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Humanist Archives: May 18, 2020, 11:35 a.m. Humanist 34.29 - pubs: Language Technologies for Historical and Ancient Languages

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 34, No. 29.
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        Date: 2020-05-18 07:27:39+00:00
        From: Rachele Sprugnoli 
        Subject: Proceedings of LT4HALA 2020 now online

We are happy to announce that the proceedings of the workshop "Language
Technologies for Historical and Ancient Languages" (LT4HALA) are now online:

Proceedings include 15 papers plus 6 reports on EvaLatin, a campaign devoted to
the evaluation of lemmatization and PoS tools for Latin.


-- "Dating and Stratifying a Historical Corpus with a Bayesian Mixture Model"
-Oliver Hellwig

-- "Automatic Construction of Aramaic-Hebrew Translation Lexicon" -Chaya
Liebeskind and Shmuel Liebeskind

-- "Dating Ancient texts: an Approach for Noisy French Documents" -Anaëlle 
Baledent, Nicolas Hiebel and Gaël Lejeune

-- "Lemmatization and POS-tagging process by using joint learning approach.
Experimental results on Classical Armenian,Old Georgian, and Syriac" -Chahan
Vidal-Gorène and Bastien Kindt

-- "Computerized Forward Reconstruction for Analysis in Diachronic Phonology, and
Latin to French Reflex Prediction" -Clayton Marr and David R. Mortensen

-- "Using LatInfLexi for an Entropy-Based Assessment of Predictability in Latin
Inflection" -Matteo Pellegrini

-- "A Tool for Facilitating OCR Postediting in Historical Documents" -Alberto
Poncelas, Mohammad Aboomar, Jan Buts, James Hadley and Andy Way

-- "Integration of Automatic Sentence Segmentation and Lexical Analysis of
Ancient Chinese based on BiLSTM-CRF Model" -Ning Cheng, Bin Li, Liming Xiao,
Changwei Xu, Sijia Ge, Xingyue Hao and Minxuan Feng

-- "Automatic semantic role labeling in Ancient Greek using distributional
semantic modeling" -Alek Keersmaekers

-- "A Thesaurus for Biblical Hebrew" -Miriam Azar, Aliza Pahmer and Joshua

-- "Word Probability Findings in the Voynich Manuscript" -Colin Layfield,
Lonneke van der Plas, Michael Rosner and John Abela

-- "Comparing Statistical and Neural Models for Learning Sound Correspondences"
-Clémentine Fourrier and Benoît Sagot

-- "Distributional Semantics for Neo-Latin" -Jelke Bloem, Maria Chiara Parisi,
Martin Reynaert, Yvette Oortwijn and Arianna Betti

-- "Latin-Spanish Neural Machine Translation: from the Bible to Saint
Augustine" -Eva Martínez Garcia and Álvaro García Tejedor

-- "Detecting Direct Speech in Multilingual Collection of 19th-century Novels"
-Joanna Byszuk, Michał Wo´zniak, Mike Kestemont, Albert Le´sniak, Wojciech 
Łukasik, Artjoms Šela and Maciej Eder

EvaLatin reports

-- "Overview of the EvaLatin 2020 Evaluation Campaign" - Rachele Sprugnoli,
Marco Passarotti, Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini and Matteo Pellegrini

-- "Data-driven Choices in Neural Part-of-Speech Tagging for Latin" - Geoff

-- "JHUBC"'s Submission to LT4HALA EvaLatin 2020" - Winston Wu and Garrett

-- "A Gradient Boosting-Seq2Seq System for Latin POS Tagging and Lemmatization"
- Celano Giuseppe

-- "UDPipe at EvaLatin 2020: Contextualized Embeddings and Treebank Embeddings"
- Milan Straka and Jana Straková
-- "Voting for POS tagging of Latin texts: Using the flair of FLAIR to better
Ensemble Classifiers by Example of Latin" - Manuel Stoeckel, Alexander
Henlein, Wahed Hemati and Alexander Mehler


Rachele Sprugnoli, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
LiLa: Linking Latin ERC-funded project [ERC n. 769994] https://lila-erc.eu/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSprugnoli
ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Rachele_Sprugnoli
Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Computazionale (AILC): http://www.ai-
Tel: +390272344928

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