QUALICO 2021 (postponed Qualico 2020)
Tokyo, JAPAN
September 9-11, 2021

Program


9/9(Thu) 10:00-10:30 Opening
10:30-11:30

Invited Lecture 1

11:30-12:30

Poster Session 1

12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:40

Oral Session 1


9/10(Fri) 10:00-11:15

Oral Session 2

11:15-11:30 Break
11:30-12:30

Invited Lecture 2

12:30-13:30

Poster Session 2

13:30-13:45 Break
13:45-14:35

Oral Session 3


9/11(Sat) 10:00-11:15

Oral Session 4

11:15-12:15

Poster Session 3

12:15-12:35 Break
12:35-13:50

Oral Session 5

13:50-14:00 Break
14:00-14:30 Closing

All times are in Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

The program may be subject to change without prior notice.

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program

Sept.9 (Thu)    11:30-12:30    Poster Session 1

Breakout Room

Author

Title

P1

Apollinaria Avrutina

Dynamics of the Integration of Foreign Vocabulary into the Old Anatolian-Türkic Language System in the XIII - XV Centuries (on the Material of Phonological and Morphological Subsystems of Monuments in Old Anato-Türkic Language)

P2

Chihkai Lin

Qualitative vs. Quantitative Approach to Dialect Affinity: A Case Study of Japanese Loans in Taiwan Hakka

P3

David Berdik

Analyzing the Effectiveness of Using Character n-grams to Perform Authorship Attribution on Informal Documents in the English Language

P4

Saeko Komori, Masatoshi Sugiura and Wenping Li

Does Sentence Length Matter in MDD and MHD to Measure Syntactic Development?: In the Case of Japanese Learners' Essays

P5

Jan Andres and Jiri Langer

Dynamic Properties of Sign Language Structures

P6

Jianjun Shi

Comparing the Effectiveness of SVM and Deep Learning in Stylometry: The Case of The Dream of the Red Chamber

P7

Cosimo Palma

Text as Time Series, Time Series as Function: Information Theory and Signal Processing in Text Analysis



Sept.9 (Thu)    13:00-14:40    Oral Session 1: Room A

Time

Author

Title

13:00-13:25

Maja Linke and Michael Ramscar

Communicative Efficiency in Conversational English

13:25-13:50

Jan Macutek and Emmerich Kelih

Free or Not So Free? On Stress Position in Russian, Slovene and Ukrainian

13:50-14:15

Xianwu Zhou

A Quantitative Study of Prominence Models in the Metaphoric and Metonymic N+N Compounding in Chinese and English

13:50-14:15

Kateřina Pelegrinová

Quantitative Characteristics of Phonological Words (Stress Units) in Czech



Sept.9 (Thu)   13:00-14:40    Oral Session 1: Room B

Time

Author

Title

13:00-13:25

Olga V. Blinova and Valeriya V. Modina

In Search for Russian Low-Frequency Words

13:25-13:50

Jiří Milička, Václav Cvrček and David Lukeš

Unpacking Lexical Intertextuality – Number of Types Shared Among Texts

13:50-14:15

Emmerich Kelih

Quantitative Loanword Studies: A New Synergetic Perspective

14:15-14:40

Makoto Yamazaki

A Time Series Analysis of Vocabulary in Japanese Texts: Non-Characteristic Words and Topic Words



Sept.9 (Thu)   13:00-14:40    Oral Session 1: Room C

Time

Author

Title

13:00-13:25

Michal Místecký, Jaroslav David and Jana Davidová Glogarová

A Mouth Full of Names: Anthroponymy-Based Text Concentration in the Czech Novels Featuring the Character of Švejk

13:25-13:50

George Markopoulos, George Mikros and Sofia Gagiatsou

Big-Five Personality Author Prediction in Modern Greek Essays Using Stylometric Features

13:50-14:15

Jing Gao and Jingyang Jiang

A Quantitative Investigation of Translator Stylometry in Modern Chinese-English Literary Translation

14:15-14:40

Shuyi Sun and Wei Xiao

Stylometric Features of PhD Theses: A Quantitative Analysis of Text Activity




Sept.10 (Fri)   10:00-11:15    Oral Session 2: Room A

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Xinying Chen, Kim Gerdes, Sylvain Kahane and Marine Courtin

The Co-Effect of Menzerath's Law and Heavy Constituent Shift in Natural Languages

10:25-10:50

Ruimin Ma and Yue Jiang

Does Menzerath-Altmann Law Hold True for Translational Language: Evidence From English Literary Translated Texts

10:50-11:15

Haruko Sanada

Explorative Study on the Menzerath-Altmann Law Regarding Style, Text Length, and Distributions of Data Points



Sept.10 (Fri)   10:00-11:15    Oral Session 2: Room B

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Neus Catala, Brita Elvevaag and Ramon Ferrer-I-Cancho

Dependency Distance Through the Lifespan of Two English Writers

10:25-10:50

Zheyuan Dai

A Quantitative Analysis of Queen Elizabeth II's and American Presidents' Christmas Messages' Syntactic Features

10:50-11:15

Yaqin Wang

A Study on Probability Distributions of Dependency Distances of Web Genres



Sept.10 (Fri)   10:00-11:15    Oral Session 2: Room C

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Miroslav Kubát, Xinying Chen, Kateřina Pelegrinová and Radek Čech

Attributivity and Syntactic Subjectivity in Contemporary Written Czech

10:25-10:50

Tatiana Litvinova and Olga Litvinova

Cross-Modal Authorship Attribution in Russian Texts

10:50-11:15

Gen Tsuchiyama

Quantitative Analysis of the Authorship Problem of "The Tale of Genji"



Sept.10 (Fri)   11:30-12:30    Poster Session 2

Breakout Room

Author

Title

P1

Hiroto Ueda and Antonio Moreno Sandoval

Probabilistic Frequency Applied to Diachronic Data of Spanish

P2

Fei Lian

Fei LianWord Length and Word Length Frequency in German Texts During the 17th-19th Century

P3

(canceled)

P4

Natalia Bogdanova-Beglarian, Olga Blinova and Tatiana Sherstinova

A Quantitative Study of Pragmatic Markers in Everyday Spoken Russian

P5

Naoki Hayashi

Phonetic Features affecting the Naturalness of Pitch Accent: Result from a Web-based Survey

P6

Zhanfeng Fang

A Quantitative Study of the Semantic Integration Between the Verbs of Sound Emission and the Way-Construction Paradigm in English: The Way Construction and the Intransitive Motion Construction Taken as the Cases

P7

Wei Huang and Junting Li

Building and Exploring Networks of Components of Chinese Characters



Sept.10 (Fri)   13:45-14:10    Oral Session 3: Room A

Time

Author

Title

13:45-14:10

Radek Cech, Barbora Benesova and Jan Macutek

Why Does Negation Shorten a Clause?



Sept.10 (Fri)   13:45-14:35    Oral Session 3: Room B

Time

Author

Title

13:45-14:10

Michele A. Cortelazzo, Franco M. T. Gatti, Georgios K. Mikros and Arjuna Tuzzi

Does the Century Matter? Machine Learning Methods to Attribute Historical Periods in an Italian Literary Corpus

14:10-14:35

Yoshifumi Kawasaki

Dating and Geolocation of Medieval and Modern Spanish Notarial Documents Using Distributed Representation



Sept.10 (Fri)   13:45-14:35    Oral Session 3: Room C

Time

Author

Title

13:45-14:10

Ioanna Tyrou

Lexical Diversity in Creative Writing of L2: A Quantitative Approach

14:10-14:35

Yushan Li

A Quantitative Analysis of Syntactic Complexity Development in German Learners' Interlanguage: A Dependency Syntactically-Annotated Corpus Study




Sept.11 (Sat)   10:00-11:15    Oral Session 4: Room A

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Marek Holan

On the Application of Quantitative-Linguistic Models and Methods in Audiovisual Studies

10:25-10:50

Tereza Motalova

The Menzerath-Altmann Law in Syntactic Relations of Chinese Language Based on the Universal Dependencies (UD)

10:50-11:15

Yawen Wang and Haitao Liu

Revisiting Zipf's Law: A New Indicator of Lexical Diversity



Sept.11 (Sat)   10:00-10:50    Oral Session 4: Room B

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Aimi Kuya

Predicting the Probability of Adopting Homophonic Translation: English Words in Public Media in Japan

10:25-10:50

Zuohao Xu and Yue Jiang

Activity of Translational Chinese: A Multi-Corpora Based Study



Sept.11 (Sat)   10:00-10:50    Oral Session 4: Room C

Time

Author

Title

10:00-10:25

Lars G. Johnsen

Genitive Inversion in Norwegian

10:25-10:50

Aiyun Wei and Haitao Liu

Quantitative Features of Common Words in Zhuang Language



Sept.11 (Sat)   11:15-12:15    Poster Session 3

Breakout Room

Author

Title

P1

Denisa Šebestová

Designing a Corpus-Driven Resource for Teaching Prepositional Patterns to Advanced English Learners

P2

Alexander Mehler, Tolga Uslu and Daniel Baumartz

SemioGraphs: Visualizing Topic Networks as Mulit-Codal Graphs

P3

Lieke Verheijen and Lidwien van de Wijngaert

A Quantitative Approach to Literature Research: Thematic Co-Occurrence Networks

P4

Tatiana Sherstinova

Modeling Lexical and Syntactic Variety of Russian Prose Language in 1900-1930

P5

Vladimir Matlach

Utilization of Quantitative Linguistics in Cypher Breaking

P6

Petra Steiner

Hypotheses on Morphological Complexity

P7

Patrick Juola

The Information Content of Machine Translation



Sept.11 (Sat)   12:35-13:50    Oral Session 5: Room A

Time

Author

Title

12:35-13:00

Antoni Hernández-Fernández, Juan María Garrido, Bartolomé Luque and Iván González Torre

Linguistic Laws in Catalan

13:00-13:25

Jianwei Yan

Possibility of Indicating the Evolution of Chinese Language Through Probability Distribution of Dependency Distance

13:25-13:50

Trudie Strauss, Damián Blasi, Sean van der Merwe and Michael von Maltitz

Word Frequency Distributions: A Comprehensive Bayesian Approach



Sept.11 (Sat)   12:35-13:50    Oral Session 5: Room B

Time

Author

Title

12:35-13:00

Jiri Langer and Jan Andres

Linearization of Simultaneities in Sign Language

13:00-13:25

Adam Pawłowski and Tomasz Walkowiak

Statistical Tools, Automatic Taxonomies, and Topic Modelling in the Study of Self-Promotional Web Texts of Polish Universities

13:25-13:50

Sheila Embleton, Dorin Uritescu and Eric S. Wheeler

Too Much of a Good Thing



Sept.11 (Sat)   12:35-13:00    Oral Session 5: Room C

Time

Author

Title

12:35-13:00

Volker Gröller

The Paragraph Through the Lense of Menzerath-Altmann Law




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