Program

To participate in our workshop, you need to register for WeSSLLI. The low fee of US $10 gets you in to NALOMA, four WeSSLLI courses, the Student Session, and a different workshop after the school.

All times are in EDT.

Sunday, July 12
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Monday, July 13
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Tuesday, July 14
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Wednesday, July 15
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Thursday, July 16
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Friday, July 17
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4.20pm - 4.30pm Larry Moss: Welcome
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8.45am - 9.20am Lane Lawley, Benjamin Kuehnert and Lenhart Schubert:
Learning General Event Schemas with Episodic Logic
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8.45am - 9.45am Mark Steedman:
Linguistic Semantics and Contemporary NLI
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8.45am - 9.20am Hitomi Yanaka:
Investigating the Generalization Ability
of Neural Models through Monotonicity Reasoning
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8.45am - 9.45am Ellie Pavlick:
I don’t know what you mean semantics is hard:
Challenges in evaluation of semantic phenomena
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8.45am - 9.20am Aaron Traylor, Ellie Pavlick and Roman Feiman:
Transferring Representations of Logical Connectives
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4.30pm - 5.30pm Lauri Karttunen and Ignacio Cases:
Reasoning with Implicatives:
Modular and Compositional Learning for
Language Understanding
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9.20am - 9.55am John Langton and Krishna Srihasam:
Applied Medical Code Mapping with Character-based Deep Learning
Models and Word-based Logic
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9.45am - 10.00am Coffee Break9.20am - 9.55am Zeming Chen:
Attentive Tree-structured Network for
Monotonicity Reasoning
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9.45am - 10.00am Coffee Break9.20am - 9.55am Gene Louis Kim, Mandar Juvekar and Lenhart Schubert:
Monotonic Inference for Underspecified Episodic Logic
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5.40pm - 6.20pm Research Exchange9.55am - 10.10am Coffee Break10.00am - 10.45am Larry Moss:
Formalizations and Implementations of Monotonicity Reasoning

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9.55am - 10.10am Coffee Break10.00am - 10.45am Katerina Kalouli:
NLI Data and Annotations: a Look Behind the Scenes
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9.55am - 10.45amCoffee Break & Panel Discussion
10.10am - 10.45am Lasha Abzianidze:
Learning lexical knowledge with Natural Tableau
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10.10am- 10.45am Hai Hu:
Using Monotonicity for Natural Language Inference
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