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  • Gialampoukidis, Ilias; Vrochidis, Stefanos; Kompatsiaris, Ioannis; Wanner, Leo (Springer, 2016)
    Nowadays there is an important need by journalists and media monitoring companies to cluster news in large amounts of web articles, in order to ensure fast access to their topics or events of interest. Our aim in this work ...
  • Ballesteros, Miguel; Wanner, Leo (ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), 2016)
    Even syntactically correct sentences are perceived as awkward if they do not contain correct punctuation. Still, the problem of automatic generation of punctuation marks has been largely neglected for a long time. We/npresent ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Farrús, Mireia; Wanner, Leo (COLING, 2016)
    Speech prosody is known to be central in advanced communication technologies. However, despite the advances of theoretical studies in speech prosody, so far, no large scale prosody annotated resources that would facilitate ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Farrús, Mireia; Wanner, Leo (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2016)
    Intonation is traditionally considered to be the most important prosodic feature, whereupon an important research effort has been devoted to automatic segmentation and labeling of speech samples to grasp intonation cues. ...
  • Ballesteros, Miguel; Bohnet, Bernd; Mille, Simon; Wanner, Leo (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
    ‘Deep-syntactic’ dependency structures that capture the argumentative, attributive and co-/nordinative relations between full words of a sentence have a great potential for a number/nof NLP-applications. The abstraction ...
  • Ballesteros, Miguel; Bohnet, Bernd; Mille, Simon; Wanner, Leo (ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), 2015)
    Abstract structures from which the generation naturally starts often do not contain any functional nodes, while surface-syntactic structures or a chain of tokens in a linearized tree contain all of them. Therefore, data-driven ...
  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Carlini, Roberto; Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Wanner, Leo (ELRA (European Language Resources Association), 2016)
    Collocations such as heavy rain or make [a] decision, are combinations of two elements where one (the base) is freely chosen, while the/nchoice of the other (collocate) is restricted, depending on the base. Collocations ...
  • Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Camacho-Collados, Jose; Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Saggion, Horacio, 1963-; Wanner, Leo (COLING, 2016)
    WordNet is probably the best known lexical resource in Natural Language Processing. While it/nis widely regarded as a high quality repository of concepts and semantic relations, updating and/nextending it manually is costly. ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Latorre, Iván; Farrús, Mireia; Codina-Filbà, Joan; Wanner, Leo (COLING, 2016)
    This paper presents an implementation of the widely used speech analysis tool Praat as a web application with an extended functionality for feature annotation. In particular, Praat on the Web addresses some of the central ...
  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Carlini, Roberto; Wanner, Leo (ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), 2016)
    L2 learners often produce “ungrammatical” word combinations such as, e.g., *give a suggestion or *make a walk. This is because of the “collocationality” of one of their items (the base) that limits the acceptance of ...
  • Cunha Fanego, Iria da; Wanner, Leo; Cabré, M. Teresa (Maria Teresa), 1947- (John Benjamins Publishing, 2007)
    In this article, we present the current state of our work on a linguistically-motivated model for automatic summarization of medical articles in Spanish. The model takes into account the results of an empirical study which ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Farrús, Mireia; Burga Díaz, Alicia; Wanner, Leo (ISCA, 2014)
    Several grammar theories relate information structure and prosody, highlighting a major correspondence between theme and rheme, and intonation patterns. Although these theories have been successfully exploited in some ...
  • Wanner, Leo; Blat, Josep; Dasiopoulou, Stamatia; Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Llorach, Gerard; Mille, Simon; Sukno, Federico M.; Kamateri, Eleni; Kompatsiaris, Ioannis; Vrochidis, Stefanos; André, Elisabeth; Lingenfelser, Florian; Mehlmann, Gregor; Stam, Andries; Stellingwerff, Ludo; Lamel, Lori; Vieru, Bianca; Minker, Wolfgang; Pragst, Louisa; Ultes, Stefan (ACM Association for Computer Machinery, 2016)
    We present work in progress on an intelligent embodied conversation agent in the basic care and healthcare domain. In contrast to most of the existing agents, the presented agent is aimed to have linguistic cultural, social ...
  • Meditskos, Georgios; Dasiopoulou, Stamatia; Pragst, Louisa; Ultes, Stefan; Vrochidis, Stefanos; Wanner, Leo (ACM Association for Computer Machinery, 2016)
    In this paper, we describe the principles and technologies that underpin the development of an adaptive dialogue manager framework, tailored to carrying out human-agent conversations in a natural, robust and exible ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Farrús, Mireia; Burga Díaz, Alicia; Wanner, Leo (ISCA, 2014)
    This paper deals with the adaptation of AuToBI annotation for speech synthesis purposes. AuToBI is a tool that automatically determines and classifies the standard ToBI labels for American English. AuToBI annotation is ...
  • Domínguez Bajo, Mónica; Farrús, Mireia; Burga Díaz, Alicia; Wanner, Leo (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2016)
    State-of-the-art prosody modelling in content-to-speech (CTS) applications still uses the same methodology to predict intonation cues as text-to-speech (TTS) applications, namely the analysis of the generated surface ...
  • Soler Company, Juan; Ballesteros, Miguel; Bohnet, Bernd; Mille, Simon; Wanner, Leo (ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), 2015)
    “Deep-syntactic” dependency structures bridge the gap between the surface-syntactic structures as produced by state-of-the-art dependency parsers and semantic logical forms in that they abstract away from surfacesyntactic ...