Dana Dannélls


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Polysemy, underspecification, and aspects – Questions of lumping or splitting in the construction of Swedish FrameNet
Karin Friberg Heppin | Dana Dannélls
Proceedings of the workshop on Semantic resources and semantic annotation for Natural Language Processing and the Digital Humanities at NODALIDA 2015

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Formalising the Swedish Constructicon in Grammatical Framework
Normunds Gruzitis | Dana Dannélls | Benjamin Lyngfelt | Aarne Ranta
Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks (GEAF) 2015 Workshop


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Using language technology resources and tools to construct Swedish FrameNet
Dana Dannélls | Karin Friberg Heppin | Anna Ehrlemark
Proceedings of Workshop on Lexical and Grammatical Resources for Language Processing

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Extracting a bilingual semantic grammar from FrameNet-annotated corpora
Dana Dannélls | Normunds Gruzitis
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'14)

We present the creation of an English-Swedish FrameNet-based grammar in Grammatical Framework. The aim of this research is to make existing framenets computationally accessible for multilingual natural language applications via a common semantic grammar API, and to facilitate the porting of such grammar to other languages. In this paper, we describe the abstract syntax of the semantic grammar while focusing on its automatic extraction possibilities. We have extracted a shared abstract syntax from ~58,500 annotated sentences in Berkeley FrameNet (BFN) and ~3,500 annotated sentences in Swedish FrameNet (SweFN). The abstract syntax defines 769 frame-specific valence patterns that cover 77,8% examples in BFN and 74,9% in SweFN belonging to the shared set of 471 frames. As a side result, we provide a unified method for comparing semantic and syntactic valence patterns across framenets.


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Multilingual access to cultural heritage content on the Semantic Web
Dana Dannélls | Aarne Ranta | Ramona Enache | Mariana Damova | Maria Mateva
Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities


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Toward Language Independent Methodology for Generating Artwork Descriptions – Exploring FrameNet Information
Dana Dannélls | Lars Borin
Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities

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On generating coherent multilingual descriptions of museum objects from Semantic Web ontologies
Dana Dannélls
INLG 2012 Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural Language Generation Conference


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A Framework for Improved Access to Museum Databases in the Semantic Web
Dana Dannélls | Mariana Damova | Ramona Enache | Milen Chechev
Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Technologies for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage


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Applying Semantic Frame Theory to Automate Natural Language Template Generation From Ontology Statements
Dana Dannélls
Proceedings of the 6th International Natural Language Generation Conference


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Recognizing Acronyms and their Definitions in Swedish Medical Texts
Dimitrios Kokkinakis | Dana Dannélls
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

This paper addresses the task of recognizing acronym-definition pairs in Swedish (medical) texts as well as the compilation of a freely available sample of such manually annotated pairs. A material suitable not only for supervised learning experiments, but also as a testbed for the evaluation of the quality of future acronym-definition recognition systems. There are a number of approaches to the identification described in the literature, particularly within the biomedical domain, but none of those addresses the variation and complexity exhibited in a language other than English. This is realized by the fact that we can have a mixture of two languages in the same document and/or sentence, i.e. Swedish and English; that Swedish is a compound language that significantly deteriorates the performance of previous approaches (without adaptations) and, most importantly, the fact that there is a large variation of possible acronym-definition permutations realized in the analysed corpora, a variation that is usually ignored in previous studies.

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Automatic Acronym Recognition
Dana Dannélls