STIL Thesis Award: Explaining relationships between entities
Nikos Voskarides

1. Machine Translation-based Language Model Adaptation for Automatic Speech Recognition of Spoken Translations
Joris Pelemans, Tom Vanallemeersch, Kris Demuynck, Lyan Verwimp, Hugo Van Hamme and Patrick Wambacq

2. Augmenting Recurrent Neural Network Language Models with Subword Information
Lyan Verwimp, Joris Pelemans, Hugo Van Hamme and Patrick Wambacq

4. Annotating Telugu corpus: Using the BIS-POS Tagset
Viswanatha Naidu

5. Very quaffable and great fun: Applying NLP to Wine Reviews
Els Lefever, Iris Hendrickx and Antal van den Bosch

6. Exploring the Realization of Irony in Twitter Data
Cynthia Van Hee, Els Lefever and Véronique Hoste

7. Intricate Natural Language Processing made easier with Symbolic Computation software: Pattern Matching lessons from Bracmat
Bart Jongejan

8. UGENT-LT3 SCATE System for Machine Translation Quality Estimation
Arda Tezcan, Veronique Hoste, Bart Desmet and Lieve Macken

9. A novel approach to aspect extraction taking into account linguistic structure.
Stéphan Tulkens and Walter Daelemans

10. Detecting racism in Dutch social media posts
Stéphan Tulkens, Lisa Hilte, Elise Lodewyckx, Ben Verhoeven and Walter Daelemans

11. Wikification for Implicit MT evaluation
Iris Hendrickx and Antal van Den Bosch

12. BlackLab: advantages and disadvantages of using Lucene for a linguistic corpus search system
Jan Niestadt

13. Evaluation and analysis of term scoring methods for keyphrase extraction
Suzan Verberne, Maya Sappelli and Wessel Kraaij

14. Querying Parallel Treebanks with GrETEL
Vincent Vandeghinste, Liesbeth Augustinus and Tom Vanallemeersch

15. Sustainability report readability prediction: an NLP expansion on the tried-and-true formulae
Nils Smeuninx, Orphée Declercq, Véronique Hoste and Bernard De Clerck

16. Multimodal distributional semantic models and conceptual representations in sensory deprived subjects
Giovanni Cassani and Alessandro Lopopolo

17. Natural Language Generation from Pictographs
Leen Sevens, Vincent Vandeghinste, Ineke Schuurman and Frank Van Eynde

18. The CLARIN Concept Registry
Ineke Schuurman, Menzo Windhouwer and Olha Shkaravska

19. Exploiting the existing: Towards a Dutch frame-semantic parser
Chantal van Son

21. The effects of Semantic Role Labeling on Sub-Sentential Alignment in Parallel Treebanks
Mathias Coeckelbergs

22. Lexical preferences in Dutch verbal cluster ordering
Jelke Bloem, Arjen Versloot and Fred Weerman

23. Mapping Leiden: Automatically extracting street names from digitized newspaper articles
Kim Groeneveld and Menno van Zaanen

24. The Event and Implied Situation Ontology (ESO)
Roxane Segers and Piek Vossen

25. A look inside Babelfy: Examining the Bubble
Minh Le and Filip Ilievski

26. Initial steps towards building a large vocabulary automatic speech recognition system for the Frisian language
Emre Yilmaz, Maaike Andringa, Sigrid Kingma, Frits Van der Kuip, Hans Van de Velde, Frederik Kampstra, Jouke Algra, Henk Van den Heuvel and David Van Leeuwen

27. Distributional bootstrapping with Memory-based learning
Giovanni Cassani, Robert Grimm, Steven Gillis and Walter Daelemans

28. Extracting present perfects from a multilingual corpus
Martijn van der Klis, Bert Le Bruyn and Henriette de Swart

29. Delving Deeper into the (Dutch) Twitter Tribal Language Hierarchy
Hans Van Halteren and Nelleke Oostdijk

30. Modeling the impact of contextual diversity on word learning
Robert Grimm, Giovanni Cassani, Walter Daelemans and Steven Gillis

31. Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Semantic Approaches to Machine Translation
Paul Van Eecke, Miquel Cornudella and Remi van Trijp

32. Skipping meals, skipping words, and how the latter can benefit you and the first just makes you hungry.
Louis Onrust

33. Learning metrical stress systems using finite-state machines
Cesko Voeten and Menno Van Zaanen

34. Automatic detection and correction of preposition errors in learners’ Dutch
Lennart Kloppenburg and Malvina Nissim

35. Inducing multi-sense word representations multilingually
Simon Suster, Ivan Titov and Gertjan Van Noord

36. Representing and Implementing Constructions in Fluid Construction Grammar
Paul Van Eecke, Luc Steels, Miquel Cornudella and Remi van Trijp

37. Transcriptor: a transcription app for the Cyrillic script
Martin Reynaert, Pepijn Hendriks and Nicoline van der Sijs

38. DISCOSUMO: Summarizing forum threads
Sander Wubben, Suzan Verberne, Antal van Den Bosch and Emiel Krahmer

39. Cross-lingual transfer of a semantic parser via parallel data
Kilian Evang and Johan Bos

40. ‘This concert was an anticipointment’: Automatically detecting emotion in open-domain event reports on Twitter
Florian Kunneman and Antal van den Bosch

41. Details from a distance? A Dutch pipeline for event detection
Chantal van Son, Marieke van Erp, Antske Fokkens, Paul Huygen, Ruben Izquierdo Bevia and Piek Vossen

43. Discrete-State Autoencoders for Joint Discovery and Factorization of Relations
Diego Marcheggiani and Ivan Titov

44. Word Sense Disambiguation in Text-to-Pictograph Translation
Gilles Jacobs, Leen Sevens, Vincent Vandeghinste, Ineke Schuurman and Frank Van Eynde

45. Surfacing Dutch syntactic parses
Erwin Komen

46. Character-level modelling of noisy microposts
Fréderic Godin, Wesley De Neve and Rik Van de Walle

47. Enriching machine translation input using semantics-based fuzzy matches
Tom Vanallemeersch and Leen Sevens

48. Topic-guided token cloud visualisations
Thomas Wielfaert, Kris Heylen, Dirk Geeraerts and Dirk Speelman

49. Leveraging psycholinguistic data to evaluate Dutch semantic models
Emiel van Miltenburg

50. Constructing viable medical records from noisy source documents
Eva D’Hondt, Brigitte Grau and Pierre Zweigenbaum

51. Recurrent Neural Networks for Genre-specific Language Generation in Dutch
Tim Van de Cruys

52. Reordering Grammar Induction
Milos Stanojevic and Khalil Simaan

53. An editor to quickly produce age-specific texts for children
Thijs Westerveld

55. Extending Alpino with Multiword Expressions: an initial investigation
Jan Odijk

56. SHEBANQ: Annotations based hub of research in the Hebrew Bible
Wido van Peursen, Dirk Roorda and Martijn Naaijer

57. Personality traits on Twitter for less-resourced languages
Barbara Plank, Ben Verhoeven and Walter Daelemans

58. Towards learning domain-general representations for language from multi-modal data
Ákos Kádár, Grzegorz Chrupała and Afra Alishahi

59. Deep Machine Translation for Dutch: the QTLeap project
Dieke Oele, Gertjan Van Noord and Ondrej Dusek

60. Unbiased Expectations for Statistical Machine Translation
Wilker Aziz

61. A Multi-Agent Model Approach to Resemanticization in Pronominal Agreement in Dutch
Roxana Radulescu and Katrien Beuls

62. Semantic Relatedness and Textual Entailment via Corpus Patterns
Ngoc Phuoc An Vo and Octavian Popescu

63. Data Selection for SMT: Comparison of Various Methods
Amir Kamran and Khalil Sima’An

64. Text Clustering for Improved Statistical Machine Translation
Bushra Jawaid and Amir Kamran

65. Task specific warping of word vector representations using limited labeled data
Paul Neculoiu, Chao Li, Carsten Lygteskov Hansen and Mihai Rotaru

66. Machine Translation with Source-Predicted Target Morphology
Joachim Daiber and Khalil Simaan

67. Modelling Adjunction in Hierarchical Phrase-Based SMT
Sophie Arnoult and Khalil Sima’An

68. Self-Attentive Neural Models for Machine Reading
Ehsan Khoddam and Ivan Titov

69. Clause analysis: using syntactic information to identify who is attacking whom in political news
Wouter Van Atteveldt, Tamir Sheafer, Shaul Shenhav and Yair Foger-Dror

70. Tagging Variation-Rich Languages Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Mike Kestemont, Guy De Pauw, Walter Daelemans, Renske van Nie, Sander Dieleman and Gilles-Maurice de Schryver

71. Text-based age and gender prediction for online safety monitoring
Janneke van de Loo, Guy De Pauw and Walter Daelemans

72. Automatic writing assistance in multiple languages
Dennis de Vries


Introduction to the task

73. Rule-Based Coreference Resolution for Dutch
Rob van der Goot, Hessel Haagsma and Dieke Oele

74. Running Frog on the CLIN26 NER task
Iris Hendrickx, Ko van der Sloot, Maarten van Gompel and Antal van den Bosch

75. Rule based classification of events and factuality
Iris Monster, Iris Hendrickx-Dekkers

76. Event detection and event factuality classification for shared task
Oliver Louwaars and Chris Pool