Materials of DIALOGUE 2019

10:00-12:00 / Section 1

DialogEvaluation: Special session on results of testing Automatic Gapping Resolution systems for Russian

Ivan Smurov, Maria Ponomareva, Tatiana Shavrina, Kira Droganova

AGRR-2019: Automatic Gapping Resolution for Russian

Ilya Belkin

BERT finetuning and graph modeling for gapping resolution

Anton Emelyanov, Ekaterina Artyomova

Gapping parsing using pretrained embeddings, attention mechanism and NCRF

Andrey Movsesyan

An Attention-based Approach to Automatic Gapping Resolution for Russian

Alexey Sorokin

Filling the gaps with rules and parsers

12:30 - 13:30 / Section 1

Classification, clustering

Mikhail Bulygin, Serge Sharoff

Applying an automatic FTD classifier to the annotation of the GICR corpus

Petr Rossyaykin, Natalia Loukachevitch

Measure clustering approach to MWE extraction

10:00-13:30 / Section 2

Corpus-Based Lexical Semantics

Daniel Tiskin

Possessive Pronouns in Russian Object Noun Phrases

Maria Polinsky, Irina Levontina

Driving us crazy with your infinitives! The rise of a new causative construction in Russian

Irina Mikaelian, Anna A. Zalizniak

Derivative meanings of the Russian indefinite adverb kak-to: a corpus-based study

Irina Levontina

Relaxing cooccurrence restrictions: The distribution of the Russian particle –ka

Elena Gorbova

Regularity of the secondary imperfectivation of russian prefixal perfectives (the case of pro-, u- and s(о) verbs)

Anna A. Zalizniak, Elena Paducheva

Russian chto-to as a discourse marker



15:00-16:00 / Invited Speaker

Piek Vossen (Vrije Universiteit (VU)

A communicative robot to learn about us and the world

16:30-18:00 / Section 1

Computational Document Analysis

Mikhail Tikhomirov, Natalia Loukachevitch, Boris Dobrov

Assessing Theme Adherence in Student Thesis

Maxim Stankevich, Ivan Smirnov, Yuliya Kuznetsova, Natalia Kiselnikova, Sergey Enikolopov

Predicting Depression from Essays in Russian

Denis Zubarev, Ilya Sochenkov

Cross-language text alignment for plagiarism detection based on contextual and context-free models

Dina Pisarevskaya, Boris Galitsky

An Anatomy of a Lie: Discourse Patterns in Ultimate Deception Dataset

16:30-18:30 / Section 2

Linguistic Speech Analysis

Ilya Chechuro, Olga Lyashevskaya

A simple fingerprint approach to extracting the global prosodic properties from field data

Boris Lobanov

Analysis of prosodic features of the emotional intonation using “intontrainer” system (on the example of russian phrases)

Sergey Knyazev, Polina Malykhina

Evolution of dialectal unstressed vowels’ system in Moscow: 4 generations

Olga Krivnova, Olga Smirnova

Introspective and perceptual labeling of prosodic phrasing (a comparative analysis on the material of r. I. Avanesov texts collection)

19:00 - 21:00 / Round table

Human-Computer Interaction – what has changed in 50 years

moderated by Artemy Kotov