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Proceedings of the Second Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics CLiC-it 2015

3-4 December 2015, Trento

CLiC-it 2015 is held in Trento on December 3-4 2015, hosted and locally organized by Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), one the most important Italian research centers for what concerns CL. The organization of the conference is the result of a fruitful conjoint effort of different research groups (Università di Torino, Università di Roma Tor Vergata and FBK) showing the nationwide spreading of CL in Italy. As in the first edition, the main aim of the event is at establishing a reference forum...

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  • Éditeur : Accademia University Press
  • Collection : Collana dell'Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Computazionale | 1
  • Lieu d’édition : Torino
  • Année d’édition : 2015
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 11 novembre 2016
  • EAN électronique : 978-88-99200-00-8
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.aaccademia.1277
  • Nombre de pages : 288 p.
Cristina Bosco, Sara Tonelli et Fabio Massimo Zanzotto
Giuseppe Attardi, Vittoria Cozza et Daniele Sartiano
Detecting the scope of negations in clinical notes
Giuseppe Attardi, Laura Gorrieri, Alessio Miaschi et al.
Deep Learning for Social Sensing from Tweets
Pierpaolo Basile, Annalina Caputo et Giovanni Semeraro
Entity Linking for Italian Tweets
Pierpaolo Basile, Valerio Basile, Malvina Nissim et al.
Deep Tweets: from Entity Linking to Sentiment Analysis
Yuri Bizzoni, Riccardo Del Gratta, Federico Boschetti et al.
Enhancing the Accuracy of Ancient Greek WordNet by Multilingual. Distributional Semantics
Daniele Bonadiman, Aliaksei Severyn et Alessandro Moschitti
Deep Neural Networks for Named Entity Recognition in Italian
Giuseppe Castellucci, Danilo Croce et Roberto Basili
A Graph-based Model of Contextual Information in Sentiment Analysis over Twitter
Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini et Elisabetta Fersini
Word Sense Discrimination: A gangplank algorithm
Riccardo Del Gratta, Francesca Frontini, Monica Monachini et al.
Visualising Italian Language Resources: a Snapshot
Marilena Di Bari, Serge Sharoff et Martin Thomas
A manually-annotated Italian corpus for fine-grained sentiment analysis
Luigi Di Caro, Guido Boella, Alice Ruggeri et al.
From a Lexical to a Semantic Distributional Hypothesis
Mirko Lai, Daniela Virone, Cristina Bosco et al.
Building a Corpus on a Debate on Political Reform in Twitter
Verena Lyding, Michel Généreux, Katalin Szabò et al.
The OPATCH corpus platform – facing heterogeneous groups of texts and users
Anne-Lyse Minard, Manuela Speranza, Rachele Sprugnoli et al.
FacTA: Evaluation of Event Factuality and Temporal Anchoring
Johanna Monti, Federico Sangati et Mihael Arcan
TED-MWE: a bilingual parallel corpus with MWE annotation

Towards a methodology for annotating MWEs in parallel multilingual corpora

Giovanni Moretti, Rachele Sprugnoli et Sara Tonelli
Digging in the Dirt: Extracting Keyphrases from Texts with KD
Lucia C. Passaro, Laura Pollacci et Alessandro Lenci
ItEM: A Vector Space Model to Bootstrap an Italian Emotive Lexicon
Marco Passarotti, Berta González Saavedra et Christophe Onambélé Manga
Somewhere between Valency Frames and Synsets. Comparing Latin Vallex and Latin WordNet
Stefan Richter, Andrea Cimino, Felice Dell’Orletta et al.
Tracking the Evolution of Written Language Competence: an NLP–based Approach
Rachele Sprugnoli, Felice Dell’Orletta, Tommaso Caselli et al.
Parsing Events: a New Perspective on Old Challenges


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