13th annual workshop of
The Australasian Language Technology Association
University of Western Sydney, Parramatta
Mark Johnson, Professor of Language Sciences @ Macquarie University
Doug Oard, Professor @ University of Maryland (shared session with ADCS)
Tim Baldwin, Professor @ University of Melbourne [Moderator]
Grace Chung, Software Engineering Manager @ Google
David Hawking, Applied Researcher @ Bing / Microsoft
Maria Milosavljevic, National Manager Innovation and Technology / CIO @ AUSTRAC
Doug Oard, Professor @ University of Maryland
Julio Cesar Salinas Alvarado, Karin Verspoor and Timothy Baldwin.
Domain Adaption of Named Entity Recognition to Support Credit Risk Assessment
Mahmood Yousefi Azar, Kairit Sirts, Len Hamey and Diego Molla.
Query-Based Single Document Summarization Using an Ensemble Noisy Auto-Encoder
Comparison of Visual and Logical Character Segmentation in Tesseract OCR Language Data for Indic Writing Scripts
Lance De Vine, Mahnoosh Kholghi, Guido Zuccon, Laurianne Sitbon and Anthony Nguyen.
Analysis of Word Embeddings and Sequence Features for Clinical Information Extraction
Lan Du, Anish Kumar, Massimiliano Ciaramita and Mark Johnson.
Using Entity Information from a Knowledge Base to Improve Relation Extraction
Daniel Frost and Shunichi Ishihara.
Likelihood Ratio-based Forensic Voice Comparison on L2 speakers: A Case of Hong Kong native male production of English vowels
Hamed Hassanzadeh, Diego Molla, Tudor Groza, Anthony Nguyen and Jane Hunter.
Similarity Metrics for Clustering PubMed Abstracts for Evidence Based Medicine
Shungwan Kim and Steve Cassidy.
Finding Names in Trove: Named Entity Recognition for Australian Historical Newspapers
Shervin Malmasi and Hamed Hassanzadeh.
Clinical Information Extraction Using Word Representations
Caroline Mckinnon, Ibtehal Baazeem and Daniel Angus.
How few is too few? Determining the minimum acceptable number of LSA dimensions to visualise text cohesion with Lex
Kairit Sirts and Mark Johnson.
Do POS Tags Help to Learn Better Morphological Segmentations?
Ping Tan, Karin Verspoor and Tim Miller.
Structural Alignment as the Basis to Improve Significant Change Detection in Versioned Sentences
Fiona Martin and Mark Johnson.
More Efficient Topic Modelling Through a Noun Only Approach
Dat Quoc Nguyen, Kairit Sirts and Mark Johnson.
Improving Topic Coherence with Latent Feature Word Representations in MAP Estimation for Topic Modeling
Joel Nothman, Atif Ahmad, Christoph Breidbach, David Malet and Tim Baldwin.
Understanding engagement with insurgents through retweet rhetoric
Sam Shang Chun Wei and Ben Hachey.
A comparison and analysis of models for event trigger detection
Andrew MacKinlay, Antonio Jimeno Yepes and Bo Han.
A System for Public Health Surveillance using Social Media
Unlimited order Language Modeling with Compressed Suffix Trees
Ben Hachey, Anaïs Cadilhac and Andrew Chisholm.
Entity linking and summarisation in a news-driven personal assistant app
Kellie Webster and James Curran.
Challenges in Resolving Nominal Reference