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Four papers accepted at LREC 2016

"MEANTIME, the NewsReader Multilingual Event and Time Corpus", "Annotating opposition relations among Italian verb senses using crowdsourcing", "Classifying Temporal Relations with Simple Features", and "Corpora for Learning the Mutual Relationship between Semantic Relatedness and Textual Entailment"

Paper accepted in Computational Linguistics

A. Bisazza, M. Federico, "A Survey of Word Reordering in Statistical Machine Translation: Computational Models and Language Phenomena", Computational Linguistics, 2016. (Accepted for publication)

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Paper accepted at IEEE/ACM TASLP

The paper

 L. Bentivogli, N. Bertoldi, M. Cettolo, M. Federico, M. Negri, M. Turchi,  "Evaluation of Adaptive Machine Translation for Human Post-Editing"

has been accepted for publication in the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing.

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Journal Paper

Vivi Nastase and Carlo Strapparava. knoWitiary: A Machine Readable Incarnation of Wiktionary. International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Applications. Vol. 6 No. 2 - December 2015

Presentation at IWSLT

Sebastian Stüker presents on behalf of Marcello the overview paper:

Mauro Cettolo, Jan Niehues, Sebastian Stüker, Luisa Bentivogli and Marcello Federico

Report on the 12th IWSLT Evaluation Campaign, IWSLT 2015

12th International Workshop on Spoken Language Translation, Da Nang, Vietnam, 2015

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Presentation at CLIC-IT

Presentation by Josè at the Second Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics of the work:

Hamed Zamani, Josè G. C. de Souza, Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi and Daniele Falavigna

"Reference-free and Confidence-independent Binary Quality Estimation for Automatic Speech Recognition"

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Tutorial at Translating and the Computer

Marco Trombetti and Marcello Federico presented a tutorial on machine translation and the MateCat tool at the 37th Translating and the Computer Conference, in London.

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Car Wars Workshop and Hackathon

The NewsReader Workshop and Hackathon will be an occasion to show the project's technology and its results.

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Language Modeling at Web Scale

Kenneth Heafield is a Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh.
Motivated by machine translation problems, he prefers to build scalable
systems instead of approximating.  He is the author of the KenLM toolkit
that scales statistical language models to trillions of words and runs
Google-scale problems on a single machine.  He completed his PhD at
Carnegie Mellon and worked at Stanford as a postdoctoral scholar.

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Three papers to be presented at CLIC-it 2015

- Cross-language projection of multilayer semantic annotation in the NewsReader Wikinews Italian Corpus (WItaC)
- FacTA: Evaluation of Event Factuality and Temporal Anchoring
- Annotating opposition among verb senses: a crowdsourcing experiment

Papers presented at MT Summit XV

Two papers were presented at the MT Summit XV (Miami, Florida, October 30 – November 3, 2015).

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CloudASR: A Web Platform for Automatic Speech Recognition

Final presentation of summer internship student.

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Word alignment methods

Final presentation of summer internship student. 

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TMop -- Translation Memory open-source purifier

Final presentation of our summer Internship student sponsored by the EAMT. 

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Presentation at the TAUS Conference

Marcello Federico presented the MMT project at the TAUS Annual Conference, 12-13 October 2015, San Josè, California.

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CLiC-it 2015

The second edition of the Italian Computational Linguistics Conference

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Deep Learning with Neon Framework by Nervana Systems

The talk will cover some introduction about Neon, how to setup the framework, and how to use it for NLP tasks.

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