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Proceedings of the Fifth Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics CLiC-it 2018

10-12 December 2018, Torino

On behalf of the Program Committee, a very warm welcome to the Fifth Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics (CLiC-­‐it 2018). This edition of the conference is held in Torino. The conference is locally organised by the University of Torino and hosted into its prestigious main lecture hall “Cavallerizza Reale”. The CLiC-­‐it conference series is an initiative of the Italian Association for Computational Linguistics (AILC) which, after five years of activity, has clearly established it...


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  • Verlag : Accademia University Press
  • Buchreihe : Collana dell'Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Computazionale
  • Erscheinungsort : Torino
  • Erscheinungsjahr : 2018
  • Auf OpenEdition Books veröffentlicht : 08 avril 2019
  • EAN (elektronische Version) : 9788831978682
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.aaccademia.2802
  • Seitenzahl : 382 p.
Elena Cabrio, Alessandro Mazzei und Fabio Tamburini
Preface

Contributed Papers

Laura Aina, Raffaella Bernardi und Raquel Fernández
A distributional study of negated adjectives and antonyms
Chiara Alzetta, Forsina Koceva, Samuele Passalacqua et al.
PRET: Prerequisite-Enriched Terminology. A Case Study on Educational Texts
Valerio Basile, Mirko Lai und Manuela Sanguinetti
Long-term Social Media Data Collection at the University of Turin
Valerio Basile und Alessandro Mazzei
Neural Surface Realization for Italian
Elisa Bassignana, Valerio Basile und Viviana Patti
Hurtlex: A Multilingual Lexicon of Words to Hurt
Alessandro Bondielli, Lucia C. Passaro und Alessandro Lenci
CoreNLP-it: A UD pipeline for Italian based on Stanford CoreNLP
Dominique Brunato, Martina Valeriani und Felice Dell’Orletta
DARC-IT: a DAtaset for Reading Comprehension in Italian
Flavio Cecchini, Marco Passarotti, Paolo Ruffolo et al.
Enhancing the Latin Morphological Analyser lemlat with a Medieval Latin Glossary
Fabio Celli und Bruno Lepri
Is Big Five better than MBTI?

A personality computing challenge using Twitter data

Alessandra Cervone, Enrico Gambi, Giuliano Tortoreto et al.
Automatically Predicting User Ratings for Conversational Systems
Anupama Chingacham und Denis Paperno
Generalizing Representations of Lexical Semantic Relations
Giulia Chiriatti, Valentina Della Gala, Felice Dell’Orletta et al.
A NLP-based Analysis of Reflective Writings by Italian Teachers
Andrea Cimino, Felice Dell’Orletta, Dominique Brunato et al.
Sentences and Documents in Native Language Identification
Eleonora Cocciu•, Dominique Brunato⋄, Giulia Venturi⋄ et al.
Gender and Genre Linguistic profiling: a case study on female and male journalistic and diary prose
Davide Colla, Enrico Mensa, Aureliano Porporato et al.
Conceptual Abstractness: from Nouns to Verbs
Gloria Comandini, Manuela Speranza und Bernardo Magnini
Effective Communication without Verbs? Sure!

Identification of Nominal Utterances in Italian Social Media Texts

Francesco Cutugno, Felice Dell’Orletta, Isabella Poggi et al.
The CHROME Manifesto: integrating multimodal data into Cultural Heritage Resources
Irene De Felice, Felice Dell’Orletta, Giulia Venturi et al.
Italian in the Trenches: Linguistic Annotation and Analysis of Texts of the Great War
Pietro dell’Oglio, Dominique Brunato und Felice Dell’Orletta
Lexicon and Syntax: Complexity across Genres and Language Varieties
Maria De Martino, Azzurra Mancuso und Alessandro Laudanna
Grammatical class effects in production of Italian inflected verbs
Anna Feltracco, Bernardo Magnini und Elisabetta Jezek
Lexical Opposition in Discourse Contrast
Anna Feltracco, Bernardo Magnini und Elisabetta Jezek
Lexical Opposition in Discourse Contrast
Emiliano Giovannetti, Davide Albanesi, Andrea Bellandi et al.
Constructing an Annotated Resource for Part-Of-Speech Tagging of Mishnaic Hebrew
Bernardo Magnini, Vevake Balaraman, Simone Magnolini et al.
What’s in a Food Name: Knowledge Induction from Gazetteers of Food Main Ingredient
Paolo Mairano, Enrico Zovato und Vito Quinci
La sentiment analysis come strumento di studio del parlato emozionale?
Flavio Merenda, Claudia Zaghi, Tommaso Caselli et al.
Source-driven Representations for Hate Speech Detection
Eleonora Mollo, Amon Rapp, Dario Mana et al.
Progettare chatbot: considerazioni e linee guida
Johanna Monti, Valeria Caruso und Maria Pia di Buono
PARSEME-IT

Issues in verbal Multiword Expressions identification and classification

Andrea Nadalini, Marco Marelli, Roberto Bottini et al.
Local associations and semantic ties in overt and masked semantic priming
Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi, Nicola Bertoldi et al.
Online Neural Automatic Post-editing for Neural Machine Translation
Lionel Nicolas, Verena Lyding, Luisa Bentivogli et al.
EnetCollect in Italy
Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Stefano Menini, Sara Tonelli et al.
Towards Personalised Simplification based on L2 Learners’ Native Language
Alessio Palmero Aprosio und Giovanni Moretti
Tint 2.0: an All-inclusive Suite for NLP in Italian
Matteo Pellegrini und Marco Passarotti
LatInfLexi: an Inflected Lexicon of Latin Verbs
Ruggero Petrolito und Felice Dell’Orletta
Word Embeddings in Sentiment Analysis
Agata Rotondi, Angelo Di Iorio und Freddy Limpens
Identifying Citation Contexts: a Review of Strategies and Goals.
Federico Sangati, Ekaterina Abramova und Johanna Monti
DialettiBot: a Telegram Bot for Crowdsourcing Recordings of Italian Dialects
Maria Simi und Simonetta Montemagni
Bootstrapping Enhanced Universal Dependencies for Italian
Amirhossein Tebbifakhr, Ruchit Agrawal, Matteo Negri et al.
Multi-source Transformer for Automatic Post-Editing
Daniela Trotta, Teresa Albanese, Michele Stingo et al.
Multi-Word Expressions in spoken language: PoliSdict

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