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Stefano Menini

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Short bio

After my bachelor's degree in Philosophy at the University of Verona, I moved towards a more computational approach to texts and I got a master's degree in Philosophy and Language at the University of Trento that, beside philosophy, gave me a background in Natural Language Procession and logic. My master thesis work was about modeling the meaning of determiners by using a distributional  semantic approach and it was carried out under the supervision of Marco Baroni.

In 2012 I started working at CELCT, an organization that operated in the field of the evaluation of language and communication technologies, where I worked on corpora creation and annotation tasks for NLP.

At present, I'm a Ph.D. student enrolled in the ICT Doctoral School (http://ict.unitn.it/) at the University of Trento and I'm working in the Digital Humanities group in FBK.
The focus of my research is the analysis with quantitative methods of how topics and points of view in historical and political documents change over the time and between different authors.

Publications

Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Sara Tonelli, Stefano Menini, Giovanni Moretti. "Using Semantic Linking to Understand Persons’ Networks extracted from Text". Frontiers in Digital Humanities 4, 2017

Stefano Menini, Federico Nanni, Simone Paolo Ponzetto and Sara Tonelli. "Topic-Based Agreement and Disagreement in US Electoral Manifestos". EMNLP, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017

Stefano Menini, Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti, Enrico Bignotti, Sara Tonelli, Bruno Lepri. RAMBLE ON: Tracing Movements of Popular Historical Figures. EACL, Valencia, Spain, 2017

Stefano Menini and Sara Tonelli. Agreement and Disagreement: Comparison of points of view in the political domain. Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling 2016), Osaka, Japan, 2016

Giovanni Moretti, Sara Tonelli and Stefano Menini. Building Large Persons’ Networks to Explore Digital Corpora. Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Conference (DH 2016), Krakow, Poland.

Giovanni Moretti, Rachele Sprugnoli, Stefano Menini and Sara Tonelli. ALCIDE: Extracting and visualising content from large document collections to support humanities studies. Knowledge-Based Systems, vol. 111, pp. 100-112, 2016

Stefano Menini, Rachele Sprugnoli, Antonio Uva. “Who was Pietro Badoglio?” Towards a QA system for Italian History. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016)

Luisa Bentivogli, Raffaella Bernardi, Marco Marelli, Stefano Menini, Marco Baroni and Roberto Zamparelli. SICK through the SemEval glasses: Lessons learned from the evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models on full sentences through semantic relatedness and textual entailment. Journal of Language Resources and Evaluation. Springer, 50(1), 95–124, 2016

Giovanni Moretti, Sara Tonelli, Stefano Menini, Rachele Sprugnoli. ALCIDE: an online platform for the analysis of language and content in a digital environment. In Proceedings of the First Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics CLiC-it 2014 & and of the Fourth International Workshop EVALITA 2014 (pp. 270-274). Pisa University Press, 2014

Marco Marelli, Stefano Menini, Marco Baroni, Luisa Bentivogli, Raffaella Bernardi, Roberto Zamparelli. A SICK cure for the evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models. In LREC (pp. 216-223), 2014

Marco Marelli, Luisa Bentivogli, Marco Baroni, Raffaella Bernardi, Stefano Menini, Roberto Zamparelli. Semeval-2014 task 1: Evaluation of compositional distributional semantic models on full sentences through semantic relatedness and textual entailment. SemEval-2014