ProjectNameTitleConference / EventDate
A2 Ashutosh ModiModeling Semantic Expectations: Using Script Knowledge for Referent PredictionACL, 2017, Vancouver, CanadaAugust 2017
A2Lilian WanzareInducing Script Structure from Crowdsourced Event Descriptions via Semi-Supervised Clustering.Valencia, spainApril 2017
A2Lilian WanzareDeScript: A Crowdsourced Database of Event Sequence Descriptions for the Acquisition of High-quality Script KnowledgePortorož, SloveniaMay 2016
A2/A3 Ashutosh ModiEvent Embeddings for Semantic Script Modeling CoNLL 2016, Berlin, Germany June 2016
A2/A3 Ashutosh ModiInScript: Narrative texts annotated with script information LREC, 2016, Portorož, Slovenia May 2016
A3Ekaterina KravtchenkoDoes referent predictability affect rate of pronominalization? 30th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USAMarch 2017
A3Ekaterina KravtchenkoDoes UID affect rate of pronominalization?Information-theoretic Modeling of Linguistic Variation in Context, DGfS, Saarbrücken,March 2017
A3Ekaterina KravtchenkoUnderinformative vent mentions trigger context-dependent implicaturesFormal and Experimental Pragmatics: Methodological Issues of a Nascent Liaison (MXPRAG), ZAS BerlinJune 2015
A4David HowcroftThe Extended SPaRKy Restaurant Corpus: designing a corpus with variable information densityINTERSPEECH, Stockholm, SwedenAugust 2017
A4David HowcroftGerman morphosyntactic change is consistent with an optimal encoding hypothesis DGfS, Saarbrücken, GermanyMarch 2017
A4David HowcroftInducing Clause-Combining Rules: A Case Stidy wotj tje SPaRKy Restaurant CorpusBrighton, UKSeptember 2015
A4David HowcroftMeasuring Linguistic Complexity for Adaptive GenerationTübingen, GermanyJuly 2015
A5Mirjana SekickiCognitive Load in the Visual World: The Effect of GazeNovi Sad Linguistic Colloquium 6, Novi Sad, SerbiaDecember 2016
A5Mirjana SekickiCognitive Load in the Visual World: the effect on gazeSFB 1102 PhD Day, SaarbrückenNovember 2016
A5Mirjana SekickiCosts and gains of using visual context for referent prediction9th Embodied and Situated Language Processing Conference (ESLP), Pucon, ChileOctober 2016
A5Mirjana SekickiPredictability Effects: An Empirical Comparison of Paradigms Used for Sentence ComprehensionNovi Sad Linguistic Colloquium 5, Novi Sad, SerbiaDecember 2015
B2Merel ScholmanExamples and Specifications that prove a point: Interpreting
multi-functional discourse relations
Invited talk, Lancaster UniversityOctober 2017
B2Merel ScholmanCrowdsourcing discourse relation annotations: The influence of context on readers' interpretationsSLE 2017, Zürich, SwitzerlandSeptember 2017
B2Merel ScholmanExamples and Specifications that Prove a Point: Identifying Elaborative and Argumentative Discourse Relations26th Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse, Philadelphia, USAAugust 2017
B2Merel ScholmanCrowdsourcing discourse interpretations: On the iflucence of context and the reliability of a connective insertion taskLinguistic Annotation Workshop, Valencia, SpainApril 2017
B2Merel ScholmanThe influence of context on the interpretation of segments in a discourse relation DGfS, Saarbrücken, GermanyMarch 2017
B2Merel ScholmanDistinguishing between casual and additive Instantiations and Specifications: A crowdsourcing experimentCogLing7, Nijmegen, the NetherlandsJanuary 2017
B3Robin Lemke & Eva HorchOptimal Encoding! Information Theory constrains article omission in newspaper headlines15th EACL Conference, Valencia, SpainApril 2017
B3Robin Lemke & Eva HorchArticle Omission is constrained by information densityDGfS 2017, Saarbrücken, GermanyMarch 2017
B3Robin Lemke & Eva HorchInformation density constrains article omission. An experimental approachDGfS Annual meeting (AG 1: Informationstheoretisch basierte Modellierung sprachlicher Variation im Kontext), Saarbrücken, GermanyFebruary 2017
B3Robin LemkeShort answer fragments - Derivation by movement and deletionRecontres d'Automne de Linguistique Formelle 2016, Paris, FranceNovember 2016
B3Eva HorchFragments in German - an Information-Theoretic ApproachWorkshop on Fragments, Saarbrücken, GermanyOctober 2016
B3Robin LemkeIn search of inaudible syntax in fragments - An experimental studyWorkshop on Fragments, Saarbrücken, GermanyOctober 2016
B3Eva HorchStable Omissions with Stable Density Profiles? An Information Theory-based Exploration of Article Omission in GermanBetween (Stable) Meaning and (Unstable) Interpretations, Krakow, PolandSeptember 2016
B3Robin LemkeSyntactic derivation or pragmatic enrichment? - An experimental study on the syntax of fragmentsBetween (Stable) Meaning and (Unstable) Interpretations, Krakow, PolandSeptember 2016
B3Robin LemkeElliptical sentences? - An experimental study on the syntax of fragmentsEllipsis Across Borders, Sarajevo, Bosnia and HerzegovinaJune 2016
B3Eva HorchArticle missing? Corpus and Information-Theoretic Approaches to Article Omission in GermanDGfS Annual meeting (AG 6: Computational Pragmatics), Konstanz, GermanyFebruary 2016
B3Robin LemkeAre fragments derived by movement and deletion?Linguistic Evidence 2016, Tübingen, GermanyFebruary 2016
B3Robin Lemke Does script knowledge constrain fragment usage? - An experimental studyDETEC 2017, Nijmegen, NetherlandsJune 2017
B3Robin LemkeMovement or in situ deletion? - Experimental inverstigations on the syntax of fragmentsECBAE, Lexington (KY), USAJuly, 2017
B3Robin LemkeEllipsis with(out) movement? - Experimental investigations on the structure of fragmentsBICLCE 2017, Vigo, SpainSeptember 2017
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus and Ingo Reich Discourse expectations guide the use of verb phrase ellipsis: Psycholinguistic evidence for an information-theoretic account of context and length effects on VPEDETEC, Berlin September 2019
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo ReichDoes information theory constrain the usage of fragments? - An experimental studyAMLaP September 2017
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo ReichDon’t be uninformative! – Experimental studies on information theory and fragment usageCUNY, Davis, CAMarch 2018
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke & Ingo ReichWhat is dropped in Topic Drop? – A rating study on the relationship between Topicality and Topic Drop in GermanCUNY, Davis, CAMarch 2018
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo ReichMaking a good mismatch – (How) syntactic cues license voice mismatches in VP ellipsisLinguistic Evidence, TübingenFebruary 2018
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich Predictable words are more likely to be omitted in fragments – Evidence from production dataRAILS, SaarbrückenOctober 2019
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer & Ingo ReichSyntactic cues license voice mismatch in VP ellipsis – An experimental studyDGfS, Universität StuttgartMarch 2018
B3Ingo Reich, Robin Lemke & Lisa SchäferGuess who dances with whom? –
Predictability and the acceptability of mismatches in sluicing and
Sluicing and ellipsis at 50, Chicago, IL.April 2019
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich Speakers use verb phrase ellipsis to satisfy UID: Psycholinguistic evidence from length and context effectsRAILS, SaarbrückenOctober 2019
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus & Ingo Reich Script-based discourse expectations trigger omissions in fragments – Evidence from production data DETEC, BerlinSeptember 2019
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus and Ingo Reich Verb phrase ellipsis avoids troughs in the ID profile: An information-theoretic account to VPE based on evidence from rating and reading time dataCUNY, BoulderMarch 2019
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer and Ingo Reich Can identity conditions on ellipsis be explained by processing principles?CUNY, BoulderMarch 2019
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer and Ingo Reich Uniform Information Density constrains omissions in fragmentsAMLaP, BerlinSeptember 2018
B3Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer and Ingo Reich Voice mismatches in VP ellipsis are licensed by syntactic cuesAMLaP, BerlinSeptember 2018
B3Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke and Ingo ReichTopicality as prerequisite of Topic Drop? Evidence from rating studies on GermanAMLaP, BerlinSeptember 2018
B4Youssef OualilNeural Networks-based language ModelingIDIAP Research Institut, Martigny, SwitzerlandMay 2017
B4Clayton GreenbergRepresentation Learning: What Is It and How Do You Teach It?UCSD, San Diego, USAMay 2017
B4Clayton GreenbergVerb
polysemy and frequency effects in thematic fit modeling
CMCL 2015, DenverJune 2015
B4Clayton GreenbergImproving unsupervised vector-space
thematic fit evaluation via role-filler prototype clustering
NAACL 2015, DenverJune 2015
B5Iliana SimovaWord Embeddings as Features for Supervised Coreference ResolutionRANLP September 2017
C1Erika Brandt, Bistra Andreeva and Bernd Möbius Voice quality as a
function of information density and prosodic factors
Phonetics &
Phonology 14, Wien
September 2018
C1Erika Brandt, Frank Zimmerer, Bistra Andreeva and Bernd Möbius.Influence
of information density on deletion rates in German
Phonetics & Phonology
13, Berlin
September 2017
C1Zofia Malisz, Frank Zimmerer, E. Ferragne, F. Pellegrino, Erika Brandt, Bistra
Andreeva and Bernd Möbius
Ist gleich schnell gleich schnell?
Perzeption intendierter und realisierter Sprechrate von deutschen und
franzöischen Sprechern
Phonetik und Phonologie 12, MünchenOctober 2016
C1Erika BrandtEinfluss von Informationsdichte und prosodischer Struktur auf VokalraumausdehnungMarburg, GermanyOctober, 2015
C3Elli TourtouriSpecifity and entropy reduction in situated referential processignELiTU (UiL-OTS), Untrecht, NetherlandFebruary 2017
C3Elli TourtouriOverspecifications efficiently manage referential entropy in situated communication39th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Scoiety (DGfS)March 2017
C3Elli TourtouriThe interplay of specifity and entropy reduction in situated communication10th Embdied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP) Conference, Moscow, RussiaSeptember 2017
C3Elli TourtouriOverspecifications efficiently manage referential entropy in situated communication39th Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS) , Saarbrücken, Germany. March 2017
C3Les Sikos, Harm Brouwer and Matthew CrockerNeural correlates of referential processing: Event-related potentials for ambiguity versus resolutionAnnual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San FranciscoMarch 2017
C4Andrea FischerWhat can Shared (Sequential) Structures (in Words) tell us about Linguistic Similarity?Tübingen, GermanyMarch 2017
C4Andrea Fischer, Klára Jágrová & Irina StengerThe INCOMSLAV project: Seminar in formal linguisticsCharles University, Prague, Czech RepublicNovember 2014
C4Klára JágrováLexical and Orthographic Distances between Czech, Polish, Russian and Bulgarian - a Comparative Analysis of the Most Frequent NounsOLINCO, Olomouc, Czech RepublicJune 2016
C4Klára JágrováCan Surprisal Predict Mutual Intelligibility of Slavic LanguagesSLSP 2016, Plzen, Czech RepublicOctober 2016
C4Klára JágrováThe Potential for improving the intelligibility of Polish Texts for Czech ReadersFDSL 12, Berlin, GermanyDecember 2016
C4Irina StengerOn the role of orthography in Slavic reading intercomprehensionCRC Retreat, Dagstuhl, GermanyJune 2015
C4Irina Stenger"Reading Polish with Czech Eyes" or "How Russian can a Bulgarian Text be?: Orthographic Differences as an Experimental Variable in Slavic IntercomprehensionFDSL 11, Postdam, GermanyDecember 2015
C4Irina StengerSlavic diachronic copora: challenges and perspectivesHistorical Corpus Linguistics, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, GermanyJune 2016
C4Irina StengerHow reading intercomprehension works among Slavic languages using the Cyrillic scriptESSLI 2016, FU of Bozen-BolzanoAugust 2016
C4Irina StengerLevenshtein distance and word adaptation suprisal as methods of measuring mutal intelligibility in reading comprehension of Slavic languagesDialog 2017, RSUH, Moscow, RussiaMay 2017
C4Klára JágrováVerarbeitungsschwierigkeit bei der Interkomprehension in slavischen
Sprachen: Sprachliche Distanz und Surprisal
Doktorandenkolloquium Sprachwissenschaft Slavistik, TU DresdenOctober 2017
associatedIona BessingerCapturing Phonetic Convergence by Global Analysis of Spectral DistancePhonetik und Phonologie 13, BerlinSeptember 2017
associated Iona GessingerShadowing Synthesized Speech - Segmental Analysis of Phonetic ConvergenceInterspeech 2017, StockholmAugust 2017
associatedEran RavehA Computational Model for Phonetically Responsive Spoken Dialogue SystemsInterspeech 2017, StockholmAugust 2017
associatedMittul SinghFramework for Problem Solving in NLPData Science Summer School, Ukranian Catholic University, Lviv, UkraniaJuly 2017
associatedMittul SinghSequence Modelling: Recurrent and Recursive Neural NetsDeep Learning Group, D3 MPI Informatik, Saarbrücken, GermanyJune 2017
B4Marius Mosbach, Maksym Andriushchenko, Thomas Trost, Matthias Hein, Dietrich KlakowLogit Pairing Methods Can Fool Gradient-Based AttacksNeurIPS 2018 Workshop on Security in Machine Learning, MontrealDecember 2018
B4, B1Yuri Bizzoni, Marius Mosbach, Deitrich Klakow and Stefania Degaetano-OrtliebSome steps towards the generation of diachronic WordNetsNoDaLiDa 2019, TurkuOctober 2019
B4, C4Marius Mosbach, Irina Stenger, Tania Avgustinova, Dietrich - A Toolbox for Calculating Linguistic Distances and Asymmetries between Related LanguagesRANLP 2019, VarnaSeptember 2019
B4, C4Klára Jágrová, Marius Mosbach, Michael A. Hedderich, Tania Avgustinova and Dietrich KlakowOn the correlation of context-aware language models with the intelligibility of Polish target Words to Czech readersRAILS 2019, SaarbrückenOctober 2019