Informationswissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie im Diskurs(WiSe12/13)


Wiebke Petersen
Isabella Peters
Sitzungen: Do. 16.30-20.00 Uhr in Raum

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Datum Thema Material
11.10.2012 Vorbesprechung
18.10.2012 Twitter & Altmetrics (Katrin Weller)
  • Weller, K., Dröge, E., & Puschmann, C. (2011). Citation Analysis in Twitter: Approaches for Defining and Measuring Information Flows within Tweets during Scientific Conferences. In Matthew Rowe, Milan Stankovic, Aba-Sah Dadzie, & Mariann Hardey (Eds.), Making Sense of Microposts (#MSM2011), Workshop at Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2011), Crete, Greece (pp. 1-12). CEUR Workshop Proceedings Vol. 718.
  • Dröge, E., Maghferat, P., Puschmann, C., Verbina, J., & Weller, K. (2011). Konferenz-Tweets. Ein Ansatz zur Analyse der Twitter-Kommunikation bei wisseschaftlichen Konferenzen. In Joachim Griesbaum, Thomas Mandl, Christa Womser-Hacker (Eds.), Information und Wissen: global, sozial und frei? Proceedings des 12. Internationalen Symposiums für Informationswissenchaft (pp. 98-110). Boizenburg: VWH.
25.10.2012 ENTFÄLLT
01.11.2012 ENTFÄLLT (Allerheiligen)
  • E-Learning (Lisa Beutelspacher)
  • Aktienkurse und Twitter: Aktienunternehmen zwischen Börsenkursen und Sentiments von Twitternutzern (Jens Terliesner)
  • Beutelspacher, L., & Stock, W.G. (2011). Construction and evaluation of a blended learning platform for higher education. In Kwan, R. et al. (Eds.), ICT 2011 (Communications in Computer and Information Science; 177) (pp. 109-122). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Beutelspacher, L. (2010). Interaktive Videos und Lernstandskontrollen in der akademischen Lehre. Information - Wissenschaft und Praxis, 61(8), 443-447.
  • Discontinuity in Treebanks (Miriam Käshammer, Wolfgang Maier)
  • Evaluation von Suchmaschinen (Pavel Sirotkin)
  • W. Maier and T. Lichte, “Characterizing Discontinuity in Constituent Treebanks,” in Formal Grammar. 14th International Conference, FG 2009. Bordeaux, France, July 25-26, 2009. Revised Selected Papers, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2011, pp. 167-182. (Link)
  • W. Maier, M. Kaeshammer, and L. Kallmeyer, “Data-Driven PLCFRS Parsing Revisited: Restricting the Fan-Out to Two,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms (TAG+11), Paris, France, 2012. (Link)
  • Turpin, A. and F. Scholer (2006). User Performance versus Precision Measures for Simple Search Tasks. Proceedings of the 29th Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval. Seattle, Washington, ACM: 11-18.
22.11.2012 Tagging (Isabella Peters)
  • Peters, I., Schumann, L., & Terliesner, J. (2012). Folksonomy-basiertes Information Retrieval unter der Lupe. Information. Wissenschaft & Praxis, 63(4), 273-280.
  • Peters, I., & Stock, W. (2008). Folksonomies in Wissensrepräsentation und Information Retrieval. Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 59(2), 77–90.
  • Structure and Implementation of a Digital Edition of the Astadhyayi (Wiebke Petersen & Simone Soubusta)
  • Enhancing Email Retrieval through Visualisation and Personalisation Techniques (Julia Verbina)
  • Petersen, W., Soubusta, S. (in print). Structure and Implementation of a Digital Edition of the Astadhyayi. Proceedings of the 5th International Sanskrit Computational Linguistics Symposium (2013), DK Printworld.
  • Petersen, W.(2008). Zur Minimalität von Paninis Sivasutras: eine Untersuchung mit Methoden der formalen Begriffsanalyse (Kapitel 2). Dissertationsschrift. (Link)
06.12.2012 Verschiedene Facetten des Embodiment (René Baston, Sami Raboun, Leonie Tonsen, Kai Fischer, Svenja Wiertz, Dominik Schmidt)
  • Shapiro, L. (2007). The Embodied Cognition Research Programme. Philosophy Compass, 2(2), 338–346.
  • Fischer, M. H.; & Zwaan, R. A.(2008). Embodied language: A review of the role of the motor system in language comprehension. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(6), 825—850.
  1. Frametheorie (Tanja Osswald)
  2. A Frame-based Semantics for LTAG (Timm Lichte & Julia Zinova)
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Für 2)
20.12.2012 Development of large-scale lexicons and lemmatizers for English and German using finite-state and constraint-grammar technology (Katina Bontcheva, Natalia Mamerow, Nicolas Kimm)
10.01.2013 Emotionales Information Retrieval (Kathrin Knautz, Tobias Siebenlist)
17.01.2013 Twitter & Diskursanalyse (Agnes Mainka)
  • Galanova, O., & Sommer, V. (2011). Neue Forschungsfelder im Netz. Erhebung, Archivierung und Analyse von Online-Diskursen als digitale Daten. In S. Schomburg, C. Leggewie, H. Lobin & C. Puschmann (Hrsg.), Digitale Wissenschaft: Stand und Entwicklung digital vernetzter Forschung in Deutschland (S. 89-97). Köln, DE: HBZ.
  • Mainka, A. (2012). Korpusbasierte Online-Dialoganalyse am Beispiel Twitter. In Proceedings of the 2. DGI 2012 Conference: Social Media und Web Science - Das Web als Lebensraum (pp. 179-193). Frankfurt a.M.: DGI.
  1. Semiautomatische Erweiterung eines Fachwörterbuchs (Pascal, Kai, Denis)
  2. Semiautomatische Erweiterung eines Arabischlexikons (Younes Samih)
31.01.2012 Abschlussbesprechung

Chair & Textvorstellung

Datum Chair Textvorstellung
11.10.2012 Vorbesprechung
18.10.2012 Anika Stallmann & Lisa Orszullok
25.10.2012 ENTFÄLLT
01.11.2012 ENTFÄLLT (Allerheiligen)
08.11.2012 Marie-Luise Fischer & Sandra Pyka
  • Text 8: Price 1963. Raimonds Freimanis
15.11.2012 Kai Koch (Treebanks) & Adriana Kosior (Suchmaschinen)
  • Text 1: Salton 1983. Lisa Orszullok
22.11.2012 Kaja J. Fietkiewicz
  • Text 4: Döring 2003. Daniel Witte
  • Text 44: Lakoff 1987. Cynthia Krzymyk
29.11.2012 Ulrike Ezold (Digital Edition) & Pascal Chave (Email Retrieval)
  • Text 27: Patanjali. Lennart Lamerz
  • Text 28: Wittgenstein 1921. Marie-Luise Fischer
06.12.2012 Cynthia Krzymyk
  • Text 19: Chomsky 1968. Ulrike Ezold
  • Text 12: Pinker 1994. Sarah Jacoby
13.12.2012 Daniel Witte (Frametheorie) & Sarah Jacoby (LTAG)
  • Text 48: Frege 1892. Adriana Kosior
  • Text 13: Bar-Hillel, Carnap 1953. Sandra Pyka
20.12.2012 Thorsten Förster
10.01.2013 Julia Göretz
  • Text 2: Kuhlen 1999. Anika Stallmann
  • Text 3: Capurro, Hjorland 2003. Chris Demmer
17.01.2013 Chris Demmer
  • Text 6: Otlet 1990. Hu Jingwen
  • Text 7: Briet 2006. Thorsten Förster
24.01.2013 Raimonds Freimanis & Lennart Lamerz Text 24: Katz, Fodor 1963. Kaja J. Fietkiewicz (Thesenpapier)
31.01.2012 Abschlussbesprechung