Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg


  • Becker, M., Staniek, M., Nastase, V., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2018):
    Automatisches Klassifizieren Semantischer Clauses: Modellierung von Kontext und Genremerkmalen mit Rekurrenten Neuronalen Netzwerken und dem Attention-Mechanismus. 54. Jahrestagung des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache. Mannheim (poster). [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Becker, M., Staniek, M., Nastase, V., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2018):
    The Impact of Attention Mechanism, Context and Genre Information when Classifying Semantic Clause Types with Recurrent Neural Networks. 40th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS). Stuttgart.. [ bib ]


  • Becker, M., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2017):
    Semantic Clause Types and Modality as Features for Argument Analysis. Argument & Computation, Special Issue on Language and Argumentation. [ bib | http ]


  • Becker, M., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2016):
    Clause Types and Modality in Argumentative Microtexts. Workshop on Foundations of the Language of Argumentation (in conjunction with COMMA 2016), Potsdam, Germany, pp. 1--9. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Becker, M., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2016):
    Argumentative texts and clause types. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Argument Mining (ArgMining2016), Berlin, Germany, pp. 21--30. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Friedrich, A., Palmer, A., and Pinkal, M. (2016):
    Situation entity types: automatic classification of clause-level aspect. Proceedings of ACL 2016. [ bib ]
  • Horbach, A. and Palmer, A. (2016):
    Investigating Active Learning for Short-Answer Scoring. Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications. [ bib ]
  • Kisselew, M., Rimell, L., Palmer, A., and Pado, S. (2016):
    Predicting the Direction of Derivation in English Conversion. Proceedings of the 14th SIGMORPHON Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology. [ bib ]
  • Marasović, A., Zhou, M., Palmer, A., and Frank, A. (2016):
    Modal Sense Classification At Large: Paraphrase-Driven Sense Projection, Semantically Enriched Classification Models and Cross-Genre Evaluations. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology, Special issue on Modality in Natural Language Understanding, Stanford, CA., vol. 14 (2), CSLI Publications. [ bib | http ]


  • Zhou, M., Frank, A., Friedrich, A., and Palmer, A. (2015):
    Semantically Enriched Models for Modal Sense Classification. Proceedings of the EMNLP 2015 Workshop LSDSem: Linking Models of Lexical, Sentential and Discourse-level Semantics, Lisbon, Portugal, September. [ bib | http ]
  • Friedrich, A., Palmer, A., Sorenson, M., and Pinkal, M. (2015):
    Annotating genericity: a survey, a scheme, and a corpus. Proceedings of the 9th Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW IX). [ bib | http ]
  • Horbach, A., Poitz, J., and Palmer, A. (2015):
    Using Shallow Syntactic Features to Measure Influences of L1 and Proficiency Level in EFL Writings. Proceedings of 4th NLP4CALL Workshop (NLP for Computer-Aided Language Learning). [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Kisselew, M., Padó, S., Palmer, A., and Snajder, J. (2015):
    Obtaining a Better Understanding of Distributional Models of German Derivational Morphology. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2015). [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Mavridou, K.-I., Friedrich, A., Sorensen, M., Palmer, A., and Pinkal, M. (2015):
    Linking discourse modes and situation entities in a cross-linguistic corpus study. Proceedings of the EMNLP Workshop LSDSem 2015: Linking Models of Lexical, Sentential and Discourse-level Semantics, Co-located with EMNLP 2015. [ bib | http ]
  • Padó, S., Palmer, A., Kisselew, M., and Snajder, J. (2015):
    Measuring Semantic Content to Assess Asymmetry in Derivation. Advances in Distributional Semantics workshop at IWCS 2015, extended abstract. [ bib | http ]


  • Emerson, G., Tan, L., Fertmann, S., Palmer, A., and Regneri, M. (2014):
    SeedLing: Building and using a seed corpus for the Human Language Project. ACL workshop ComputEL: The use of computational methods in the study of endangered languages. [ bib | http ]
  • Friedrich, A. and Palmer, A. (2014):
    Automatic prediction of aspectual class of verbs in context. Proceedings of ACL 2014. [ bib | http ]
  • Friedrich, A. and Palmer, A. (2014):
    Centering Theory in natural text: a large-scale corpus study. Proceedings of KONVENS 2014. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Friedrich, A. and Palmer, A. (2014):
    Situation entity annotation. Proceedings of the 8th Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW VIII). [ bib | http ]
  • Friedrich, A., Valeeva, M., and Palmer, A. (2014):
    LQVSumm: A corpus of linguistic quality violations in multi-document summarization. Proceedings of LREC 2014. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Horbach, A., Palmer, A., and Wolska, M. (2014):
    Finding a Tradeoff between Accuracy and Rater's Workload in Grading Clustered Short Answers. Proceedings of LREC 2014. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Koleva, N., Horbach, A., Palmer, A., Ostermann, S., and Pinkal, M. (2014):
    Paraphrase Detection for Short Answer Scoring. Proceedings of the 3rd NLP4CALL Workshop. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Ostermann, S., Koleva, N., Palmer, A., and Horbach, A. (2014):
    CSGS: Adapting a short answer scoring system for multiple-choice reading comprehension exercises. Proceedings of CLEF 2014 QA Track, Entrance Exam Challenge. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A. and Friedrich, A. (2014):
    Genre distinctions and discourse modes: Text types differ in their situation type distributions. Proceedings of the Symposium on Frontiers and Connections between Argumentation Mining and Natural Language Processing, Bertinoro, Italy. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A. and Regneri, M. (2014):
    Short-term projects, long-term benefits: Four student NLP projects for low-resource languages. ACL workshop ComputEL: The use of computational methods in the study of endangered languages. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Vakil, A. and Palmer, A. (2014):
    Cross-language mapping for small-vocabulary ASR in under-resourced languages: Investigating the impact of language choice. 4th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Vakil, A., Paulus, M., Palmer, A., and Regneri, M. (2014):
    lex4all: A language-independent tool for building and evaluating pronunciation lexicons for small-vocabulary speech recognition. Proceedings of ACL 2014: Demo Session. [ bib | http ]
  • Wolska, M., Horbach, A., and Palmer, A. (2014):
    Computer-assisted Scoring of Short Responses: The Efficiency of a Clustering-based Approach in a Real-life Task. Proceedings of PolTAL 2014. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Horbach, A., Palmer, A., and Pinkal, M. (2013):
    Using the text to evaluate short answers for reading comprehension exercises. Proceedings of *SEM 2013. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Littauer, R., Turnbull, R., and Palmer, A. (2012):
    Visualising Typological Relationships: Plotting WALS with Heat Maps. LINGVIS Workshop at EACL 2012. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A., Sporleder, C., and Li, L. (2012):
    So to Speak: A Computational and Empirical Investigation of Lexical Cohesion of Non-Literal and Literal Expressions in Text. Discours: Revue de linguistique, psycholinguistique et informatique, vol. 1. [ bib | http ]


  • Chen, C., Palmer, A., and Sporleder, C. (2011):
    Enhancing Active Learning for Semantic Role Labeling via Compressed Dependency Trees. Proceedings of IJCNLP 2011. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A., Alishahi, A., and Sporleder, C. (2011):
    Robust Semantic Analysis for Unseen Data in FrameNet. Proceedings of RANLP 2011. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Palmer, A., Moon, T., Baldridge, J., Erk, K., Campbell, E., and Can, T. (2010):
    Computational strategies for reducing annotation effort in language documentation. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology, 3, 1--42. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A. and Sporleder, C. (2010):
    Evaluating FrameNet-style semantic parsing: the role of coverage gaps in FrameNet. Proceedings of COLING 2010. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Rehbein, I., Ruppenhofer, J., and Palmer, A. (2010):
    Bringing Active Learning to Life. Proceedings of COLING 2010. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Baldridge, J. and Palmer, A. (2009):
    How well does active learning actually work? Time-based evaluation of cost-reduction strategies for language documentation. Proceedings of EMNLP 2009. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A., Moon, T., and Baldridge, J. (2009):
    Evaluating automation strategies in language documentation. Proceedings of Workshop on Active Learning for Natural Language Processing. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Baldridge, J., Chatterjee, S., Palmer, A., and Wing, B. (2007):
    DotCCG and VisCCG: Wiki and Programming Paradigms for Improved Grammar Engineering with OpenCCG. Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks workshop. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Palmer, A., Ponvert, E., Baldridge, J., and Smith, C. (2007):
    A Sequence Model for Situation Entity Classification. Proceedings of ACL 2007. [ bib | http ]
  • Palmer, A. and Erk, K. (2007):
    IGT-XML: An XML format for interlinearized glossed text. Proceedings of the Linguistic Annotation Workshop. [ bib | http ]


  • Palmer, A., Kuhn, J., and Smith, C. (2004):
    Utilization of Multiple Language Resources for Robust Grammar-Based Tense and Aspect Classification. Proceedings of LREC 2004. [ bib | .pdf ]


  • Palmer, A. (2003):
    Inverse Agreement, Argument Structure, and Hierarchy-Driven Phenomena in Ojibwe. Proceedings of the Workshop on American Indigenous Languages. [ bib ]
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