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7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATISTICAL LANGUAGE AND SPEECH PROCESSING


SLSP 2019


Ljubljana, Slovenia


October 14-16, 2019


Co-organized by:


Jožef Stefan Institute


Institute for Research Development, Training and Advice (IRDTA), Brussels/London


http://slsp2019.irdta.eu/


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PROGRAM


Monday, October 14


09:00 - 09:30    Registration


09:30 - 09:40    Opening


09:40 - 10:30    Jure Leskovec. Learning and Reasoning with Knowledge Graphs - Invited lecture


10:30 - 11:00    Break


11:00 - 12:40


Izidor Mlakar, Darinka Verdonik, Simona Majhenic and Matej Rojc. Towards Pragmatic Understanding of Conversational Intent: A Multimodal Annotation Approach to Multiparty Informal Interaction – the EVA Corpus


Matthieu Riou, Bassam Jabaian, Stéphane Huet and Fabrice Lefèvre. Lilia, a Showcase for Fast Bootstrap of Conversation-like Dialogues Based on a Goal-oriented System


Natalia Tomashenko, Antoine Caubrière, Yannick Estève, Antoine Laurent and Emmanuel Morin. Recent Advances in End-to-end Spoken Language Understanding


Adrien Bardet, Fethi Bougares and Loïc Barrault. A Study on Multilingual Transfer Learning in Neural Machine Translation: Finding the Balance between Languages


12:40 - 14:10    Lunch


14:10 - 15:25


Daphné Chopard and Irena Spasic. A Deep Learning Approach to Self-expansion of Abbreviations Based on Morphology and Context Distance


Ondrej Herman, Miloš Jakubícek, Vojtech Kovár and Pavel Rychlý. Word Sense Induction Using Word Sketches


Tatiana Kachkovskaia. Temporal "Declination" in Different Types of IPs in Russian: Preliminary Results


15:25 - 15:55    Break


15:55 - 16:45


Sammy Khalife, Leo Liberti and Michalis Vazirgiannis. Geometry and Analogies: A Study and Propagation Method for Word Representations


Blaž Škrlj and Senja Pollak. Language Comparison via Network Topology


16:45 - 17:00    Break


17:00 - 17:40    Poster session I


Abdulrahman Alqarafi and Kevin Swingler. Arabic Multi-dialects Multi-modal Sentiment Analysis

Andrejaana Andova and Mitja Luštrek. Four Attempts at Cross-dataset Speech Emotion Recognition

Leila Ben Letaifa, Mikel de Velasco, Raquel Justo and M. Inés Torres. First Steps to Develop a Corpus of Interactions between Elderly and Virtual Agents in Spanish with Emotion Labels

Fuad Mire Hassan and Mark Lee. Multi-stage Stance Detection using Classical and Deep Learning Approaches


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Tuesday, October 15


09:00 - 09:50    Alexandros Potamianos. Emotion and Behavioral Tracking in the Lab and in the Wild - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:20    Break


10:20 - 11:35


Rimah Amami, Hassan Eraky and Rim Amami. An Incremental System for Voice Pathology Detection Combining Possibilistic SVM and HMM


Ascensión Gallardo-Antolín and Juan Montero. External Attention LSTM Models for Cognitive Load Classification from Speech


Dominik Machácek, Jonáš Kratochvíl, Tereza Vojtechová and Ondrej Bojar. A Speech Test Set of Practice Business Presentations with Additional Relevant Texts


11:35 - 12:05    Break


12:05 - 12:55


Meysam Shamsi, Damien Lolive, Nelly Barbot and Jonathan Chevelu. Investigating the Relation between Voice Corpus Design and Hybrid Synthesis under Reduction Constraint


Nirayo Hailu Gebreegziabher and Andreas Nuernberger. An Amharic Syllable-based Speech Corpus for Continuous Speech Recognition


12:55 - 14:25    Group photo and Lunch


14:25 - 15:40


Diana Geneva, Georgi Shopov and Stoyan Mihov. Building an ASR Corpus Based on Bulgarian Parliament Speeches


Jens Heitkaemper, Thomas Feher, Michael Freitag and Reinhold Haeb-Umbach. A Study on Online Source Extraction in the Presence of Changing Speaker Positions


Sean Robertson, Gerald Penn and Yingxue Wang. Improving Speech Recognition with Drop-in Replacements for f-bank Features


15:40 - 16:10    Break


16:10 - 17:00


Balázs Tarján, György Szaszák, Tibor Fegyó and Péter Mihajlik. Investigation on N-gram Approximated RNNLMs for Recognition of Morphologically Rich Speech


Jan Vanek, Josef Michalek and Josef Psutka. Tuning of Acoustic Modeling and Adaptation Technique for a Real Speech Recognition Task


17:00 - 17:15    Break


17:15 - 17:55    Poster session II


Denis Memmesheimer and Karin Harbusch. Analytical and Visual Support Choosing the Optimal k for Top k Parse Reordering in Natural Language Ambiguity Resolution

Shamila Nasreen and Matthew Purver. Interaction Patterns in Conversations with Alzheimer's Patients

Rémi Uro, Marc Evrard, Nicolas Hervé and Béatrice Mazoyer. The Constitution of a French Tweet Corpus for Automatic Stance Detection

Olga Yakovenko and Ivan Bondarenko. Convolutional Variational Autoencoders for Audio Feature Representation in Speech Recognition Systems


18:00 - 20:00    Touristic visit


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Wednesday, October 16


09:00 - 09:50    Odette Scharenborg. The Representation and Processing of Speech in Human Listeners and Deep Neural Network-based Automatic Speech Recognition Systems - Invited lecture


09:50 - 10:20    Break


10:20 - 11:35


Luís Barbosa, João Filgueiras, Gil Rocha, Henrique Lopes Cardoso, Luis Paulo Reis, João Pedro Machado, Ana Cristina Caldeira and Ana Maria Oliveira. Automatic Identification of Economic Activities in Complaints


Rajarshi Biswas, Michael Barz, Aditya Mogadala, Dietrich Klakow and Daniel Sonntag. Automatic Judgement of Neural Network-Generated Image Captions


Fuad Mire Hassan and Mark Lee. Imbalanced Stance Detection by Combining Deep Learning and External Features


11:35 - 11:50    Break


11:50 - 13:05


Kristian Miok, Dong Nguyen-Doan, Blaž Škrlj, Daniela Zaharie and Marko Robnik-Šikonja. Prediction Uncertainty Estimation for Hate Speech Classification


Polina Panicheva and Tatiana Litvinova. Authorship Attribution in Russian in Real-World Forensics Scenario


Blaž Škrlj, Andraž Repar and Senja Pollak. RaKUn: Rank-based Keyword Detection via Unsupervised Learning and Meta Vertex Aggregation


13:05 - 13:15    Closing


13:15    Lunch

 
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