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Wed Sep 28 2005

Confs: Computational Ling/Jeju Island, South Korea

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        1.    Alessandro Lenci, OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources


Message 1: OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources
Date: 23-Sep-2005
From: Alessandro Lenci <alessandro.lenciilc.cnr.it>
Subject: OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources



OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources
Short Title: OntoLex 2005


Date: 15-Oct-2005 - 15-Oct-2005
Location: Jeju Island, Korea, South
Contact: Alessandro Lenci
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.ilc.cnr.it/ontolex2005

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources

http://www.ilc.cnr.it/ontolex2005

IJCNLP-05 Workshop

October 15, 2005 Jeju Island, South Korea


OntoLex 2005 - Ontologies and Lexical Resources
IJCNLP-05 Workshop
October 15, 2005 Jeju Island, South Korea

Background and Goals

The new framework of Information Society fostered the growing of the HLT area and the project of turning the World Wide Web into a machine understandable resource to access digital information (the so-called Semantic Web), posing new challenges for integrated technologies. Lexicographers, lexical semanticists and ontologists are joining forces to build innovative systems for integrating ontological knowledge with lexical and semantic resources. Important examples of this interaction are the recent works on the conceptual analysis of WordNet, and the wide use of upper ontologies in innovative international projects like EuroWordNet, SIMPLE, Balkanet, DWDSnet, etc.

OntoLex 2005 will be the fourth workshop on Ontologies and Lexical Knowledge Bases, following OntoLex 2000, 2002, and 2004. In this workshop we want to discuss the relation between ontological knowledge and language. A special focus will be on the role of ontologies in multilingual language processing. This relation can be investigated from a number of different angles, for example:
- what differences and similarities there are between ontologies and more traditional lexical resources such as dictionaries and wordnets;
- how ontologies can be extracted from language corpora;
- what role language plays in the definition and mapping of ontologies;
- how to enrich semantic information in wordnets using formal tools;
- how ontologies can be used to treat language in language technology applications.
Ontologies and lexical resources can benefit from each other and converge into a unified framework where semantics is provided by formally rigorous ontological and lexical information.

OntoLex2005 Workshop Programme

8:30 - 9:00
Registration

9:00 - 9:10
Opening Remarks

9:10 -9:40
Experiments of Ontology Construction with Formal Concept Analysis
Sujian Li, Qin Lu, Wenjie Li

9:40 -10:10
Increasing Understanding: Interpreting Events of Change
Sergei Nirenburg , Marjorie McShane, Stephen Beale

10:10 -10:40
Interfacing Ontologies and Lexical Resources
Laurent Prevot, Stefano Borgo, Alessandro Oltramari

10:40 -11:00
Coffee Break

11:00 -11:30
The Omega Ontology
Andrew Philpot, Eduard Hovy, Patrick Pantel

11:30 -12:00
Hantology: An Ontology based on Conventionalized Conceptualization
Ya-Min Chou, Chu-Ren Huang

12:00 -12:15
Extended-HowNet- A Representational Framework for Concepts
Keh-Jiann Chen, Shu-Ling Huang, Yueh-Yin Shih, Yi-Jun Chen

12:15 -12:30
Computing Semantic Relatedness in German with Revised Information Content Metrics
Iryna Gurevych, Hendrik Niederlich

12:30 -14:00
Lunch Break

14:00 -14:30
Automatic Acquisition of Lexico-semantic knowledge for QA
Lonneke van der Plas , Gosse Bouma

14:30-14:45
Toward Medical Ontology using Natural Language Processing
Eiji Aramaki, Takeshi Imai, Masayo Kashiwagi, Masayuki Kajino, Kengo Miyo, Kazuhiko Ohe

14:45-15:00
From General Ontology to Specialized Ontology:A study based on a single author historical corpus
Ru-Yng Chang, Chu-Ren Huang, Feng-Ju Lo, Sueming Chang

15:00 -15:30
Coffee Break

15:30 -16:00
MANAGELEX and the Semantic Web
Monica Gavrila, Cristina Vertan

16:00 -16:30
Interaction of Context Descriptor and Ontology for Semantic Service Discovery in Ubiquitous environment
JunWon Kwak, UngMo Kim

16:30 -17:00
Closing

Registration Information

Participation is welcome and on-line registration is now open. The pre-registration deadline is August 20, while regular registration is open until September 22, 2005. On-line registration is highly recommended at the official website, http://afnlp.org/IJCNLP05/. If on-line registration is not available, please contact the secretariat at IJCNLP2005sejongconvention.com.

OntoLex 2005 is Workshop 5 for IJCNLP05. A registration to tutorials or workshops can be made without the registration to the main conference.

For information on accommodation, please refer to the website at http://www.afnlp.org/IJCNLP05/accommodation.html.

Organizing Committee
Chu-Ren Huang: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica - Taiwan (co-chair)
Alessandro Lenci: University of Pisa - Italy (co-chair)
Alessandro Oltramari: LOA-CNR- Italy (co-chair)

Program Committee
Paul Buitelaar: DFKI - Germany
Nicoletta Calzolari: ILC-CNR - Italy
Christiane Fellbaum: Princeton University - USA
Aldo Gangemi: LOA-CNR - Italy
Asanee Kawtrakul: KU - Thailand
Kiyong Lee: Korea University - Korea
Virach Sornlertlamvanich: NICT - Thailand
Takenobu Tokunaga: Tokyo Institute of Technology - Japan
Jun-Ichi Tsujii: University of Tokyo - Japan
Paola Velardi: University of Rome ''La Sapienza'' - Italy
Jonathan Webster: City University of Hong Kong - Hong Kong
Shiwen Yu: Peking University - China




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