Search Results for author: Miriam Butt

Found 19 papers, 2 papers with code

Automatized Detection and Annotation for Calls to Action in Latin-American Social Media Postings

no code implementations LaTeCHCLfL (COLING) 2022 Wassiliki Siskou, Clara Giralt Mirón, Sarah Molina-Raith, Miriam Butt

While previous research has primarily looked at how calls-to-action (CTAs) were used in Twitter messages from non-profit organizations and protest mobilization, we are interested in identifying the linguistic cues used in CTAs found on Facebook and Twitter for an automatic identification of CTAs.

Is that really a question? Going beyond factoid questions in NLP

1 code implementation IWCS (ACL) 2021 Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Rebecca Kehlbeck, Rita Sevastjanova, Oliver Deussen, Daniel Keim, Miriam Butt

Research in NLP has mainly focused on factoid questions, with the goal of finding quick and reliable ways of matching a query to an answer.

Dependency Parsing for Urdu: Resources, Conversions and Learning

no code implementations LREC 2020 Toqeer Ehsan, Miriam Butt

This paper adds to the available resources for the under-resourced language Urdu by converting different types of existing treebanks for Urdu into a common format that is based on Universal Dependencies.

Dependency Parsing Word Embeddings

Using Meta-Morph Rules to develop Morphological Analysers: A case study concerning Tamil

no code implementations WS 2019 Kengatharaiyer Sarveswaran, Gihan Dias, Miriam Butt

This paper describes a new and larger coverage Finite-State Morphological Analyser (FSM) and Generator for the Dravidian language Tamil.

MORPH Morphological Analysis

Visualizing Linguistic Change as Dimension Interactions

no code implementations WS 2019 Christin Sch{\"a}tzle, Frederik L. Dennig, Michael Blumenschein, Daniel A. Keim, Miriam Butt

This paper presents a significant extension of HistoBankVis, a multilayer visualization system which allows a fast and interactive exploration of complex linguistic data.

ParHistVis: Visualization of Parallel Multilingual Historical Data

no code implementations WS 2019 Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Rebecca Kehlbeck, Rita Sevastjanova, Katharina Kaiser, Georg A. Kaiser, Miriam Butt

The study of language change through parallel corpora can be advantageous for the analysis of complex interactions between time, text domain and language.

A Reference Dependency Bank for Analyzing Complex Predicates

no code implementations LREC 2012 Tafseer Ahmed, Miriam Butt, Annette Hautli, Sebastian Sulger

When dealing with languages of South Asia from an NLP perspective, a problem that repeatedly crops up is the treatment of complex predicates.

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