Effective Timetable

Following is the schedule for the 2016 DELPH-IN Summit at Stanford University.

June 16, Thursday

09:00–11:00 Plenary Session 1 (Chair: FrancisBond)

09:00–10:10

Site Updates (Five to Ten Minutes Each)

Cambridge (GuyEmerson)

Seattle (EmilyBender)

Amsterdam (AntskeFokkens)

Stanford (DanFlickinger)

Trondheim (LarsHellan, via DanFlickinger)

Singapore (FrancisBond)

Paris (BertholdCrysmann)

Oslo (see also LtgOslo/Delphin) (StephanOepen)

10:10–10:20

Grammar Update for Indra (DavidMoeljadi)

10:20–10:30

Grammar Update for Zhong (FrancisBond)

10:30–11:00

ERS Tutorial Recap (DanFlickinger, EmilyBender, AnnCopestake, WoodleyPackard)

11:00–11:30 Coffee Break

11:30–13:00 Plenary Session 2 (Chair: StephanOepen)

11:30–12:00

Recent Developments in Statistical Transfer (MichaelGoodman) Notes

12:00–12:30

PyDMRS (with Demo) and Work (in Progress) on a DMRS Graph Description Language (AlexKuhnle, GuyEmerson) Notes

12:30–13:00

Huge Morphological Grammars with ACE and LKB: on the Example of Automatically Generated Grammars of Chintang (OlgaZamaraeva) Notes

13:00–14:00 Lunch (On-Site)

14:00–16:00 Plenary Session 3 (Chair: BertholdCrysmann)

14:00–14:30

Discussion: Calculating Alternative Sets for Focus-Sensitive Operators(KristenHowell) Notes

14:30–14:50

Thesis Proposal: Agreement & Coordination in Grammar Customization (LaurieDermer)

14:50–15:10

Thesis Proposal: Valence-Changing Morphology in Grammar Customization (ChrisCurtis) Notes

15:10–15:40

Reconsidering the Characteristic Variable Principle (JoshuaCrowgey) Notes

15:40–16:00

Modular HPSG for Scaling DELPH-IN Grammars (GlennSlayden)

16:00–16:30 Coffee Break

16:30–18:00 Plenary Session 4 (Chair: AlexLascarides)

16:30–17:10

Resumption in HaG (BertholdCrysmann)

17:10–18:00

Discussion: Use of DELPH-IN Resources in Teaching (UlrichSchaefer, MelanieSiegel)

June 17, Friday

09:00–11:00 Plenary Session 5 (Chair: MontserratMarimon)

09:00–09:20

Generalized Quantifiers to SQL (WoodleyPackard)

09:20–09:50

Taking out Scope: Generation from Semantic Dependency Graphs (StephanOepen)

09:50–10:30

Discussion: Mal-Rules (LuisMorgadoCosta) Notes

10:30–11:00

Business Meeting

11:00–11:30 Coffee Break

11:30–13:00 Plenary Session 6 (Chair: RebeccaDridan)

11:30–12:00

Revisiting Compositionality (AnnCopestake; via Skype)Notes

12:00–12:30

Report on AESW Shared Task Results (DanFlickinger, WoodleyPackard, MichaelGoodman)

12:30–13:00

Updates on the ERG Semantic Interface: Making Dreams Come True (StephanOepen, DanFlickinger, WoodleyPackard, FrancisBond)

13:00–14:00 Lunch (On-Site)

14:00–16:00 Plenary Session 7 (Chair: AntskeFokkens)

14:00–14:20

Tools Updates: PyDelphin v0.5.0 and gTest v0.1.0 (MichaelGoodman)

14:20–14:50

The Delphin-Viz Library: RESTful API and Browser-Based Visualisations of Different DELPH-IN Data Structures (NedLetcher, MichaelGoodman, StephanOepen)

14:50–15:20

Standardizing Interface Representations for Downstream Tasks like Entailment or Reasoning (DickCrouch)

15:20–16:00

Discussion: Meaning Representations for Entailment or Reasoning (CleoCondoravdi, StephanOepen)

16:00–16:30 Coffee Break

16:30–18:00 Plenary Session 8 (Chair: EmilyBender)

16:30–18:00

(Non-Virtual) Linguistic Analysis Design: サ変 --- Verbal Nouns or Nominal Verbs? Under-Specifying Events and Individuals Notes (FrancisBond)

June 18, Saturday

09:00–10:30 Plenary Session 9 (Chair: UlrichSchaefer)

09:00–09:30

Functional Distributional Semantics (GuyEmerson)

09:30–10:25

Discussion: Word Sense Inventories for ‘Deep’ Grammars, Role assignment, Valence Alternations and Nominalizations (DanFlickinger, StephanOepen)

10:25–10:30

Group Picture in the Courtyard

10:30–11:00 Coffee Break

11:00–12:30 Plenary Session 10 (Chair: MelanieSiegel)

11:00–11:30

Development of a Small Corpus of Syntactic Phenomena, Focusing in Particular on Evaluating Inter-Annotator Agreement (NedLetcher)

11:30–12:20

Discussion: Maintenance, Sharing, and Re-Use of Resources: Lexica, Test Suites, and Others (FrancisBond) Notes

12:20–12:30

Quick Round-the-Table: Pitching Special Interest Groups

12:30–13:30 Lunch (On-Site)

13:30–15:00 Plenary Session 11 (Chair: GlennSlayden)

13:30–13:50

Integration of Robust Parsing into ACE (WoodleyPackard)

13:50–14:20

Discussion: Robust Parsing with the ERG (WoodleyPackard, DanFlickinger)

14:20–15:00

Discussion: Demonstrating the Utility of ‘Deep’ Linguistic Processing (EmilyBender) (scribed notes)

15:00–22:00 Excursion and BBQ Party

Proposed Special-Interest Groups (Sunday and Monday)

June 19, Sunday

Time

Downstairs

Upstairs 1

Upstairs 2

09:30–11:00

ACE

Algebra

AGREE

11:30–13:00

Matrix

Graph

14:00–15:30

WEB/Metagrammar

Jacy Book

16:00–17:30

API/Viz

Reduplication

18:00–19:00

Game of Thrones

June 20, Monday

Time

Downstairs

Upstairs 1

Upstairs 2

09:30–11:00

NLTK

Lexicon

100 Prag

11:30–13:00

Defaults

External Resources

14:00–15:30

Education

16:00–17:30

Other Business

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StanfordSchedule (last edited 2016-07-06 18:18:42 by MichaelGoodman)

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