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Computational Models of Spatial Language Interpretation and Generation

Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Models of Spatial Language Interpretation and Generation in conjunction with CogSci 2011

Boston, USA, July 20, 2011.

Edited by

Joana Hois *
Robert J. Ross **
John D. Kelleher **
John A. Bateman *,***

* University of Bremen, Germany
** Artificial Intelligence Group, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
*** Spatial Cognition Research Center (SFB/TR8) and English Department, University of Bremen, Germany

Table of Contents

    Full Talk & Paper Contributions

  1. Representing And Reasoning with Functional Knowledge for Spatial Language Understanding 1-7
    Kalyan Moy Gupta, Abraham R. Schneider, Matthew Klenk, Kellen Gillespie, Justin Karneeb
  2. Interpreting Destination Descriptions in a Cognitive Way 8-15
    Yunhui Wu, Stephan Winter
  3. Collecting Spatial Information for Locations in a Text-to-Scene Conversion System 16-23
    Masoud Rouhizadeh, Daniel Bauer, Bob Coyne, Owen Rambow, Richard Sproat
  4. Where should I Put my Hands? Planning Hand Location in Sign Languages 24-31
    Alice Ruggeri, Cristina Battaglino, Gabriele Tiotto, Carlo Geraci, Daniele Radicioni, Alessandro Mazzei, Rossana Damiano, Leonardo Lesmo
  5. Geolocating Orientational Descriptions of Landmark Configurations 32-39
    James Pustejovsky, Marc Verhagen, Anthony Stefanidis, Caixia Wang
  6. Spatial Event Language across Geographic Domains 40-47
    Alexander Klippel, Sen Xu, Jinlong Yang, Rui Li
  7. Short Talk & Poster Contributions

  8. Supporting Inferences in Space - A Wayfinding Task in a Multilevel Building 48-51
    Carsten P. J. Gondorf, Cui Jian
  9. Semantic Ambiguity of Spatial Relational Nouns in Japanese 52-55
    Sumiyo Nishiguchi
  10. Analyzing Directionality: From Paths to Locations 56-59
    Sander Lestrade
  11. Applying Spatial Knowledge from a Scene Description Task to Question Answering 60-61
    Simon Dobnik
  12. Timelines: Conceptual Integration, Emotion, and Poetic Effects 62-63
    Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas, Seana Coulson, Max Jensen

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27-Jul-2011: submitted by Joana Hois, Robert J. Ross, John D. Kelleher, John A. Bateman
28-Jul-2011: published on CEUR-WS.org