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Message 1: Workshop on Characterisation of Internet Content

Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 10:56:12 -0500 (EST)
From: thomas.beauvisage <thomas.beauvisagefrancetelecom.com>
Subject: Workshop on Characterisation of Internet Content


Workshop on Characterisation of Internet Content 

Date: 31-Jan-2004 - 31-Jan-2004
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Beauvisage Thomas
Contact Email: indices.internetml.free.fr 
Meeting URL: http://www.atala.org/je 

Linguistic Sub-field: Computational Linguistics, Semantics,
Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

This workshop is organised to point to existing problems faced by NLP
tools for the description and use of material available on the
Internet (Web pages and sites, mail, fora, instant mail, etc). Such
problems concerns in particular:
	- methods for content collection, accessibility of content,
formalisms for information storage, etc.
	- the semantics of Internet content: textual content
vs. services offered, multimedia and interactive content, semiotics of
web pages;
	- categorisation methods: topic detection, categorisation of
sites and pages, Internet-specific genres.

Globally speaking, these problems reveal new links between NLP and the
Internet. On the same time, because of these problems, computational
linguistics has to study further the benefits and limitations of NLP
tools for the description and use of Internet
content. Characterisation of Internet content: beyond
keywords. Semantic approach.

Workshop of the Atala, organized by :
 Fran�ois Rastier (CNRS - UMR 7114, Paris X - MoDyCo),
 Natalia Grabar (CRIM/INaLCO, STIM / DSI / AP-HP, Paris 6) and
 Thomas Beauvisage (France T�l�com R&D - DIH/UCE, Paris X - MoDyCo) 

Date: Saturday 31 January 2004

Location: 
 ENST, 49, rue Vergnault, 75013 Paris 
 Amphith�atre Emeraude 
 M�tro : Corvisart 
 Free entry 

Program:

9h15 Presentation of the Workshop 
 
9h30 Thomas Beauvisage (France T�l�com R&D) 
Utiliser les annuaires du Web pour d�crire les parcours sur la Toile 
(Using Web directories to describe users' paths) 
 
10h00 Kamel Sma�li et Armelle Brun (LORIA)
Routage automatique de courriers �lectroniques 
(Automatic routing of emails ) 
 
10h30 Break 
 
11h00 Antoine Marzin, Lionel Martin, Christel Vrain et Guillaume
Cleuziou (LIFO, U. Orl�ans)
Classification de pages Web en Genre 
(Genre-based Web pages classification) 
 
11h30 Martine Hurault-Plantet (LIMSI-CNRS)
S�lection de traits et d�tection de th�mes pour l'analyse d'un corpus
de pages personnelles Web (Selection of traits and topic detection for
the analysis of a corpus of personal Web pages)
 
12h00 Lunch 
 
14h00 Aur�lie N�v�ol, Lina Soualmia, Alexandrina Rogozan, Magaly
Douy�re, Beno�t Thirion, St�fan Darmoni (CISMeF, Rouen / PSI-CNRS /
U. Rouen)
Caract�risation des contenus de lEuro(tm)Internet en sant� : l'exemple
CISMeF (Characterisation of Health-related Internet content: the
CISMeF example)
 
14h30 Mathieu Valette (CRIM, Inalco)
Projet Princip : application de r�gles s�mantiques � la d�tection de
documents racistes sur Internet (The Princip project: application of
semantic rules to the detection of racists documents on the Internet)
 
15h00 Break 
 
15h30 Monika Nicinski, (CRIM, Inalco)
Typologie et description s�mantique des images utilis�es dans les
sites Internet racistes (Typology and semantic description of images
used in racist Web sites)
 
16h00 Fran�ois Rastier (CNRS - UMR 7114, Paris X - MoDyCo)
La s�miotique du document num�rique et son incidence sur les
traitements s�mantiques (The semiotics of electronic document and its
incidence on semantic processing)
 
16h30 Round table 
 
17h00 End of the Workshop 

Important : Le samedi, l'acc�s a l'ENST se fait par la rue Vergnaud
(de l'autre c�t� du p�t� de maison par rapport � la rue
Barrault). N'oubliez pas de vous munir du programme de la journ�e ; ce
programme vous sera demand� au poste de s�curit�.
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