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LINGUIST List 21.1955

Fri Apr 23 2010

Confs: Computational Ling/Malta

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        1.    Milena Slavcheva, Central and (South-)Eastern European Languages

Message 1: Central and (South-)Eastern European Languages
Date: 23-Apr-2010
From: Milena Slavcheva <milenalml.bas.bg>
Subject: Central and (South-)Eastern European Languages
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Central and (South-)Eastern European Languages
Short Title: LREC 2010 Workshop

Date: 23-May-2010 - 23-May-2010
Location: La Valleta, Malta
Contact: Cristina Vertan
Contact Email: cristina.vertanuni-hamburg.de
Meeting URL: http://www.c-phil.uni-hamburg.de/view/Main/LrecWorkshop2010

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

LREC 2010 Workshop on Exploitation of Multilingual Resources and Tools for
Central and (South-) Eastern European Languages
23rd May 2010, La Valleta, Malta
Organised in conjunction with LREC 2010 Conference
(17-23 May 2010, La Valleta, Malta)
http://www.c-phil.uni-hamburg.de/view/Main/LrecWorkshop2010

The reconciliation of differences in the availability of language resources and
tools for more intensively and less intensively spoken languages has been the
main concern of several European initiatives. Central and (South-) Eastern
European languages can be the subject of a case study in that respect:
integration of diverse languages into a broad language community.

South-East European Times: A Parallel Corpus of Balkan Languages, Francis Tyers
and Murat Serdar Alperen

Augmenting a Statistical Machine Translation Baseline System with Syntactically
Motivated Translation Examples, Elena Irimia and Alexandru Ceausu

Linguistic Resources for Factored Phrase-based Statistical Machine Translation
Systems, Mirabela Navlea and Amalia Todirascu

Verbal Valency in Multilingual Lexica, Oleg Kapanadze

Sense Disambiguation - "Ambiguous Sensation"? Evaluating Sense Inventories for
Verbal WSD in Hungarian, Judit Kuti, Enik? Héja and Bálint Sass

Towards the Construction of Language Resources for Greek Multiword Expressions:
Extraction and Evaluation, Evita Linardaki, Carlos Ramisch, Aline Villavicencio
and Aggeliki Fotopoulou

Building and Exploiting Romanian Corpora for the Study of Differential Object
Marking, Anca Dinu and Alina Tigau
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