Assessing the potential of corpora
May 20, from 11.30 am
F = full paper (20+5 min)
S = shorter paper (15+5 min)
P = poster (1x1m poster + 5 min)
Clicking on paper titles will take you directly to the abstracts.
SLOT 1 (11.30-13.30): Focus: "Corpus building and annotation" + posters
(F) Adam Pawłowski: The 'Wrocław Corpus' of Polish Project
(F) Adam Przepiórkowski: Enhancing the potential of POS-tagged corpora with positional tagsets and ambiguities
(F) Wlodzimierz Sobkowiak: Automatic phonetic annotation of corpora for EFL purposes
(P) Elżbieta Dura: Extracting current language use from the web
(P) Mira Podhajecka: How to use the Web to make better translations
(P) Przemysław Kaszubski: Web-based concordancing and EFL writing
(P) Urszula Okulska: Historical corpora: Their applicability to (socio)linguistic and cultural research
SLOT 2 (15.00-16.30): Focus: "Corpora and linguistic theory"
(F) Damir Čavar: On unsupervised grammar induction from untagged corpora
(F) Truus De Wilde: Corpora and norms: methodological problems
(F) Małgorzata Fabiszak: Studying metaphor with the BNC
SLOT 3: (17.00-18.30) Focus: "Applying corpora"
(F) Tadeusz Piotrowski: Corpus linguistics in MA courses: What’s wrong with teaching linguistics in Poland
(F) Mihail Mihailov: Translation pairs from parallel corpora
(S) Maciej Machniewski: Corpus-based translation studies and the teaching of translation
(time allowing) CLOSING DISCUSSION coordinated by P. Kaszubski: Assessing the potential of corpora