Kristina Gulordava

I am a PhD student at the University of Geneva working with Paola Merlo on computational approaches to word order variation from a cross-linguistic perspective. I am affiliated with the Department of Linguistics and the interdisciplinary Computational Learning and Computational Linguistics CLCL group.


Multi-lingual Dependency Parsing Evaluation: a Large-scale Analysis of Word Order Properties using Artificial Data. TACL pdf
Kristina Gulordava, Paola Merlo. 2016.

Discontinuous Verb Phrases in Parsing and Machine Translation of English and German. LREC pdf
Sharid Loáiciga, Kristina Gulordava. 2016.

Dependency length minimisation effects in short spans: a large-scale analysis of adjective placement in complex noun phrases. ACL short pdf
Kristina Gulordava, Paola Merlo, Benoit Crabbé. 2015.

Structural and lexical factors in adjective placement in complex noun phrases across Romance languages. CONLL pdf
Kristina Gulordava, Paola Merlo. 2015.

Diachronic Trends in Word Order Freedom and Dependency Length in Dependency-Annotated Corpora of Latin and Ancient Greek. International Conference on Dependency Linguistics pdf
Kristina Gulordava, Paola Merlo. 2015.

A distributional similarity approach to the detection of semantic change in the Google Books Ngram corpus. Proceedings of the GEMS 2011 Workshop on GEometrical Models of Natural Language Semantics pdf
Kristina Gulordava, Marco Baroni. 2011.

Abstracts and work in progress

Lexico-semantic factors in the variation of adjective placement in complex noun phrases in Italian DSALT workshop abstract
Kristina Gulordava. 2016

A large-scale corpus-based study of NP-internal word order variation for several languages. 8th Days of Swiss Linguistics abstract
Kristina Gulordava, Paola Merlo. 2014.