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

Multi-lingual semantic annotation: Theory and applications

Workshop, Saarland University


Monday June 26th

Time Speaker Title Commentary
8:30Coffee and Tea

Semantic resources
9:00 Manfred Pinkal and Charles FillmoreWorkshop Introduction, the SALSA Project and Berkeley FrameNet
9:50 Karin Kipper VerbNet: extensions and mappings to other lexical resourcesChristiane Fellbaum
10:40 Coffee break
11:10 Rada Mihalcea Building Multilingual and Crosslingual Semantic Resources with Volunteer Contributions over the Web Charles Fillmore and Thierry Declerck
12:10 Angelika Storrer Support verb constructions: types, properties and discourse functions
( Handout )
Markus Egg
13:00Lunch break

14:30 Paul Buitelaar and Anette FrankOntology-driven Predicate Argument Structure Analysis for Event Annotation Hinrich Schuetze
15:20 Barry SmithPax Terminologica -- Ontology-Based Alignment of Semantic Roles Manfred Pinkal
16:10 Coffee break
16:40 Michael Ellsworth The synergy between ontologization and quality management Hans Kamp and Michael Schiehlen

Cross-lingual FrameNet
17:30 Cross-lingual FrameNet group reports Moderator:
Collin Baker
Carlos Subirats, Marc Ortega Spanish FrameNet
Hans Boas German FrameNet
Kyoko Ohara Japanese FrameNet
Hiroaki SatoFrameSQL
Thomas SchmidtSoccer FrameNet
Sanghee KwonEN/DE/KR Comparative Lexicon

Tuesday June 27th

Time Speaker Title Commentary
8:30Coffee and Tea

Semantic Relatedness
9:00 Ulrike Pado Modelling Semantic Plausibility in Human Sentence Processing using FrameNet and PropBank Srini Narayanan
9:50 Iryna Gurevych and Erhard W. Hinrichs Semantic Information Retrieval on the Basis of an Extended GermaNet Hans Uszkoreit
10:40 Coffee break

11:10 Katrin Erk and Sebastian Pado Shallow semantic parsing: Making most of limited training data Hinrich Schuetze
12:00 Guillaume Pitel Using bilingual LSA for FrameNet annotation of French text from generic resources Gerd Fliedner
12:50 Lunch break
14:30 Emanuele Pianta Exploiting Parallel Texts to Leverage the Manual Annotation Bottleneck: The MultiSemCor case Ulrich Heid
15:20 Lea Cyrus Modelling interlingual relationships on the basis of predicate-argument structures Hans Boas
16:10 Coffee break

16:30 Aljoscha Burchardt and Anette Frank Approximating Textual Entailment with LFG and FrameNet frames Hans Kamp and Michael Schiehlen
17:20 Short break
17:30 Srini Narayanan Using semantic annotation for NLP: Prospects and Issues Martin Kay
18:20 Closing remarks