IMS presents 12 papers at LREC

7. April 2022 / Erenay Dayanik

The following IMS papers have been accepted at LREC:

  • Isabelle Mohr, Amelie Wührl and Roman Klinger: "Covert: A corpus of fact-checked biomedical COVID-19 tweets."
  • Amelie Wührl and Roman Klinger: "Recovering patient journeys: A corpus of biomedical entities and relations on twitter (BEAR)."
  • Enrica Troiano, Laura Oberländer, Maximilian Wegge and Roman Klinger: "x-enVENT: A corpus of event descriptions with experiencer-specific emotion and appraisal annotations."
  • Lukas Fromme, Katsiaryna Mirylenka, Jonas Kuhn and Jasmina Bogojeska: "Investigating Active Learning Sampling Strategies for Extreme Multi Label Text Classification."
  • Prisca Piccirilli and Sabine Schulte im Walde: "Features of Perceived Metaphoricity on the Discourse Level: Abstractness and Emotionality."
  • Gioia Baldissin, Dominik Schlechtweg and Sabine Schulte im Walde: "DiaWUG: A Dataset for Diatopic Lexical Semantic Variation in Spanish."
  • Nadja Schauffler, Toni Bernhart, Andre Blessing, Gunilla Eschenbach, Markus Gärtner, Kerstin Jung, Anna Kinder, Julia Koch, Sandra Richter, Gabriel Viehhauser, Ngoc Thang Vu, Lorenz Wesemann and Jonas Kuhn: "»textklang« -- Towards a Multi-Modal Exploration Platform for German Poetry"
  • Annerose Eichel, Gabriella Lapesa, and Sabine Schulte im Walde: "Investigating Independence vs. Control: Agenda-Setting in Russian News Coverage on Social Media"
  • Özlem Çetinoğlu and Antje Schweitzer: "Anonymising the SAGT Speech Corpus and Treebank"
  • Talita Anthonio, Anna Sauer and Michael Roth: "Clarifying Implicit and Underspecified Phrases in Instructional Text"
  • Neele Falk and Gabriella Lapesa: "Scaling up Discourse Quality Annotation for Political Science"
  • Jeanine Treffers-Daller and Özlem Çetinoğlu: "Tugebic - A Turkish-German bilingual code-switching corpus"
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