Search Results for author: V{\'e}ronique Hoste

Found 29 papers, 0 papers with code

Leveraging syntactic parsing to improve event annotation matching

no code implementations WS 2019 Camiel Colruyt, Orph{\'e}e De Clercq, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

The functions are tested against the judgment of a human evaluator and a comparison is made between sets of tokens and sets of syntactic heads.

Event Extraction

We Usually Don't Like Going to the Dentist: Using Common Sense to Detect Irony on Twitter

no code implementations CL 2018 Cynthia Van Hee, Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

Although common sense and connotative knowledge come naturally to most people, computers still struggle to perform well on tasks for which such extratextual information is required.

Common Sense Reasoning General Classification +1

Economic Event Detection in Company-Specific News Text

no code implementations WS 2018 Gilles Jacobs, Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

This paper presents a dataset and supervised classification approach for economic event detection in English news articles.

Classification Event Detection +2

LT3 at SemEval-2018 Task 1: A classifier chain to detect emotions in tweets

no code implementations SEMEVAL 2018 Luna De Bruyne, Orph{\'e}e De Clercq, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

This paper presents an emotion classification system for English tweets, submitted for the SemEval shared task on Affect in Tweets, subtask 5: Detecting Emotions.

Emotion Classification Emotion Recognition +2

SemEval-2018 Task 3: Irony Detection in English Tweets

no code implementations SEMEVAL 2018 Cynthia Van Hee, Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

Our shared tasks received submissions from 43 teams for the binary classification Task A and from 31 teams for the multiclass Task B.

Classification General Classification +1

Towards an integrated pipeline for aspect-based sentiment analysis in various domains

no code implementations WS 2017 Orph{\'e}e De Clercq, Els Lefever, Gilles Jacobs, Tijl Carpels, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

This paper presents an integrated ABSA pipeline for Dutch that has been developed and tested on qualitative user feedback coming from three domains: retail, banking and human resources.

Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis Classification +2

A Classification-based Approach to Economic Event Detection in Dutch News Text

no code implementations LREC 2016 Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

Breaking news on economic events such as stock splits or mergers and acquisitions has been shown to have a substantial impact on the financial markets.

Event Detection General Classification

Rude waiter but mouthwatering pastries! An exploratory study into Dutch Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis

no code implementations LREC 2016 Orph{\'e}e De Clercq, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

The fine-grained task of automatically detecting all sentiment expressions within a given document and the aspects to which they refer is known as aspect-based sentiment analysis.

Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis General Classification +1

Exploring the Realization of Irony in Twitter Data

no code implementations LREC 2016 Cynthia Van Hee, Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

Handling figurative language like irony is currently a challenging task in natural language processing.

Sentiment Analysis

Recognising suicidal messages in Dutch social media

no code implementations LREC 2014 Bart Desmet, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

The best relevance classification is achieved by using SVM with post length, lemma and character ngrams, resulting in an F-score of 85. 6{\%} (78. 7{\%} precision and 93. 8{\%} recall).

General Classification

Evaluation of Automatic Hypernym Extraction from Technical Corpora in English and Dutch

no code implementations LREC 2014 Els Lefever, Marjan Van de Kauter, V{\'e}ronique Hoste

In this research, we evaluate different approaches for the automatic extraction of hypernym relations from English and Dutch technical text.

Morphological Analysis

Discovering Missing Wikipedia Inter-language Links by means of Cross-lingual Word Sense Disambiguation

no code implementations LREC 2012 Els Lefever, V{\'e}ronique Hoste, Martine De Cock

The input for the inter-language link detection system is a set of Dutch pages for a given ambiguous noun and the output of the system is a set of links to the corresponding pages in three target languages (viz.

Text Summarization Word Sense Disambiguation

Beyond SoNaR: towards the facilitation of large corpus building efforts

no code implementations LREC 2012 Martin Reynaert, Ineke Schuurman, V{\'e}ronique Hoste, Nelleke Oostdijk, Maarten van Gompel

In this paper we report on the experiences gained in the recent construction of the SoNaR corpus, a 500 MW reference corpus of contemporary, written Dutch.

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