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Reading Group

Official name of this course is NPFL095 Modern Methods in Computational Linguistics. It is a continuation of informal Reading Group (RG) meetings. For inspiration see the wishlist. Requirements for getting credits: presenting one paper, writing a report about another presented paper, and active participation in the discussions (which is conditioned by reading the papers in advance and attending the meetings).

Contact popel at ufal.mff.cuni.cz
Mailing list rg at ufal.mff.cuni.cz
List Archive http://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/mailman/listinfo/rg
Meetings Mondays 15:10, room S1
Past meetings courses::rg::past

Autumn&Winter 2011/2012

date speaker paper
Oct 3 startup meeting
Oct 10 discussion about Joakim Nivre's talk If you haven't heard about transition-based parsing (MALT parser) read e.g. one of Nivre's presentations
Oct 17 Martin Popel Stephen Tratz, Eduard Hovy: A Fast, Accurate, Non-Projective, Semantically-Enriched Parser, EMNLP 2011
Oct 24 Martin Majliš Valentin Spitkovsky, Hiyan Alshawi, Daniel Jurafsky: From Baby Steps to Leapfrog: How “Less is More” in Unsupervised Dependency Parsing, HLT/NAACL 2010, MM notes, report
Oct 31 Michal Novák Dipanjan Das, Slav Petrov: Unsupervised Part-of-Speech Tagging with Bilingual Graph-Based Projections, ACL 2011, report
Nov 7 Oldřich Krůza Oldřich Krůza and Vladislav Kuboň: Automatic Extraction of Clause Relationships from a Treebank
Nov 14 Marie Konárová Experimental Identification of the Use of Hedges in the Simplification of Numerical Expression
Nov 21 Petr Jankovský ?
Nov 28 Jindřich Libovický Philipp Koehn, Jean Senellart: Convergence of Translation Memory and Statistical Machine Translation, AMTA 2010
Dec 5 Tomáš Kraut ?
Dec 12 Petra Galuščáková Maja Popović, Aljoscha Burchardt: From Human to Automatic Error Classification for Machine Translation Output, EAMT 2011
Dec 19 ? ?
Jan 9 ? ?

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