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Serra Sinem Tekiroğlu, Gözde Özbal and Carlo Strapparava. Exploring Sensorial Features for Metaphor Identification
Marco Guerini, Gözde Özbal and Carlo Strapparava. Echoes of Persuasion: The Effect of Euphony in Persuasive Communication
Title: Multitask Learning for Adaptive Quality Estimation of Automatically Transcribed Utterances
Authors: José G. C. de Souza, Hamed Zamani, Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi, Falavigna DanieleLanguage English
List of the papers accepted at ACL 2015Language English
Carlo Strapparava and Rada Mihalcea. Affect detection in texts. In R. Calvo et al. editors, Oxford Handbook of Affective Computing. Oxford University Press, December 2014.
Octavian Popescu and Carlo Strapparava. Time corpora: Epochs, opinions and changes. Knowledge-Based Systems Journal, 69:3—13, October 2014.
Round table Time and Language at "Festival della Scienza" in Genoa
Serra Sinem Tekiroğlu, Gözde Özbal and Carlo Strapparava. A Computational Approach to Generate a Sensorial Lexicon
Serra Sinem Tekiroğlu, Gözde Özbal and Carlo Strapparava. Sensicon: An Automatically Constructed Sensorial Lexicon
The 2014 edition of the MT Marathon, organised by the HLT group at FBK, will start next weekLanguage English
The 2014 edition of the MT Marathon, organised by the HLT group at FBK, will start next week
Four Papers accepted in COLING 2014Language English
Four Papers accepted in COLING 2014
Automation and Evaluation of the Keyword Method for Second Language Learning.
Gözde Özbal, Daniele Pighin and Carlo Strapparava
The HLT group at FBK, in conjunction with the the ICT International Doctorate School of the University of Trento, is pleased to announce the availability of three fully-funded 3-year PhD positionsLanguage English
Marco Turchi, Antonios Anastasopoulos, J.G. Camargo de Souza and Matteo Negri: "Adaptive Quality Estimation for Machine Translation."Language English
Eight papers have been accepted at LREC 2014Language English
Marco Guerini, Lorenzo Gatti and Marco Turchi. Sentiment Analysis: How to Derive Prior Polarities from SentiWordNetLanguage English