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LINGUIST List 24.23

Mon Jan 07 2013

Confs: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics/Germany

Editor for this issue: Xiyan Wang <xiyanlinguistlist.org>

Date: 07-Jan-2013
From: Stefanie Dipper <dipperlinguistics.rub.de>
Subject: DGfS Workshop: Modelling Non-Standardized Writing
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DGfS Workshop: Modelling Non-Standardized Writing

Date: 13-Mar-2013 - 15-Mar-2013
Location: Potsdam, Germany
Contact: Michael Beißwenger
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://empirikom.net/bin/view/Aktivitaeten/DgfsNonstandard

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Modelling Non-Standardized Writing
Workshop at the 35th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS)
Potsdam, Germany

Invited Speakers:

Jennifer Foster (Dublin City University, Ireland)
Christian Mair (University of Freiburg, Germany)

Non-standardized writing can be found in various contexts: for instance, when there are no generally established written language standards (e.g. in languages with an emergent writing system); when existing standards are deliberately ignored by the authors (in creative writing) or replaced by principles of verbalization that are borrowed from oral communication (e.g. when passing notes in a classroom); or when the norms of standard written language have not yet been fully acquired (as in learner texts). In particular, non-standardized writing plays an important role in research on Internet-based communication. The language used in emails, online forums, chats, blogs, etc. sometimes shows significant deviations from standard written language, while exhibiting characteristics of oral language at the levels of lexicon, morphology, and syntax. Well-known phenomena include nonstandard and creative spellings, ad-hoc speedwriting, graphic emulation of prosody and emphasis, acronyms, emoticons, and written representation of non-verbal behavior.

The systematic description of non-standardized writing and its structural and functional analysis are key challenges not only for research on Internet-based communication but also for data-based linguistic studies and corpus creation in many other research areas. The goal of the workshop is to shed light on this problem from the perspective of various research fields and to explore common issues and possible solutions. The main focus is on non-standardized writing phenomena in:

Genres of Internet-based communication
Language communities with emergent literacy
Historic varieties of language
Learner texts

Workshop Organizers:

Michael Beißwenger, TU Dortmund
Stefanie Dipper, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Stefan Evert, TU Darmstadt
Bianka Trevisan, RWTH Aachen

Wednesday, March 13 2013:

14.00-14.30
Michael Beißwenger / Stefanie Dipper / Stefan Evert / Bianka Trevisan: Introduction

14.30-15.00
Felix Bildhauer: Majuskelschreibung in Webkorpora: Verteilung und Funktion

15.00-15.30
Ulrike Sayatz / Roland Schäfer: Klitika und Apostrophschreibung in Webkorpora zwischen Graphematik und Registerklassifikation

15:30-16.00
Klaus Geyer: Dialektgraphien in Mundart-Ausgaben von Asterix-Comics: Systematische, kreative und Mündlichkeitsaspekte in Interaktion

16.30-17.00
Sandra Waldenberger: Schriftsprachliche Variation und emergenter Standard im Übergang zur nhd. Orthographie

17.00-17.30
Michael Piotrowski: Towards Computational Graphemics

17.30-18.00
Ines Rehbein / Sören Schalowski / Nadja Reinhold / Emiel Visser: Äh... Ähm... Filled Pauses in Computer-Mediated Communication

18.00-18.30
Stella Neumann / Paula Niemietz / Tatiana Serbina: Linguistic Annotation of Text Fragments in a Keystroke Logged Translation corpus

Thursday, March 14 2013:

09.00-10.00
Jennifer Foster (keynote): #hardtoparse: The Challenges of Parsing the Language of Social Media

10.00-10.30
Markus Dickinson / Mohammad Khan / Sandra Kübler: Towards Parsing YouTube Comments

10.30-11.00
Marc Reznicek / Heike Zinsmeister: Why Learner Texts are Easy to Tag. A Comparative Evaluation of Part-of-Speech Tagging of Kobalt

11.30-12.00
Aivars Glaznieks / Egon Stemle / Andrea Abel / Verena Lyding: Herausforderungen bei der Erstellung eines L1-Lernerkorpus: Lösungsvorschläge aus dem Projekt ''KoKo''

12.00-12.30
Thomas Schmidt: Orthographische Normalisierung und PoS-Tagging von Transkriptionen gesprochener Sprache

12.30-13.00
Meikal Mumin: Explaining the Unexplainable -- On the Challenges of Transliterating Arabic Based Script

Friday, March 15 2013:

11.30-12.30
Christian Mair (keynote): From Transcribed Speech to Visual Ethnolinguistic Repertoires in Four Stages: Writing Pidgin and Creole Languages in Diasporic Web Forums

12.30-13.00
Thomas Bartz / Angelika Storrer: Korpusbasierte Analyse internetbasierter Kommunikation: Phänomene und Herausforderungen

13.00-13.30
Kay-Michael Würzner / Lothar Lemnitzer / Alexander Geyken / Bryan Jurish: Linguistische Annotation von Dokumenten internetbasierter Kommunikation- eine explorative Analyse

13.30-14.00
Christa Dürscheid / Simone Ueberwasser: (Kein) liberaler Umgang mit der orthographischen Norm. Empirische Befunde zur schriftlichen Alltagskommunikation

Reserve list:

1: Luc Belling: Andersschreibungen luxemburgischer Jugendlicher auf digitalen Pinnwänden
2: Monika Eller: Oral Strategies in Online User Feedback
3: Hagen Hirschmann: Korpusgesteuerte Syntaxanalysen von Lernersprache
4: Armin Hoenen: Schreibererziehung und nicht standardisierte Schriftlichkeit



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