Computational Linguistics Group
Prof. Dr. Anette Frank
Welcome to our research pages!
language understanding and information access and NLP for cultural heritage.
Current research topics
- Advanced Semantic Analysis and Discourse Processing Methods for NLU
- Distributional Semantics for Modeling Lexical Meaning
- Corpus-based Acquisition and Classification of Semantic Relations
- Fine-grained Semantic Classification of Named Entities
- Cross-document Semantic Alignment of Events
- NLP for Digital Humanities Research
- Prof. Dr. Anette Frank
- Thomas Bögel, B.A.
- Matthias Hartung, M.A.
- Nils Reiter, Dipl.-Ling.
- Michael Roth, M.Sc.
- Eva Sourjikova, M.A.
- Galina Tremper, M.A.
- Benjamin Börschinger, M.A. (guest and co-tutelle)
- Mareike Hartmann, B.A. (research assistant)
- Dustin Heckmann, B.A. (research assistant)
New papers accepted:
Michael Roth and Anette Frank (2013): Automatically Identifying Implicit Arguments to Improve Argument Linking and Coherence Modeling. in: Proceedings of the Second Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics, *SEM 2013, Altlanta, USA.Tatjana Moor, Michael Roth and Anette Frank (2013): Predicate-specific Annotations for Implicit Role Binding: Corpus Annotation, Data Analysis and Evaluation Experiments, in: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computational Semantics, IWCS 2013, Potsdam, Germany.
Galina Tremper and Anette Frank (2013): A Discriminative Analysis of Fine-Grained Semantic Relations including Presupposition: Annotation and Classification, to appear in Dialogue and Discourse, Special Issue on Annotating Pragmatic and Discourse Phenomena, edited by S. Dipper, H. Zinsmeister and B. Webber, to appear.