Informationswissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie im Diskurs(WiSe13/14)


Wolfgang G. Stock
Wiebke Petersen
Sitzungen: Di. 16.30-20.00 Uhr in Raum Seminarraum im Container

Literaturempfehlung - Klassiker (nicht alphabetisch sortiert)

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Datum Thema Material
15.10.2013 Vorbesprechung
22.10.2013 ENTFÄLLT
29.10.2013 Gamification in der Hochschullehre - Simone Soubusta
05.11.2013 Grundlagen einer Kritik der linguistischen Vernunft - Christian Wurm
12.11.2013 Combining Social Information for Academic Networking - Tamara Heck
19.11.2013 Formalisierung von Frames - Tanja Osswald und Wiebke Petersen
26.11.2013 Informationskompetenz im Kindergarten. Wie kann man methodisch vorgehen? - Sonja Gust von Loh
10.12.2013 Methodology of Informational City Research. Grounded Theory as Solution? - Kaja Fietkiewicz
17.12.2013 Argumentlinking und erweiterte Lokalität - Timm Lichte
07.01.2014 Astadhyayi: Paninis Sanskritgrammatik - Oliver Hellwig und Wiebke Petersen
14.01.2014 MEMOSE - Spezialsuchmaschine für emotional geladene Dokumente - Tobias Siebenlist.
21.01.2014 Jugendschutz im Internet
28.01.2014 (1) Entwicklung eines Testinstruments zur Erfassung der Informationskompetenz - Lisa Beutelspacher
(2) LIFE - Oliver Hanraths
04.02.2014 Parsing beyond CFG

Chair & Textvorstellung

Datum Textvorstellung Chair
15.10.2013 / /
22.10.2013 ENTFÄLLT /
29.10.2013 / Patrick Hommers
05.11.2013 Laura Schumann
  • (Text 50, Grice:"Meaning")
Oliver Hanraths
12.11.2013 Stéphanie Bühnsack
  • (Text 62, Fine: ‘Vagueness, Truth and Logic’)
Rafael Ehren
19.11.2013 Sarah Weidner (Text 48, Frege: "Über Sinn und Bedeutung") Stéphanie Bühnsack
26.11.2013 Patrick Hommers
  • (Text 3, Capurro & Birger: The Concept of Information)
Sarah Weidner
10.12.2013 Oliver Hanraths
  • (Text 9, Alesso, Smith & Craig: Thinking on the Web)

Steffen Rölike
  • (Text 4, Döring: Sozialpsychologie des Internet)
Anja Wintermeyer
17.12.2013 Anika Westburg
  • (Text 42, Berlin, Brent & Kay: Basic Color Terms: Their Universality and Evolution)
Kai Koch
  • (Text 5, Ingwersen & Järvelin: The turn: integration of information seeking and retrieval in context) (Slides)
Steffen Rölike und Patrick Simon
07.01.2014 Patrick Simon
  • (Text 51, Humboldt: Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaus und ihren Einfluss auf die geistige Entwicklung des Menschengeschlechts) (Slides)
Anika Westburg
14.01.2014 Murat Yurt
  • (Text 2, Kuhlen: Die Konsequenzen der Informationsassistenten)
Laura Schumann und Murat Yurt
21.01.2014 Amir Ouadahi
  • (Text 12, Pinker: The Language Instinct: The New Science of Language and Mind)

Anja Wintermeyer
  • (Text 72, Karttunen: Conventional implicature)
Diana Panics
28.01.2014 Piotr Zawadzki
  • (Text 8, Price: Little Science, Big Science)
Amir Ouadahi und Kai Koch
04.02.2014 Rafael Ehren
  • (Text 22, Jackendoff: Foundations of Language: Brain, Meaning, Grammar, Evolution)

Diana Panics
  • (Text 44, Lakoff: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things)
Piotr Zawadzki