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Title:
Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, Pisa, 8-10 October 2018
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Editor(s):
Inguna Skadina: Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia Maria Eskevich: Centre for Language Studies, Faculty of Arts, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Year:
2018
No. of pages:
234
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7685-034-3
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
159
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Published:
2019-05-28
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet



The CLARIN Annual Conference is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanities, and social sciences.

This event is organized by CLARIN ERIC in collaboration with the Institute for Computational Linguistics (ILC) that is part of the Department of Social Science and Humanities, Cultural Heritage (DSU) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR)

CLARIN2018 is organized for the wider Humanities and Social Sciences communities in order to exchange ideas and experiences with the CLARIN infrastructure. This includes the design, construction and operation of the CLARIN infrastructure, the data, tools and services that it contains or should contain, its actual use by researchers, its relation to other infrastructures and projects, and the CLARIN Knowledge Sharing Infrastructure.

We welcome the following categories of participants to attend the event: authors of accepted papers, members of national consortia and representatives of CLARIN centres as well as representatives from partner organizations. People who have been invited to attend the conference receive registration information from the CLARIN Office or from national coordinators of their country.



Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, Pisa, 8-10 October 2018

159:001
David Alfter, Lars Borin, Ildikó Pilán, Therese Lindström Tiedemann, Elena Volodina
Lärka: From Language Learning Platform to Infrastructure for Research on Language Learning
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:002
Florentina Armaselu, Elena Danescu, François Klein
Oral History and Linguistic Analysis. A Study in Digital and Contemporary European History
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:003
Silvia Calamai, Chiara Kolletzek, Aleksei Kelli
Towards a protocol for the curation and dissemination of vulnerable people archives
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159:004
Maria Di Maro
Corpus-driven conversational agents: tools and resources for multimodal dialogue systems development
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159:005
Vincenzo Galatà, Silvia Calamai
Looking for hidden speech archives in Italian institutions
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:006
Laszlo Hunyadi, Tamás Várad, György Kovács, István Szekrényes, Hermina Kiss, Karolina Takács
Human-human, human-machine communication: on the HuComTech multimodal corpus
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:007
Pawel Kamocki, Erik Ketzan, Julia Wildgans, Andreas Witt
New exceptions for Text and Data Mining and their possible impact on the CLARIN infrastructurev
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:008
Aleksei Kelli, Krister Lindén, Kadri Vider, Pawel Kamocki, Ramunas Birštonas, Silvia Calamai, Chiara Kolletzek, Penny Labropoulou, Maria Gavriilidou
Processing personal data without the consent of the data subject for the development and use of language resources
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:009
John Kowalski, Brian MacWhinney
TalkBankDB: A Comprehensive Data Analysis Interface to TalkBank
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:010
Verena Lyding, Alexander König, Elisa Gorgaini, Lionel Nicolas, Monica Pretti
DI-ÖSS - Building a digital infrastructure in South Tyrol
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:011
Martin Matthiesen, Ute Dieckmann
A PID is a promise Versioning with persistent identifiers
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:012
Magalie Ochs, Philippe Blache, Grégoire Montcheuil, Jean-Marie Pergandi, Roxane Bertrand, Jorane Saubesty, Daniel Francon, Daniel Mestre
The Acorformed Coprus: Investigating Multimodality in Human-Human and Human-Virtual Patient Interactions
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:013
Jan Odijk
Discovering software resources in CLARIN
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:014
Roeland Ordelman, Liliana Melgar, Jasmijn Van Gorp, Julia Noordegraaf
Media Suite: Unlocking Audiovisual Archives for Mixed Media Scholarly Research
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:015
Cord Pagenstecher
Curating and Analyzing Oral History Collections
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:016
Alexander Popov
Lexical Modeling for Natural Language Processing
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:017
Steffen Remus, Hanna Hedeland, Anne Ferger, Kristin Bührig, Chris Biemann
WebAnno-MM: EXMARaLDA meets WebAnno
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:018
Jacobo Rouces, Lars Borin, Nina Tahmasebi, Stian Rødven Eide
SenSALDO: a Swedish Sentiment Lexicon for the SWE-CLARIN Toolbox
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:019
Soheila Sahami, Thomas Eckart, Gerhard Heyer
Using Apache Spark on Hadoop Clusters as Backend for WebLicht Processing Pipelines
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:020
Kiril Simov, Petya Osenova
Bulgarian Language Technology for Digital Humanities: a focus on the Culture of Giving for Education
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:021
Berrie van der Molen, Jasmijn van Gorp, Toine Pieters
Operationalizing “public debates” across digitized heterogeneous mass media datasets in the development and use of the Media Suite
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:022
Maarten van Gompel, Iris Hendrickx
LaMachine: A meta-distribution for NLP software
[Abstract and Fulltext]

159:023
Mats Wirén, Arild Matsson, Dan Rosén, Elena Volodina
SVALA: Annotation of Second-Language Learner Text Based on Mostly Automatic Alignment of Parallel Corpora
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, Pisa, 8-10 October 2018

Author:
Inguna Skadina, Maria Eskevich
Title:
Selected papers from the CLARIN Annual Conference 2018, Pisa, 8-10 October 2018
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