ComputEL-2 – Accepted Papers/Presentations

Preliminary versions of papers

Presenter(s) Paper
Antonios Anastasopoulos A case study on using speech-to-translation alignments for language documentation
Steven Bird and Mat Bettinson A Framework for Collaborative Language Documentation
Dustin Bowers, Antti Arppe, Jordan Lachler, Sjur Moshagen and Trond Trosterud A Morphological Parser for Odawa
Ghazaleh Kazeminejad, Andrew Cowell and Mans Hulden Creating lexical resources for polysynthetic languages—the case of Arapaho
Gary Holton, Nick Thieberger, Sebastian Drude, Dagmar Jung and Michael Rie§ler Developing collection management tools to create more robust and reliable linguistic data
Nick Thieberger and Conal Tuohy From Small to Big Data: paper manuscripts to RDF triples of Australian Indigenous Vocabularies
Emmanuel Ngue Um Issues in digital text representation, on-line dissemination, sharing and re-use for African minority languages
Gina-Anne Levow, Emily M. Bender, Patrick Littell, Kristen Howell, Shobhana Chelliah, Joshua Crowgey, Dan Garrette, Jeff Good, Sharon Hargus, David Inman, Michael Maxwell, Michael Tjalve and Fei Xia STREAMLInED Challenges: Aligning Research Interests with Shared Tasks
Patrick Littell and Aidan Pine Waldayu and Waldayu Mobile: Modern digital dictionary interfaces for endangered languages
Lucy Bell and Lawrence Bell Work with what you’ve got
Alexa Little Connecting Documentation and Revitalization: A New Approach to Language Apps
Timothy Kempton Cross-language forced alignment to assist community-based linguistics for low resource languages
Moira Saltzman Jejueo talking dictionary: A collaborative online database for language revitalization
C. Anton Rytting and Julie Yelle Detecting inconsistent transcriptions of audio corpora
Michael Maxwell Endangered Data for Endangered Languages: Digitizing Print dictionaries
David Meyer A computationally-assisted procedure for discovering poetic organization within oral tradition
Jordan Kodner, Spencer Caplan, Hongzhi Xu, Mitchell Marcus and Charles Yang Case Studies in the Automatic Characterization of Grammars from Small Wordlists
Amanda MillerandMicha Elsner Click reduction in fluent speech: a semi-automated analysis of Mangetti Dune !Xung
Olga Zamaraeva, František Kratochvíl, Emily M. Bender, Fei Xia and Kristen Howell Computational Support for Finding Word Classes: A Case Study of Abui
Antti Arppe, Marie-Odile Junker and Delasie Torkornoo Converting a comprehensive lexical database into a computational model: The case of East Cree verb inflection
Jeffrey Micher Improving Coverage of an Inuktitut Morphological Analyzer Using a Segmental Recurrent Neural Network
Kristen Howell, Emily M. Bender, Michael Lockwood, Fei Xia and Olga Zamaraeva Inferring Case Systems from IGT: Impacts and Detection of Variable Glossing Practices
Ciprian Gerstenberger, Niko Partanen and Michael Rie§ler Instant Annotations

 

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