Search Results for author: Iris Hendrickx

Found 21 papers, 0 papers with code

Modality annotation for Portuguese: from manual annotation to automatic labeling

no code implementations LILT 2016 Amália Mendes, Iris Hendrickx, Liciana Ávila, Paulo Quaresma, Teresa Gonҫalves, João Sequeira

We investigate modality in Portuguese and we combine a linguistic perspective with an application-oriented perspective on modality.

Doing not Being: Concrete Language as a Bridge from Language Technology to Ethnically Inclusive Job Ads

no code implementations LTEDI (ACL) 2022 Jetske Adams, Kyrill Poelmans, Iris Hendrickx, Martha Larson

This paper makes the case for studying concreteness in language as a bridge that will allow language technology to support the understanding and improvement of ethnic inclusivity in job advertisements.

BLISS: An Agent for Collecting Spoken Dialogue Data about Health and Well-being

no code implementations LREC 2020 Jelte van Waterschoot, Iris Hendrickx, Arif Khan, Esther Klabbers, Marcel de Korte, Helmer Strik, Catia Cucchiarini, Mari{\"e}t Theune

The goal of Behaviour-based Language-Interactive Speaking Systems (BLISS) is to understand the motivations behind people{'}s happiness by conducting a personalized spoken dialogue based on a happiness model.

Annotating Speech, Attitude and Perception Reports

no code implementations WS 2017 Corien Bary, Leopold Hess, Kees Thijs, Peter Berck, Iris Hendrickx

We present REPORTS, an annotation scheme for the annotation of speech, attitude and perception reports.

Enhancing Access to Online Education: Quality Machine Translation of MOOC Content

no code implementations LREC 2016 Valia Kordoni, Antal Van den Bosch, Katia Lida Kermanidis, Vilelmini Sosoni, Kostadin Cholakov, Iris Hendrickx, Matthias Huck, Andy Way

The present work is an overview of the TraMOOC (Translation for Massive Open Online Courses) research and innovation project, a machine translation approach for online educational content.

Machine Translation Sentiment Analysis +1

The Gulf of Guinea Creole Corpora

no code implementations LREC 2014 Tjerk Hagemeijer, Michel G{\'e}n{\'e}reux, Iris Hendrickx, Am{\'a}lia Mendes, Abigail Tiny, Arm Zamora, o

We present the process of building linguistic corpora of the Portuguese-related Gulf of Guinea creoles, a cluster of four historically related languages: Santome, Angolar, Principense and Fa dÂ’Amb{\^o}.

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