IS 2012 Conference

TakeLab has participated in the international Information Society
(IS 2012) meta conference held 8. – 12. October in Ljubljana, Slovenia with six papers.

In addition to giving and attending paper presentations, TakeLab members Jan Šnajder, Goran Glavaš, Mladen Karan, and Artur Šilić also took the oportunity to see the beautiful city of Ljubljana.

List of papers presented:

Glavaš, Goran; Karan, Mladen; Šarić, Frane; Šnajder, Jan; Mijić, Jure; Šilić, Artur; Dalbelo Bašić, Bojana.
CroNER: A State-of-the-Art Named Entity Recognition and Classification for Croatian // Proceedings of the Eighth Language Technologies Conference / Erjavec, Tomaž ; Žganec Gros, Jerneja (ur.).
Ljubljana : Information Society, 2012. 73-78

Šnajder, Jan
Guessing the Correct Inflectional Paradigm of Unknown Croatian Words // Proceedings of the Eighth Language Technologies Conference / Erjavec, Tomaž ; Žganec Gros, Jerneja (ur.).
Ljubljana : Information Society, 2012. 185-190

Karan, Mladen; Šnajder, Jan; Dalbelo Bašić, Bojana.
Distributional Semantics Approach to Detecting Synonyms in Croatian Language // Proceedings of the Eighth Language Technologies Conference / Erjavec, Tomaž ; Žganec Gros, Jerneja (ur.).
Ljubljana : Information Society, 2012. 111-116

Glavaš, Goran; Šnajder, Jan; Dalbelo Bašić, Bojana.
Are You for Real? Learning Event Factuality in Croatian Texts // Proceedings of the Conference on Data Mining and Data Warehouses (SiKDD 2012) / Grobelnik, Marko ; Mladenić, Dunja (ur.).
Ljubljana, 2012.

Marović, Mladen; Šnajder, Jan; Glavaš, Goran
Goran Glavaš Event and Temporal Relation Extraction from Croatian Newspaper Texts // Proceedings of the Eighth Language Technologies Conference / Erjavec, Tomaž ; Žganec Gros, Jerneja (ur.).
Ljubljana : Information Society, 2012. 141-146 

Franović, Tin; Šnajder, Jan
Speech Act Based Classification of Email Messages in Croatian Language // Proceedings of the Eighth Language Technologies Conference / Erjavec, Tomaž ; Žganec Gros, Jerneja (ur.).
Ljubljana : Information Society, 2012. 69-72