Workshop Program

Saturday, 12 December 2020

All times are in Central European Time (CET)
14:00–14:10 Introduction to the Workshop
LAW XIV chairs
14:10–15:00 Invited Talk
Beyond the Mold: New Paths for Annotation Science
Nils Reiter
15:00–15:20 Coffee Break
15:20–16:00 Session 1
15:20–15:30 Bayesian Methods for Semi-supervised Text Annotation
Kristian Miok, Gregor Pirs and Marko Robnik-Sikonja
15:30–15:40 Provenance for Linguistic Corpora through Nanopublications
Timo Lek, Anna de Groot, Tobias Kuh and Roser Morante
15:40–15:50 A Sentiment-annotated Dataset of English Causal Connectives
Marta Andersson, Murathan Kurfalı and Robert Östling
15:50–16:00 A Novel Annotation Schema for Conversational Humor: Capturing the Cultural Nuances in Kanyasulkam
Vaishnavi Pamulapati, Gayatri Purigilla and Radhika Mamidi
16:00–17:00 Poster Session 1
Modeling Ambiguity with Many Annotators and Self-Assessments of Annotator Certainty
Melanie Andresen, Michael Vauth and Heike Zinsmeister
Representation Problems in Linguistic Annotations: Ambiguity, Variation, Uncertainty, Error and Bias
Christin Beck, Hannah Booth, Mennatallah El-Assady and Miriam Butt
Understanding the Tradeoff between Cost and Quality of Expert Annotations for Keyphrase Extraction
Hung Chau, Saeid Balaneshin, Kai Liu and Ondrej Linda
Cookpad Parsed Corpus: Linguistic Annotations of Japanese Recipes
Jun Harashima and Makoto Hiramatsu
Modelling and Annotating Interlinear Glossed Text from 280 Different Endangered Languages as Linked Data with LIGT
Sebastian Nordhoff
17:00–17:30 Coffee Break
17:30–18:00 Session 2
17:30–17:40 PASTRIE: A Corpus of Prepositions Annotated with Supersense Tags in Reddit International English
Michael Kranzlein, Emma Manning, Siyao Peng, Shira Wein, Aryaman Arora and Nathan Schneider
17:40–17:50 Supersense and Sensibility: Proxy Tasks for Semantic Annotation of Prepositions
Luke Gessler, Shira Wein and Nathan Schneider
17:50–18:00 Sprucing up Supersenses: Untangling the Semantic Clusters of Accompaniment and Purpose
Jena D. Hwang, Nathan Schneider and Vivek Srikumar
18:00–19:00 Poster Session 2
Querent Intent in Multi-Sentence Questions
Laurie Burchell, Jie Chi, Tom Hosking, Nina Markl and Bonnie Webber
Annotating Errors and Emotions in Human-Chatbot Interactions in Italian
Manuela Sanguinetti, Alessandro Mazzei, Viviana Patti, Marco Scalerandi, Dario Mana and Rossana Simeoni
Towards a Standardized, Fine-grained Manual Annotation Protocol for Verbal Fluency Data
Gabriel McKee, Joël Macoir, Lydia Gagnon and Pascale Tremblay
pyMMAX2: Deep Access to MMAX2 Projects from Python
Mark-Christoph Müller
Annotating Coherence Relations for Studying Topic Transitions in Social Talk
Alex Lưu and Sophia A. Malamud
19:00–19:10 Closing Remarks