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Historical Content Analysis

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.

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"

The call for interest for EVALITA 2014 tasks is open.

Academic institutions and industrial organizations interested in participating in the EVENTI task can fill in the form at the following address: http://www.evalita.it/CFI2014.html

The website of the EVENTI (EValuation of Events aNd Temporal Information) task at EVALITA 2014 is now online: https://sites.google.com/site/eventievalita2014/

Documentation, data and tools related to the task will be made available on the website.

The following hashtags can be used to disseminate the initiative through Twitter: #evalita2014 #EVENTI #Time.

The EVALITA 2014 workshop will be held in conjunction with CLIC 2014,the first Italian Computational Linguistics Conference.

An automatic analysis of the key-concepts in "Cooperazione Trentina" magazine (1899 - 2000) has been presented by Corrado Corradini in his Master thesis. The analysis was performed using KX, the keyword extractor developed at FBK. An article (in Italian) summarizing the main findings of the thesis can be downloaded here.

The EVENTI - EValuation of Events aNd Temporal Information task by Tommaso Caselli (Trento-RISE), Rachele Sprugnoli (DH-FBK), Manuela Speranza (HLT-FBK) and Monica Monachini (ILC-CNR) has been accepted at EVALITA 2014 evaluation campaign.

The paper "Sentiment Analysis for the Humanities: the Case of Historical Texts" by Alessandro Marchetti, Rachele Sprugnoli and Sara Tonelli has been accepted at the Digital Humanities 2014 conference (DH2014), the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO).

Slides of our ""Digital Humanities: Current state and Future challenges" workshop in memory of Emanuele Pianta are now available: https://dh.fbk.eu/events/dh-workshop-memory-emanuele-pianta

Twitter stream and pictures of the DH Workshop in Memory of Emanuele Pianta are available online: https://dh.fbk.eu/events/dh-workshop-memory-emanuele-pianta

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