"A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is a project looking at a day in the work life of people involved in digital humanities computing. Every year it draws people from across the world together to document, with text and image, the events and activities of their day. The goal of the project is to weave together the journals of participants into a resource that seeks to answer: Just what do digital humanists really do?"
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Speaker: Dario Rodighiero, EPFL, Lausanne
Title: "Representing Scientific Communities by Data Visualization"
During the roundtable "Distant Reading, Digital Humanities, and Italian Studies" at the 2015 Conference of the American Association of Italian Studies, Selena Daly (Dept. of French and Italian, University of California, Santa Barbara) will present a joint work carried out with Giovanni Moretti and Rachele Sprugnoli: "A Distant Reading of F.T. Marinetti’s Writings (1909-1918)".
The conference will be held at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Title: Aggregation Methods for Collective Annotation
Speaker: Raquel Fernandez
Institute for Logic, Language & Computation
University of Amsterdam
Speaker: Aivars Glaznieks, Senior Researcher at the Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism, European Academy Bolzano (EURAC)
Speaker: Michele Petochi (EPFL), Managing Director EPFL Venice at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
During the official presentation of the results of the public consultation La Buona Scuola (#labuonascuola), the Italian Minister of Education, Universities and Research will show a demo of the web-based platform PIERINO (Piattaforma per l'Estrazione ed il Recupero di Informazioni Online) we developed in collaboration with Tommaso Caselli Tommaso Caselli (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).
Speaker: Valerio Basile, University of Groningen
The EVALITA 2014 workshop will be held in conjunction with CLIC 2014,the first Italian Computational Linguistics Conference.
CLiC-it, Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, is a new event aiming to establish a reference forum for research on Computational Linguistics of the Italian community. CLiC-it covers all aspects of automatic language understanding, both written and spoken, and targets state-of-art theoretical results, experimental methodologies, technologies, as well as application perspectives, which may contribute to advance the field.
International workshop organized by CLARIN (Common Language Resource and Tools Infrastructure) and NeDiMAH (Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities).
Federico Sangati will give an overview of the work of our group at the ILLC, the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation of the University of Amsterdam.
The round table "Time and Language", organized by Tommaso Caselli (VUA, Amsterdam) and Rachele Sprugnoli (DH-FBK), will be held in Genoa on Thursday October 30 as part of "Festival della Scienza".
Giovanni Moretti and Federico Sangati will present the first prototype of "School Tagging", a collaborative tool that connects teaching activities and research in computational linguistics during the Internet Festival in Pisa, within the workshop "Computer che insegnano, computer che imparano - Le tecnologie per il linguaggio della scuola".
SemEval-2014 workshop will be held in conjunction with the COLING 2014 conference.
A session will be devoted to Task 1"Evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models on full sentences through semantic relatedness and textual entailment" organized by DH-FBK (Stefano Menini), HLT-FBK (Luisa Bentivogli) and UNITN (Marco Marelli, Marco Baroni, Raffaella Bernardi, and Roberto Zamparelli).
We will present our long paper "Sentiment Analysis for the Humanities: the Case of Historical Texts" by Alessandro Marchetti, Sara Tonelli and Rachele Sprugnoli during the DH2014 conference in Lausanne.
Our presentation is scheduled on Friday, 11 in Room 413 at Amphimax building.
Our group will participate at a panel dedicated to Digital Humanities organized by the Humanities Design Lab at Politecnico in Milan.
The panel will be part of the Phd Course "Nurturing design Science with Humanistic knowledge".
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During this event, we will show a demo of ALCIDE: https://dh.fbk.eu/projects/alcide-analysis-language-and-content-digital-environment
The DH reading group on multiword expressions is going to discuss the following paper:
M. Constant, M. Candito and Djame Seddah (2013) "The LIGM-Alpage Architecture for the SPMRL 2013 Shared Task: Multiword Expression Analysis and Dependency Parsing". In Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Statistical Parsing of Morphologically Rich Languages. Seattle, Washington, USA.
Speaker: Andreas van Cranenburgh, Phd student, UvA Amsterdam
Title: Literary genre classification with syntactic and lexical features
DH reading group on multiword expressions will discuss the following paper:
Yulia Tsvetkov and Shuly Wintner: "Identiﬁcation of Multiword Expressions by Combining Multiple Linguistic Information Sources". Accepted for publication on Computational Linguistics.
Date: 13/3/2014 10am
Speaker: Antonio Chemotti, Phd student, Munich Doctoral Program for Literature and the Arts, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
Title: "Polyphony and liturgy for the dead in 16th century Europe: mimesis in renaissance sacred music"
Federico Sangati from DH is presenting today his work on the recognition of multiword expressions using recurring tree fragments at the 2nd PARSEME general meeting, Athens, Greece.
We are going to discuss the following papers on the identification of multiword expressions: