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HaBiT Information Events

Information Event for Students of FI and FA faculties

Oct 22 2015, Faculty of Informatics, Botanická 68a, Brno

Agenda:

  • information about the work of NLP Centre, FI MU
  • fields of study - Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing (FI), Computational Linguistics (FA)
  • international cooperation of NLP Centre
  • research project HaBiT, Norway grants
  • engagement of students in the NLP Centre work

Recent Advances in Slavonic Natural Language Processing, RASLAN 2015

Dec 4-6 2015, Karlova Studánka, Czech Republic

The RASLAN Workshop is an event dedicated to exchange of information between research teams working on projects of computer processing of Slavonic languages and related areas. RASLAN is focused on theoretical as well as technical aspects of the project work, presentations of verified methods are welcomed together with descriptions of development trends. The workshop also serves as a place for discussion about new ideas.

Topics of the Workshop will include (but are not limited to):

  • text corpora and tagging
  • syntactic parsing
  • sense disambiguation
  • machine translation
  • semantic networks and ontologies
  • semantic web
  • knowledge representation and reasoning
  • applied systems and software

Community-based Building of Language Resources Workshop, CBBLR 2016

Satellite workshop at the international conference TSD 2016, Brno, Czech Republic
Sep 12 2016

The main topic of the CBBLR 2016 workshop was directed at building new language resources, especially for languages with no or too little existing language resources. The workshop was organized in cooperation with the HaBiT CZ-NO project Consortium, submissions from other resource development projects were more than welcomed.

CBBLR Workshop Program Committee:

  • Karel Pala, Czech Republic (chair)
  • Bjorn Gamback, Norway
  • Janne Bondi Johannessen, Norway
  • Zygmunt Vetulani, Poland
  • Markus Forsberg, Sweden
  • Ales Horak, Czech Republic
  • Pavel Rychly, Czech Republic
  • Lars Bungum, Norway

Recent Advances in Slavonic Natural Language Processing, RASLAN 2016

Dec 2-4 2016, Karlova Studánka, Czech Republic

The RASLAN Workshop is an event dedicated to exchange of information between research teams working on projects of computer processing of Slavonic languages and related areas. RASLAN is focused on theoretical as well as technical aspects of the project work, presentations of verified methods are welcomed together with descriptions of development trends. The workshop also serves as a place for discussion about new ideas.

Topics of the Workshop will include (but are not limited to):

  • text corpora and tagging
  • syntactic parsing
  • sense disambiguation
  • machine translation
  • semantic networks and ontologies
  • semantic web
  • knowledge representation and reasoning
  • applied systems and software

HaBiT Evaluation Workshop 2017

Feb 16-21 2017, Faculty of Informatics, Brno, Czech Republic

The goal of the Workshop was an evaluation of our new Efficient Annotation Framework for under-resourced languages. The objective aimed at tasks connected to the design and analysis of a new methodology for crowdsourcing annotation of previously uncovered language data as well as verification of the methodology by implementation of a new annotating framework.

MU has prepared the tools with corpora in the 4 Ethiopian languages HaBiT project deals with plus Czech and Norwegian. These tools allowed for efficient preparation of new Part-of-Speech (PoS) taggers of these languages. The text were annotated (during the workshop) by native speakers for PoS tags, and the tool learned and improved itself during this process.

HaBiT Closing Workshop 2017

Apr 26-28 2017, Professorboligen, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

The closing event targeted at presenting project's outputs and achievements, informing about the HaBiT project consortium, and promoting HaBiT project, Programme, Norwegian financial mechanism.

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