Six UKP papers accepted at COLING 2012


Six papers from the Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing Lab (UKP) have been accepted for publication at COLING 2012, the 24th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. The conference will be held in December 2012 in Mumbai, India.

The accepted papers are as follows:

  • Johannes Daxenberger and Iryna Gurevych. A corpus-based study of edit categories in featured and non-featured Wikipedia articles.
  • Christian Meyer and Iryna Gurevych. To Exhibit is not to Loiter: A Multilingual Sense-Disambiguated Wiktionary for Measuring Verb Similarity.
  • Tristan Miller, Chris Biemann, Torsten Zesch, and Iryna Gurevych. Using distributional similarity for lexical expansion in knowledge-based word sense disambiguation.
  • Daniel Bär, Torsten Zesch, and Iryna Gurevych. Text reuse detection using a composition of text similarity measures.
  • Chris Biemann, Stefanie Roos, and Karsten Weihe. Quantifying semantics using complex network analysis.
  • Jungi Kim, Jinseok Nam, and Iryna Gurevych. Learning Semantics with Deep Belief Network for Cross-Language Information Retrieval.