and Discourse Structure: Possible Parallels


10:30

11:00

coffee break


linguistics

11:00

11:30

Jarmila Panevová, Magda Ševčíková

Delimitation of information between grammatical rules and lexicon

11:30

12:00

Katerina Rysová

The Unmarked Word Order of Inner Participants in Czech, With the Focus on the Systemic Ordering of Actor and Patient

12:00

12:30

Dina El Kassas

Representation of Zero and Dummy Subject Pronouns within multi-strata dependency framework


12:30

14:00

lunch


Short talks and posters

14:00

14:45

Short talks for the presentations of posters and demonstrations


14:45

16:30

Poster and demo sessions with coffee and cookies




Ramadan Alfared, Denis Béchet, and Alexander Dikovsky

``CDG LAB'': a Toolbox for Dependency Grammars and Dependency Treebanks Development



Thomas Gross

Clitics in Dependency Morphology



Federico Gobbo and Marco Benini

From Structural Syntax to Constructive Adpositional Grammars



Eva Maria Duran Eppler

The Dependency Distance Hypothesis for bilingual code-switching



Taiki Yoshimura

The 'Errant' Scope of Question in Turkish: A Word Grammar Account

Formal issues

16:30

17:00

Vered Silber-Varod

Dependencies over prosodic boundary tones in Spontaneous Spoken Hebrew

17:00

17:30

Bernd Bohnet, Leo Wanner and Simon Mille

Statistical Language Generation from Semantic Structures

17:30

18:00

Alexander Dikovsky

Categorial Dependency Grammars: from Theory to Large Scale Grammars





Wednesday, September 7


09:00

10:00

invited talk Joakim Nivre

Statistical Dependency Parsing – The State of the Art


10:00

10:30

coffee break


parsing

10:30

11:00

Bernd Bohnet

Comparing Advanced Graph-based and Transition-based Dependency Parsers

11:00

11:30

Niels Beuck, Arne Köhn and Wolfgang Menzel

Incremental Parsing and the Evaluation of Partial Dependency Analyses

11:30

12:00

Ozlem Cetinoglu, Anton Bryl, Jennifer Foster and Josef Van Genabith

Improving Dependency Label Accuracy using Statistical Post-editing: A Cross-Framework Study


12:00

13:30

lunch


parsing

13:30

14:00

Julia Krivanek and Walt Detmar Meurers

Comparing Rule-Based and Data-Driven Dependency Parsing of Learner Language

14:00

14:30

Igor Boguslavsky, Leonid Iomdin, Leonid Tsinman, Victor Sizov and Vadim Petrochenkov

Rule-Based Dependency Parser Refined by Empirical and Corpus Statistics


14:30

15:00

coffee break


linguistics

15:00

15:30

Andreas Pankau

Wh-Copying in German as Replacement

15:30

16:00

Kensei Sugayama

Why kono akai hana and akai kono hana Are Both Possible in Japanese: A Word Grammar Account


16:00

16:15

closing remarks



17:00


excursion start



21:00


dinner