Search Results for author: Orphee De Clercq

Found 13 papers, 1 papers with code

Investigating Cross-Document Event Coreference for Dutch

no code implementations COLING (CRAC) 2022 Loic De Langhe, Orphee De Clercq, Veronique Hoste

In this paper we present baseline results for Event Coreference Resolution (ECR) in Dutch using gold-standard (i. e non-predicted) event mentions.

coreference-resolution Event Coreference Resolution

Emotional RobBERT and Insensitive BERTje: Combining Transformers and Affect Lexica for Dutch Emotion Detection

no code implementations EACL (WASSA) 2021 Luna De Bruyne, Orphee De Clercq, Veronique Hoste

The models are tested on 1, 000 Dutch tweets and 1, 000 captions from TV-shows which have been manually annotated with emotion categories and dimensions.

Language Modelling Meta-Learning

Event Prominence Extraction Combining a Knowledge-Based Syntactic Parser and a BERT Classifier for Dutch

no code implementations RANLP 2021 Thierry Desot, Orphee De Clercq, Veronique Hoste

A core task in information extraction is event detection that identifies event triggers in sentences that are typically classified into event types.

Event Detection Event Extraction +2

SentEMO: A Multilingual Adaptive Platform for Aspect-based Sentiment and Emotion Analysis

no code implementations WASSA (ACL) 2022 Ellen De Geyndt, Orphee De Clercq, Cynthia Van Hee, Els Lefever, Pranaydeep Singh, Olivier Parent, Veronique Hoste

In this paper, we present the SentEMO platform, a tool that provides aspect-based sentiment analysis and emotion detection of unstructured text data such as reviews, emails and customer care conversations.

Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis (ABSA) +1

Investigating the Quality of Static Anchor Embeddings from Transformers for Under-Resourced Languages

1 code implementation SIGUL (LREC) 2022 Pranaydeep Singh, Orphee De Clercq, Els Lefever

This paper reports on experiments for cross-lingual transfer using the anchor-based approach of Schuster et al. (2019) for English and a low-resourced language, namely Hindi.

Cross-Lingual Transfer

An Exploratory Study into Automated Pr\'ecis Grading

no code implementations LREC 2020 Orphee De Clercq, Senne Van Hoecke

Automated writing evaluation is a popular research field, but the main focus has been on evaluating argumentative essays.

Automated Writing Evaluation

An Emotional Mess! Deciding on a Framework for Building a Dutch Emotion-Annotated Corpus

no code implementations LREC 2020 Luna De Bruyne, Orphee De Clercq, Veronique Hoste

Seeing the myriad of existing emotion models, with the categorical versus dimensional opposition the most important dividing line, building an emotion-annotated corpus requires some well thought-out strategies concerning framework choice.

Comparing MT Approaches for Text Normalization

no code implementations RANLP 2019 Claudia Matos Veliz, Orphee De Clercq, Veronique Hoste

Regarding NMT, we find that the translations - or normalizations - coming out of this model are far from perfect and that for a low-resource language like Dutch adding additional training data works better than artificially augmenting the data.

Data Augmentation Language Modelling +3

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