Day 1 : Wednesday 28 June

Room A
Room B
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Room A
10:00-11:00Invited lecture 1
Chair: Aris Xanthos
Tanja Samardžić
Subword tokenization as a method for discovering and comparing linguistic structures
11:30-12:30Session A1
Linguistic variation

Chair: Hermann Moisl
Session B1
Sign languages

Chair: Guillaume Guex
Theodore Manning,
Eugenia Lukin,
Ross Klein and Patrick Juola
Construction & Analysis of a Map-Based Corpus for Tracking Linguistic Variation & Demographic Characteristic Identification
Jan Andres and
Jiri Langer
Persistence of Czech sign language
Yaqin Wang and
Jingqi Yan
Investigating the Linguistic Variation of Lyrics Genre through Quantitative Lens
Jiri Langer and
Jan Andres
Significance of sign parameters based on the quantitative linguistic analysis
14:00-15:30Session A2
Quantitative indices
Chair: François Bavaud
Session B2
East-Asian languages

Chair: Adam Pawłowski
Neus Català i Roig, Jaume Baixeries i Juvillà,
Lucas Lacasa and
Antoni Hernández-Fernández
Semanticity, a new concept in Quantitative Linguistics: an analysis of Catalan
Xinying Chen and Ziyan Wei
How to define a word in Japanese? Word segmentation in Japanese from the Zipf’s law perspective
Lars Johnsen
Term distance as a relevance measure
Biyan Yu and
Lu Fan
Colligation Diversity in Chinese Grammaticalization: An Entropy-based Approach
Stefan Th. Gries
A dispersion measure that is by design orthogonal to frequency and its predictive power for lexical decision times
Hua Wang
A Quantitative Study of Noun Phrase Length in English and Chinese
16:00-17:30Session A3
Dependencies 1

Chair: Sheila Embleton
Session B3

Chair: George Mikros
Michaela Nogolová,
Mačutek Ján and
Radek Čech
Distributional properties of linear dependency segments
Patrick Juola and
Alejandro J. Napolitano Jawerbaum
A Comparative Analysis of Authorship Attribution in a Creole and Non-Creole Language
Sonia Petrini and
Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho
The distribution of syntactic dependency distances
Adam Pawłowski and
Tomasz Walkowiak
Can stylometry reveal more than a human reader in a text? A study based on Romain Gary and Emile Ajar’s case.
Lu Fan and
Biyan Yu
Probability Distribution of Dependency Distance in Translational language Based on a Treebank Transformed from a Bidirectional Parallel and Comparable Corpus
Jacques Savoy
French Plays of the 17th Century: A Stylometric Analysis
17:30Welcome drink
18:30-19:30IQLA business meeting

Day 2 : Thursday 29 June

Room A
Room B
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Room A
09:00-10:30Session A4
Dependencies 2

Chair: Ján Mačutek
Session B4

Chair: Coline Métrailler
Aixiu An,
Yingqin Hu and
Anne Abeillé
A gradient model of LDD acceptability
Tereza Klemensová and
Michal Místecký
Long Time No Joe: Piotrowski-Law Development of Personal Names in the Diachronic Perspective
Felix Bildhauer,
Thilo Weber and
Franziska Münzberg
Syntactic boundaries or word-count distance? Co-reference configurations and the choice between finite and non-finite adnominal clauses in German
Quentin Feltgen
A Zipf-Mandelbrot Approach to Diachronic Productivity
Haruko Sanada
The length and order of grammatical elements in the Japanese clause
Eric S. Wheeler and
Sheila Embleton
Visualizing Character Profile Shifts in English Texts Over The Centuries
11:00-12:30Session A5
Dependencies 3

Chair: Emmerich Kelih
Session B5
Lexical semantics

Chair: Arjuna Tuzzi
Michaela Hanuskova,
Michaela Nogolova and
Miroslav Kubat
Development of mean dependency distance in Czech L2 texts across proficiency levels A1 to C1
Alizée Lombard,
Anastasia Ulicheva,
Maria Korochkina and
Kathleen Rastle
The regularity of polysemy patterns in the mind: Computational and experimental data
Saeko Komori,
Masatoshi Sugiura,
Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho,
Lluís Alemany-Puig and
Wenping Li
Syntactic development and optimality of dependency distances for Japanese as a second language
Kaleigh Woolford
Modelling semantic differentiation between near-synonyms with word2vec and t-SNE
Yingqi Jing,
Joakim Nivre and
Michael Dunn
Multilevel phylogenetic model shows no evidence for dependency locality in Indo-European
Hermann Moisl
Homomorphism, Voronoi tesselation, and lexical meaning
14:00-15:00Invited lecture 2
Chair: Sheila Embleton
George Mikros
Detection of AI-Generated Texts and Quantitative Analysis of Large Language Model Outputs
15:00-16:00Plenary poster presentation session
Chair: François Bavaud
Corinne Rossari,
Cyrielle Montrichard and
Claudia Ricci
Disambiguating adverbs within a quantitative approach. Identification and annotation of polysemy
Giuseppe Samo
Syntactic strategies for null and pronominal subjects: a quantitative study
Alessandro Meneghini,
Valentina Rizzoli and
George Markopoulos
Quantitative analysis of interviews in cooperation contexts: a stylometric profiling of relevant psychological processes
Petr Pořízka
CapekDraCor database and some aspects of quantitative linguistic analysis of the Čapek brothers’ plays
Takuto Nakayama
Are All Languages Equally Complex?: Information Theory-based Method to Measure the Overall Complexity of a Language
Yosuke Takubo,
Masayuki Asahara and
Makoto Yamazaki
Analyzing Japanese texts with evaluation of randomness in binary expression
Tatsuhiko Matsushita
Text Covering Efficiency and Word Tier Analysis for the proposal of vocabulary learning order and the analysis of text genres
Woonhyung Chung
Trump’s Simple Language: His Idiolect or Global Trend? Exploring Lexical Sophistication in U.S. Presidential Discourses
Barend Beekhuizen and
Kaleigh Woolford
Community-specific Context Typicality as a determinant of lexical variation
Tatsuhiko Matsushita
Part-of-speech proportion as an index of formality and informality: The case of Japanese
Martin Hilpert,
David Correia Saavedra and
Jennifer Rains
Quantifying meaning differences between English clippings and their source words
Justine Salvadori,
Rossella Varvara and
Richard Huyghe
Incidence- and abundance-based measures to assess rivalry in word formation
Yan Liang
Probabilistic Regularity in Translation: A Quantitative Description of Dependency Treebank of Academic Abstracts
16:00-16:30Break + exposed posters
16:30-17:00Session A6
Quantitative indices 2

Chair: Guillaume Guex

Stefan Th. Gries
Two+-dimensional uncertainty estimates for frequency, dispersion, and association measures

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Day 3 : Friday 30 June

Room A
Room B
In front of
Room A
09:00-10:30Session A7
Language complexity
Chair: Aris Xanthos
Session B7
Slavic Languages

Chair: Arjuna Tuzzi
Petra Steiner
Morphological Complexity in Lexical Networks
Chenliang Zhou and
Junyi Xu
Uncovering the Relationships Among Slavic Languages: A Lexical Diversity Analysis
Maud Reveilhac and
Gerold Schneider
Measuring language complexity about European politics using different data sources and methods
Ján Mačutek,
Emmerich Kelih and
Michaela Koščová
A quantitative approach to noun declension in Slavic language
Zheyuan Dai and
Jianwei Yan
Discourse Markers’ Role in Syntactic Complexity of Sentence Structure: A Distance-driven Quantitative Case Study Based on TED Talks
Miroslav Kubát,
Radek Čech and
Xinying Chen
Distribution of syntactic functions in different styles and genres
11:00-12:30Session A8
Statistical laws

Chair: Emmerich Kelih
Session B8
Neural networks

Chair: Guillaume Guex
Iván G. Torre,
Łukasz Dębowski and
Antonio Hernández-Fernández
Menzerath-Altmann’s law versus Menzerath’s law as a criterion of complexity in communication
Olivier Rüst,
Marco Baroni and
Sabine Stoll
Getting creative: A Neural Network approach to predicting child utterances in 12 typologically diverse languages
Jiří Milička
Modelling Menzerath’s Law with Gaussian Copula
Julia Lukasiewicz-Pater,
Ximena Gutierrez-Vasquez and
Christian Bentz
Entropic analyses of the Voynich Manuscript using a diverse cross-linguistic corpus and neural networks
Łukasz Dębowski and
Iván González Torre
Principled Analytic Corrections of Zipf’s Law
Magali Guaresi,
Sofiane Haris and
Laurent Vanni
Text Analysis Using Convolutional Neural Networks with Multi-Head Attention
14:00-15:00Session A9
Text classification

Chair: Coline Métrailler
Session B9
Social media

Chair: Radek Cech
Matilde Trevisani and
Arjuna Tuzzi
Capturing Distinctiveness: Transparent Procedures to Escape a Pervasive Black-Box Propensity
Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales
Bayesian and frequentist approaches to explaining (and predicting) morphosyntactic variation in East Asia using social media data
Lars Johnsen,
Adam Pawłowski and
Tomasz Walkowiak
Linguistic image of selected decimal classification categories in large bibliographies. Comparative analysis of representative languages of Central Europe and Scandinavia.
Prakhar Gupta,
Elisa Pellegrino,
Leyla Benkais and
Aris Xanthos
Assessing gender impact on paralinguistic accommodation in French WhatsApp conversations
15:00-15:30Closing session
Chair: Ján Mačutek