Program

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Wednesday, September 26th

  • 8h30 – 9h15 : Registration and welcome
  • 9h15 – 9h30 : Opening remarks
  • 9h30 – 11h00 : Tutorial by David Chiang (Univ. of Southern California)

Synchronous Grammars

  • Coffee
  • 11h30 – 13h00 : Tutorial by Vera Demberg (Univ. of Saarland)

Tree-Adjoining Grammars from a Psycholinguistic Perspective

  • Lunch

LCFRS+: Linear Context-Free Rewriting Systems and Related Formalisms

  • Coffee

Trees abound: A primer on tree automata and tree transducers

Thursday, September 27th

  • 8h30 – 9h00 : Registration
  • 9h00 – 10h00 : Invited Talk by Bonnie Webber (Univ. of Edinburgh)
    Chair: Laurence Danlos

Alternatives, Discourse Semantics and Discourse Structure

  • Coffee
  • 10h20 – 12h20 : Talk Session on Syntax/Semantics
    Chair: Vera Demberg



  Delayed Tree-Locality, Set-locality, and Clitic Climbing
Joan Chen-Main (Univ. of Pennsylvania), Tonia Bleam (Univ. of Maryland) and Aravind Joshi (Univ. of Pennsylvania)

  Deriving syntax-semantics mappings: node linking, type shifting and scope ambiguity
Dennis Ryan Storoshenko (Yale University) and Robert Frank (Yale University)

  Tree Adjunction as Minimalist Lowering
Thomas Graf (UCLA)

  A Frame-Based Semantics of Locative Alternation in LTAG
Yulia Zinova (Univ. of Düsseldorf) and Laura Kallmeyer (Univ. of Düsseldorf)

  • Lunch
  • 13h50 – 15h20 : Talk Session on Formalisms
    Chair: Andreas Maletti

  A Logical Characterization of Extended TAGs
Uwe Mönnich (Univ. of Tübingen)

  Synchronous Tree Unification Grammar
Timm Lichte (Univ. of Düsseldorf)

  Synchronous Context-Free Tree Grammars
Mark-Jan Nederhof (Univ. of St Andrews) and Heiko Vogler (Univ. of Dresden)

  • 15h20 – 15h40 : Poster Quickfire Session
    Chair: Fei Xia

  Incremental Neo-Davidsonian semantic construction for TAG
Asad Sayeed (Univ. of Saarland), and Vera Demberg (Univ. of Saarland)

  Representing Focus in LTAG
Kata Balogh (Univ. of Düsseldorf)

  Describing São Tomense Using a Tree-Adjoining Meta-Grammar
Emmanuel Schang (Univ. of Orléans), Denys Duchier (Univ. of Orléans), Brunelle Magnana Ekoukou (Univ. of Orléans), Yannick Parmentier (Univ. of Orléans) and Simon Petitjean (Univ. of Orléans)

  An Attempt Towards Learning Semantics: Distributional Learning of IO Context-Free Tree Grammars
Ryo Yoshinaka (Univ. of Kyoto)

  • Poster session and Coffee
  • 16h30 – 18h00 : Talk Session on Derivation Trees and Applications
    Chair: Uwe Mönnich

  Delayed Tree Locality and the Status of Derivation Structures
Joan Chen-Main (Univ. of Pennsylvania)

  A Formal Model for Plausible Dependencies in Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammar
Laura Kallmeyer (Univ. of Düsseldorf) and Marco Kuhlmann (Univ. of Uppsala)

  Using FB-LTAG Derivation Trees to Generate Transformation-Based Grammar Exercises
Claire Gardent (CNRS/LORIA, Nancy) and Laura Perez-Beltrachini (Univ. of Lorraine)

Friday, September 28th

  • 8h30 – 9h00 : Registration
  • 9h00 – 10h00 : Invited Talk by Kevin Knight (Univ. of Southern California)
    Chair: Khalil Sima'an

Transformation Frameworks for Machine Translation: Strings, Trees, and Graphs

  • Coffee
  • 10h30 – 12h30 : Talk Session on Parsing
    Chair: Pierre Boullier

  PLCFRS Parsing Revisited: Restricting the Fan-Out to Two
Wolfgang Maier (Univ. of Düsseldorf), Miriam Kaeshammer (Univ. of Düsseldorf) and Laura Kallmeyer (Univ. of Düsseldorf)

  Decomposing TAG Algorithms Using Simple Algebraizations
Alexander Koller (Univ. of Postdam) and Marco Kuhlmann (Uppsala Univ.)

  Practical Parsing of Parallel Multiple Context-Free Grammars
Peter Ljunglöf (Gothenburg & Chalmers Univ. of Technology)

  Idioms and extended transducers
Gregory M. Kobele (Univ. of Chicago)

  • Lunch
  • 14h00 – 15h30 : Talk Session on Grammar Extraction, Grammar Induction
    Chair: Marco Kuhlmann

  Creating a Tree Adjoining Grammar from a Multilayer Treebank
Rajesh Bhatt (Univ. of Massachusetts), Owen Rambow (Columbia Univ.) and Fei Xia (Univ. of Washington)

  Search Space Properties for Learning a Class of Constraint-based Grammars
Smaranda Muresan (Rutgers Univ.)

  State-Split for Hypergraphs with an Application to Tree Adjoining Grammars
Johannes Osterholzer (Univ. of Dresden), and Torsten Stüber (Univ. of Dresden)

  • 15h30 – 15h50 : Poster Quickfire Session
    Chair: Alexander Koller

  Is Syntactic Binding Rational?
Thomas Graf (UCLA) and Natasha Abner (UCLA)

  Incremental Derivations in CCG
Vera Demberg (Univ. of Saarland)

  On the Form-Meaning Relations Definable by CoTAGs
Gregory M. Kobele (Univ. of Chicago) and Jens Michaelis (Univ. of Bielefeld)

  A linguistically-motivated 2-stage Tree to Graph Transformation
Corentin Ribeyre (INRIA-Alpage), Djamé Seddah (INRIA-Alpage & Paris-Sorbonne) and Éric Villemonte de la Clergerie (INRIA-Alpage)

  • Poster session and Coffee
  • 16h30 – 17h30 : Talk Session on Syntax/Semantics
    Chair: Laura Kallmeyer

  Scope Economy and TAG Locality
Michael Freedman (Yale Univ.)

  The Shape of Elementary Trees and Scope Possibilities in STAG
Robert Frank (Yale Univ.) and Dennis Ryan Storoshenko (Yale Univ.)

  • 17h30 – 17h45 : Closing remarks
 
 
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