NOTE: Time zone changes From March 29, we will shift the meeting from 14:00 UTC to 13:00 UTC. If you live in the Northern hemisphere and switch to daylight saving time, it should be the same local time as it used to. Note that some countries may switch a few weeks earlier or later. The shift makes it more convenient for our Japanese attendees.
The SIGMathLing seminar is a bi-weekly (i.e. every two weeks) seminar on mathematical language. It is intended as a forum for reporting on results and new developments and discussing them with fellow enthusiasts.
The seminar is open to anyone. If you are interested, just join the meeting. No registration etc. required.
Please reach out if you are interested in presenting something. We are always looking for talks.
We use the SIGMathLing mailing list for announcements and a mattermost channel for chat. To join the mattermost channel:
|2020-12-07||Deyan Ginev||Language and mathematics pretraining in 2021: preparing the large open datasets (slides)|
|2020-12-21||Deborah Mendes Ferreira||Premise Selection in Natural Language: Finding supporting facts for mathematical statements (slides)|
|2021-01-04||-||cancelled (too close to New Year)|
|2021-01-18||Jan Frederik Schaefer||A Symbolic Framework for Mathematical Language Understanding (slides)|
|2021-02-01||Takuto Asakura||Towards Grounding of Formulae (slides)|
|2021-03-01||Bernhard Schröder||Framed proofs – Linguistic aspects of proof texts and frames|
|2021-03-29||André Greiner-Petter||Comparative Verification of Digital Mathematical Libraries and Computer Algebra Systems (slides)|
|2021-04-12||Deyan Ginev||Scientific Statement Classification over arXiv.org (slides)|
|2021-05-24||?||May be cancelled (public holiday after pentecoast at least in Germany)|