LREC 2012 Workshop


@NLP can u tag #user_generated_content ?!  via lrec-conf.org

 
 
Saturday, May 26th
14:00   
  
Welcome and introduction
14:15   
   Comparing user generated content published in different social media sources
Óscar Muñoz-García and Carlos Navarro
Havas Media
File
14:40   
   Assigning part-of-speech to Dutch tweets
Mehdi Aminian,  Tetske Avontuur,  Zeynep Azar,  Iris Balemans,  Laura Elshof,  Rose Newell,  Nanne van Noord,  Alexandros Ntavelos,  Menno van Zaanen
Tilburg University
File
15:05   
   Challenges in developing opinion mining tools for social media
Diana Maynard,  Kalina Bontcheva,  Dominic Rout
University of Sheffield
File
15:30   
   A Qualitative Analysis of Informality Levels In Web 2.0 Texts: The Facebook Case Study
Alejandro Mosquera and Paloma Moreda
University of Alicante
File
16:00   
  
Coffee break
16:30   
   What is the text of a Tweet?
Joan Codina and Jordi Atserias
Fundació Barcelona Media
File
16:55   
   Linguistic Resources for Genre-Independent Language Technologies: User-Generated Content in BOLT
Jennifer Garland,  Stephanie Strassel,  Safa Ismael,  Zhiyi Song,  Haejoong Lee
Linguistic Data Consortium, University of Pennsylvania
File
17:20   
  
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