Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
This page now lists the topics we hope to discuss during the small group activities. Closer to the summit, we will aim to assign particular time blocks on July 4 and 5 for these discussions.
To prepare for the two days of sub-group activities, we invite advance registration of topics to be explored. For each such topic (aka SIG), there should be one contact person, and interested Summit participants are welcome to add their names or other comments to the SIG.
July 4, Morning 1
- Standing committee meeting
July 4, Morning 2
- Chart mapping applied: prosodic structures and temporal constraints, reducing parser search space, integration of external resources
July 4, Afternoon 1
PET road map. PetRoadMap
July 4, Afternoon 2
Matrix topics: Providing multiple analyses for the same phenomenon, top-down v. bottom-up library development, documentation (ParisMatrixTopics)
- Content extraction (and parsing) from PDF, HTML, LaTeX, etc.
July 5, Morning 1
Implementing information structure in large DELPH-IN grammars SanghounSong, EmilyBender, KatyaAlahverdzhieva, PeterAdolphs, FrancisBond, TaniaAvgustinova, AntskeFokkens, Laurie Poulson, FredericLaurens, AnnCopestake, GlennSlayden, FabiolaHenri, MontserratMarimon, AurelieHerbelot, DanFlickinger
Parsing/Generating for practical uses (e.g. non-academic, such as for websites, low-memory devices, etc.), MichaelGoodman, FrancisBond, PeterAdolphs, YiZhang, AntskeFokkens, StephanOepen (optionally), Laurie Poulson, BerndKiefer (optionally), GisleYtrestol
July 5, Morning 2
MRS and discourse phenomena AnnCopestake, EmilyBender; TaniaAvgustinova, PeterAdolphs, Laurie Poulson, FredericLaurens, FabiolaHenri, AurelieHerbelot, KatyaAlahverdzhieva, DanFlickinger, SanghounSong, UlrichSchaefer
July 5, Afternoon 1
For DELPH-IN 2011:
Feature-centric TFS representation and manipulation GlennSlayden