25.3277, Internships: Inria

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Subject: 25.3277, Internships: Inria

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Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2014 16:42:48
From: Laurent Romary [laurent.romary at inria.fr]
Subject: Short-Term Research Position - Comparing and Improving Lexical Representation Standards

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University or Organization: Inria
Web Address: http://www.inria.fr

Type of Work: Lexical Data Modeling

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics

Duration: 01-Oct-2014 to 28-Feb-2015
Compensation: Paid 1100-2100€ per month
Internship Location: Berlin, Germany
Minimum Education Level: MA
Inria is looking for a highly motivated young researcher (PhD or PhD Student)
to provide an in-depth analysis of the ISO 24613 (Lexical Markup Framework -
LMF) and its current application in both the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)
guidelines and the W3C OntoLex initiative.

The core activity of the short research stay will be to examine how well the
LMF meta-model is reflected in the TEI guidelines and the current OntoLex
specification, in order to create a customisation of the TEI guidelines that
has at least the same coverage as the Ontolex specification. 

Duties and Responsibilities
The work will include gathering lexical samples that could serve as a proof of
concept for this customization.

The ideal candidate should have:
- research interest in lexical information (from a lexicographic, corpus
linguistic or computational linguistic viewpoint); the researcher may work on
his/her own data;
- understanding of data modeling in XML and/or OWL, with basic skills in XSLT.
Experience with XML schema languages will be considered a plus.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Laurent Romary
	Email: laurent.romary at inria.fr

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