DELPH-IN 2010 Summit Schedule

July 2

Morning session 1

9-9:30

Opening remarks

Hans Uszkoreit

9:30-9:50

Site Update: Oslo

Stephan Oepen

9:50-10:10

Site update: Saarbr├╝cken

Yi Zhang

10:10-10:30

Site Update: UW

Emily M. Bender

Coffee break

Morning session 2

11:10-11:30

Language Update: Portuguese

Antonio Branco

11:30-11:50

Site Update: UB and UPF

Montserrat Marimon

11:50-12:10

Site Introduction: NTU

Francis Bond

12:10-12:15

Mandarin Matrix Grammar

Dan Flickinger

12:15-12:30

Bulgarian Matrix Grammar

Dan Flickinger and Petya Osenova

12:30-12:40

Capturing Georgian Verbal Morphology with the Grammar Customization System

Irina Borisova

12:40-13:00

Korean Resource Grammar: Status Quo and Future Directions

Sanghoun Song and Jong Bok Kim

Lunch

Afternoon session 1

14:30-14:50

Site Update: Cambridge

Ann Copestake

14:50-15:10

Discussion: Grammar Catalogue

Moderator: Emily Bender; Scribe: Mike Goodman

15:10-15:40

A new TDL parser and unification engine for the CLI (AgreeTop)

Glenn Slayden

15:40-16:00

Project Update: TAKE Scientist's Workbench

Ulrich Schaefer

Coffee break

Afternoon session 2

16:45-17:20

A comparative study of auxiliary implementations for the Matrix customization system

Antske Fokkens

17:20-17:50

Relation Extraction with Hybrid NLP

Feiyu Xu and Peter Adolphs

17:50-18:15

Subgroup activities announcements

July 3

Morning session 1

9-9:50

Improving PET's efficiency using a generative model (ERG Results)

Bart Cramer

9:50-10:30

Discussion: Reproducibility

Moderator: Stephan Oepen; Scribe: Francis Bond

Coffee break

Morning session 2

11:15-11:55

Incremental transition-based HPSG parsing

Gisle Ytrestol

11:55-12:20

From Shallow to Deep Tense and Aspect Processing

Francisco Costa

12:20-13:00

Assigning Lexical Types to Unknown Words

Joao Silva

Lunch

Afternoon session 1

14:30-14:50

Project update: WSJ treebanking

Yi Zhang and Valia Kordoni

14:50-15:15

Discussion: Code repository/bug tracker consolidation

Moderator: Mike Goodman; Scribe: Bart Cramer

15:15-15:45

Brief Discussion: Defeasible Constraints

Moderator: Emily M. Bender; Scribe: Antske Fokkens

Coffee break

Afternoon session 2

16:30-16:50

Grammar update: La Grenouille

Jesse Tseng

16:50-17:25

Discussion: Improving interaction between Matrix developers and other grammar engineers ParisMatrixInteraction

Moderator: Antske Fokkens; Scribe: Emily M. Bender

17:25-18:00

Business meeting (web site notes)

20:00- Summit dinner

July 4 (Subgroup activities)

Proposed participants for each SIG are listed on ParisTopics. Of course others are welcome!

Participants are encouraged to leave notes about outcomes of SIGs on the wiki, linked to these schedule entries with Paris as the prefix.

Room 1 = larger room = 134 (same as plenary) Room 2 = smaller room = 131

9:30-10:30

Morning session 1

Standing committee meeting

10:30-10:45

Coffee break

10:45-12:30

Morning session 2

Room 1: Chart mapping applied: prosodic structures and temporal constraints, reducing parser search space, integration of external resources (ChartMappingAppliedNotes)

Room 2: Multilingual Grammar engineering with treebanks and core grammars

12:30-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:00

Afternoon session 1

Room 1: PetRoadMap

Room 2: Using the Grammar Matrix customization system, BYOL (bring your own language)

16:00-16:45

Coffee break

16:45-18:15

Afternoon session 2

Room 1: Matrix topics: Providing multiple analyses for the same phenomenon, top-down v. bottom-up library development, documentation

Room 2: Content extraction (and parsing) from PDF, HTML, LaTeX, etc.

July 5 (Subgroup activities)

Proposed participants for each SIG are listed on ParisTopics. Of course others are welcome!

Participants are encouraged to leave notes about outcomes of SIGs on the wiki, linked to these schedule entries with Paris as the prefix.

Room 1 = larger room = ? Room 2 = smaller room = ?

9-10:30

Morning session 1

Room 1: Implementing information structure in large DELPH-IN grammars

Room 2: Parsing/Generating for practical uses (e.g. non-academic, such as for websites, low-memory devices, etc.)

10:30-11:15

Coffee break

11:15-13:00

Morning session 2

Room 1: MRS and discourse phenomena

Room 2: Setting up Egad for Error Mining Grammars

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:00

Afternoon session 1

Room 1: LOGON 2010 release planning

Room 2: Grammar metadata table filling in

16:00-16:45

Coffee break

16:45-18:15

Afternoon session 2

Currently unstructured

July 6

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ParisSchedule (last edited 2015-10-29 22:52:59 by GlennSlayden)

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