SEPLN Award

Every year, the Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing rewards the best thesis in Natural Language Processing.

The purpose of this award is the promotion and dissemination of research in the field of Natural Language Processing, announcing the winner in the SEPLN's annual congress.

Every year the bases of the award's announcement are published, being an indispensable requirement to be a member of the SEPLN to participate.

Computational Models for Semantic Textual Similarity.

Author: Aitor Gonzalez-Agirre.
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Author Profiling in Social Media: Identification of the Age, Gender and Language Variety.

Author: Francisco Manuel Rangel Pardo.
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Sentiment Analysis in Spanish.

Author: Eugenio Martínez Cámara.
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EMOTIBLOG: A Model to Learn Subjective Information Detection in the New Textual Genres of the Web 2.0 -a Multilingual and Multi-Genre Approach-.

Author: Ester Boldrini.
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Negation and Speculation Detection in Medical and Review Texts.

Author: Noa Patricia Cruz Díaz.
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Detection of Dishonest Behaviours in On-Line Networks Using Graph-based Ranking Techniques.

Author: F. Javier Ortega Rodriguez.
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Feature-based Opinion Extraction: A Domain Adaptable Practical Approach.

Author: Fermín L. Cruz Mata.
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Application of Information Extraction techniques to pharmalogical domain: Extracting drug-drug interactions.

Author: Isabel Segura Bedmar.
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BRUJA: A Multilingual Question Answering System.

Author: Miguel Ángel García Cumbreras.
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Machine Translation based on Empirical Methods and its evaluation.

Author: Jesús Ángel Gímenez Linares.
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Information Synthesis: Development and evaluation of an interactive model.

Author: Enrique Amigó.
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Supervised Word Sense Disambiguation: Facing Current Challenges.

Author: David Martínez.
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Linguistic knowledge in automatic semantic disambiguation.

Author: Iulia Nica.
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Linguistic techniques applied to multilingual text search. Ambiguity, variation in terminology and Multilingualism.

Author: Anselmo Peñas Padilla.
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Information retrieval precision, the question answering systems.

Author: Jose Luis Vicedo González.
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Tagging and disambiguation criteria morphosyntactic corpus in Spanish.

Author: Montserrat Civit Torruella.
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Lexical Ambiguity Resolution Tasks Automatic Document Classification.

Author: L. Alfonso Ureña López.
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