List of accepted papers

  • Aarne Talman, Antti Suni, Hande Celikkanat, Sofoklis Kakouros, Jörg Tiedemann and Martti Vainio. Predicting Prosodic Prominence from Text with Pre-trained Contextualized Word Representations
  • Adam Ek, Jean-Philippe Bernardy and Shalom Lappin. Language Modeling with Syntactic and Semantic Representation for Sentence Acceptability Predictions
  • Anders Edelbo Lillie, Emil Refsgaard Middelboe and Leon Derczynski. Joint Rumour Stance and Veracity Prediction
  • Andre Kåsen, Anders Nøklestad, Kristin Hagen and Joel Priestley. Tagging a Norwegian Dialect Corpus
  • Andreas Kirkedal, Barbara Plank, Leon Derczynski and Natalie Schluter. The Lacunae of Danish Natural Language Processing
  • Ann Lillieström, Koen Claessen and Nicholas Smallbone. Inferring morphology from small examples using 0/1 linear programming
  • Astrid van Aggelen, Antske Fokkens, Laura Hollink and Jacco van Ossenbruggen. Larger-scale assessment of shift direction for diachronic lexical semantics
  • Barbara Plank and Sigrid Klerke. Lexical Resources for Low-Resource PoS Tagging in Neural Times
  • Barbara Plank. Neural Cross-Lingual Transfer and Limited Annotated Data for Named Entity Recognition in Danish
  • Bjarte Johansen. Named-Entity Recognition for Norwegian
  • David Alfter and Johannes Graën. Interconnecting lexical resources and word alignment: How do learners get on with particle verbs?
  • Eva Pettersson and Beata Megyesi. Matching Keys and Encrypted Manuscripts
  • Evgeniia Rykova and Stefan Werner. Perceptual and acoustic analysis of voice similarities between parents and young children
  • Hans Moen, Laura-Maria Peltonen, Henry Suhonen, Hanna-Maria Matinolli, Riitta Mieronkoski, Kirsi Telen, Kirsi Terho, Tapio Salakoski and Sanna Salanterä. An Unsupervised Query Rewriting Approach Using N-gram Co-occurrence Statistics to Find Similar Phrases in Large Text Corpora
  • Hazem Al Saied, Marie Candito and Mathieu Constant. Comparing linear and neural models for competitive MWE identification
  • Ilmari Kylliäinen and Miikka Silfverberg. Ensembles of Neural Morphological Inflection Models
  • Jean-Philippe Bernardy, Rasmus Blanck, Stergios Chatzikyriakidis, Shalom Lappin and Aleksandre Maskharashvili. Predicates as Boxes in Bayesian Semantics for Natural Language
  • Jeff Ens, Mika Hämäläinen, Jack Rueter and Philippe Pasquier. Morphosyntactic Disambiguation in an Endangered Language Setting
  • Jenna Kanerva, Samuel Rönnqvist, Riina Kekki, Tapio Salakoski and Filip Ginter. Template-free Data-to-Text Generation of Finnish Sports News
  • Jeremy Claude Barnes, Samia Touileb, Lilja Øvrelid and Erik Velldal. Lexicon information in neural sentiment analysis: a multi-task learning approach
  • Joakim Åkerström, Adel Daoud and Richard Johansson. Natural Language Processing in Policy Evaluation: Extracting Policy Conditions from IMF Loan Agreements
  • José Carlos Rosales Nunes, Djamé Seddah and Guillaume Wisniewski. Comparison between NMT and PBSMT Performance for Translating Noisy User-Generated Content
  • Jue Hou, Maximilian Koppatz, José María Hoya Quecedo and Roman Yangarber. Projecting named entity recognizers without annotated or parallel corpora
  • Karolína Hořeňovská. An evaluation of Czech word embeddings
  • Kristín Bjarnadóttir, Kristín Ingibjörg Hlynsdóttir and Steinþór Steingrímsson. DIM: The Database of Icelandic Morphology
  • Leon Derczynski and Alex Speed Kjeldsen. Bornholmsk Natural Language Processing: Resources and Tools
  • Magnus Sahlgren and Fredrik Olsson. Gender Bias in Pretrained Swedish Embeddings
  • Marina Santini, Benjamin Danielsson and Arne Jönsson. Comparing the Performance of Feature Representations for the Categorization of the Easy-to-Read Variety vs Standard Language
  • Michele Persiani and Thomas Hellström. Unsupervised Inference of Object Affordance from Text Corpora
  • Mickel Hoang, Oskar Alija Bihorac and Jacobo Rouces. Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis using BERT
  • Ozge Alacam. Enhancing Natural Language Understanding through Cross-Modal Interaction: Meaning Recovery from Acoustically Noisy Speech
  • Petter Mæhlum, Jeremy Claude Barnes, Lilja Øvrelid and Erik Velldal. Annotating evaluative sentences in Norwegian
  • Prasanth Kolachina and Aarne Ranta. Bootstrapping UD treebanks for Delexicalized Parsing
  • Rasmus Lehmann and Leon Derczynski. Political Stance in Danish
  • Sardana Ivanova, Anisia Katinskaia and Roman Yangarber. Tools for supporting language learning for Sakha
  • Sidsel Boldsen and Manex Agirrezabal. The Seemingly (Un)systematic Linking Element in Danish
  • Silvio Ricardo Cordeiro and Marie Candito. Syntax-based identification of light-verb constructions
  • Starkaður Barkarson and Steinþór Steingrímsson. Compiling and Filtering ParIce: An English-Icelandic Parallel Corpus
  • Stergios Chatzikyriakidis and Jean-Philippe Bernardy. A Wide-Coverage Symbolic Natural Language Inference System
  • Svanhvít Lilja Ingólfsdóttir, Hrafn Loftsson, Jón Friðrik Daðason and Kristín Bjarnadóttir. Nefnir: A high accuracy lemmatizer for Icelandic
  • Svanhvít Lilja Ingólfsdóttir, Sigurjón Þorsteinsson and Hrafn Loftsson. Towards High Accuracy Named Entity Recognition for Icelandic
  • Valentin Barriere and Amaury Fouret. May I Check Again? — A simple but efficient way to generate and use contextual dictionaries for Named Entity Recognition. Application to French Legal Texts.
  • Veronika Laippala, Roosa Kyllönen, Jesse Egbert, Douglas Biber and Sampo Pyysalo. Toward Multilingual Identification of Online Registers
  • Yuri Bizzoni, Marius Mosbach, Deitrich Klakow and Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb. Some steps towards the generation of diachronic WordNets

List of accepted demo papers

  • Daniel Varab and Natalie Schluter. UniParse: A universal graph-based parsing toolkit
  • David Alfter, Therese Lindström Tiedemann and Elena Volodina. LEGATO: A flexible lexicographic annotation tool
  • Iben Nyholm Debess, Sandra Saxov Lamhauge and Peter Juel Henrichsen. Garnishing a phonetic dictionary for ASR intake
  • Marcus Klang and Pierre Nugues. Docria: Processing and Storing Linguistic Data with Wikipedia
  • Mikko Aulamo and Jörg Tiedemann. The OPUS Resource Repository: An Open Package for Creating Parallel Corpora and Machine Translation Services