Accepted Papers

We have received 19 paper submissions, of which 10 were accepted for presentation at the workshop.

 

Application-Driven Relation Extraction with Limited Distant Supervision

Andreas Vlachos and Stephen Clark

 Oral and Poster
A Comparative Study of Conversion Aided Methods for WordNet Sentence Textual Similarity

Muhidin Mohamed and Mourad Oussalah

 Poster
Word Clustering Based on Un-LP Algorithm

Jiguang Liang, Xiaofei Zhou, Yue Hu, Li Guo and Shuo Bai

 Oral and Poster
Mining temporal footprints from Wikipedia

Michele Filannino and Goran Nenadic

 Oral and Poster
Automatic Detection and Analysis of Impressive Japanese Sentences Using Supervised Machine Learning

Daiki Hazure, Masaki Murata and Masato Tokuhisa

 Poster
Proposition Knowledge Graphs

Gabriel Stanovsky, Omer Levy and Ido Dagan

 Oral and Poster
Using Distributional Semantics to Trace Influence and Imitation in Romantic Orientalist Poetry

Nitish Aggarwal, Justin Tonra and Paul Buitelaar

 Oral and Poster
Unsupervised Approach to Extracting Problem Phrases from User Reviews of Products

Elena Tutubalina and Vladimir Ivanov

 Poster
Extracting a Repository of Events and Event References from News Clusters

Silvia Julinda, Christoph Boden and Alan Akbik

 Oral and Poster
Towards Social Event Detection and Contextualisation for Journalists

Prashant Khare and Bahareh Heravi

 Poster