16/10/2017

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Tutorial Welcome, 1st March, 9:30-10:00

Tutorial: Alessandro Lenci, 1st March, 10:00-12:00

Conference Welcome, 1st March, 13:45-14:00

Technical Session: POSTERS 1, 1st March, 14:00-15:00.

  • Paper 2: Mehmet Can Yavuz. Analyses of Character Emotions in Dramatic Works by Using EmoLex Unigrams.
  • Paper 5: Riccardo Coltrinari, Alessandro Antinori and Fabio Celli. Surviving the Legal Jungle: Text Classification of Italian Laws in extremely Noisy conditions.
  • Paper 6: Greta Franzini, Federica Zampedri, Marco Passarotti, Francesco Mambrini and Giovanni Moretti. Græcissare: Ancient Greek Loanwords in the LiLa Knowledge Base of Linguistic Resources for Latin.
  • Paper 9: Matteo Muffo and Enrico Bertino. BERTino: an Italian DistilBERT model.
  • Paper 11: Stefano Menini, Alessio Palmero Aprosio and Sara Tonelli. A Multimodal Dataset of Images and Text to Study Abusive Language.
  • Paper 14: Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini, Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti and Marco Passarotti. UDante: First Steps Towards the Universal Dependencies Treebank of Dante’s Latin Works.
  • Paper 15: Gloria Gagliardi, Lorenzo Gregori and Alice Suozzi. L’impatto emotivo della comunicazione istituzionale durante la pandemia di COVID-19: uno studio di Twitter Sentiment Analysis.
  • Paper 16: Davide Biasion, Alessandro Fabris, Gianmaria Silvello and Gian Antonio Susto. Gender Bias in Italian Word Embeddings.
  • Paper 19: Greta Gandolfi and Carlo Strapparava. Predicting Social Exclusion: A Study of Linguistic Ostracism in Social Networks.
  • Paper 21: Elisa Di Nuovo, Cristina Bosco and Elisa Corino. How good are humans at Native Language Identification? A case study on Italian L2 writings.
  • Paper 27: Samuel Louvan and Bernardo Magnini. Simple Data Augmentation for Multilingual NLU in Task Oriented Dialogue Systems.
  • Paper 29: Gaia Caligiore, Cristina Bosco and Alessandro Mazzei. Building a Treebank in Universal Dependencies for Italian Sign Language.
  • Paper 30: Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Stefano Menini and Sara Tonelli. The CREENDER Tool for Creating Multimodal Datasets of Images and Comments.
  • Paper 31: Gabriel Roccabruna, Alessandra Cervone and Giuseppe Riccardi. Multifunctional ISO standard Dialogue Act tagging in Italian.
  • Paper 32: Luca Bacco, Andrea Cimino, Luca Paulon, Mario Merone and Felice Dell’Orletta. A Machine Learning approach for Sentiment Analysis for Italian Reviews in Healthcare.
  • Paper 33: Francesca Masini, M. Silvia Micheli, Andrea Zaninello, Sara Castagnoli and Malvina Nissim. Multiword expressions we live by: a validated usage-based dataset from corpora of written Italian.
  • Paper 34: Valerio Basile. Domain Adaptation for Text Classification with Weird Embeddings.

Technical Session: POSTERS 2, 1st March, 15:00-16:00.

  • Paper 35: Yi-Ling Chung, Serra Sinem Tekiroğlu and Marco Guerini. Italian Counter Narrative Generation to Fight Online Hate Speech.
  • Paper 36: Marco Vassallo, Giuliano Gabrieli, Valerio Basile and Cristina Bosco. Polarity Imbalance in Lexicon-based Sentiment Analysis.
  • Paper 37: CANCELED. Alfred Lim, Beth A. O’Brien and Luca Onnis. How granularity of orthography-phonology mappings affect reading development: Evidence from a computational model of English word reading and spelling.
  • Paper 42: Mirko Di Lascio, Manuela Sanguinetti, Luca Anselma, Dario Mana, Alessandro Mazzei, Viviana Patti and Rossana Simeoni. Natural Language Generation in Dialogue Systems for Customer Care.
  • Paper 43: Marco Polignano, Pierpaolo Basile, Marco de Gemmis, Pasquale Lops and Giovanni Semeraro. A deep learning model for the analysis of medical reports in ICD-10 clinical coding task.
  • Paper 44: Pierpaolo Basile, Annalina Caputo, Tommaso Caselli, Pierluigi Cassotti and Rossella Varvara. A Diachronic Italian Corpus based on “L’Unità”.
  • Paper 47: Benedetta Iavarone and Felice Dell’Orletta. Predicting movie-elicited emotions from dialogue in screenplay text: A study on ”Forrest Gump”.
  • Paper 48: Enrico Mensa, Gian Manuel Marino, Davide Colla, Matteo Delsanto and Daniele P. Radicioni. A Resource for Detecting Misspellings and Denoising Medical Text Data.
  • Paper 49: Linda Wiechetek, Chiara Argese, Tommi A Pirinen and Trond Trosterud. Suoidne-varra-bleahkka-mála-bihkka-senet-dielku `hay-blood-ink-paint-tar-mustard-stain’ -Should compounds be lexicalized in NLP?
  • Paper 51: Giulia Speranza, Raffaele Manna, Maria Pia Di Buono and Johanna Monti. The Archaeo-Term Project: Multilingual Terminology in Archaeology.
  • Paper 52: Andrea Mattei, Dominique Brunato and Felice Dell’Orletta. The Style of a Successful Story: a Computational Study on the Fanfiction Genre.
  • Paper 54: Gennaro Nolano, Carola Carlino, Maria Pia di Buono and Johanna Monti. ItaGLAM: A corpus of Cultural Communication on Twitter during the Pandemic.
  • Paper 55: Bernardo Magnini, Begoña Altuna, Alberto Lavelli, Manuela Speranza and Roberto Zanoli. The E3C Project:Collection and Annotation of a Multilingual Corpus of Clinical Cases.
  • Paper 59: Chiara Alzetta, Felice Dell’Orletta, Simonetta Montemagni, Petya Osenova, Kiril Simov and Giulia Venturi. Quantitative Linguistic Investigations across Universal Dependencies Treebanks.
  • Paper 60: Claudia Marzi, Anna Rodella, Andrea Nadalini, Loukia Taxitari and Vito Pirrelli. Does finger-tracking point to child reading strategies?
  • Paper 62: Pierluigi Vitale, Serena Pelosi and Mariacristina Falco. #andràtuttobene: Images, Texts, Emojis and Geodata in a Sentiment Analysis Pipeline.
  • Paper 63: Raffaele Manna, Antonio Pascucci, Wanda Punzi Zarino, Vincenzo Simoniello and Johanna Monti. Monitoring Social Media to Identify Environmental Crimes through NLP. A preliminary study.

Technical Session: POSTERS 3, 1st March, 16:00-17:00.

  • Paper 38: Eleonora Gualdoni, Raffaella Bernardi, Raquel Fernández, Sandro Pezzelle. Grounded and Ungrounded Referring Expressions in Human Dialogues: Language Mirrors Different Grounding Conditions.
  • Paper 64: Isabeau Oliveri, Luca Ardito, Giuseppe Rizzo and Maurizio Morisio. Creativity Embedding: a vector to characterise and classify plausible triples in deep learning NLP models.
  • Paper 65: Marcello Ferro, Sara Giulivi and Claudia Cappa. The AEREST Reading Database.
  • Paper 66: Francesca Chiusaroli, Johanna Monti, Maria Laura Pierucci and Gennaro Nolano. “Spotto la quarantena”: per una analisi dell’italiano scritto degli studenti universitari via social network in tempo di COVID-19.
  • Paper 67: Nicola Benvenuti, Andrea Bolioli, Alessandro Mazzei, Pietro Vigorelli and Alessio Bosca. The “Corpus Anchise 320” and the analysis of conversations between healthcare workers and people with dementia.
  • Paper 68: Mirko Tavosanis and Sirio Papa. Valutazione umana di DeepL a livello di frase per le traduzioni di testi specialistici dall’inglese verso l’italiano.
  • Paper 71: Pierluigi Cassotti, Pierpaolo Basile, Marco De Gemmis and Giovanni Semeraro. Analysis of lexical semantic changes in corpora with the Diachronic Engine.
  • Paper 72: Giuseppe Spillo, Cataldo Musto, Marco de Gemmis, Pasquale Lops and Giovanni Semeraro. Exploiting Distributional Semantics Models for Natural Language Context-aware Justifications for Recommender Systems.
  • Paper 74: Ilaria Colucci, Elisabetta Jezek and Vít Baisa. Clustering verbal Objects: manual and automatic procedures compared.
  • Paper 75: Vevake Balaraman and Bernardo Magnini. Investigating Proactivity in Task-Oriented Dialogues.
  • Paper 76: Rocco Tripodi. Topic Modelling Games.
  • Paper 78: Alina Karakanta, Matteo Negri and Marco Turchi. Point Break: Surfing Heterogeneous Data for Subtitle Segmentation.
  • Paper 81: Silvia Brambilla, Danilo Croce, Fabio Tamburini and Roberto Basili. Automatic Induction of FrameNet lexical units in Italian.
  • Paper 82: Andrea Amelio Ravelli, Antonio Origlia and Felice Dell’Orletta. Exploring Attention in a Multimodal Corpus of Guided Tours.
  • Paper 83: Martina Ducret, Lauren Kruse, Carlos Martinez, Anna Feldman and Jing Peng. Linguistic Features in Automatic Sarcasm Detection.
  • Paper 84: Antonio Uva, Pierluigi Roberti and Alessandro Moschitti. Dialog-based Help Desk through Automated Question Answering and Intent Detection.
  • Paper 85: Luca Di Liello, Daniele Bonadiman, Alessandro Moschitti, Cristina Giannone, Andrea Favalli and Raniero Romagnoli. Cross-Language Transformer Adaptation for Frequently Asked Questions.

Virtual Drink (Aperitivo): 1st March, 17:00…

Technical Session: ex ORALS 1, 2nd March, 9:30-10:30.

  • Paper 79: Fabio Tamburini. How “BERTology” Changed the State-of-the-Art also for Italian NLP.
  • Paper 10: Emma Romani and Elisabetta Ježek. Tracing Metonymic Relations in T-PAS: An Annotation Exercise on a Corpus-based Resource for Italian.
  • Paper 22: Ana-Maria Bucur and Liviu Dinu. Detecting Early Onset of Depression from Social Media Text using Learned Confidence Scores.
  • Paper 24: Alberto Testoni and Raffaella Bernardi. Overprotective Training Environments Fall Short at Testing Time: Let Models Contribute to Their Own Training.
  • Paper 25: Andrea Gregor de Varda and Carlo Strapparava. Phonological Layers of Meaning: A Computational Exploration of Sound Iconicity.
  • Paper 26: Argentina Anna Rescigno, Eva Vanmassenhove, Johanna Monti and Andy Way. A Case Study of Natural Gender Phenomena in Translation. A Comparison of Google Translate, Bing Microsoft Translator and DeepL for English to Italian, French and Spanish.
  • Paper 28: Marco Gaido, Mattia Antonino Di Gangi, Matteo Negri and Marco Turchi. On Knowledge Distillation for Direct Speech Translation.
  • Paper 45: Gaetana Ruggiero, Albert Gatt and Malvina Nissim. Datasets and Models for Authorship Attribution on Italian Personal Writings.
  • Paper 57: Alessio Miaschi, Chiara Alzetta, Dominique Brunato, Felice Dell’Orletta and Giulia Venturi. Is Neural Language Model Perplexity Related to Readability?

Invited Speaker: Stefan Kopp, 2nd March, 11:00-12:00

Technical Session: ex RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 2nd March, 12:00-12:45.

  • Paper 12: Beatrice Savoldi, Luisa Bentivogli, Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi, Mattia Di Gangi and Roldano Cattoni. Gender in Danger? Evaluating Speech Translation Technology on the MuST-SHE Corpus.
  • Paper 13: Giulia Cappelli and Alessandro Lenci. PISA: A measure of Preference In Selection of Arguments to model verb argument recoverability.
  • Paper 17: Mario Giulianelli, Marco Del Tredici and Raquel Fernández. Analysing Lexical Semantic Change with Contextualised Word Representations.
  • Paper 53: Michele Corazza, Silvia Ferrara, Barbara Montecchi, Fabio Tamburini and Miguel Valério. The mathematical values of fraction signs in the Linear A script: A computational, statistical and typological approach.
  • Paper 80: Laura Calzà, Gloria Gagliardi, Rema Rossini Favretti and Fabio Tamburini. Linguistic features and Automatic Classifiers for identifying Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia.
  • Paper 90: Serra Sinem Tekiroglu, Yi-Ling Chung, Marco Guerini. Generating Counter Narratives against Online Hate Speech: Data and Strategies.

Technical Session: ex ORALS 2, 3rd March, 9:30-10:30.

  • Paper 39: Camilla Casula and Sara Tonelli. Hate Speech Detection with Machine-Translated Data: The Role of Annotation Scheme, Class Imbalance and Undersampling.
  • Paper 46: Lorenzo De Mattei, Michele Cafagna, Felice Dell’Orletta, Malvina Nissim and Marco Guerini. GePpeTto Carves Italian into a Language Model.
  • Paper 56: Alessio Miaschi, Gabriele Sarti, Dominique Brunato, Felice Dell’Orletta and Giulia Venturi. Italian Transformers Under the Linguistic Lens.
  • Paper 58: Francesco Fernicola, Shibingfeng Zhang, Federico Garcea, Paolo Bonora and Alberto Barrón-Cedeño. AriEmozione: Identifying Emotions in Opera Verses.
  • Paper 69: Irene Sucameli, Alessandro Lenci, Bernardo Magnini, Maria Simi and Manuela Speranza. Becoming JILDA.
  • Paper 70: Matteo Pellegrini and Alessandra Teresa Cignarella. (Stem and Word) Predictability in Italian verb paradigms: An Entropy-Based Study Exploiting the New Resource LeFFI.
  • Paper 77: Elisa Bassignana, Malvina Nissim and Viviana Patti. Personal-ITY: A Novel YouTube-based Corpus for Personality Prediction in Italian
  • Paper 8: Rachele Sprugnoli. MultiEmotions-It: a New Dataset for Opinion Polarity and Emotion Analysis for Italian.
  • Paper 86: Manuel Favaro, Marco Biffi and Simonetta Montemagni. Risorse e strumenti per le varietà storiche dell’italiano: il progetto TrAVaSI.

Invited Speaker: Veronique Hoste, 3rd March, 11:00-12:00

Closing session and Prizes, 3rd March, 12:00-12:45