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Dr. Roland Roller

Publications

Tomohiro Nishiyama; Lisa Raithel; Roland Roller; Pierre Zweigenbaum; Eiji Aramaki

In: Proceedings of CALD-Pseudo at EACL 2024. Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-2024), March 17-22, Malta, Malta, ACL, 2024.

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Sharlyn ST Ng; Robert Oehring; Nikitha Ramasetti; Roland Roller; Philippe Thomas; Yuxuan Chen; Simon Moosburner; Axel Winter; Max-Magnus Maurer; Timo A Auer; Can Kamali; Johann Pratschke; Christian Benzing; Felix Krenzien

In: Trials, Vol. 24, 577 (2023), No. 1, Pages 1-10, Springer, 9/2023.

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Iyadh Ben Cheikh Larbi; Aljoscha Burchardt; Roland Roller

In: Elisa Bassignana; Matthias Lindemann; Alban Petit (Hrsg.). EACL 2023 - Proceedings of the Student Research Workshop. Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Student Research Workshop (EACL-2023), May 2-4, Pages 105-111, ISBN 978-1-959429-48-7, ACL, 5/2023.

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