Accepted Papers

Archival Track - Long Papers

Conditional Adversarial Networks for Multi-Domain Text Classification
Yuan Wu, Diana Inkpen and Ahmed El-Roby
Bridging the gap between supervised classification and unsupervised topic modelling for social-media assisted crisis management
Mikael Brunila, Rosie Zhao, Andrei Mircea Romascanu, Sam Lumley and Renee Sieber
Genres, Parsers, and BERT: The Interaction Between Parsers and BERT Models in Cross-Genre Constituency Parsing in English and Swedish
Daniel Dakota
Cross-Lingual Transfer with MAML on Trees
Jezabel Garcia, Federica Freddi, Jamie McGowan, Tim Nieradzik, Feng-Ting Liao, Ye Tian, Da-shan Shiu and Alberto Bernacchia
Addressing Zero-Resource Domains Using Document-Level Context in Neural Machine Translation
Dario Stojanovski and Alexander Fraser
MultiReQA: A Cross-Domain Evaluation forRetrieval Question Answering Models
Mandy Guo, Yinfei Yang, Daniel Cer, Qinlan Shen and Noah Constant
BERTologiCoMix: How does Code-Mixing interact with Multilingual BERT?
Sebastin Santy, Anirudh Srinivasan and Monojit Choudhury
Locality Preserving Loss: Neighbors that Live together, Align together
Ashwinkumar Ganesan, Francis Ferraro and Tim Oates
Trajectory-Based Meta-Learning for Out-Of-Vocabulary Word Embedding Learning
Gordon Buck and Andreas Vlachos
Dependency Parsing Evaluation for Low-resource Spontaneous Speech
Zoey Liu and Emily Prud'hommeaux
User Factor Adaptation for User Embedding via Multitask Learning
Xiaolei Huang, Michael J. Paul, Franck Dernoncourt, Robin Burke and Mark Dredze
Analyzing the Domain Robustness of Pretrained Language Models, Layer by Layer
Abhinav Ramesh Kashyap, Laiba Mehnaz, Bhavitvya Malik, Abdul Waheed, Devamanyu Hazarika, Min-Yen Kan and Rajiv Ratn Shah
Few-Shot Learning of an Interleaved Text Summarization Model by Pretraining with Synthetic Data
Sanjeev Kumar Karn, Francine Chen, Yan-Ying Chen, Ulli Waltinger and Hinrich Schütze

Archival Track - Short Papers

Multidomain Pretrained Language Models for Green NLP
Antonios Maronikolakis and Hinrich Schütze
Pseudo-Label Guided Unsupervised Domain Adaptation of Contextual Embeddings
Tianyu Chen, Shaohan Huang, Furu Wei and Jianxin Li
The impact of domain-specific representations on BERT-based multi-domain spoken language understanding
Judith Gaspers, Quynh Do, Tobias Röding and Melanie Bradford
Challenges in Annotating and Parsing Spoken, Code-switched, Frisian-Dutch Data
Anouck Braggaar and Rob van der Goot
Domain adaptation in practice: Lessons from a real-world information extraction pipeline
Timothy Miller, Egoitz Laparra and Steven Bethard
On the Hidden Negative Transfer in Sequential Transfer Learning for Domain Adaptation from News to Tweets
Sara Meftah, Nasredine Semmar, Youssef Tamaazousti, Hassane Essafi and Fatiha Sadat
An Empirical Study of Compound PCFGs
Yanpeng Zhao and Ivan Titov
On the Effectiveness of Dataset Embeddings in Mono-lingual,Multi-lingual and Zero-shot Conditions
Rob van der Goot, Ahmet Üstün and Barbara Plank
Effective Distant Supervision for Temporal Relation Extraction
Xinyu Zhao, Shih-Ting Lin and Greg Durrett
Zero-Shot Cross-Lingual Dependency Parsing through Contextual Embedding Transformation
Haoran Xu and Philipp Koehn
Gradual Fine-Tuning for Low-Resource Domain Adaptation
Haoran Xu, Seth Ebner, Mahsa Yarmohammadi, Aaron Steven White, Benjamin Van Durme and Kenton Murray
Semantic Parsing of Brief and Multi-Intent Natural Language Utterances
Logan Lebanoff, Charles Newton, Victor Hung, Beth Atkinson, John Killilea and Fei Liu
Domain Adaptation for NMT via Filtered Iterative Back-Translation
Surabhi Kumari, Nikhil Jaiswal, Mayur Patidar, Manasi Patwardhan, Shirish Karande, Puneet Agarwal and Lovekesh Vig

Non-Archival Track

Training and Domain Adaptation for Supervised Text Segmentation
Goran Glavaš, Ananya Ganesh and Swapna Somasundaran
Adapting to the Long Tail in Language Understanding
Aakanksha Naik and Carolyn Rose

Oral Presentation


Since the workshop participants come from different time zones and because of the virtual nature of the conference, the poster session occur twice and is accessible for any time zone.

First Poster Session - 10:00am - 11:00am (CET)

Second Poster Session - 3:40pm - 4:40pm (CET)