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LINGUIST List 20.2976

Thu Sep 03 2009

Calls: Computational Linguistics, Semantics/Hong Kong

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        1.    Harry Bunt, 5th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation

Message 1: 5th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation
Date: 03-Sep-2009
From: Harry Bunt <harry.buntuvt.nl>
Subject: 5th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation
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Full Title: 5th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation
Short Title: ISA-5

Date: 15-Jan-2010 - 17-Jan-2010
Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Contact Person: Harry Bunt
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://sigsem.uvt.nl/isa5

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Semantics

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2009

Meeting Description:

Joint workshop of the ACL SIGSEM Working Group 'The Representation of Multimodal Semantic Information' and Working Group 2: 'Annotation and Representation Schemes' of the International Organization for Standardization ISO. The main focus of the workshop is on approaches, experiences, experiments, problems, and proposals concerning the construction or application of interoperable semantically annotated linguistic resources, including the following topics:

-Methodological aspects of semantic annotation
-Experiments in or with semantic annotation
-Semantic annotation and semantic interpretation
-Semantic annotation, ontologies, and inferencing
-The semantics of semantic annotations
-Issues in semantic annotation in specific domains:
-Temporal entities and relations
-Spatial entities and relations
-Communicative functions
-Semantic roles and predicate-argument structures
-Discourse relations
-Modification and quantification
-Integration of annotations across domains
-Best practices in semantic annotation
-Semantic annotation project reports
-Reports and comments on recent, current, and planned ISO projects on developing semantic annotation standards

The workshop is organized as a pre-conference event of the International Conference on Global Interoperability for Linguistic Resources ICGL-2010.

Call for Papers:

Two types of papers can be submitted:

-Long papers, maxmimally 8 pages (ACL style)
-Short papers, maximally 4 pages (ACL style)

Members of the project teams or advisory boards of the ISO projects 24617-1 and 24617-2 also have the possibility to submit commentaries of maximally 2 pages on the most recent versions of the documents describing these projects.

All submissions should be in the ACL format and should be submitted through the ICGl 2010 website for paper submission.

15 October: deadline for submission of full papers
5 November: deadline for submission of shortpapers

For details see http://sigsem.uvt.nl/isa5

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