Materials of DIALOGUE 2019

10:00-11:30 / Section 1

DialogEvaluation: Special Session on results of testing Anaphora analysis systems for Russian

Egor Budnikov, Svetlana Toldova, Daria Zvereva, Daria Maximova

Ru-Eval-2019: Evaluating Anaphora and Coreference Resolution for Russian

The Anh Le, Maksim Petrov, Yury Kuratov, Mikhail Burtsev

Sentence Level Representation and Language Models in the task of Coreference Resolution for Russian

Evgeniya Inshakova

An anaphora resolution system for Russian based on ETAP-4 linguistic processor

Artem Gryaznov, Alexander Sboev

Сoreference Resolution in Russian Using an Ensemble of Deep Neural Networks with Word Vector Representation Models

12:00 - 13:30

DialogEvaluation: Special Session on results of testing Automatic news headlines generation systems

Valentin Malykh, Pavel Kalaidin

Headline Generation Shared Task on Dialogue’2019

Ilya Gusev

Importance of Copying Mechanism for News Headline Generation

Matvey Stepanov

News headline generation using stems, lemmas and grammemes

Andrey Sokolov

Phrase-Based Attentional Transformer for Headline Generation

10:00-13:30 / Section 2

Formal models of language

Anton Zimmerling

The Corpus Grammar of Russian QPs

Ekaterina Lyutikova, Anastasia Gerasimova

Postpositional constructions in Tatar: Methodologies for measuring intralingual variation

Leonid Iomdin

Adding to the treasury of Russian microsyntactic curiosities: two antonymic syntactic idioms with comparatives

Galina Kustova

Conceptualization of non-fully controlled situations: verbs and pronouns

Olga Pekelis

The word èto in a wh-question: on the differences between a pronoun and a particle

Valentina Apresyan

Pragmatics in the interpretation of scope in written russian texts

13:30 - 15:00


15:00 - 16:00 / Invited Speaker

Chris Biemann (University of Hamburg )

Interpretable adaptive language technology

16:30 - 18:30 / Section 1

Deep learning in NLP Tasks

Pavel Dudarin

An Approach to Customization of Pre-Trained Neural Network Language Model to Specific Domain

Yury Kuratov, Mikhail Arkhipov

Adaptation of Deep Bidirectional Multilingual Transformers for Russian Language

Dilyara Baymurzina, Denis Kuznetsov, Mikhail Burtsev

Language Model Embeddings Improve Sentiment Analysis in Russian

Denis Tarasov, Tatyana Matveeva, Nailia Galiullina

Language models for unsupervised acquisition of medical knowledge from natural language texts: application for diagnosis prediction

17:00 - 18:30 / Section 2

Computational semantics and lexicography

Elena Uryson

Аналогия в семантике и проблемы семантического метаязыка: значение существительного ВНИМАНИЕ

Boris Iomdin

Criteria of semantic complexity of words

Alexander Piperski

Authorship Attribution with a Very Naïve Bayes Model and What It Can Tell Us about Russian Poetry

Maria Voznesenskaja, Elena Shmeleva

On a new dictionary “intertextual vocabulary of modern Russian”: paper vs. Multimedia

19:00 - 21:00 / Round table

Brave New DL World: is there a place for NLP in it?

moderated by Boris Dobrov