Materials of DIALOGUE 2019



10:30 - 13:30

Different areas of Dialogue

Andrej Kibrik, Nikolay Korotaev, Olga Fedorova, Alexandra Evdokimova

Integrated multichannel annotation: A tool for analysing natural communication

Elena Chistova, Artem Shelmanov, Maria Kobozeva, Dina Pisarevskaya, Ivan Smirnov, Svetlana Toldova

Classification Models for RST Discourse Parsing of Texts in Russian

Igor Boguslavsky, Tatjana Frolova, Leonid Iomdin, Alexander Lazursky, Ivan Rygaev, Svetlana Timoshenko

Knowledge-based approach to Winograd Schema Challenge

Valentina Apresyan, Alexander Orlov

Semantic types of implicatures and their contextual triggers (based on the Corpus of News Headlines)



15:00 - 16:30 / Section 1

Computational discourse analysis

Sonia Badene, Catherine Thompson, Jean-Pierre JPL Lorré, Nicholas Asher

Learning multi-party discourse structure using weak supervision

Svetlana Toldova, Tatiana Davydova, Maria Kobozeva, Dina Pisarevskaya

Contrast and Comparison Relations in RST framework: the case of Russian

Viacheslav Dikonov

Simulation of background knowledge and bridging in Russian (v.2)

17:00 - 18:30 / Section 1

Vector models in linguistic research

Tatiana Shavrina

Word vector models as an object of linguistic research

Vadim Fomin, Daria Bakshandaeva, Julia Rodina, Andrey Kutuzov

Tracing cultural diachronic semantic shifts in Russian using word embeddings: test sets and baselines

Andrew Likhonosov, Eugene Indenbom, Maria Yudina

Automatic vocabulary positioning in a thesaurus

15:00 - 16:30 / Section 2

Corpus Linguistics

Olga Inkova

Annotation of parallel texts: the concept of divergent translation

Liubov Nesterenko, Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya

Multilingual parallel corpora as a source for quantitative cross-linguistic grammar research (the case of voice constructions)

Anatoly Baranov, Dmitry Dobrovolskij

Discursive words in corpus dimension (odnim slovom in the works of Dostoevsky and his contemporaries)

Antonina Laposhina, Tatiana Veselovskaya, Maria Lebedeva, Olga Kupreshchenko

Lexical Analysis of the Russian language textbooks for primary school: corpus study

Vera Podlesskaya

Prosody and grammar of clausal and VP coordination: the russian conjunction i (and) viewed through the prism of prosodically annotated corpus data

Natalia Stoynova

Some features of the completive prefix do- in Russian: theory faces empirical data


Program presentation and Welcome Party