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Dr. Michael Richter

Telefon: +49 341 32223
Büro: P 9.06
E-Mail: richter@informatik.uni-leipzig.de

Adresse:
Abteilung Automatische Sprachverarbeitung
Institut für Informatik
Universität Leipzig
Augustusplatz 10
04109 Leipzig
Deutschland

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aktuelle Projekte

Veröffentlichungen

2018
  • [HRN18] Jürgen Hermes, Michael Richter und Claes Neuefeind: Supervised Classification of Aspectual Verb Classes in German. Subcategorization-Frame-Based vs Window-Based Approach: A Comparison. In: Proceedings of ICAART 2018. 10th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, 2018
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  • [RvH18] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: Strength of intensifiers. An entropy based approach employing Zadeh's application of fuzzy logic to linguistic hedges. 2018
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  • [RHN] Michael Richter, Jürgen Hermes und Claes Neuefeind: Aspectual classifications, Use of raters’ associations and co-occurrences of verbs for aspectual classification in German. 2018
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  • [CRVH] Giuseppe Celano, Michael Richter, Rebecca Voll und Gerhard Heyer: Aspect coding asymmetries of verbs: The case of Russian. In: accepted, 2018
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2017
  • [RvH17] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: How WIE 'how' as Intensifer Co-occurs with other Intensifers in German Sentences. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Logic and Algorithms in Computational Linguistics 2017 (LACompLing2017), 2017
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2016
  • [RvH16] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: Transitivity in similarities judgments on German verbs: disclosing lexical categories and aspectual types. In: The Mental Lexicon (11:1), 76-93, 2016
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  • [RvH16a] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: A classification of German verbs using empirical data and conceptions of Vendler and Dowty. In: Sprache und Datenverarbeitung – International Journal for Language Data Processing 38. 1-2/2014: The language of mathematics computational, linguistic and logical aspects, 81 – 117., 2016
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2015
  • [HRN15] Jürgen Hermes, Michael Richter und Claes Neuefeind: Automatic induction of German aspectual verb classes in a distributional framework. In: International Conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology. Proceedings of the conference (GSCL 2015), 2015
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  • [R15] Michael Richter: Schließen auf Verbklassen. In: Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 43(2), 183 – 198, 2015
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2013
  • [RvH13] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: Interpreting resultative sentences in German: stages in L1 acquisition. In: Linguistics 51(1), 117 – 144, 2013
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2010
  • [RvH10] Michael Richter und Roeland van Hout: Why some verbs can form a resultative construction while others cannot: decomposing Semantic Binding. In: Lingua 120 (8), 2006-2021, 2010
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Vorträge

    11.10.13 The use of semantic associations for the classification of verbs,
    Investigating Semantics: Empirical and Philosophical Approaches,
    Ruhr Universität Bochum,
    31.3.15 Classification of German verbs using nouns in argument positions and
    aspectual features. NetWordS Final Conference, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa.

    30.9.15 Automatic induction of German aspectual verb classes in a distributional
    framework. GSCL 2015, Universität Duisburg-Essen.

    16.1.18 Supervised Classification of Aspectual Verb Classes in German. Subcategorization-Frame-Based vs Window-Based Approach: A Comparison.
    ICAART 2018. 10th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, Funchal, Madeira.