Accepted Papers
We accepted 25 long and 16 short papers. We received 60 long submissions, and 22 short submissions (plus 3 long submissions that were accepted as short). Our acceptance rate is 41.7% for long papers and 64% for short.
Long Papers
A CORPUS STUDY OF CLAUSE COMBINATION
Olga Nikitina and Sebastian Pado

A TEXTUAL ENTAILMENT DATASET FROM GERMAN FORUM TEXT
Britta Zeller and Sebastian Padó

AUTOMATICALLY DERIVING EVENT ONTOLOGIES FOR A COMMONSENSE KNOWLEDGE BASE
James Allen, Jansen Orfan, Will de Beaumont, Choh Man Teng, Lucian Galescu and Mary Swift

DOMAIN ADAPTABLE SEMANTIC CLUSTERING IN STATISTICAL NLG
Blake Howald, Ravi Kondadadi and Frank Schilder

EMPIRICAL VALIDATION OF REICHENBACH’S TENSE FRAMEWORK
Leon Derczynski and Robert Gaizauskas

EVALUATING TOPIC COHERENCE USING DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS
Nikolaos Aletras and Mark Stevenson

GENERATING NATURAL LANGUAGE FROM LINKED DATA: UNSUPERVISED TEMPLATE EXTRACTION
Daniel Duma and Ewan Klein

GRAPH-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT DISCOURSE RELATIONS
Yannick Versley

INTENSIONALITY WAS ONLY ALLEGED: ON ADJECTIVE-NOUN COMPOSITION IN DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS
Gemma Boleda, Marco Baroni, Nghia The Pham and Louise McNally

LEARNING CORPUS PATTERNS USING FINITE STATE AUTOMATA
Octavian Popescu

MULTI-STEP REGRESSION LEARNING FOR COMPOSITIONAL DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS
Edward Grefenstette, Georgiana Dinu, Yao-Zhong Zhang, Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh and Marco Baroni

PARSIMONIOUS SEMANTIC REPRESENTATIONS WITH PROJECTION POINTERS
Noortje J. Venhuizen, Johan Bos, and Harm Brouwer

PROBABILISTIC INDUCTION FOR AN INCREMENTAL SEMANTIC GRAMMAR
Arash Eshghi, Matthew Purver and Julian Hough

RECOGNISING SETS AND THEIR ELEMENTS: TREE KERNELS FOR ENTITY INSTANTIATION IDENTIFICATION
Andrew McKinlay and Katja Markert

RECOGNIZING SPATIAL CONTAINMENT RELATIONS BETWEEN EVENT MENTIONS
Kirk Roberts, Michael Skinner and Sanda Harabagiu

REGULAR MEANING SHIFTS IN GERMAN PARTICLE VERBS: A CASE STUDY
Sylvia Springorum, Jason Utt and Sabine Schulte im Walde

SEMANTIC ANNOTATION OF TEXTUAL ENTAILMENT
Assaf Toledo, Stavroula Alexandropoulou, Sophia Katrenko, Heidi Klockmann, Pepijn Kokke and Yoad Winter

SENTIMENT COMPOSITION USING A PARABOLIC MODEL
Baptiste Chardon, Farah Benamara, Yvette Mathieu, Vladimir Popescu and Nicholas Asher

SOURCES OF EVIDENCE FOR IMPLICIT ARGUMENT RESOLUTION
Egoitz Laparra and German Rigau

TEMPORAL RELATION CLASSIFICATION BASED ON TEMPORAL REASONING
Francisco Costa and António Branco

TOWARDS A SEMANTICS FOR DISTRIBUTIONAL REPRESENTATIONS
Katrin Erk

THE IMPACT OF SELECTIONAL PREFERENCE AGREEMENT ON SEMANTIC RELATIONAL SIMILARITY
Bryan Rink and Sanda Harabagiu

TOWARDS WEAKLY SUPERVISED RESOLUTION OF NULL INSTANTIATIONS
Philip Gorinski, Josef Ruppenhofer and Caroline Sporleder

UCCA: A SEMANTICS-BASED GRAMMATICAL ANNOTATION SCHEME
Omri Abend and Ari Rappoport

WHAT EXCLUDES AN ALTERNATIVE IN COHERENCE RELATIONS?
Bonnie Webber
Short Papers
A CORPUS-BASED TAXONOMY OF QUESTION RESPONSES
Pawel Lupkowski and Jonathan Ginzburg

A PILOT EXPERIMENT IN KNOWLEDGE AUTHORING AS DIALOGUE
Artemis Parvizi, Caroline Jay, Christopher Mellish, Jeff Pan, Yuan Ren, Robert Stevens and Kees van Deemter

FINITE STATE TEMPORALITY AND CONTEXT FREE LANGUAGES
Derek Kelleher and Carl Vogel

FITTING, NOT CLASHING! A DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTIC MODEL OF LOGICAL METONYMY
Alessandra Zarcone, Alessandro Lenci, Sebastian Padó and Jason Utt

GAMIFICATION FOR WORD SENSE LABELING
Noortje J. Venhuizen, Valerio Basile, Kilian Evang, and Johan Bos

LEARNING SEMANTIC REPRESENTATIONS IN A BIGRAM LANGUAGE MODEL
Jeff Mitchell

LOGIC PROGRAMS VS. FIRST-ORDER FORMULAS IN TEXTUAL INFERENCE
Yuliya Lierler and Vladimir Lifschitz

PREDICATE-SPECIFIC ANNOTATIONS FOR IMPLICIT ROLE BINDING: CORPUS ANNOTATION, DATA ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION EXPERIMENTS
Tatjana Moor, Michael Roth and Anette Frank

PRE-PROCESSING MRSES
Tore Bruland

SCOPE DISAMBIGUATION AS A TAGGING TASK
Kilian Evang and Johan Bos

SEMANTIC SIMILARITY COMPUTATION FOR ABSTRACT AND CONCRETE NOUNS USING NETWORK-BASED DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTIC MODELS
Elias Iosif, Alexandros Potamianos, Maria Giannoudaki and Kalliopi Zervanou

SITUATED UTTERANCES AND DISCOURSE RELATIONS
Matthew Stone, Una Stojnic and Ernest Lepore

TOWARDS A TIGHT INTEGRATION OF SYNTACTIC PARSING WITH SEMANTIC DISAMBIGUATION BY MEANS OF DECLARATIVE PROGRAMMING
Yuliya Lierler and Peter Schüller

THE ANNOTATION OF QUANTIFICATION AND ITS INTERPRETATION
Harry Bunt

USING NETWORK APPROACHES TO ENHANCE THE ANALYSIS OF CROSS-LINGUISTIC POLYSEMIES
Johann-Mattis List, Anselm Terhalle and Matthias Urban

WHAT IS IN A TEXT, WHAT ISN'T, AND WHAT THIS HAS TO DO WITH LEXICAL SEMANTICS
Aurelie Herbelot