Workshop on text and citation analysis for scholarly digital libraries (NLPIR4DL)
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The inaugural workshop at ACL-IJCNLP 09 in Singapore, 7 August 2009
- 11 Nov 09 - The video for the invitated talk is now online
- 11 Aug 09 - Slides for the invited talk and other oral session talks are being put online
- 8 Aug 09 - The workshop is over! Thanks for your support. Send us your slides and links to demos for archiving if you wish.
- 14 Jul 09 - Demo session
and session chairs are announced.
- 14 Jun 09 - The workshop program and pre-archive of the papers
of the workshop are online!
- 13 Jun 09 - We are happy to announce that
Dr. Rick Lee, Operations Manager for the World Scientific Publishing
Company, will be giving an invited talk for our workshop -- please
plan to attend, it should be exciting!
- 3 Jun 09 - List of accepted papers are now online. Authors of
accepted papers: please upload your final version of your accepted
paper no later than 7 June 09. Please also respond to the request to
pre-archive your papers. Thank you!
- 1 Jun 09 - Most paper acceptances have been sent out. Please
note the camera ready deadline and the separate email sent out to
accepted authors with regards to action items. Hope to see you soon!
- 1 May 09 - Due to multiple requests, we have extended the
deadline for the workshop submission to 4 May 2009 (at 23:59 GMT+7).
Please ensure your submission reaches the electronic submission site
as there is a auto cutoff.
- 30 Apr 09 - We will accept the submission of papers that are
also submitted elsewhere, but request that authors who have
doubly-submitted their paper or are planning on double submission to send
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
to inform us of this fact.
- 24 Apr 09 - Please note that workshop submissions should be
full-length papers with a maximum of eight pages plus references.
Research articles as well as studies that incorporate subjective
opinion / position statements are also welcomed. Also please note, we
have removed the clause about anonymous citations not being allowed.
- 22 Apr 09 - The submission
site for the workshop is now open!
- 17 Apr 09 - Please note that submissions must follow double
blind review format. Please format your paper and citations
accordingly. For details see below and in the sample style files.
- 12 Jan 09 - The workshop date has been finalized as 7 Aug 2009,
which is a Friday. Style files for submissions
have also been put up.
Workshop Program and Paper Archive
Friday, August 7, 2009
|9:10–10:00||Invited Talk by Rick Lee of the World Scientific Publishing Company
[ Slides .ppt .htm .pdf ] [ New! Video Lo Res (.wmv) ]
| ||Session 1: Metadata and Content (Session Chair: Bonnie Webber)|
|10:30–10:55||Researcher affiliation extraction from homepages|
István Nagy, Richárd Farkas and Márk Jelasity
[ Slides .ptt .htm .pdf ] [ Home Page Corpus ]
|10:55–11:20||Anchor Text Extraction for Academic Search>|
Shuming Shi, Fei Xing, Mingjie Zhu, Zaiqing Nie and Ji-Rong Wen
|11:20–11:45||Accurate Argumentative Zoning with Maximum Entropy models|
Stephen Merity, Tara Murphy and James R. Curran
|11:45–12:10||Classification of Research Papers into a Patent Classification System Using Two Translation Models|
Hidetsugu Nanba and Toshiyuki Takezawa
| ||Session 2: Systems (Session Chair: Manabu Okumura)|
|13:50–14:15||Detecting key sentences for automatic assistance in peer reviewing research articles in educational sciences|
Ágnes Sándor and Angela Vorndran
[ Slides (.pdf) ] [ Demo of highlighted papers (.zip) ]
|14:15–14:40||Designing a Citation-Sensitive Research Tool: An Initial Study of Browsing-Specific Information Needs|
Stephen Wan, Cécile Paris, Michael Muthukrishna and Robert Dale
|14:40–15:05||The ACL Anthology Network|
Dragomir R. Radev, Pradeep Muthukrishnan and Vahed Qazvinian
|15:05–15:30||NLP Support for Faceted Navigation in Scholarly Collection|
Marti A. Hearst and Emilia Stoica
[ Slides .ppt .htm .pdf ]
| ||Session 3: Citation Support (Session Chair: Robert Dale)|
|16:00–16:25||FireCite: Lightweight real-time reference string extraction from webpages|
Ching Hoi Andy Hong, Jesse Prabawa Gozali and Min-Yen Kan
[ Slides (.pdf) ] [ Firefox 3 Extension ]
|16:25–16:50||Citations in the Digital Library of Classics: Extracting Canonical References by Using Conditional Random Fields|
Matteo Romanello, Federico Boschetti and Gregory Crane
[ Slides (.pdf) ] [ CREFEX software site @ Google Code ]
|16:50–17:15||Automatic Extraction of Citation Contexts for Research Paper Summarization: A Coreference-chain based Approach|
Dain Kaplan, Ryu Iida and Takenobu Tokunaga
|17:15–18:00||Informal Demonstration Session -- Wrap up|