Thank you for coming to CORBON!
CORBON 2016 was the workshop on Coreference Resolution Beyond OntoNotes co-located with NAACL 2016, taking place in San Diego, California, on June 16, 2016.
In its first edition, the workshop focused on:
Coreference resolution for less-researched languages (e.g., annotation strategies, resolution modules and formal evaluation)
Evaluation of influence of language-specific properties such as lack of articles, quasi-anaphora, ellipsis or complexity of reflexive pronouns to coreference resolution
Representation of coreferential relations other than identity coreference (e.g., bridging references, reference to abstract entities, etc.)
Investigation of difficult cases of anaphora and coreference and their resolution by resorting to e.g. discourse-based and pragmatic levels
Coreference resolution in noisy data (e.g. in speech and social networks)
New applications of coreference resolution.
NAACL Anti-Harassment policy
Our workshop highly values the open exchange of ideas, the freedom of thought and expression, and respectful scientific debate. We support and uphold the NAACL Anti-Harassment policy, and any workshop participant should feel free to contact any of the NAACL Board members or Priscilla Rasmussen, in case of any issues.