Talks

2009

Vandekerckhove, B., Sandra D., & Daelemans W. (2009).  An exemplar-based approach to sentence comprehension. Poster presented at the 22nd annual CUNY conference on human sentence processing (CUNY 2009), Davis, CA: UC Davis. Abstract
exemplar-based sentence processing
Vandekerckhove, B. (2009).  Towards an exemplar-based model of human sentence comprehension. Invited talk given at the Induction of Linguistic Knowledge Research Group (ILK), Tilburg, The Netherlands: University of Tilburg.
exemplar-based sentence processing

2008

De Smedt, T. (2008).  NodeBox 2. Presented at the AI & Creativity symposium, Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
gravital nodebox
De Smedt, T., De Bleser F., & Daelemans W. (2008).  NodeBox 2. Presented at The Agile Mind symposium, Flemish Academic Centre for Science and the Arts, Brussels, Belgium.
gravital nodebox
Hendrickx, I., Daelemans W., Luyckx K., Morante R., & Van Asch V. (2008).  CNTS: Memory-Based Learning of Generating Repeated References. Presented at the 5th International Natural Language Generation Conference (INLG 2008), Salt Fork, Ohio, USA.
Kloots, H. (2008).  Merk toch hoe sterk anno 1999. Sjwa-insertie in spontaan gesproken Standaardnederlands. Presented at the colloquium Jong Nederlands, organized at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.
Kloots, H. (2008).  Dialectpop in Vlaanderen. Presented at the symposium Dialect in de popmuziek, organized by the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (Benelux Branch) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Luyckx, K., & Daelemans W. (2008).  Using Syntactic Features to Predict Author Personality from Text. Presented at Digital Humanities 2008, Oulu, Finland.
stylometry
Luyckx, K., & Daelemans W. (2008).  Authorship Attribution and Verification with Many Authors and Limited Data. Presented at the 12th ATILA Research Meeting, Antwerp, Belgium.
stylometry
Luyckx, K. (2008).  Authorship Attribution on a Large Set of Authors. Presented at the 3rd Computational Linguistics in Flanders (CLIF) Symposium on Language and Speech Technology, Leuven, Belgium.
stylometry