COLING 2016 accepts seven AIPHES papers


COLING 2016 accepts seven AIPHES papers

Seven papers from AIPHES co-authors have been accepted for publication at COLING 2016, the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. The conference will be held in December in Osaka.

The seven accepted papers are as follows:

  • Bridging the gap between extractive and abstractive summaries: Creation and evaluation of coherent extracts from heterogeneous sources. Darina Benikova, Margot Mieskes, Christian M. Meyer, and Iryna Gurevych (Joint work with Hochschule Darmstadt – Margot Mieskes)
  • CNN- and LSTM-based Claim Classification in Online User Comments. Chinnappa Guggilla, Tristan Miller and Iryna Gurevych
  • Semi-automatic Detection of Cross-lingual Marketing Blunders based on Pragmatic Label Propagation in Wiktionary. Christian M. Meyer, Judith Eckle-Kohler, and Iryna Gurevych
  • Modeling Extractive Sentence Intersection via Subtree Entailment. Omer Levy, Ido Dagan, Gabriel Stanovsky, Judith Eckle-Kohler and Iryna Gurevych (Joint work with Bar-Ilan University – Omer Levy, Ido Dagan, and Gabriel Stanovsky)
  • A General Optimization Framework for Multi-Document Summarization Using Genetic Algorithms and Swarm Intelligence. Maxime Peyrard and Judith Eckle-Kohler
  • The Next Step for Multi-Document Summarization: A Heterogeneous Multi-Genre Corpus Built with a Novel Construction Approach. Markus Zopf, Maxime Peyrard and Judith Eckle-Kohler (Joint work with the Knowledge Engineering Group, Department of Computer Science, TU Darmstadt)
  • What Makes Word-level Neural Machine Translation Hard: A Case Study on English-German Translation. Fabian Hirschmann, Jinseok Nam, Johannes Fürnkranz

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