November 09, 2016 | BY José Camacho Collados
Mohammad Taher Pilehvar
* Confirmed invited speakers: Hinrich Schütze (University of Munich) and Roberto Navigli (Sapienza University of Rome).
* Best paper award sponsored by AYLIEN.
SENSE aims at bringing together researchers in lexical semantics to investigate and discuss how to integrate sense-based techniques into different NLP tasks and applications. The workshop will be targeted at covering (but not limited to) the following topics:
March 07, 2013 | BY Martha S. Palmer
June 03, 2011 | BY Martha S. Palmer
The University of Colorado is offering a remarkable opportunity for people
interested in Computational Linguistics to be brought up to date with the
latest developments and trends in 4 short weeks.
This is part of the Linguistic Institute 2011 in Boulder (see below), which
offers an unusually wide range of Computational Linguistics courses by
researchers, covering everything from
spoken language recognition (Dan Jurafsky, Mari Ostendorf, Julia
to statistical parsing (Rebecca Hwa)
to Lexical semantics (Christiane Fellbaum)