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Name: Christina  Alexandris
Institution: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Greece   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Specialty: Human-Computer Interaction, Speech Technology Applications, Multilingual Applications, Applications for Journalism
Subject Language(s): English
German
Greek, Ancient
Greek, Modern
Selected Publications: Books:
Alexandris, C. (2020): Issues in Multilingual Information Processing of Spoken Political and Journalistic Texts in the Media and Broadcast News, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, Cambridge Scholars.

Alexandris, C. (2016): Language and Dialog Systems, Series in Systemic Studies, Athens, Papazisis. (in Greek)

Alexandris, C. (2013): Managing Implied Information and Connotative Features in Multilingual Human-Computer Interaction, Hauppauge, New York, NY, Nova Science Publishers

Alexandris, C. (2010): Linguistik und ihre Anwendungen in der Computerlinguistik: Ein Arbeitsbuch, Athens, Papasotiriou. (Students book, in German)

Alexandris, C. (2009): Language as a Processing Technology: Computational Linguistics in Technical Texts for Human-Computer Interaction Systems, Series in Systemic Studies, Athens, Papazisis. (in Greek)

Book translation (Papazisis, 2017) (from German):
Feng, Zhiwei: Die Chinesichen Schriftzeichen in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Ins DT, übers. von Wolfgang Kühlwein. WVT Trier, 1994. (Fokus, Bd. 13)
[Feng, Zhiwei, Zhan Hongwei (2017): Chinese Characters, ISBN: 978-7-5135-7958-2]

Technical Reports:
Alexandris, C. (2018): “Measuring Cognitive Bias in Spoken Interaction and Conversation: Generating Visual Representations” In: AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford University, Technical Report SS-18-03, AAAI Press, Palo Alto, CA, 204-206.

Alexandris, C. (2015): “Signalizing and Predicting Turn-Taking in Multilingual Contexts: Using Data from Transcribed International Spoken Journalistic Texts in Human-Robot Interaction” In: AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford University, Technical Report SS-15-07, AAAI Press, Palo Alto, CA, 71-74.

Selected Publications:

Alexandris, C., Mylonakis, K., Tassis, S., Nottas, M., Cambourakis, G.(2017): Implementing a Platform for Complex Information Processing from Written and Spoken Journalistic Data. In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 10271, Springer, 549–558.

Du, J., Alexandris, C., Mourouzidis, D., Floros, V.,Iliakis, A. (2017): Controlling Interaction in Multilingual Conversation Revisited: A Perspective for Services and Interviews in Mandarin Chinese. In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10271, Springer, 573–583.

Alexandris, C., Nottas, M., Cambourakis, G. (2015): Interactive Evaluation of Pragmatic Features in Spoken Journalistic Texts, In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9171, Springer,259-268.

Alexandris, C. (2014): Accessing Cause-Result Relations and Diplomatic Information in Ancient “Journalistic” Texts with Universal Words, In:Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8511, Springer, 351-361.

Alexandris, C (2010): English, German and the International “Semi-professional” Translator: A Morphological Approach to Implied Connotative Features. In: Journal of Language and Translation, September 2010,Vol 11, 2, pp 7-46 Sejong University, Korea.

Alexandris, C. (2009): “A Speech-Act Oriented Approach for User-Interactive Editing and Regulation Processes Applied in Written and Spoken Technical Texts”, In: HCI Intelligent Multimodal Interaction Environments. Vol. 2, LNCS_5611.

Alexandris, C. (2007): “'Show and Tell': Using Semantically Processable Prosodic Markers for Spatial Expressions in an HCI System for Consumer Complaints”, In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4552 Springer.

Courses Taught: Introduction to Computational Linguistics,
Computational Linguistics (graduate course - Computer Science and Telecommunications),
Information Management in Multilingual Journalistic Texts (graduate course),
Empirical Linguistic Analysis, Morphology, Contrastive Linguistic Analysis, Technical and Scientific Translation, Discourse Analysis
Dissertation Abstract: The Modifying Participle as a Grammatical Category: Contrastive analysis of German and Greek modifying participles and modifying participial phrases and application in natural language processing systems
Dissertation Director * of: Analysis and Processing of German Multi-word Financial Terms in Bilingual and Multilingual Applications
(Christina Valavani, Author)



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