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Wed Jul 5 2000

Confs: Semantic Annotation/Intelligent Content/COLING

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  1. Paul Buitelaar, COLING Workshop "Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content"

Message 1: COLING Workshop "Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content"

Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2000 10:36:14 +0200
From: Paul Buitelaar <paulbdfki.de>
Subject: COLING Workshop "Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content"


 Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content

 a workshop to be held at

 Coling 2000, the 18th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

 Luxembourg, 5/6 August 2000


Dear colleague,

I would like to draw your attention to the COLING workshop on
"Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content". The purpose of this
workshop is to encourage discussion and evaluation of semantic
annotation projects and proposals, from a broad point of view that
includes multimedia applications. The final program for this workshop
is now available at:

http://www.coling.org/work5-prog.html

Follow additional links to register and for further info on this and other
workshops and on COLING 2000


Invited Talks

In-depth Utilization of Natural Language Processing for Rich Semantic
Annotation

 Elizabeth Liddy, Syracuse University, USA
MindNet as a Framework for Semantically Structuring Text
 Bill Dolan, Microsoft, USA
UNL: Interlingua as Intelligent Content
 Hiroshi Uchida, United Nations University, Japan
GDA: Semantically Annotated Documents as Intelligent Content
 Koiti Hasida, ETL, Japan


Program Committee

 Amit Bagga, GE Corporate R&D, USA
 Paul Buitelaar, DFKI-LT, Germany (Co-Chair)
 Gregor Erbach, FTW, Austria
 Christiane Fellbaum, Princeton University, USA
 Wolfgang Giere, ZINFO, University of Frankfurt, Germany
 Nicola Guarino, Ladseb-CNR Padova, Italy
 Koiti Hasida, ETL, Japan (Co-Chair)
 Boris Katz, AI Laboratory, MIT, USA
 Adam Kilgarriff, University of Brighton, UK
 Elizabeth Liddy, Syracuse University, USA
 Katashi Nagao, IBM TRL, Japan
 Hiroshi Nakagawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
 Hwee Tou Ng, DSO, Singapore
 Martha Palmer, University of Pennsylvania, USA
 Virach Sornlertlamvanich, NECTEC, Thailand
 Steffen Staab, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
 Henry Thompson, Edinburgh University, UK
 Hiroshi Uchida, United Nations University, Japan
 Remi Zajac, CRL, New Mexico State University, USA
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