Sonderforschungsbereich 732:

Presentations of our SFB members in 2007

CLIN 17, Leuven,

Kristina Spranger:

Handling Syntactic Ambiguity by Syntactic Underspecification

Konferenz „Forces in Grammatical Structure“, ENS/Paris,

Fabienne Martin:

‘Non-agentive’ verbs presupposing an agent

DGfS-Jahrestagung, Siegen,

Fabienne Martin:

Polysemy in the psychological domain

GLOW-colloquium, Tromsø,

Florian Schäfer:

External Argument "Reduction" within a Configurational Theta Theory

GLDV-Tagung, Tübingen,

Kristina Spranger & Manuel Kountz:

Efficient Ambiguity-Handling using Underspecified Representations

GLDV Workshop “Lexical and Semantic Ressources”, Tübingen,

Sabine Schulte im Walde, Alissa Melinger, Andrea Weber, Michael Roth:

An Empirical characterisation of response types in German association norms

WCCFL 26, University of California, Berkeley,

Artemis Alexiadou & Elena Anagnostopoulou:

Structuring participles

double conference on: Contrast and Bidirectional Optimality Theory, ZAS/Berlin,

Torgrim Solstad:

Partial Blocking, Deblocking and Argument Structure

GGS-Konferenz, Konstanz,

Susanne Lohrmann:

Adjektivflexion und Definitheit im Skandinavischen

GGS-Konferenz, Konstanz,

Udo Klein

Funktionale Applikation und Kasusmarkierung

GGS-Konferenz, Konstanz,

Florian Schäfer & Artemis Alexiadou:

On the Realization of External Arguments in Nominalizations

Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City,

Travis Wade:

Perception of clear English fricatives

Workshop “New advances on plurality”, Paris,

Fabienne Martin:

Existential ‘des N’ and stative predicates

European Workshop in Natural Language Generation (ENLG), Dagstuhl/Saarland,

Martin Forst, Aoife Cahill & Christian Rohrer:

Stochastic Realisation Ranking for a Free Word Order Language

Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Prag,

Martin Forst:

Filling Statistics with Linguistics – Property Design for the Disambiguation of German LFG Parses


Sabine Schulte im Walde, Gemma Boleda & Toni Badia:

Modelling Polysemy in Adjective Classes by Multi-Label Classification (Poster) 

Workshop on Different Kinds of Specificity Across Languages: "Funny Indefinites", ZAS, Berlin,

Fabienne Martin:

A particular/a certain N. Evidence from French

LFG07, Stanford,

Aoife Cahill, Martin Forst & Christian Rohrer:

Designing Features for Parse Disambiguation and Realisation Ranking

Workshop „Empirical approaches to morphological Case“, Stanford,

Klaus von Heusinger & Georg Kaiser:

Case alternations and verbal classes in Spanish

CL2007: The fourth Corpus Linguistics conference, Birmingham

Manuel Kountz, Ulrich Heid & Kristina Spranger:

Automatic Sortal Interpretation of German Nominalisations with -ung: Towards using underspecified Representations in Corpora

ESSLLI 2007, Trinity College, Dublin,

Sabine Schulte im Walde:

Introduction to Corpus-based Computational Semantics

Workshop “Exemplar Based Models of Language Acquisition and Use”, ESSLLI, Dublin

Michael Walsh, Hinrich Schütze, Travis Wade & Bernd Möbius:

Accounting for Phonetic and Syntactic Phenomena in a Multi-Level Competitive Interaction Model

ICPhS XVI, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken,

Travis Wade:

Implicit rate and speaker normalization in a context-rich phonetic exemplar model

ICPhS XVI, Saarbrücken,

Michael Walsh, Hinrich Schütze, Bernd Möbius & Antje Schweitzer:

An exemplar-theoretic account of syllable frequency effects

Workshop “Quantifier Modification”, ESSLLI, Dublin,

Fabienne Martin:

More on specific modifiers

CSLP@Context 07: 4th International Workshop on Constraints and Language Processing, Roskilde,

Kristina Spranger & Uli Heid:

Applying Constraints derived from the Context in the process of Incremental Sortal Specification of German ung-Nominalisations

2nd Congress of the Slavic Linguistic Society, Berlin,

Ljudmila Geist:

Object Case-Marking in Russian from a Typological Perspective

Interspeech, Antwerpen,

Travis Wade & Bernd Möbius:

Speaking rate effects in a land-mark-based phonetic exemplar model

Konferenz „Les Adjectifs/ Adjectives“, Université Lille 3,

Fabienne Martin:

On the distribution of the imparfait with stage level predicates in French

Sinn und Bedeutung, Universität Oslo,

Arndt Riester:

A semantic explication of Information Status and the under-specification of the recipient’s knowledge

Sinn und Bedeutung, Universität Oslo,

Ljudmila Geist:

Specificity in the system of indefinite pronouns in Russian

LingO, Oxford,

Susanne Lohrmann:

The role of adjectival inflection in Scandinavian

XXX. Romanistentag, „Romanistik in der Gesellschaft“, Universität Wien,

Edgar Onea:

Focus and Clitic Doubling in Romanian

RANLP, Borovets/ Bulgarien,

Lukas Michelbacher,Stefan Ewert & Hinrich Schütze:

Asymmetric Association Measures

RANLP, Borovets/ Bulgarien,

Dennis Spohr & Tanja Mathis:

Corpus-Driven Enhancement of a BCI Spelling Component (Poster)

RANLP, Borovets/ Bulgarien,

Kristina Spranger:

Combining Deterministic Processing with Ambiguity-Awareness

Mediterranian Morphology Meeting, Ithaca, Griechenland,

Klaus von Heusinger & Christoph Schwarze:

Italian V+N compounds in a two-level semantics

7e Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris, ENS, Paris,

Gianina Iordachioaia & Elena Soare:

Two Kinds of Event Plurals: Evidence from Romanian Nominalizations

Workshop “Micro-variation within DP”, Utrecht University,

Artemis Alexiadou:

On the distribution of multiple definite determiners in Greek

Jahrestagung Deutsche Gesellschaft für Fremdsprachenforschung, Universität Gießen,

Annette Schaupp, Uli Heid & Elisa Corino:

Metadaten für Lernerkorpora: Typen – Architektur – Abfrage-möglichkeiten, am Beispiel des VALICO-Korpus

International Colloquium on Ibero-Romance Historical Corpora, Palma de Mallorca,

Udo Klein:

The evolution of Differential Object Marking in Spanish. A corpus-based approach

NELS 38, Ottawa University,

Artemis Alexiadou, Elena Anagnostopoulou & Florian Schäfer:

PP-Licensing in Nominalizations

NELS 38, Ottawa University,

Florian Schäfer:

The Oblique-causer construction across Languages

NELS 38, Ottawa University,

Torgrim Solstad:

Event-passives (Poster)

Semantics Beyond Set Theory, ENS/CNRS, Paris,

Fabienne Martin & Alda Mari:

Tense and actuality entailment

Workshop “Case, Word Order and Prominence in Argument Structure”, Nijmegen,

Klaus von Heusinger, Dolgor Guntsetseg & Udo Klein:

Case in Conflict

Workshop “nominal and verbal plurality”, Paris 8/CNRS,

Artemis Alexiadou, Gianina Iordachioaia & Elena Soare:

Plural Marking in Argument Supporting Nominalizations

FDSL-7, Universität Leipzig,

Ljudmila Geist:

Specificity types in Russian

Going Romance 2007, Universität Amsterdam,

Artemis Alexiadou & Mihaela Marchis:

On the properties of the cel adjectival construction in Romanian

Going Romance 2007, Universität Amsterdam,

Fabienne Martin & Alda Mari:

Perfective vs imperfective in French: kinds of abilities and actuality entailment

Going Romance 2007, Universität Amsterdam,

Gianina Iordachioaia & Elena Soare:

Pluractionality in Romanian Event Nominalizations: Implications for Grimshaw’s Generalization

Amsterdam Colloquium 2007, Universität Amsterdam,

Fabienne Martin & Alda Mari:

Tense, abilities and actuality entailment

Amsterdam Colloquium 2007, Universität Amsterdam,

Ljudmila Geist & Edgar Onea:

Specificity and implicatures

University of Potsdam, Linguistics Department,

Arndt Riester & Katrin Schweitzer:

Incremental Specification of Focus and Givenness

Universität Potsdam, Institut für Linguistik,

Sabine Schulte im Walde:

Automatic Induction of Semantic Verb Classes incorporating Selectional Preferences (Invited Talk)

Universität des Saarlandes, Institut für Computerlinguistik und Phonetik,

Sabine Schulte im Walde:

An Empirical Characterisation of Response Types in German Association Norms (Invited Talk)

Universität Konstanz, Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft,

Sabine Schulte im Walde:

An Empirical Characterisation of Response Types in German Association Norms (Invited Talk)

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Grup de Lingüística Computacional,

Sabine Schulte im Walde:

Characterising Response Types and Revealing Noun Ambiguity in German Association Norms (Invited Talk)