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Conference Program May 29 – June 1 Olomouc. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 09:00 Registration 10:00 Opening in Corpus Cristi Chapel 10:30Reinhard Köhler (Germany)

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1 Conference Program May 29 – June 1 Olomouc

2 THURSDAY, MAY 29, :00 Registration 10:00 Opening in Corpus Cristi Chapel 10:30Reinhard Köhler (Germany) Quantitative linguistics: Some characteristics Session 1 (Auditorium Maximum) 11:15Emmerich Kelih (Austria) Loan words: A quantitative linguistics perspective 11:45Peter Grzybek (Austria) The Arens-Altmann Law: A matter of boundary conditions or anostensible success story? 12:15 Lunch break

3 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 Session 2 (Auditorium Maximum) 13:30Edyta Charzyńska and Łukasz Dębowski (Poland) Factors of readability of Polish texts: A psycholinguistic study 14:00Veronika Koch and Peter Grzybek (Austria) The Menzerath-Altmann Law in film analysis 14:30Denis Biryukov and Martina Benešová (Czech Republic) Application of the Menzerath-Altmann Law to contemporary written Japanese – short story style 15:00 Poster session opening 15:15 Coffee break

4 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 Poster session Miroslav Kubát and Vladimír Matlach (Czech Republic) Quantitative index text analyser (QUITA) Dalibor Kučera and Jiří Haviger (Czech Republic) Quantitative psycholinguistic analysis of formal parameters of Czech text Aimi Kuya (United Kingdom) Towards generalization of sociolinguistic distributions: English loanwords in written Japanese Tereza Motalová and Lenka Spáčilová (Czech Republic) Testing language units of written Chinese via Menzerath-Altmann Law Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii (Japan) Quantitative difference underlying prototypicality and familiarity Jana Ščigulinská and Denisa Schusterová (Czech Republic) Testing language units of spoken Chinese via Menzerath-Altmann Law Yong Wang, Haotian Li and Haitao Liu A study on quantitative properties of Russian visual poems

5 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 Session 3 (Auditorium Maximum) 15:30Jiří Milička (Czech Republic) Three models for the Menzerath's Law 16:00Martina Benešová, Dan Faltýnek and Lukáš Zámečník (Czech Republic) Menzerath-Altmann Law in differently segmented text 16:30Jan Andres (Czech Republic) The Menzerath-Altmann Law revisited 17:00 Coffee break

6 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 Session 4 (Auditorium Maximum) 17:30Sheila Embleton, Dorin Uritescu and Eric S. Wheeler (Canada) Quantitative studies: The advantages for dialectology 18:00Ján Mačutek (Slovakia) Type-token relation for length motifs in Ukrainian texts 18:30Gertraud Fenk-Oczlon and August Fenk (Austria) Quantitative data on monosyllabism: A cross-linguistic study 20:00Welcome banquet in Konvikt

7 FRIDAY, MAY 30, :30Coffee break Session 5a (Auditorium Maximum) Session 5b (Carolina) 09:00 Łukasz Dębowski (Poland) A new universal code helps to distinguish natural language from random texts 09:00Ramon Ferrer-I-Cancho Towards a mathematical theory of word order evolution 09:30Marjolein Van Egmond and Sergey Avrutin (Netherlands) Defying Zipf's Law 09:30Makoto Yamazaki (Japan) The influences of word unit and sentence length on the ratio of the parts of speech in Japanese 10:00Xiaxing Pan and Hui Qiu (China) An exploration of the “Golden section” in Chinese contemporary poetries 10:00Song Gao (China) The study of text clustering based on Chinese Dependency Treebank

8 FRIDAY, MAY 30, :30Lunch Session 6a (Auditorium Maximum) Session 6b (Carolina) 11:00 Radek Čech (Czech Republic), Emmerich Kelih (Austria) and Jan Mačutek (Slovakia) Impact of semantics on case diversification 11:00Hua Wang (China) Distribution pattern of given and new information in written English 11:30Arjuna Tuzzi (Italy) and Reinhard Köhler (Germany) History of words II - types of historical developments 11:30Hermann Moisl (United Kingdom) Sentence semantics, word meaning, and nonlinear dynamics 12:00Yanru Wang and Xinying Chen (China) Structural complexity of Chinese characters and Zipf's Law 12:00Sven Naumann (Germany) Structural versus morphological coding. A cross-linguistic study

9 FRIDAY, MAY 30, :30Coffee break Session 7a (Auditorium Maximum) Session 7b (Carolina) 14:00 Maciej Eder (Poland) Large-scale stylometry using network analysis 14:00Heng Chen (China) Word length distribution in Chinese dialogue and prose texts 14:30Belinda Hasanaj, Erin Purnell and Patrick Juola (USA) Cross-linguistic transference of authorship attribution 14:30Narisong Jin (China) Word length and word frequency in Mongolian 15:00Jan Rybicki (Poland) Translations in networks: The (in)visibility of translator styles 15:00Adriana Pagano (Brazil), Giacomo Figueredo (Brazil) and Annabelle Lukin (Australia) Modelling proximity in a corpus of literary retranslations: A methodological proposal for clustering texts based on systemic-functional annotation of lexicogrammatical features

10 FRIDAY, MAY 30, :00 – 19:30IQLA Council Business Meeting 20:00Informal meeting and barbecue in University gardens Session 8a (Auditorium Maximum) Session 8b (Carolina) 16:00 Wei Huang (China) Word frequency distribution in genres of modern Chinese 16:00Andrei Beliankou (Germany) Distributional models of the verbal predicate-argument structure 16:30Andrij Rovenchak (Ukraine) Quantitative studies in the corpus of Nko periodicals 16:30Haruko Sanada (Japan) A co-occurrence and an order of the valency in Japanese sentences 17:00Sergey Andreev (Russia) Quantitative analysis of poetic space: Discrimination of loci in Eugene Onegin by Pushkin

11 SATURDAY, MAY 31, :30Coffee break Session 9a (Auditorium Maximum) Session 9b (Carolina) 09:00 Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii and Shunsuke Aihara (Japan) Quantitative verification of constancy measures of texts 09:00Relja Vulanovic and Tatjana Hrubik-Vulanovic (USA) Grammar efficiency and the idealization of parts-of-speech systems 09:30Kateřina Veselovská and Radek Čech (Czech Republic) Opinion target identification using thematic concentration of the text 09:30Xinying Chen (China) Using Language Network Characteristics to do text classification 10:00Betsy Sneller (USA) Comparative rates of change as a diagnostic of vowel phonologization 10:00Vasiliy Poddubnyy and Anatoliy Polikarpov (Russia) Evolutionary derivation of Laws for polysemic and age-polysemic distributions of language signs ensembles

12 Session 10 (Auditorium Maximum) 11:00Jacques Savoy (Switzerland) Authorship attribution using political speeches 11:30George Mikros and Kostas Perifanos (Greece) Gender identification in Modern Greek tweets 12:00Rafał L. Górski, Maciej Eder and Jan Rybicki (Poland) Stylistic fingerprints, POS tags and inflected languages: A case study in Polish 12:30 Lunch SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014

13 Session 11 (Auditorium Maximum) 13.30Adam Pawłowski (Poland) The Krylov Law as a tool for comparative lexicology. The example of Polish 19th century dictionaries 14:00Dylan Glynn (France) Modelling multidimensional polysemy networks. The case of /over/ 14:30Lu Wang (Germany) Polyfunctionality and polysemy in Chinese 15:00Coffee break SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014

14 Session 12 (Auditorium Maximum) 15:30Aris Xanthos and Guillaume Guex (Switzerland) On the robust measurement of inflectional diversity 16:00Petra Steiner (Germany) Diversification in the noun inflection of old English 16:30Gemma Bel-Enguix (France) and Ramon Ferrer-I-Cancho (Spain) and Kirsten Bonn (USA) The dependency between the variance of word length and word frequency 17:00Closing remarks and disccussion 18:00Trip to Bouzov Castle and conference closing banquet SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014

15 11:00 – 13:30Guided tour of Olomouc historic centre SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2014


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