Accepted Papers


  • Crazy Idea: A Computational simulation of children’s language acquisition Ben Ambridge
  • Get! Mimetypes! Right! Christian Chiarcos
  • Mind the gap: Language data, their producers, and the scientific process Tobias Weber


  • Towards a Corpus of Historical German Plays with Emotion Annotations Thomas Schmidt, Katrin Dennerlein, and Christian Wolff
  • Annotation of Fine-grained Geographical Entities in German Texts Julián Moreno Schneider, Melina Plakidis, and Georg Rehm
  • A Workbench for Corpus Linguistic Discourse Analysis Julia Krasselt, Matthias Fluor, Klaus Rothenhäusler, and Philipp Dreesen
  • APiCS-Ligt: Towards Semantic Enrichment of Interlinear Glossed Text Maxim Ionov
  • Discrepancies between database- and pragmatically driven NLG: Insights from QUD-based annotations Christoph Hesse, Maurice Langner, Anton Benz, and Ralf Klabunde


  • Representing the Under-Represented: a Dataset of Post-Colonial, and Migrant Writers. Marco Antonio Stranisci, Viviana Patti, and Rossana Damiano
  • Enriching a Lexical Resource for French Verbs with Aspectual Information Anna Kupść, Pauline Haas, Rafael Marín, and Antonio Balvet
  • Bias in Knowledge Graphs – an Empirical Study with Movie Recommendation and Different Language Editions of DBpedia Michael Matthias Voit and Heiko Paulheim
  • Enriching Word Embeddings with Food Knowledge for Ingredient Retrieval Álvaro Mendes Samagaio, Henrique Lopes Cardoso, and David Ribeiro
  • TatWordNet: a Linguistic Linked Open Data-integrated WordNet Resource for Tatar Alexander Kirillovich, Marat Shaekhov, Alfiya Galieva, Olga Nevzorova, Dmitry Ilvovsky, and Natalia Loukachevitch
  • ⭐Shortlisted for Best Paper⭐
    An ontology for CoNLL-RDF: Formal data structures for TSV formats in language technology Christian Chiarcos, Maxim Ionov, Luis Glaser, and Christian Fäth
  • On the Utility of Word Embeddings for Enriching OpenWordNet-PT Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Fredson Silva de Souza Aguiar, and Alexandre Rademaker
  • ⭐Best Student Paper⭐
    Towards Learning Terminological Concept Systems from Multilingual Natural Language Text Lennart Wachowiak, Christian Lang, Barbara Heinisch, and Dagmar Gromann
  • Universal Dependencies for Multilingual Open Information Extraction Massinissa Atmani and Mathieu Lafourcade
  • AAA4LLL – Acquisition, Annotation, Augmentation for Lively Language Learning Bartholomäus Wloka and Werner Winiwarter
  • ⭐Best Paper⭐
    Bridging the gap between Ontology and Lexicon via Class-specific Association Rules Mined from a Loosely-Parallel Text-Data Corpus Basil Ell, Mohammad Fazleh Elahi, and Philipp Cimiano
  • ⭐Shortlisted for Best Paper⭐
    A review and cluster analysis of German polarity resources for sentiment analysis Bettina M. J. Kern, Andreas Baumann, Thomas E. Kolb, Katharina Sekanina, Klaus Hofmann, Tanja Wissik, and Julia Neidhardt
  • Linking Discourse Marker Inventories Christian Chiarcos and Maxim Ionov


  1. ⭐Best Poster⭐
    A data augmentation approach for sign-language-to-text translation in-the-wild Fabrizio Nunnari, Cristina España-Bonet, and Eleftherios Avramidis
  2. A Twitter Corpus and lexicon for abusive speech detection in Serbian Danka Jokić, Ranka Stanković, Cvetana Krstev, and Branislava Šandrih
  3. An automatic partitioning of texts Davide Picca and Cyrille Gay-Crosier
  4. Automatic construction of knowledge graphs from text and structured data: A preliminary literature review Maraim Masoud, Bianca Pereira, John McCrae, and Paul Buitelaar
  5. Calculating Argument Diversity in Online Threads Cedric Waterschoot, Antal van den Bosch, and Ernst van den Hemel
  6. Encoder-Attention-based Automatic Term Recognition (EA-ATR) Sampritha H. Manjunath and John P. McCrae
  7. Explainable Zero-Shot Topic Extraction Using a Common-Sense Knowledge Graph Ismail Harrando and Raphaël Troncy
  8. Exploring causal relationships among emotional and topical trajectories in political text data Andreas Baumann, Klaus Hofmann, Bettina Kern, Anna Marakasova, Julia Neidhardt, and Tanja Wissik
  9. HISTORIAE, HIstory of Socio-culTural transfORmation as linguistIc dAta sciEnce. A Humanities Use Case Florentina Armaselu, Elena-Simona Apostol, Anas Fahad Khan, Chaya Liebeskind, Barbara McGillivray, Ciprian-Octavian Truică, and Giedrė Valūnaitė Oleškevičienė
  10. Improving Intent Detection Accuracy Through Token Level Labeling Michał Lew, Aleksander Obuchowski, and Monika Kutyła
  11. Inconsistency Detection in Job Postings Joana Urbano, Miguel Couto, Gil Rocha, and Henrique Lopes Cardoso
  12. Introducing the NLU Showroom: A NLU demonstrator for the German language Dennis Wegener, Sven Giesselbach, Niclas Doll, and Heike Horstmann
  13. Plenary Debates of the Parliament of Finland as Linked Open Data and in Parla-CLARIN Markup Laura Sinikallio, Senka Drobac, Minna Tamper, Rafael Leal, Mikko Koho, Jouni Tuominen, Matti La Mela, and Eero Hyvönen
  14. Relevance Feedback Search Based on Automatic Annotation and Classification of Texts Rafael Leal, Joonas Kesäniemi, Mikko Koho, and Eero Hyvönen
  15. Supporting the annotation experience through CorEx and Word Mover’s Distance Stefania Pecòre
  16. Towards Scope Detection in Textual Requirements Ole Magnus Holter and Basil Ell
  17. Tackling Domain-Specific Winograd Schemas with Knowledge-Based Reasoning and Machine Learning Suk Joon Hong and Brandon Bennett