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TACL Papers Presented at 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

Conference PROGRAM

18:00–21:00Welcome Reception

Monday, June 23, 2014

8:55–9:00Opening session
9:00–9:40President talk
9:40–10:10Coffee break
 Session 1A: Discourse, Dialogue, Coreference and Pragmatics
 Session 1B: Semantics I
 Session 1C: Machine Translation I
 Session 1D: Syntax, Parsing, and Tagging I
10:10–10:35Training Deterministic Parsers with Non-Deterministic Oracles
Yoav Goldberg and Joakim Nivre
10:35–11:00Joint Incremental Disfluency Detection and Dependency Parsin
Matthew Honnibal and Mark Johnson
11:25–11:50A Crossing-Sensitive Third-Order Factorization for Dependency Parsing
Emily Pitler
 Session 1E: NLP for the Web and Social Media I
11:50–13:20Lunch break; Student Lunch
 Session 2A: Syntax, Parsing and Tagging II
 Session 2B: Semantics II
 Session 2C: Word Segmentation and POS Tagging
13:20–13:45Exploring the Role of Stress in Bayesian Word Segmentation using Adaptor Grammars
Benjamin Börschinger and Mark Johnson
14:10–14:35FLORS: Fast and Simple Domain Adaptation for Part-of-Speech Tagging
Tobias Schnabel and Hinrich Schütze
 Session 2D: SRW
 Session 2E: Sentiment Analysis I
15:00–15:30Coffee break
 Session 3A: Topic Modeling
 Session 3B: Information Extraction I
 Session 3C: Generation
 Session 3D: Syntax, Parsing and Tagging III
15:30–15:55A Tabular Method for Dynamic Oracles in Transition-Based Parsing
Yoav Goldberg, Francesco Sartorio and Giorgio Satta
 Session 3E: Language Resources and Evaluation I
16:20–16:45Temporal Annotation in the Clinical Domain
William Styler, Steven Bethard, Sean Finan, Martha Palmer, Sameer Pradhan, Piet C de Groen, Brad Erickson, Timothy Miller, Chen Lin, Guergana Savova and James Pustejovsky
17:00–18:00Invited talk I: Corinna Cortes
 Oral Sessions for Student Research Workshop Posters
18:50–21:30Poster and Dinner Session I: TACL Papers, Long Papers, Short Papers, Student Research Workshop; Demonstrations
 Entity Linking meets Word Sense Disambiguation: a Unified Approach
Andrea Moro, Alessandro Raganato and Roberto Navigli
 Data-Driven Metaphor Recognition and Explanation
Hongsong Li, Kenny Q. Zhu and Haixun Wang
 Grounded Compositional Semantics for Finding and Describing Images with Sentences
Richard Socher, Andrej Karpathy, Quoc V. Le, Christopher Manning and Andrew Ng
 Parallel Algorithms for Unsupervised Tagging
Sujith Ravi, Sergei Vassilivitskii and Vibhor Rastogi
 Heterogeneous Networks and Their Applications: Scientometrics, Name Disambiguation, and Topic Modeling
Ben King, Rahul Jha and Dragomir R. Radev
 Discriminative Lexical Semantic Segmentation with Gaps: Running the MWE Gamut
Nathan Schneider, Emily Danchik, Chris Dyer and Noah A. Smith

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

9:00–10:00Invited talk II: Zoran Popovic
10:00–10:30Coffee break
 Session 4A: Machine Learning for NLP
 Session 4B: Information Extraction II
 Session 4C: Machine Translation II
 Session 4D: Summarization
 Session 4E: Language Resources and Evaluation II
10:30–10:55Segmentation for Efficient Supervised Language Annotation with an Explicit Cost-Utility Tradeoff
Matthias Sperber, Mirjam Simantzik, Graham Neubig, Satoshi Nakamura and Alex Waibel
11:45–12:10The Language Demographics of Amazon Mechanical Turk
Ellie Pavlick, Matt Post, Ann Irvine, Dmitry Kachaev and Chris Callison-Burch
12:10–13:30Lunch break
 Session 5A: Question Answering
 Session 5B: Information Extraction III
 Session 5C: Lexical Sematics and Ontology I
 Session 5D: Syntax, Parsing and Tagging IV
14:20–14:45Cross-lingual Projected Expectation Regularization for Weakly Supervised Learning
Mengqiu Wang and Christopher Manning
 Session 5E: Cognitive Modeling and Psycholinguistics
14:45–15:15Coffee break
 Session 6A: Machine Translation III
 Session 6B: Lexical Semantics and Ontology II
 Session 6C: Generation/Summarization/Dialogue
 Session 6D: NLP Applications and NLP Enabled Technology I
 Session 6E: Language Resources and Evaluation III
16:50–19:20Poster and Dinner Session II: Long Papers, Short Papers and Demonstrations in Grand BallroomI/II/III/IV/V/VI/VII/VIII
19:30–22:00Social at the National Aquarium in Baltimore

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

 Best paper session
10:15–10:45Coffee break
 Session 7A: Multimodal NLP/ Lexical Semantics
10:45–11:10Back to Basics for Monolingual Alignment: Exploiting Word Similarity and Contextual Evidence
Md Arafat Sultan, Steven Bethard and Tamara Sumner
12:00–12:25From image descriptions to visual denotations: New similarity metrics for semantic inference over event descriptions
Peter Young, Alice Lai, Micah Hodosh and Julia Hockenmaier
 Session 7B: Semantics III
 Session 7C: Machine Translation IV
 Session 7D: NLP Applications and NLP Enabled Technology II
 Session 7E: Sentiment Analysis II
10:45–11:10Senti-LSSVM: Sentiment-Oriented Multi-Relation Extraction with Latent Structural SVM
Lizhen Qu, Yi Zhang, Rui Wang, Lili Jiang, Rainer Gemulla and Gerhard Weikum
12:25–13:30Lunch break
13:30–15:00ACL Business Meeting
 Session 8A: NLP for the Web and Social Media II
 Session 8B: Semantics/Information Extraction
 Session 8C: Machine Translation V
 Session 8D: Syntax, Parsing, and Tagging V
 Session 8E: Multilinguality and Multimodal NLP
16:30–17:00Coffee break
17:00–18:30Lifetime Achievement Award
18:30–19:00Closing session