hpsg-l Digest, Vol 33, Issue 3
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> 1. LREC 2010 - First Announcement and Call for Papers (info at elda.org)
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> *LREC 2010 - 7th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation*
> *FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS*
> MEDITERRANEAN CONFERENCE CENTRE, VALLETTA - MALTA
> MAIN CONFERENCE: 19-20-21 MAY 2010
> WORKSHOPS and TUTORIALS: 17-18 MAY and 22-23 MAY 2010
> Conference web site: http://www.lrec-conf.org/lrec2010/
> The seventh international conference on Language Resources and
> Evaluation (LREC) will be organised in 2010 by ELRA in cooperation with
> a wide range of international associations and organisations.
> *CONFERENCE AIMS*
> In 12 years -- the first LREC was held in Granada in 1998 -- LREC has
> become the major event on Language Resources (LRs) and Evaluation for
> Human Language Technologies (HLT). The aim of LREC is to provide an
> overview of the state-of-the-art, explore new R&D directions and
> emerging trends, exchange information regarding LRs and their
> applications, evaluation methodologies and tools, ongoing and planned
> activities, industrial uses and needs, requirements coming from the
> e-society, both with respect to policy issues and to technological and
> organisational ones.
> LREC provides a unique forum for researchers, industrials and funding
> agencies from across a wide spectrum of areas to discuss problems and
> opportunities, find new synergies and promote initiatives for
> international cooperation, in support to investigations in language
> sciences, progress in language technologies and development of
> corresponding products, services and applications, and standards.
> *Special Highlight: Contribute to building the LREC2010 Map!*
> LREC2010 recognises that time is ripe to launch an important initiative,
> the *LREC2010 Map of Language Resources, Technologies and Evaluation*.
> The Map will be a collective enterprise of the LREC community, as a
> first step towards the creation of a very broad, community-built, Open
> Resource Infrastructure. As first in a series, it will become an
> essential instrument to monitor the field and to identify shifts in the
> production, use and evaluation of LRs and LTs over the years.
> When submitting a paper, from the START page you will be asked to fill
> in a very simple template to provide essential information about
> resources (in a broad sense that includes technologies, standards,
> evaluation kits, etc.) that either have been used for the work described
> in the paper or are a new result of your research.
> The Map will be disclosed at LREC, where some event(s) will be organised
> around this initiative.
> *CONFERENCE TOPICS*
> *Issues in the design, construction and use of Language Resources (LRs):
> text, speech, other associated media and modalities*
> . Guidelines, standards, specifications, models and best practices
> for LRs
> . Methodologies and tools for LRs construction and annotation
> . Methodologies and tools for the extraction and acquisition of knowledge
> . Ontologies and knowledge representation
> . Terminology
> . Integration between (multilingual) LRs, ontologies and Semantic Web
> . Metadata descriptions of LRs and metadata for semantic/content markup
> . Validation, quality assurance, evaluation of LRs
> *Exploitation of LRs in different types of systems and applications *
> . For: information extraction, information retrieval, speech
> dictation, mobile communication, machine translation, summarisation,
> semantic search, text mining, inferencing, reasoning, etc.
> . In different types of interfaces: (speech-based) dialogue systems,
> natural language and multimodal/multisensorial interactions, voice
> activated services, cognitive systems, etc.
> . Communication with neighbouring fields of applications, e.g.
> e-government, e-culture, e-health, e-participation, mobile applications,
> . Industrial LRs requirements, user needs
> *Issues in Human Language Technologies evaluation*
> . HLT Evaluation methodologies, protocols and measures
> . Benchmarking of systems and products
> . Usability evaluation of HLT-based user interfaces (speech-based,
> text-based, multimodal-based, etc.), interactions and dialogue systems
> . Usability and user satisfaction evaluation
> *General issues regarding LRs & Evaluation*
> . National and international activities and projects
> . Priorities, perspectives, strategies in national and international
> policies for LRs
> . Open architectures
> . Organisational, economical and legal issues
> The Scientific Programme will include invited talks, oral presentations,
> poster and demo presentations, and panels.
> There is no difference in quality between oral and poster presentations.
> Only the appropriateness of the type of communication (more or less
> interactive) to the content of the paper will be considered.
> *SUBMISSIONS AND DATES*
> Submitted abstracts of papers for oral and poster or demo presentations
> should consist of about 1500-2000 words.
> . Submission of proposals for oral and poster/demo papers: 31 October
> Proposals for panels, workshops and tutorials will be reviewed by the
> Programme Committee.
> . Submission of proposals for panels, workshops and tutorials: 31
> October 2009
> The Proceedings on CD will include both oral and poster papers, in the
> same format. They will be added to the ELRA web archives before the
> A Book of Abstracts will be printed.
> CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE *
> Nicoletta Calzolari, Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale del CNR -
> Pisa, Italy (Conference chair)
> Khalid Choukri - ELRA, Paris, France
> Bente Maegaard - CST, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
> Joseph Mariani - LIMSI-CNRS and IMMI, Orsay, France
> Jan Odijk - UIL-OTS, Utrecht, The Netherlands
> Stelios Piperidis - Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP),
> Athens, Greece
> Mike Rosner -- Department of Intelligent Computer Systems, University of
> Malta, Malta
> Daniel Tapias - Sigma Technologies S.L., Madrid, Spain
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