Accepted Papers

The full conference programme will be available here soon; see below for a list of accepted papers.

Long Papers, with oral presentation

Pragmatic Rejection
Julian J. Schlöder and Raquel Fernandez

From Adjective Glosses to Attribute Concepts: Learning Different Aspects That an Adjective Can Describe
Omid Bakhshandh and James Allen

Simple Interval Temporal Logic for Natural Language Assertion Descriptions
Reyadh Alluhaibi

Prepositional Phrase Attachment Problem Revisited: how Verbnet can Help
Daniel Bailey, Yuliya Lierler and Benjamin Susman

Leveraging a Semantically Annotated Corpus to Disambiguate Prepositional Phrase Attachment
Guy Emerson and Ann Copestake

Integrating Non-Linguistic Events into Discourse Structure
Julie Hunter, Nicholas Asher and Alex Lascarides

A Discriminative Model for Perceptually-Grounded Incremental Reference Resolution
Casey Kennington, Livia Dia and David Schlangen

Semantic Dependency Graph Parsing Using Tree Approximations
Željko Agić, Alexander Koller and Stephan Oepen

Semantic construction with graph grammars
Alexander Koller

Incremental Semantics for Dialogue Processing: Requirements, and a Comparison of Two Approaches
Julian Hough, Casey Kennington, David Schlangen and Jonathan Ginzburg

Mr Darcy and Mr Toad, gentlemen: distributional names and their kinds
Aurélie Herbelot

Feeling is Understanding: From Affective to Semantic Spaces
Elias Iosif and Alexandros Potamianos

Automatic Noun Compound Interpretation using Deep Neural Networks and Word Embeddings
Corina Dima and Erhard Hinrichs

Feedback in Conversation as Incremental Semantic Update
Arash Eshghi, Christine Howes, Eleni Gregoromichelaki, Julian Hough and Matthew Purver

Efficiency in Ambiguity: Two Models of Probabilistic Semantics for Natural Language
Daoud Clarke and Bill Keller

Dynamics of Public Commitments in Dialogue
Antoine Venant and Nicholas Asher

Hierarchical Statistical Semantic Realization for Minimal Recursion Semantics
Matic Horvat, Ann Copestake and Bill Byrne

On the Proper Treatment of Quantifiers in Probabilistic Logic Semantics
Islam Beltagy and Katrin Erk

Uniform Information Density at the Level of Discourse Relations: Negation Markers and Discourse Connective Omission
Fatemeh Torabi Asr and Vera Demberg

Layers of Interpretation: On Grammar and Compositionality
Emily M. Bender, Dan Flickinger, Stephan Oepen, Woodley Packard and Ann Copestake

How hard is this query? Measuring the Semantic Complexity of Schema-agnostic Queries
Andre Freitas, Juliano Efson Sales, Siegfried Handschuh and Edward Curry

Short Papers, with poster and "lightning talk" presentation

Exploiting Fine-grained Syntactic Transfer Features to Predict the Compositionality of German Particle Verbs
Stefan Bott and Sabine Schulte im Walde

Multilingual Reliability and “Semantic” Structure of Continuous Word Spaces
Maximilian Köper, Christian Scheible and Sabine Schulte im Walde

Clarifying Intentions in Dialogue: A Corpus Study
Julian J. Schlöder and Raquel Fernandez

From distributional semantics to feature norms: grounding semantic models in human perceptual data
Luana Fagarasan, Eva Maria Vecchi and Stephen Clark

Obtaining a Better Understanding of Distributional Models of German Derivational Morphology
Max Kisselew, Sebastian Padó, Alexis Palmer and Jan Šnajder

Semantic Complexity of Quantifiers and Their Distribution in Corpora
Jakub Szymanik and Camilo Thorne

Sound-based distributional models
Alessandro Lopopolo and Emiel van Miltenburg

Alignment of Eye Movements and Spoken Language for Semantic Image Understanding
Preethi Vaidyanathan, Emily Prud'hommeaux, Cecilia O. Alm, Jeff B. Pelz and Anne R. Haake

From a Distance: Using Cross-lingual Word Alignments for Noun Compound Bracketing
Patrick Ziering and Lonneke van der Plas

Unsupervised Learning of Coherent and General Semantic Classes for Entity Aggregates
Henry Anaya-Sánchez and Anselmo Peñas

Crowdsourced Word Sense Annotations and Difficult Words and Examples
Oier Lopez de Lacalle and Eneko Agirre

Curse or Boon? Presence of Subjunctive Mood in Opinionated Text
Sapna Negi and Paul Buitelaar