Zhao Yiyi, Ph.D.
PhD student in Applied Linguistics (Computational Linguistics),Communication University of China. June 2011
MA in Applied Linguistics,Communication University of China. June 2008
BA in Chinese Language and Literature (Applied Linguistics), Department of Applied Linguistics, Communication University of China. June 2005
2011-2015, Assistant Professor, at Department of Chinese Language and Literature, School of Humanities, Xiamen University;
2015-present, Associate Professor, at Department of Chinese Language and Literature, School of Humanities, Xiamen University.
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics&Computational Linguistics, Dependency Grammar, Complex Networks & Cognitive Science.
Dependency Grammar from theory to practice.Syntactic theory is an important component of linguistic theory research, is also an important part between lexical analysis and semantic analysis of natural language processing. Dependency grammar used in multilingual analysis, proved to be one of the universal linguistic theories. Learning dependency grammar theory and applying it to a Chinese syntactic analysis is the main purpose and mission of this course.
Language Planning.Language planning is a body of ideas, laws and regulations (language policy), change rules, beliefs, and practices intended to achieve a planned change (or to stop change from happening) in the language use in one or more communities. Since the 20th century China has rich experience in the practice of language planning (Pinyin, simplified Chinese characters, the promotion of Putonghua), but slightly less than in the study of language planning theory. So the main purpose of this course is to introduce the theoretical model of language planning abroad.
Semiotics.Semiotics is the scientific study of signs communication. The rise of modern semiotics has close relation with structural linguistics. In the view of Ferdinand de Saussure, Linguistics is only part of the semiotics. While,semiotic just part of the generalized linguistics in Roland Barthes’s opinion. The aim of this course is to introduce semiotics principles, theory development and the genreof semiotics.
Mathematical Modeling in Language Networks Research. Journal of Chinese Information Processing, 2015, 29(6):46-53. Zhao Yiyi, Liu Haitao
View Language System as Networks. The Editorial Department of the Journal of Xiamen University (Arts & Social Sciences Edition), 2014,226(6):127-136. Zhao Yiyi, Liu Haitao.
Three lines to view language network: Comment on “Approaching human language with complex networks” by Cong and Liu.Physics of Life Reviews, 2014(4):637-638.Yiyi Zhao. SCI(WOS:000346230400016) EI(AS:20143600020065)
The Structure and Comparison among Language Co-occurrence, Syntactic, Semantic Network. Journal of Chinese Information Processing, 2014, 28(5):24-31. Zhao Yiyi, Liu Haitao.
Automatic Processing of Chinese special structure ‘Ba-construction’. Proceeding of 2014 International Conference on Asian Language Processing, 2014:62-65. Zhao Yiyi, EI (AS:20153701261442)
MinimizingDependency Distance in Understanding of Ambiguous Structure.Computer Engineering and Applications, 2014,50(6):7-11. Zhao Yiyi, Liu Haitao.
How do Local Syntactic Structures InfluenceGlobal Properties in Language Network? Glottometrics 20, 2010, 35-58. Haitao Liu, Yiyi Zhao, Wei Huang.ESCI
Chinese syntactic and typological properties based on dependency syntactic treebanks. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. 2009, 45(4): 509-523.Liu, Zhao, Li. SSCI、A&HCI(number 000274330500003)
Factors influencing dependency parsing of coordinating structure. Proceeding of 2009 IEEE International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Engineering, 2009. 58-63. Yiyi ZHAO, Song GAO, Haitao LIU. EI(AS:20095212578842)
Chinese Dependency Parsing Based on Treebank Pattern. Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, 2009, 22(1): 17-21.LIU Hai-Tao, ZHAO Yi-Yi. EI (AS:2009151202321)
Automatic Parsing of Coordination Structure in Contemporary Chinese. Advance of Linguistics in China(2007-2009), Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, pp148-153.Zhao Yiyi, Gao Song, Liu Haitao