27 settembre 2017

Lavori Accettati @ CLiC-it 2017

-io Nouns through the Ages. Analysing Latin Morphological Productivity with Lemlat
Marco Budassi, Eleonora Litta and Marco Passarotti

A little bit of bella pianura: Detecting Code-Mixing in Historical English Travel Writing
Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli, Giovanni Moretti and Stefano Menini

A Phase-based Minimalist Parsing Model capturing locality
Cristiano Chesi

A Reproducible Approach with R Markdown to Automatic Classification of Medical Certificates in French
Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, Federica Beghini, Federica Vezzani and Geneviève Henrot

AHyDA: Automatic Hypernym Detection with feature Augmentation
Ludovica Pannitto, Lavinia Salicchi and Alessandro Lenci

Analysis of Italian Word Embeddings
Rocco Tripodi and Stefano Li Pira

Applicazione di un metodo attribuzionistico quantitativo alla monodia liturgica medievale
Francesco Unguendoli, Marco Beghelli and Giampaolo Cristadoro

Automatic Evaluation of Employee Satisfaction
Marco Piersanti, Giulia Brandetti and Pierluigi Failla.

Bi-directional LSTM-CNNs-CRF for Italian Sequence Labeling
Pierpaolo Basile, Giovanni Semeraro and Pierluigi Cassotti

Can Monolingual Embeddings Improve Neural Machine Translation?
Mattia Antonino Di Gangi and Marcello Federico

Commercial Applications through Community Question Answering Technology
Antonio Uva, Valerio Storch, Casimiro Carrino, Ugo Di Iorio and Alessandro Moschitti

Contrast-Ita Bank: A corpus for Italian Annotated with Discourse Contrast Relations
Anna Feltracco, Bernardo Magnini and Elisabetta Jezek

CorAIt – A Non-native Speech Database for Italian
Claudia Roberta Combei

Dalla Word sense disambiguation alla sintassi: il problema dell’articolo partitivo in italiano
Ignazio Mauro Mirto and Emanuele Cipolla

Dealing with Italian Adjectives in Noun Phrase for Natural Language Generation
Giorgia Conte, Cristina Bosco and Alessandro Mazzei

Deep Learning for Automatic Image Captioning in poor Training Conditions
Caterina Masotti, Danilo Croce and Roberto Basili

Deep-learning the Ropes: Modeling Idiomaticity with Neural Networks
Yuri Bizzoni, Marco S.G. Senaldi and Alessandro Lenci

Developing a large scale FrameNet for Italian: the IFrameNet experience
Silvia Brambilla, Danilo Croce, Fabio Tamburini and Roberto Basili

Distributed Processes for Spoken Questions and Commands Understanding
Dario Di Mauro, Antonio Origlia and Francesco Cutugno

Domain-specific Named Entity Disambiguation in Historical Memoirs
Marco Rovera, Federico Nanni, Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Anna Goy

E pluribus unum. Representing compounding in a derivational lexicon of Latin
Silvia Micheli and Eleonora Litta

Emerging Sentiment Language Model for Emotion Detection
Anastasia Giachanou, Francisco Rangel, Fabio Crestani and Paolo Rosso

Emo2Val: Inferring Valence Scores from fine-grained Emotion Values
Alessandro Bondielli, Lucia Passaro and Alessandro Lenci

Enhancing Machine Translation of Academic Course Catalogues with Terminological Resources
Randy Scansani and Marcello Federico

Evaluating a rule based strategy to map IMAGACT and T-PAS
Andrea Amelio Ravelli, Lorenzo Gregori and Anna Feltracco

Find Problems before They Find You with AnnotatorPro’s Monitoring Functionalities
Mohammed R. H. Qwaider, Anne-Lyse Minard, Manuela Speranza and Bernardo Magnini

Gender stereotypes in film language: a corpus-assisted analysis
Lucia Busso and Gianmarco Vignozzi

Gimme the Usual – How Handling of Pragmatics Improves Chatbots
Alessia Bianchini, Francesco Tarasconi, Raffaella Ventaglio and Mariafrancesca Guadalupi

Hate Speech Annotation: Analysis of an Italian Twitter Corpus
Fabio Poletto, Marco Stranisci, Manuela Sanguinetti, Viviana Patti and Cristina Bosco

How “deep” is learning word inflection?
Franco Alberto Cardillo, Marcello Ferro, Claudia Marzi and Vito Pirrelli

I verbi neologici nell’italiano del web: comportamento sintattico e selezione dell’ausiliare
Matteo Amore

Identifying Predictive Features for Textual Genre Classification: the Key Role of Syntactic Features
Martijn Wieling, Felice Dell’Orletta, Simonetta Montemagni, Andrea Cimino and Giulia Venturi

INFORMed PA: A NER for the Italian Public Administration Domain
Lucia Passaro, Alessandro Lenci and Anna Gabbolini

Ironic gestures and tones in Twitter
Simona Frenda

Irony Detection: from the Twittersphere to the News Space
Alessandra Cervone, Evgeny Stepanov, Fabio Celli and Giuseppe Riccardi

La distinzione tra nomi e verbi nel lessico mentale: dati psicolinguistici preliminari su una banca-dati di nomi e verbi italiani
Maria De Martino, Azzurra Mancuso and Alessandro Laudanna

Linguistic Features and Newsworthiness: an Analysis of News style
Maria Pia Di Buono and Jan Snajder

Metadata annotation for dramatic texts
Vincenzo Lombardo, Rossana Damiano and Antonio Pizzo

Mining Offensive Language on Social Media
Serena Pelosi, Alessandro Maisto, Pierluigi Vitale and Simonetta Vietri

MODAL: A multilingual corpus annotated for modality
Malvina Nissim and Paola Pietrandrea

Monitoring Adolescents’ Distress using Social Web data as a Source: the InsideOut Project
Roberto Basili, Valentina Bellomaria, Niels Jonas Bugge, Danilo Croce, Francesco De Michele, Federico Fiori Nastro, Paolo Fiori Nastro, Chantal Michel, Stefanie Schmidt and Frauke Schultze-Lutter

Multilingual Neural Machine Translation for Low Resource Languages
Surafel Melaku Lakew, Mattia Antonino Di Gangi and Marcello Federico

Neural Sentiment Analysis for a Real-World Application
Daniele Bonadiman, Giuseppe Castellucci, Andrea Favalli, Raniero Romagnoli and Alessandro Moschitti

PARAD-it: Eliciting Italian Paradigmatic Relations with Crowdsourcing
Irene Sucameli and Alessandro Lenci

PARSEME-It Corpus An annotated Corpus of Verbal Multiword Expressions in Italian
Johanna Monti, Maria Pia di Buono and Federico Sangati

PoS Taggers in the Wild: A Case Study with Swiss Italian Student Essays
Daniele Puccinelli, Silvia Demartini, Aris Piatti, Sara Giulivi, Luca Cignetti and Simone Fornara

Predicting Controversial News Using Facebook Reactions
Angelo Basile, Tommaso Caselli and Malvina Nissim

Predicting Land Use of Italian Cities using Structural Semantic Models
Gianni Barlacchi, Bruno Lepri and Alessandro Moschitti

Sanremo’s winner is… Category-driven Selection Strategies for Active Learning
Anne-Lyse Minard, Manuela Speranza, Mohammed R. H. Qwaider and Bernardo Magnini

Stem and fragment priming on verbal forms of Italian
Alessandro Laudanna and Giulia Bracco

Stylometry in Computer-Assisted Translation: Experiments on the Babylonian Talmud
Emiliano Giovannetti, Davide Albanesi, Andrea Bellandi, David Dattilo and Felice Dell’Orletta

Tagging Semantic Types for Verb Argument Positions
Francesca Della Moretta, Anna Feltracco, Elisabetta Jezek and Bernardo Magnini

The impact of phrases on Italian lexical simplification
Sara Tonelli, Alessio Palmero Aprosio and Marco Mazzon

Toward a bilingual lexical database on connectives: Exploiting a German/Italian parallel corpus
Peter Bourgonje, Yulia Grishina and Manfred Stede

Toward a Treebank Collecting German Texts from the 18th Century
Alessio Salomoni

Towards an Italian Lexicon for Polarity Classification (polarITA): a Comparative Analysis of Lexical Resources for Sentiment Analysis
Delia Irazú Hernández Farías, Irene Laganà, Viviana Patti and Cristina Bosco

Tree LSTMs for Learning Sentence Representations
Héctor Cerezo Costas, Manuela I. Martín-Vicente and Francisco J. Gonzalez-Castano.

TWITTIRO`: a Social Media Corpus with a Multi-layered Annotation for Irony
Alessandra Teresa Cignarella, Cristina Bosco and Viviana Patti