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 GSCL 2013 in Darmstadt, Germany

The GSCL 2013, the bi-annual conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology, hosts two UIMA-related events:

 UIMA Workshop at GSCL 2013 in Darmstadt, Germany

There was a workshop dedicated to UIMA at GSCL 2013, the bi-annual conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology. The accepted papers and slides can be found below. For further information, please visit the homepage of the workshop.

  • Keynote: Apache clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System (cTAKES)
    Pei Chen, Guergana Savova - (slides: pdf, ppt)

  • Storing UIMA CASes in a relational database
    Georg Fette, Martin Toepfer, Frank Puppe - (paper, slides: pdf, pptx)

  • Constraint-driven Evaluation in UIMA Ruta
    Andreas Wittek, Martin Toepfer, Georg Fette, Peter Kluegl, Frank Puppe - (paper, slides: pdf)

  • Using UIMA to Structure An Open Platform for Textual Entailment
    Tae-Gil Noh, Sebastian Padó - (paper, slides: pdf)

  • Sentiment Analysis and Visualization using UIMA and Solr
    Carlos Rodríguez-Penagos, David García Narbona, Guillem Massó Sanabre, Jens Grivolla, Joan Codina - (paper, slides: pdf)

  • Bluima: a UIMA-based NLP Toolkit for Neuroscience
    Renaud Richardet, Jean-Cédric Chappelier, Martin Telefont - (paper, slides: pdf)

  • Extracting hierarchical data points and tables from scanned contracts
    Jan Stadermann, Stephan Symons, Ingo Thon - (paper)

  • A Model-driven approach to NLP programming with UIMA
    Alessandro Di Bari, Alessandro Faraotti, Carmela Gambardella, Guido Vetere - (paper)

  • CSE Framework: A UIMA-based Distributed System for Configuration Space Exploration
    Elmer Garduno, Zi Yang, Avner Maiberg, Collin McCormack, Yan Fang, Eric Nyberg - (paper, slides: pdf, pptx)

  • Aid to spatial navigation within a UIMA annotation index
    Nicolas Hernandez - (paper, slides: pdf)

 Tutorial: Natural Language Processing and Rule-based Information Extraction with UIMA

The tutorial is split into two theoretic parts, followed by a hands-on session.

The first part gives an introduction to doing UIMA-based natural language processing using the DKPro Core component collection. It will be shown how a processing pipeline can be composed from existing components, such as a tokenizer, part-of-speech tagger, and parser. To illustrate how such a pipeline can be used on own data and how analysis results can be exported to other tools, we also show how to implement simple reader and writer components. This includes a basic introduction to the underlying concepts, such as Maven and uimaFIT.

The second part gives an introduction to Apache UIMA Ruta. We will cover the syntax and semantics of the rule language as well as tooling support for developing rule-based information extraction applications.

In the hands-on session, we will implement and run a simple pipeline with DKPro Core. We then will extend the pipeline with rule-based post-processing in order to approach and solve different tasks such as information extraction. This includes solutions how to combine the rules with the information annotated by the DKPro components and ways for efficient and effective engineering of the rules themselves.

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Organizers: Peter Klügl, Dr. Katrin Tomanek, Richard Eckart de Castilho