Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Fachrichtung 4.7 Universität des Saarlandes

Computational Linguistics Colloquium

This seminar series is jointly organized by the Department of Computational Linguistics and Phonetics and the International Post-Graduate College in Language Technology and Cognitive Systems.

Winter Semester 2008

Thursdays, 16:15, Building C7.4, Conference room, unless indicated otherwise

Date Speaker Title of talk
23 October
30 October
6 November Markus Egg Scope relations below the word level
13 November
18 November Sebastian Pado Predicting MT Quality Using Textual Entailment
20 November Detmar Meurers Diagnosing meaning errors in Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning
27 November
4 December Stephen Clark Adapting a WSJ-trained Lexicalized-Grammar Parser to New Domains
11 December Sara Tonelli Developing Italian FrameNet
16 December Yo Sato Incrementality, Bi-directionality and Constraint-Based Grammar
18 December Emily M. Bender Multilingual Grammar Engineering with the Grammar Matrix: Crosslinguistic Hypothesis Testing
19 December Markus Dreyer Latent-Variable Modeling of String Transductions
25 December Holiday: Christmas Day
1 January Holiday: New Year's Day
8 January Amit Dubey The Influence of Discourse Information on Human Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution: A Reflection on Experimental and Computational Approaches
15 January Anna Korhonen Discovering Verb Classes in Biomedical Texts
22 January Hermann Ney Statistical machine translation: Ongoing work at RWTH Aachen
29 January Yves Laprie Audiovisual-to-acoustic inversion of speech
5 February
12 February Shravan Vasishth Prediction and retrieval in dependency resolution: Models and data