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papers

2018

Julien Hay, Tim Van de Cruys, Philippe Muller, Biech Lien Doan, Fabrice Popineau, and Lyes Benamsili. Complémentarités de représentations vectorielles pour la similarité sémantique. Proceedings of EGC 2018, pages 179–190, Paris, France.

 

Damien Sileo, Tim Van de Cruys, Philippe Muller, Camille Pradel. Concaténation de réseaux de neurones pour la classification de tweets. Proceedings of Défi Fouille de Textes@TALN/RECITAL 2018, pages 259–264, Rennes, France.

2017

Damien Sileo, Philippe Muller, Tim Van de Cruys, and Camille Pradel. Système d'ensemble pour la classification de tweets. Proceedings of Défi Fouille de Textes@TALN/RECITAL 2017, pages 27–31, Orléans, France.

 

Damien Sileo, Philippe Muller, Tim Van de Cruys, and Camille Pradel. Changement stylistique de phrases par apprentissage faiblement supervisé. Proceedings of TALN 2017, pages 102–109, Orléans, France.

 

Nicholas Asher, Marta Abrusan, and Tim Van de Cruys. Types, meanings and co-composition in lexical semantics. In Modern Perspectives in Type-Theoretical Semantics. Stergios Chatzikyriakidis, Luo Zhaohui (Eds.), Springer, p. 135–161.

2016

Nicholas Asher, Tim Van de Cruys, Antoine Bride, and Márta Abrusán. Integrating type theory and distributional semantics: a case study on adjective–noun compositions. Computational Linguistics 42 (4), pages 703–725.

2015

Nicholas Asher, Tim Van de Cruys, and Marta Abrusan. Lexical semantics today. The Routledge Handbook of Linguistics. Keith Allan (Eds.), Routledge, pages 169–201.

 

Laure Vieu, Elisabetta Jezek, and Tim Van de Cruys. Quantitative methods for identifying systematic polysemy classes. 6th Conference on Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics (QITL-6), Tübingen, Germany.

 

Antoine Bride, Tim Van de Cruys, Nicolas Asher. A generalisation of lexical functions for composition in distributional semantics. Proceedings of ACL 2015, pages 281–291, Beijing, China.

2014

Tim Van de Cruys. A neural network approach to selectional preference acquisition. Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pages 26–35, Doha, Qatar.

 

Antoine Bride, Tim Van de Cruys, Nicolas Asher. Une évaluation approfondie de différentes méthodes de compositionalité sémantique. Proceedings of TALN 2014, pages 149–160, Marseille, France.

 

Cécile Fabre, Nabil Hathout, Lydia-Mai Ho-Dac, François Morlane-Hondère, Philippe Muller, Franck Sajous, Ludovic Tanguy, and Tim Van de Cruys. Présentation de l’atelier SemDis 2014 : sémantique distributionnelle pour la substitution lexicale et l’exploration de corpus spécialisés. TALN-RECITAL 2014 Workshop SemDis 2014: Enjeux actuels de la sémantique distributionnelle, pages 196–205, Marseille, France.

2013

Tim Van de Cruys, Stergos Afantenos, and Philippe Muller. MELODI: Semantic similarity of words and compositional phrases using latent vector weighting. Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2013), pages 98–102, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

 

Tim Van de Cruys, Stergos Afantenos, and Philippe Muller. MELODI: A supervised distributional approach for free paraphrasing of noun compounds. Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2013), pages 144–147, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

 

Tim Van de Cruys, Thierry Poibeau, and Anna Korhonen. A Tensor-Based Factorization Model of Semantic Compositionality. Proceedngs of NAACL 2013, pages 1142–1151, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

2012

Tim Van de Cruys, Laura Rimell, Thierry Poibeau, and Anna Korhonen. Multi-way Tensor Factorization for Unsupervised Lexical Acquisition. Proceedings of COLING 2012, pages 2703–2720, Mumbai, India.

 

Ekaterina Shutova, Tim Van de Cruys, and Anna Korhonen. Unsupervised Metaphor Paraphrasing using a Vector Space Model. Proceedings of COLING 2012, pages 1121–1130, Mumbai, India.

2011

Tim Van de Cruys, Thierry Poibeau, and Anna Korhonen. Latent Vector Weighting for Word Meaning in Context. Proceedings of the 2011 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pages 1012–1022, Edinburgh, UK.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. Two Multivariate Generalizations of Pointwise Mutual Information. Proceedings of the ACL workshop Distributional Semantic and Compositionality (DISCO), pages 16–20, Portland, Oregon, USA.

 

Tim Van de Cruys and Marianna Apidianaki. Latent Semantic Word Sense Induction and Disambiguation. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (ACL/HLT), pages 1476–1485, Portland, Oregon, USA.

 

Marianna Apidianaki and Tim Van de Cruys. A Quantitative Evaluation of Global Word Sense Induction. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLing), pages 253–264, Tokyo, Japan.

2010

Tim Van de Cruys. 2010. Mining for Meaning. The Extraction of Lexico-semantic Knowledge from Text. PhD thesis. University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. A Non-negative Tensor Factorization Model for Selectional Preference Induction. Journal of Natural Language Engineering, 16(4):417–437.

2009

Anna Lobanova, Jennifer Spenader, Tim Van de Cruys, Tom van der Kleij and Erik Tjong Kim Sang. 2009. Automatic Relation Extraction - Can Synonym Extraction Benefit from Antonym Knowledge? NODALIDA2009 workshop on WordNets and other Lexical Semantic Resources - between Lexical Semantics, Lexicography, Terminology and Formal Ontologies, Odense, Denmark.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. A Non-negative Tensor Factorization Model for Selectional Preference Induction. Proceedings of the workshop on Geometric Models for Natural Language Semantics (GEMS), pages 83–90, Athens, Greece.

 

John Nerbonne and Tim Van de Cruys. Detecting Aspectual Relations Quantitatively. Erhard Hinrichs & John Nerbonne, editors, Theory and Evidence in Semantics (Proceedings of a Symposium in honor of David Dowty), pages 159–182, CSLI, Stanford, USA.

2008

Tim Van de Cruys. Using Three Way Data for Word Sense Discrimination. Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), pages 929–936, Manchester, United Kingdom.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. A Simple Extension of Non-negative Matrix Factorization for Three-way Data. Workshop on Mining Multidimensional Data (MMD) at ECML PKDD 2008, Antwerp, Belgium.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. A Comparison of Bag of Words and Syntax-based Approaches for Word Categorization. Marco Baroni et al., editors, Proceedings of the ESSLLI Lexical Semantics Workshop: Bridging the gap between semantic theory and computational simulations, pages 47–54, Hamburg, Germany.

2007

Tim Van de Cruys. Exploring Three Way Contexts for Word Sense Discrimination. Marco Baroni et al., editors, Proceedings of the Workshop on Contextual Information in Semantic Space Models: Beyond Words and Documents (COSMO), pages 33–41, Roskilde, Denmark.

 

Tim Van de Cruys and Begoña Villada Moirón. Semantics-based Multiword Expression Extraction. Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on A Broader Perspective on Multiword Expressions, pages 25–32, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

Tim Van de Cruys and Begoña Villada Moirón. Lexico-Semantic Multiword Expression Extraction. Peter Dirix et al., editors, Proceedings of the 17th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN), pages 175–190, University of Leuven, Belgium.

2006

Tim Van de Cruys. The Application of Singular Value Decomposition to Dutch Noun-Adjective Matrices. Piet Mertens et al., editors, Verbum Ex Machina. Actes de RECITAL (TALN), pages 767–772, Leuven, Belgium.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. Automatically Extending the Lexicon for Parsing. Janneke Huitink & Sophia Katrenko, editors, Proceedings of the Student Session of the European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI), pages 180–191, Malaga, Spain.

 

Tim Van de Cruys. Semantic Clustering in Dutch. Khalil Sima'an et al., editors, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN), pages 17–32, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2005

Tim Van de Cruys. Between VP Adjuncts and Second Pole in Dutch. A corpus based survey regarding the complements between VP adjuncts and second pole in Dutch. Ton Van der Wouden et al., editors, Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004: Selected papers from the fifteenth CLIN meeting, pages 75–88, Leiden, The Netherlands.

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