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Proceedings of Third Workshop "Computational linguistics and language science",

Wohlgenannt G., von Waldenfels R., Toldova S. et al.

Iss. 4. EasyChair, 2019.

Article
Preface: Data-Driven Formalism

Orekhov B., Fischer F., Akimova M.

Journal of Literary Theory. 2019. Vol. 13. No. 1. P. 1-12.

Book chapter
Genre Classification Problem: in Pursuit of Systematics on a Big Webcorpus

Shavrina T.

In bk.: Proceedings of Third Workshop "Computational linguistics and language science",. Iss. 4. EasyChair, 2019. P. 70-83.

Who has sold their soul to the devil: the report on semantic role labeling and parsing

On February 3 rd, research seminar at the School of Linguistics was devoted to the report made by a 3 rd -year postgraduate student Ilya Kuznetsov on the results of his work in the field of automated semantic role labeling and parsing. The main task in his research is to automatically outline the participant roles of a certain situation described in the text. The sentence Faust sold his soul to the devil can serve as one example of a situation in which the roles of a seller, a buyer, and the goods sold/bought have to be identified.