The project paper "Fifty Years of European History through the Lens of Computational Linguistics: the De Gasperi Project" by Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli, Giovanni Moretti, and Stefano Menini is now online.
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The demo paper " RAMBLE ON: Tracing Movements of Popular Historical Figures" by Stefano Menini, Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti, Enrico Bignotti, Sara Tonelli and Bruno Lepri has been accepted at EACL 2017, the conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.
The paper "The Content Types Dataset: a New Resource to Explore Semantic and Functional Characteristics of Texts" authored by Rachele Sprugnoli, Tommaso Caselli, Sara Tonelli and Giovanni Moretti has been accepted as a short paper at EACL 2017.
The following two contributions have been accepted at AIUCD2017, the 6th conference of Associazione per l’Informatica Umanistica e le Culture Digitali (AIUCD).
Papers and reports co-authored by our researchers were published in the "Fifth Evaluation Campaign of Natural Language Processing and Speech Tools for Italian. Final Workshop EVALITA 2016".
Giovanni Moretti won the second prize at the IBM Watson Services Challenge organized in the context of EVALITA 2016 with his stand-alone application MARTIN, Monitoring and Analysing Real-time Tweets in Italian Natural language.
The proceedings of Third Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics (CLiC–it 2016) & Fifth Evaluation Campaign of Natural Language Processing and Speech Tools for Italian (EVALITA 2016) are available online.
Our papers are available on the CEUR Workshop Proceedings platform in an open access form:
Rachele Sprugnoli gave an interview to the Informalingua blog on the EVALITA 2016 evaluation campaign whose final workshop will be held on 7 December 2016 in Naples. Now the interview has been released as a post on the blog under the title "Trattamento automatico della lingua italiana: industria e ricerca si incontrano a EVALITA." (en: automatic processing of Italian language: industry and research meet in EVALITA.)
The project paper "Fifty Years of European History through the Lens of Computational Linguistics: the De Gasperi Project" by Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli, Giovanni Moretti, and Stefano Menini has been accepted for publication in the Special Issue on "Digital Humanities and Computational Linguistics" of the Italian Journal of Computational Linguistics (IJCoL).