CRiLL-HL Program Details

Schedule
8:45-9:00
Welcoming reception

9:00-09:20
Speaker: Stefanie Dipper
Authors: Florian Petran, Thomas Klein, Stefanie Dipper and Marcel Bollmann
Title: REM: A reference corpus of Middle High German — corpus compilation, annotation, visualization and searching

09:20-09:40
Speaker: Roland Mittmann
Author: Roland Mittmann
Title: Automated reconciliation of the phonological stage of Old High German words

09:40-10:00
Speaker: Lars Döhling
Author: Lars Döhling, Manuel Burghardt and Christian Wolff
Title: Introducing PaLaFra – A Project on the Creation and Analysis of an Electronic Corpus of Historical Texts of Old French and Late Latin

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-10:50
Speaker: Marija Lazar
Author: Marija Lazar
Title: Crossing “Bridges”: Modelling Inter-Slavic Language Continua in the Corpora of Medieval Legal Texts

10:50-11:10
Speaker: Oleg Borisenko
Author: Julia Normanskaja and Oleg Borisenko
Title: «The analysis of new archival and field data on the Samoyed languages»

11:10-11:30
Speaker: Patrick Brendon Pearson
Authors: Patrick Brendon Pearson, Kristian Heal and Deryle W. Lonsdale
Title: Corpus support for variable second-position clitics in Syriac

11:30-11:50
Speaker: Ergin Öpengin
Author: Ergin Öpengin
Title: Corpus of pre-1800 texts in Kurdish: Inferences on early-modern Kurmanji

12:00-13:30 Lunch Break

13:30-13:50
Speaker: Maria Molina
Author: Maria Molina
Title: SYNTACTICAL ANNOTATION OF HITTITE AND DEVELOPING OF A CORPUS: PROBLEMS AND PRINCIPLES

13:50-14:10
Speaker: Wahed Hemati, Tolga Uslu
Author: Wahed Hemati, Tolga Uslu and Alexander Mehler
Title: TextImager: a UIMA-based System for Processing Documents

14:10-14:30
Speaker: Armin Hoenen
Author: Armin Hoenen
Title: Reconstructing small epigraphic gaps assessing the use of recently created text in historical languages to overcome data sparsity

14:30-15:30
Working Groups I

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-16:30
Working Groups II

16:30-17:00
Presentation of Results and Plenar Discussion

17:00-18:00
Keynote Talk
Prof. Dr. Anke Lüdeling
A Resource for the Study of Register Development: The RIDGES Corpus of Herbal Texts

18:00-18:15
Closing remarks and farewell