Betti, A., Reynaert, M., Ossenkoppele, T., Oortwijn, Y., Salway, A. and Bloem, J. 2020. Expert Concept-Modeling Ground Truth Construction for Word Embeddings Evaluation in Concept-Focused Domains. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Coling 2020.

Salway, A. and Baker, J. 2020. Investigating Curatorial Voice with Corpus Linguistic Techniques: the case of Dorothy George and applications in museological practice. Museum and Society 18, 151-169.

Baker, J. and Salway, A. 2020. Curatorial labour, voice, and legacy: Mary Dorothy George and the Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, 1930-1954. Historical Research 93(262): 769-785.

Böhm, G., Pfister, H.-R., Salway, A. and Fløttum, K. 2019. Remembering and Communicating Climate Change Narratives – The Influence of World Views on Selective Recollection. Frontiers of Psychology 10:1026.

Salway, A. 2017. Data-driven approaches to climate change discourse (pre-print version here). In K. Fløttum ed., The Role of Language in the Climate Change Debate, 151-170. New York and London: Routledge.

Salway, A., Meurer, P., Hofland, K. and Regeim, Ø. 2017. Quote extraction and attribution from Norwegian newspapers. Procs. 21st Nordic Conference on Computational Linguistics (NoDaLiDa), Gothenburg.

Salway, A., Elgesem, D., Hofland, K., Reigem, Ø. and Steskal, L. 2016. Topically-focused Blog Corpora for Multiple Languages. Procs. 10th Web as Corpus (WAC-X), ACL 2016, 17-26.

Salway, A. (2016). Data-driven text analysis for digital humanities: some thoughts on how and why. Book of abstracts for DHN 2016 – Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries, ed. Espen S. Ore, 115-117.

Palmer, A. and Salway, A. (2015). Audio description on the thought-action continuum. Style 49(2), 126-148.

Salway, A., Elgesem, D. and Fløttum, K. (2015). Representations of the future in “accepting” and “sceptical” climate change blogs. Extended abstract accepted for oral presentation at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster.

Elgesem, D. and Salway, A. (2015). Traitor, whistleblower or hero? Moral evaluations of the Snowden-affair in the blogosphere. Extended abstract accepted for oral presentation at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster.

Salway, A. and Hofland, K. (2015). Building comparable topical blog corpora for multiple languages. Extended abstract accepted for poster presentation at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster.
Touileb, S. and Salway, A. (2014). Constructions: a new unit of analysis for corpus-based discourse analysis. Proceedings of the 28th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 28) eds. W. Aroonmanakun, P. Boonkwan, and T. Supnithi. ISBN 978-616-551-887-1.

Fløttum, K., Gjerstad, Ø., Gjesdal, A.M., Koteyko, N. and Salway, A. (2014). Representations of the future in English language blogs on climate change. Global Environmental Change 29, 213–222.

Salway, A. and Touileb, S. (2014). Applying Grammar Induction to Text Mining. Procs. ACL 2014.

Salway, A., Touileb, S. and Tvinnereim, E.(2014). Inducing Information Structures for Data-driven Text Analysis. Procs. ACL workshop on Language Technologies and Computational Social Science.

Diakopoulos, N., A. Zhang, D. Elgesem, A. Salway (2014). Identifying and Analyzing Moral Evaluation Frames in Climate Change Blog Discourse. Proc. International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM).

Fløttum, K., Gjerstad, Ø., Gjesdal, A.M., Koteyko, N. and Salway, A. (2014). Representations of the FUTURE in English-language Blogs on Climate Change. ICAME 35 Book of Abstracts.

Diakopoulos,N., A. Zhang, A. Salway (2013). Visual Analytics of Media Frames in Online News and Blogs. IEEE InfoVis Workshop on Text Visualization.

Salway, A., K. Hofland and S. Touileb (2013). “Applying Corpus Techniques to Climate Change Blogs”. Extended abstract in proceedings of Corpus Linguistics 2013, Lancaster.

Hofland, K., P. Meurer and A. Salway (2013). “Forty years of working with corpora: from Ibsen to Twitter, and beyond”. In BeLLS 3 (1).

Salway, A., N. Diakopoulos and D. Elgesem (2012). “Visualizing Information Diffusion and Polarization with Key Statements”. Procs. SocMedVis 2012, workshop at AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin.

Jones, G., Byrne, D., Hughes, M., O’Connor, N. and Salway, A. (2011), “Automated Annotation of Landmark Images Using Community Contributed Datasets and Web Resources”,  in Declerck et al (eds.), Semantic Multimedia, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6725, pp. 111-126.  Heidelberg, Springer.

O’Connor, N. E., Sadlier, D., Lehane, B, Salway, A., Nemrava, J., and Buitelaar, P. (2011), “Multi-modal Analysis for Content Structuring and Event Direction”, in eds. Troncy, R., Huet, B. and Schenk, S., Multimedia Semantics: Metadata, Analysis and Interaction. Wiley-Blackwell.

Salway, A. and Herman, D. (2011), ‘Digitized Corpora as Theory-Building Resource: New Methods for Narrative Inquiry’, in New Narratives, Theory and Practice eds. Page, R. and Thomas, B., University of Nebraska Press.

Jones, G., D. Byrne, M. Hughes, N. O’Connor and A. Salway (2010). ‘Automatic Semantic Annotation of Landmark Images with Web Mining’. Procs. 5th International Conference on Semantic and Digital Media Technologies, SAMT 2010.

Salway, A., L. Kelly, I. Skadiņa, G. Jones (2010). ‘Portable Extraction of Partially Structured Facts from the Web’, in Loftsson, H., Rögnvaldsson, E. And Helgadóttir, S. (eds.), IceTAL 2010, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 6233, pp. 345–356. Heidelberg, Springer.

Salway, A. (2010). ‘The Computer-based Analysis of Narrative and Multimodality’, in Ruth Page (ed.) New Perspectives on Narrative and Multimodality.  London and NY: Routledge, pp. 50-64.

Hughes, M., Salway, A., Jones, G., and O’Connor, N. (2007), ‘Analysing Image-Text Relations for Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalisation’, Second International Workshop on Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization, SMAP 2007.

Salway, A. (2007), ‘A Corpus-based Analysis of Audio Description’, in Díaz Cintas, Orero and Remail (eds.), Media for All: Subtitling for the Deaf, Audio Description and Sign Language, Amsterdam – New York, Rodopi, pp. 151-174 . A preliminary version is available here.

Salway, A., Lehane, B., and O’Connor, N. (2007), ‘Associating Characters with Events in Films‘, ACM International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval, CIVR 2007.

Lingabavan and Salway (2006), ‘What are they talking about? Information Extraction from Film Dialogue’, Dept. of Computing Technical Report CS-06-07, University of Surrey.

Lakritz and Salway (2006), ‘The Semi-Automatic Generation of Audio Description from Screenplays’, Dept. of Computing Technical Report CS-06-05, University of Surrey.

Tomadaki and Salway (2006), ‘Cross-document Coreference for Cross-media Film Indexing’, LREC 2006 Workshop on Crossing Media for Improved Information Access.

Martinec and Salway (2005),  ‘A System for Image-Text Relations in New (and Old) Media ’, Visual Communication 4(3), 337-371.

Salway, Vassiliou and Ahmad (2005), ‘What Happens in Films?’, IEEE Conference on Multimedia and Expo, ICME 2005.

Salway and Xu (2005), ‘Navigating Stories in Films ’, Dept. of Computing Technical Report CS-05-04, University of Surrey.

Salway and Martinec (2005), ‘Some Ideas for Modelling Image-Text Combinations ’, Dept. of Computing Technical Report CS-05-02, University of Surrey.

Tomadaki and Salway (2005), ‘Matching verb attributes for cross-document event co-reference ’, in Erk, Melinger and Schulte im Walde (eds.) Procs. Interdisciplinary Workshop on the Identification and Representation of Verb Features and Verb Classes, pp. 127-132.

Salway, Vassiliou and Xu (2004), ‘Data Models and Knowledge Representation for Video Data ’,  EPRSC GR/R67194/01 TIWO (Television in Words), report for workpackage 1.

Salway, Tomadaki and Vassiliou (2004), ‘Building and Analysing a Corpus of Audio Description Scripts ’,  EPRSC GR/R67194/01 TIWO (Television in Words), report for workpackage 2.

Salway (2004), ‘AuDesc System Specification and Prototypes’,  EPRSC GR/R67194/01 TIWO (Television in Words), report for workpackage 3.

Vassiliou, Salway and Pitt (2004), ‘Formalising Stories: sequences of events and state changes’, IEEE Conference on Multimedia and Expo, ICME 2004.

Salway and Graham (2003), ‘Extracting Information about Emotions in Films’, Procs. 11th ACM Conference on Multimedia 2003, 4th-6th Nov. 2003, pp. 299-302.  ISBN 1-58113-722-2.

Salway, Graham, Tomadaki and Xu (2003), ‘Linking Video and Text via Representations of Narrative’,  AAAI Spring Symposium on Intelligent Multimedia Knowledge Management, Palo Alto, 24-26 March 2003, pp. 104-112.  ISBN 1-57735-190-8.

Salway and Tomadaki (2002), ‘Temporal Information in Collateral Texts for Indexing Moving Images’,  Proceedings of LREC 2002 Workshop on Annotation Standards for Temporal Information in Natural Language, eds. A. Setzer and R. Gaizauskas, pp. 36-43.

Salway and Frehen (2002), ‘Words for Pictures: analysing a corpus of art texts’,   Procs. TKE 2002 – Terminology and Knowledge Engineering.

Gillam, Salway and Ahmad (2002), ‘Digital Heritage and the Use of Terminology.’ Procs. TKE 2002 – Terminology and Knowledge Engineering.

Salway (2000), ‘Computational Semiotics: a framework for integrating multimedia information? ‘  In: Holmqvist, Kuhnlein and Rieser (eds.), Integrating Information from Different Channels in Multi-Media Contexts. Workshop at ESSLLI 2000.

Salway (1999), ‘Video Annotation: the role of specialist text ‘, PhD Dissertation, Dept. of Computing, University of Surrey.

Salway and Ahmad (1999), Multimedia Systems and Semiotics: Collateral Texts for Video Annotation.  Andrew Salway and Khurshid Ahmad. In: IEE Colloquium Digest, Multimedia Databases and MPEG-7, 29 Jan. 1999, London:IEE.

Salway and Ahmad (1998), ‘Talking Pictures: Indexing and Representing Video with Collateral Texts ‘, 14th Twente Workshop on Language Technology – Language Technology for Multimedia Information Retrieval, pp. 85-94.  ISSN / ISBN: 0929-0672.

Ahmad, Boulton and Salway (1998), “Wuster’s Legacy: navigating Web-based art galleries through terminology databases”. Khurshid Ahmad, David Boulton and Andrew Salway. To appear in: Procs. Scientific Conference on Professional Communication, Terminology and Planned Languages: Marking the Centenary of Eugen Wuster’s Birth. Vienna 24-26 August ’98.

Ahmad, Salway and Lansdale (1998), (An)notating Dance: Multimedia Storage and Retrieval.  Khurhsid Ahmad, Andrew Salway and Janet Lansdale. In Henry Selvaraj and Brijesh Verma (eds.), International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Multimedia Applications 1998. (Proc. ICCIMA ’98, Churchill, Victoria, Australia, 1998). Singapore: World Scientific. pp 788-793 (ISBN 981-02-3352-3).   [A longer version here.]

Ahmad and Salway (1997), ‘Safety and Its Signification: A case for a language of safety.’ Khurshid Ahmad and Andrew Salway. Fachsprache – the International Journal of LSP 19 (3-4), 94-110.

Salway and Ahmad (1997), ‘The Role of Metaphors in Financial Texts.’ Andrew Salway and Khurshid Ahmad. ESPRIT Project No. 22271 ACE (Analyst Control Environment). Technical Report No. W2102-AU.

Ahmad and Salway (1996), ‘The Terminology of Safety.’ Khurshid Ahmad and Andrew Salway. TKE ‘96: Terminology and Knowledge Engineering. Proc. of 4th International Congress on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering, Vienna. (26-28 Aug. 1996). Frankfurt: INDEKS-Verlag. pp. 289-297. (ISBN 3-88672-207-4).

Salway, Ahmad and Collingham (1996), ‘Safe-Dis : Computer Programs For The Safe Design And Analysis Of Urban Drainage Networks.’ Andrew Salway, Khurshid Ahmad, Steven Collingham. In: Procs 7th International Conference of Urban Storm Drainage, Hannover 1996. Hannover: Sug Verlagsgesellschaft. pp. 1575-1580. (ISBN 3-00-000860-8).

Salway, Collingham and Ahmad (1996), ‘The development, testing and Evaluation of the Safe-DIS Prototype.’  University of Surrey Computing Science Technical Report No. CS-97-04.

Ahmad, Salway and Collingham (1996), ‘The Safe-DIS Implementation Specification Document.’ University of Surrey Computing Science Technical Report No. CS-97-03.

Collingham, Ahmad and Salway (1995), ‘The Acquisition and Animation of Safety-Related Knowledge.’ University of Surrey Computing Science Technical Report CS-97-02.

Davies, Salway and Ahmad (1992), ‘The Surrey Lemmatisation Tool.’ Andrea Davies, Andrew Salway and Khurshid Ahmad. Department of Computing, University of Surrey, Technical Report 1992.

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