Accepted Papers

Reconstruction of Separable Particle Verbs in a Corpus of Spoken German

Dolores Batinic and Thomas Schmidt.

What does this imply? Examining the Impact of Implicitness on the Perception of Hate Speech

Darina Benikova, Michael Wojatzki and Torsten Zesch.

Automatic Classification of Abusive Language and Personal Attacks in Various Forms of Online Communication

Peter Bourgonje, Julian Moreno Schneider and Georg Rehm.

Detecting Vocal Irony

Felix Burkhardt, Benjamin Weiss, Florian Eyben, Jun Deng and Björn Schuller.

Token Level Code-Switching Detection Using Wikipedia as a Lexical Resource

Daniel Claeser, Dennis Felske and Samantha Kent.

The Devil is in the Details: Parsing Unknown German Words

Daniel Dakota.

Diachronic variation of temporal expressions in scientific writing through the lens of relative entropy

Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb and Jannik Strötgen.

A case study on the relevance of the competence assumption for implicature calculation in dialogue systems

Judith Fischer.

Supporting Sustainable Process Documentation

Markus Gärtner, Uli Hahn and Sibylle Hermann.

NECKAr- Named Entity Classifier for Wikidata

Johanna Geiß, Andreas Spitz and Michael Gertz.

How Social Media Text Analysis Can Inform Disaster Management

Sabine Gruender-Fahrer, Antje Schlaf and Sebastian Wustmann.

A Comparative Study of Uncertainty Based Active Learning Strategies for General Purpose Twitter Sentiment Analysis with Deep Neural Networks

Nils Haldenwang, Katrin Ihler, Julian Kniephoff and Oliver Vornberger.

Investigating the Morphological Complexity of German Named Entities: The Case of the GermEval NER Challenge

Bettina Klimek, Markus Ackermann, Amit Kirschenbaum and Sebastian Hellmann.

Optimizing Visual Representations in Semantic Multi-Modal Models with Dimensionality Reduction, Denoising and Contextual Information

Maximilian Köper, Kim-Anh Nguyen and Sabine Schulte Im Walde.

An Infrastructure for Empowering Internet Users to handle Fake News and other Online Media Phenomena

Georg Rehm.

Detecting Named Entities and Relations in German Clinical Reports

Roland Roller, Nils Rethmeier, Philippe Thomas, Marc Hübner, Hans Uszkoreit, Fabian Halleck, Oliver Staeck, Klemens Budde and Danilo Schmidt.

In-Memory Distributed Training of Linear-Chain Conditional Random Fields, with an Application to Fine-Grained Named Entity Recognition

Robert Schwarzenberg, Leonhard Hennig and Holmer Hemsen.

Exploring ensemble dependency parsing to reduce manual annotation workload

Jessica Sohl and Heike Zinsmeister.

Different German and English Coreference Resolution Models for Multi-Domain Content Curation Scenarios

Ankit Srivastava, Sabine Weber, Peter Bourgonje and Georg Rehm.

Using argumentative structure to grade persuasive essays

Andreas Stiegelmayr and Margot Mieskes.

Word and sentence segmentation in German: Overcoming idiosyncrasies in the use of punctuation in private communication

Kyoko Sugisaki.

Fine-grained POS Tagging of German Social Media and Web Texts

Stefan Thater

Twitter Geolocation Prediction using Neural Networks

Philippe Thomas and Leonhard Hennig.

Developing a Stemmer for German Based on a Comparative Analysis of Publicly Available Stemmers

Leonie Weißweiler and Alexander Fraser.

Negation Modeling for German Polarity Classification

Michael Wiegand, Maximilian Wolf and Josef Ruppenhofer.