Posted on Sept. 2, 2019
Today the 3-day conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing (RANLP 2019) kicked off in Varna, Bulgaria.
On this first day, no less than three LT3 papers were already presented.
Els presented the research she conducted with intern Sofie Labat on "A Classification-Based Approach to Cognate Detection Combining Orthographic and Semantic Similarity Information".
Both Ayla and Claudia presented a poster during the first poster session. Ayla one on "Analysing the Impact of Supervised Machine Learning on Automatic Term Extraction: HAMLET vs TermoStat" and Claudia on "Comparing MT Approaches for Text Normalization".
On Thursday, Ayla is also presenting the work she carried out together with another intern at LT3, Kim Steyaert. This work on "Multilingual Term Extraction from Comparable Corpora: Informativeness of Monolingual Term Extraction Features" will be presented at the 12th Workshop on Building and Using Comparable Corpora.