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Submissions are now closed

Deadline: 24 May 2024 11:59pm, UTC-12 (anywhere on Earth)

Submission of long (8 page) and short (4 page) papers takes place through direct submission via OpenReview (OR):

  • OpenReview: Submit directly by May 17th. Use the respective OR submission button and do not commit any ARR submissions. Please note: if you are new to OpenReview, profiles created without an institutional email will go through a moderation process that can take up to two weeks, but new profiles created with an institutional email will be activated automatically.

  • Non-archival option: No formatting, page restriction, anonymisation is required for non-archival submissions. Papers accepted to the non-archival track will be shown in the workshop website, but will NOT be included in the proceedings.

logo Accepted papers

  • Leveraging Part-of-Speech Tagging for Enhanced Stylometry of Latin Literature
    Sarah Li Chen, Patrick J. Burns, Thomas J Bolt, Pramit Chaudhuri, Joseph P. Dexter
  • Ancient Wisdom, Modern Tools: Exploring Retrieval-Augmented LLMs for Ancient Indian Philosophy
    Priyanka Mandikal ★ outstanding paper
  • Latin Treebanks in Review: An Evaluation of Morphological Tagging Across Time
    Marisa Hudspeth, Brendan O’Connor, Laure Thompson
  • SumTablets: A Transliteration Dataset of Sumerian Tablets
    Cole Simmons, Richard Diehl Martinez, Dan Jurafsky
  • A deep learning pipeline for the palaeographical dating of ancient Greek papyrus fragments
    Graham West, Matthew I. Swindall, James H. Brusuelas, Francesca Maltomini, Marius Gerhardt, Marzia D’Angelo, John F. Wallin
  • Towards Context-aware Normalization of Variant Characters in Classical Chinese Using Parallel Editions and BERT
    Florian Kessler
  • CuReD: Deep Learning Optical Character Recognition for Cuneiform Text Editions and Legacy Materials
    Shai Gordin, Morris Alper, Avital Romach, Luis Daniel Saenz Santos, Naama Yochai, Roey Lalazar
  • Coarse-to-Fine Generative Model for Oracle Bone Inscriptions Inpainting
    Shibin Wang, Wenjie Guo, Yubo Xu, Dong Liu, Xueshan Li ★ outstanding paper
  • UFCNet: Unsupervised Network based on Fourier transform and Convolutional attention for Oracle Character Recognition
    Yanan Zhou, Guoqi Liu, Yiping Yang, Linyuan Ru, Dong Liu, Xueshan Li
  • Neural Lemmatization and POS-tagging models for Coptic, Demotic and Earlier Egyptian
    Aleksi Sahala, Eliese-Sophia Lincke
  • Deep Learning Meets Egyptology: a Hieroglyphic Transformer for Translating Ancient Egyptian
    Mattia De Cao, Nicola De Cao, Angelo Colonna, Alessandro Lenci
  • Lacuna Language Learning: Leveraging RNNs for Ranked Text Completion in Digitized Coptic Manuscripts
    Lauren Elizabeth Levine, Cindy Tung Li, Lydia BremerMcCollum, Nicholas E. Wagner, Amir Zeldes
  • A new machine-actionable corpus for ancient text restoration
    Will Fitzgerald, Justin Barney
  • Long Unit Word Tokenization and Bunsetsu Segmentation of Historical Japanese
    Hiroaki Ozaki, Kanako Komiya, Masayuki Asahara, Toshinobu Ogiso
  • Classifier identification in Ancient Egyptian as a low-resource sequence-labelling task
    Dmitry Nikolaev, Jorke Grotenhuis, Haleli Harel, Orly Goldwasser
  • Classification of Paleographic Artifacts at Scale: Mitigating Confounds and Distribution Shift in Cuneiform Tablet Dating
    Danlu Chen, Jiahe Tian, Yufei Weng, Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, Jacobo Myerston
  • MsBERT: A New Model for the Reconstruction of Lacunae in Hebrew Manuscripts
    Avi Shmidman, Ometz Shmidman, Hillel Gershuni, Moshe Koppel
  • Challenging Error Correction in Recognised Byzantine Greek
    John Pavlopoulos, Vasiliki Kougia, Esteban Garces Arias, Paraskevi Platanou, Stepan Shabalin, Konstantina Liagkou, Emmanouil Papadatos, Holger Essler, Jean-Baptiste Camps, Franz Fischer ★ outstanding paper
  • Exploring intertextuality across the Homeric poems through language models
    Maria Konstantinidou, John Pavlopoulos, Elton Barker
  • The Metronome Approach to Sanskrit Meter: Analysis for the Rigveda
    Yuzuki Tsukagoshi, Ikki Ohmukai
  • UD-ETCSUX: Toward a Better Understanding of Sumerian Syntax
    Kenan Jiang, Adam G Anderson
  • Adapting transformer models to morphological tagging of two highly inflectional languages: a case study on Ancient Greek and Latin
    Alek Keersmaekers, Wouter Mercelis
  • "Gotta catch `em all!": Retrieving people in Ancient Greek texts combining transformer models and domain knowledge
    Marijke Beersmans, Alek Keersmaekers, Evelien de Graaf, Tim Van de Cruys, Mark Depauw, Margherita Fantoli
  • Detecting Narrative Patterns in Biblical Hebrew and Greek
    Hope McGovern, Hale Sirin Ryan, Tom Lippincott, Andrew Caines
  • Restoring Mycenaean Linear B 'A&B' series tablets using supervised and transfer learning
    Katerina Papavassileiou, Dimitrios Kosmopoulos
  • Application of Machine Learning to the Critical Edition of Ancient Greek Inscriptions: Ithaca and the Corpus of Oracular Inscriptions of Dodona
    Elena Martín González
  • A Dataset for Metaphor Detection in Early Medieval Hebrew Poetry
    Michael Toker, Oren Mishali, Ophir Münz-Manor, Benny Kimelfeld, Yonatan Belinkov
  • Predicate Sense Disambiguation for UMR Annotation of Latin: Challenges and Insights
    Federica Gamba